Press "Enter" to skip to content

Posts published in February 2016

Philandering Cop Loses Marriage

[Times of Zambia] A police officer in Ndola who started living with another woman without the consent of his wife has lost his marriage.

LWSC Kiosks to Give Water for Free

[Times of Zambia] The  Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company (LWSC) has suspended the selling of water at its communal taps and kiosks in five townships prone to cholera outbreaks.

Lawyer in Court for Duping Job Seekers

[Times of Zambia] A Lusaka lawyer has appeared in court and pleaded not guilty to swindling unsuspecting job seekers out of K80, 000 on pretext that he will find jobs for them in security wings.

‘Zambia Among Best Investment Destinations’

[Times of Zambia] Zambia is among African countries cited for guaranteed economic growth as major global conglomerates look to the continent as the most secure place for their investments.

Magistrate Urges Amendment of Witchcraft Act

[Times of Zambia] A magistrate in Livingstone has called for the amendment of the Witchcraft Act so that those practising witchcraft can be prosecuted in the courts of law.

Muthiya Slumps At Golf Tourney

[Times of Zambia] Madalisto Muthiya slumped on his final day of the Eye of Africa PGA Championship when he finished on par 72 and six-under-288 overall after managing three birdies, a bogey and double bogey.

Build Solid Capital Market

[Times of Zambia] In the course of last week, the country was yet again host to one of the eminent people in the world, the Lord Mayor of the City of London, Jeffrey Mountevans.

Zanaco to Face Harare City

[Times of Zambia] Juba and Ndola -Zambia's CAF Confederations Cup envoys Zanaco will face Harare City in the first round of the competition after the neighbours overcame AS Adame of Madagascar in the preliminary round.

Zambia Backs New FIFA President

[Times of Zambia] Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) president Kalusha Bwalya says Zambia will fully support newly-elected FIFA president Gianni Infantino.

Over 1,000 Access Loans

[Times of Zambia] More than 1,000 vendors and marketeers on the Copperbelt have accessed the presidential loan scheme aimed at improving their businesses.

Chess Ace Mwango Secures National Team Spot

[Times of Zambia] National women chess champion Lorita Mwango and two other players have confirmed their places in the 2016 Zambia chess team after steering clear of the pack at the ongoing 2016 national team selection tournament in Mansa.

Barotse ‘Rebel’ Nabbed

[Times of Zambia] A memeber of the Western Province-based group calling itself 'Newly-Formed Barotseland Liberation Army' has been arrested by police on grounds of attempting to cause political instability in the region.

Betty Keeps Culture of Hats Alive

[Times of Zambia] You probably first saw bubbly Betty Beenzu Bulongo Chilonde in a music video as part of the band Mu vi Posse.

Muna Singh Snr Wins Madmax Rally

[Times of Zambia] Forty-seven-year-old Muna Singh Snr yesterday won the season opening Madmax motor rally after an exhilarating race in the muddy terrains of the Chisamba farms.

Prospective Teachers Warned

[Times of Zambia] Government has cautioned prospective teachers not to be in a hurry to use underhand methods to get employment.

60,000 Farmers Insured

[Times of Zambia] More than 60,000 farming households are insured against drought and other adverse weather conditions in Zambia in the 2015/2016 farming season.

Study IMF Conditions, CSOs Advise

[Times of Zambia] Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have appealed to Government to be cautious as the country seeks assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

NRFA to Install Seven New Toll Gates

[Times of Zambia] The National Road Fund Agency (NRFA) will install seven new toll gates at selected gazetted toll points across the core road networks using the cost effective 'Booth and Boom' technology by June this year.