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Posts published in “Day: February 9, 2016

M’membe Case Postponed

[MISA] The case of Fred M'membe, editor in chief of The Post and reporter Mukosha Funga in which they are charged with publishing classified information was adjourned to March, 2016.

Gladiators Prepare for Zambia Clash

[Namibian] Strikers ara Anstino of V Power Angels and Elina Uulumbu of Unam Bokkies are some of the news faces in contention for the Brave Gladiators team to play Zambia in the 2016 Caf Women Cup of Nations qualifier.

ECZ May Revise Election Fees

[Zambia Reports] The Electoral Commission of Zambia says there will be looking back on the newly announced nomination fees for candidates for the August 11 elections.

Bashi Nono’s Political Calculation

[Zambia Reports] It must be very hard walking in the shoes of one Robert Sichinga this time around. Even Sichinga himself may be surprised at the man he has become. There was always a sense that if you could bank on anyone to make the right political c...

Nevers Determined to Go Alone to PF

[Zambia Reports] Under fire opposition Movement for Multi Party Democracy leader Nevers Mumba says he is not letting up on the plans to forge an alliance with the ruling Patriotic Front going into the August 11 general elections.

Three Livingstone College Lecturers Walk to Freedom

[Zambia Reports] Incarcerated Livingstone Business and Trade Institution workers walked to freedom after having pleaded guilty to a charge of conduct likely to cause breach of peace.

Parley Re-Opens Today

[Zambia Reports] The fifth session of the 11th National Assembly re-opens today after having adjourned sine die last year.

8 Nipa Students Get Stiff Bail Conditions

[Zambia Reports] Eight arrested National Institute of Public Administration students found themselves in deeper trouble after having granted tougher bail conditions requiring each of them to pay K10, 000 with two working sureties.

Unza, CBU to Remain Shut, Says Kaingu

[Zambia Reports] Higher Education Minister Michael Kaingu has poured cold water on whatever little hope University of Zambia and Copperbelt University students may have had of a speedy re-opening of the two public institutions.

Bridge Collapse Cuts Off Matanda Chiefdom

[Times of Zambia] Mansa -About 20,000 people in Chief Matanda's area in Mansa District have been cut off from the rest of the area after Mupanda and Lweba bridges collapsed following heavy rains.

Mealie-Meal Shortages Blamed On Smuggling

[News24Wire] A critical mealie-meal shortage has hit the Chipata District of Zambia, as reports indicate that the commodity is being smuggled into neighbouring countries.

Many Invited for Nc’wala Ceremony

[Times of Zambia] Over 50 traditional leaders have been invited to this year's Nc'wala traditional ceremony of the Ngoni people in Eastern Province.

AGOA-U.S Exports Swell to U.S.$17 Billion

[Times of Zambia] Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) exports to America under the African Growth Opportunity Act (AGOA) has amounted to US$17 billion.

Traditional Leaders’ Role Vital

[Times of Zambia] We hail Government's assurance to traditional leaders that it will continue to support the preservation of tradition and culture in all chiefdoms in the country.

EFZ Condemns Student Riots

[Times of Zambia] The Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (EFZ) has called for stiffer punishment on riotous students in order to bring sanity at higher learning institutions.

Nakonde Agents Bemoan Reduced Clearing Jobs

[Times of Zambia] Importation of second hand vehicles from Japan through Nakonde border in Muchinga Province has reduced by 65 per cent due to an increase in clearing duty tariffs and the instability of the exchange rate.

Zambia’s Stability Attractive

[Times of Zambia] A Zambian diplomat Anthony Mukwita, has said Zambia's unique reputation as an investment destination and a politically stable country has inspired more foreign investors and donor community support.