[Zambian Watchdog] The Radio Phoenix " Let the people talk" this morning Tuesday 5th January 2016, featured Mr Likando Mufalali, Mr Antonio Mwanza, Mr Bwalya Lengwe and Fr Frank Bwalya. During the program Antonio Mwanza challenged Fr Bwalya about the l...
Posts published in “Day: January 5, 2016”
[Zambian Watchdog] Dr Vernon Mwaanga has expressed shock that President Lungu has declared a half day for civil servants to attend the signing of the Constitutional Bill at Heroes Stadium.
[Zambian Watchdog] Despite all the massive advertising and messages on mobile phone subscribers, expensive cards, ferrying cadres on buses, free beers, and declaring today a public holiday, etc Heroes Disaster Stadium has finally got a really historica...
[Zambia Reports] The opposition United Party for National Development and the ruling Patriotic Front have continued sizing each other over their chances in this year's general elections.
[Zambia Reports] The Constitution Amendment Bill will top the activity list this morning when President Edgar Lungu appends his signature to mark a milestone in the constitution making process in the country.
[Times of Zambia] Red Arrows rising star Lorita Mwango won the Zimbabwe Open chess tournament with an imposing 7.5 points out of the possible eight, with the only blemish in her run to the title coming in a last round draw against fellow Zambian Kabamb...
[Times of Zambia] Thirty-five Kafue residents arrested during riots yesterday appeared in a Kafue magistrate's court and pleaded not guilty to riotous behaviour.
[Times of Zambia] Fallways Timbers Limited Group of companies is set to start processing tomatoes at the fruit and vegetable processing unit in Livingstone.
[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu has declared today as a half working day for public service workers.
[Times of Zambia] The Uzbekistan duo of Boas Munyonga and Mathews Mpunza will lead Zambia's hunt for medals at the Africa Open Judo Championship slated for January 15 to 18 in Tunisia.
[Times of Zambia] The Immigration Department, in collaboration with the Zambia Police Service, has arrested 77 Ethiopians in Kabangwe area in Lusaka for unlawful entry and stay.
[Times of Zambia] Former Commerce, Trade and Industry Minister Felix Mutati has advised Government to slow down in the contraction of external debt this year.
[Times of Zambia] Various stakeholders have praised President Edgar Lungu's directive for Zesco to revert to the old electricity tariff structure and maintain power charges at affordable rates.
[Times of Zambia] The Zambia National Farmers Union (ZNFU) has urged farmers to diversify their crop production and select crop varieties which will be able to mature within the remaining wet months.
[Times of Zambia] Government and stakeholders have been urged to explore the tourism potential on Lake Tanganyika in Mpulungu District to positively contribute to the growth of the sector.
[Times of Zambia] The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has chosen to stay mute over a tiff involving Zesco United and the Chipolopolo technical bench over the sale of forward Winston Kalengo.
[Times of Zambia] The Zambia Cooperatives Federation (ZCF) has indicated that mealie-meal prices will reduce by 15 per cent this month once the cooperative starts buying maize from farmers.
[Times of Zambia] NKWAZI have said defender Derrick Mwansa is not going anywhere despite Zanaco registering him for the CAF 2016 Confederation Cup.
[Times of Zambia] A POLICE officer believed to have been drunk while on duty and fired a teargas canister at Chimwemwe Police Post in Kitwe has remained in detention as investigations against him are still on.
[Times of Zambia] Zambia Boxing Federation (ZBF) vice-president Kennedy Mubita has differed with his secretary general Caesar Musuku on the need to appear before the Sports Council (SCZ) this Thursday.