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Posts published in “Day: January 22, 2016

New Ministry Operational – – Veep

[Times of Zambia] Vice-President Inonge Wina has said the newly-created ministry of National Development Planning is now operational and has embarked on a new focus to diversify the economy under a transformative agenda.

AUSC Honours Kashiba

[Times of Zambia] The African Union Sports Council (AUSC) has honoured former general secretary Sonstone Kashiba for his contribution to the development of sport in the region.

Youth Resettlement Schemes Coming

[Times of Zambia] Government has embarked on a project to empower young people with land by setting up resettlement schemes for them to engage in agricultural activities countrywide.

Injuries Hit Cranes

[Times of Zambia] Rubavu -Zambia's next opponents in the crucial African Nations Championship (CHAN) Group D game, Uganda, have been hit with injuries on key players and are likely to miss their must-win clash billed for tomorrow to stay in the competi...

Just Like That?

[Times of Zambia] So, my British coach Irfan Kawri is not in Rwanda.

‘Chansa Eligible for CHAN’

[Times of Zambia] in Rubavu -The Chipolopolo camp has laughed off rumours suggesting that midfielder Isaac Chansa is ineligible to play at the ongoing 2016 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) tournament here.

Mwanachingwala Appeals for Help

[Times of Zambia] Chief Mwanachingwala of the Tonga people in Mazabuka, Southern Province, has been unwell for the last two years and is appealing for finances to seek specialist treatment.

SCZ Act Worries Sports Minister

[Times of Zambia] Sports Minister Vincent Mwale says there is need to amend the Sports Council of Zambia (SCZ) Act to restore sanity to the running of sports in the country.

Dec Nabs Man Over Fake $9,900 Notes

[Times of Zambia] The Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) has arrested a man of Mtendere Township in Lusaka for allegedly being found with US$9,900 counterfeit notes, equivalent to around K100, 000.

Miles’ Resignation Ill-Timed

[Times of Zambia] Whichever way people look at Matero Member of Parliament Miles Sampa's move to resign from the ruling Patriotic Front (PF), the fact is that it is ill-timed, especially that there are only four months before Parliament is dissolved to...

Driver Strike Fuels Crisis in Zambia

[Zambia Reports] A driver strike induced fuel crisis has persisted in Lusaka following the grounding of trucks.

I’m the Front-Runner, Claims Nawakwi

[Zambia Reports] Edith Nawakwi may have rumbled something that even her does not believe that the Forum for Democracy and Development is the front-runner in the August 11 general elections.

ZRA Goes Online, Eyes Higher Collections

[Times of Zambia] THE Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) is optimistic about meeting a higher revenue collection target in 2016 and has established an e-connectivity to boost its operations.

Katete Coops Get Solar Grinding Mills

[Times of Zambia] THE Government, through the Zambia Cooperative Federation (ZCF), will give solar-powered grinding mills to 17 approved cooperative societies in Katete District in Eastern Province.

Wezi Reinvents Herself

[Times of Zambia] MUSICIAN Wezi is this monthend unleashing her debut gospel album titled Uhai Ep.

Vitenge Nivatu to Show Off Collection

[Times of Zambia] VITENGE Nivatu clothing line is set to showcase its latest collection at an extravagant fashion show to be held at Alliance Francaise next month.

Japan Moves to Empower Young Zambian Women

[Times of Zambia] Female youths are evidently the most vulnerable in society as they are often exposed to gender-based violence, early pregnancy and high school dropout.

‘Decentralise E-Voucher System’

[Times of Zambia] THE Policy Monitoring and Research Centre (PMRC) has urged the Government to encourage banks currently administering the e-voucher system to decentralise the activation of cards.