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Posts published in “Day: March 10, 2016

Emmanuel Mwamba Fends Off Critics of His Parley Ambition

[Zambia Reports] Zambian High Commissioner to South Africa Emmanuel Mwamba is working hard to fend off critics of his parliamentary ambitions who want him to resign after applying for the Matero Constituency seat on the PF ticket.

Nevers Mumba Ready to Meet RB

[Zambia Reports] Movement for Multi-Party Democracy (MMD) President Dr. Nevers Sekwila Mumba has said he has been more than ready and willing to reconcile with fourth Republican President Mr. Rupiah Banda for a long time and has made efforts in the pas...

Matibini Gives Mweetwa a Lecture on Legal Issues

[Zambia Reports] Speaker of the National Assembly Patrick Matibini handed Choma Central Member of Parliament Cornelius Mweetwa a law lesson in the house when the latter claimed that his Itezhi Tezhi counterpart Greyford Monde was out of order to be in ...

IDC Attracts U.S.$2 Million Grant

[Times of Zambia] The United State (US) government will provide a grant of US$2 million to support the scaling solar programme in Zambia.

Tax Men in Court for Office Abuse

[Times of Zambia] Two Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) employees have been dragged to court for alleged corrupt practices and abuse of authority of office.

Rise in Copper Prices Gives Zambia Hope

[Times of Zambia] THE recent rise in copper prices on the international market has raised a new ray of hope in Africa's largest copper producer, Zambia.

Nkwazi Set Limit Above Sky

[Times of Zambia] Having established themselves as title challengers last season, Nkwazi had a good run last year finishing sixth on the MTN-FAZ Super League table, a feat the 'Policemen' want to beat this year by aiming for the title itself.

Lusaka Dry Port Tender Process Nearly Done

[Times of Zambia] The Lusaka South Multi-Facility Economic Zone (LS-MFEZ) will soon complete the tender procedures for the establishment of a dry port in the zone.

ZRA to Discard Seized Mealie-Meal

[Times of Zambia] The Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) is set to dispose of 56 bags of mealie-meal which were confiscated from traders who had no export permits at Victoria Falls border in Livingstone.

Chief Sailung’a Hails Lungu, Assures Calm Ahead of Polls

[Times of Zambia] SENIOR chief Sailung'a of the Lunda-speaking people of Mwinilunga District in North-Western Province has urged his subjects and the entire province to rally behind the leadership of President Edgar Lungu.

Minister Warns Graft-Tainted Councils

[Times of Zambia] TASKFORCE on illegal land allocations chairperson Panji Kaunda has said his team will probe and help clean up all councils involved in corrupt practices.

Two Firms Eye Oil Pipeline

[Times of Zambia] Two Mozambican firms have expressed interest to build an oil pipeline from Mozambique to Zambia.

Farmers Shun Pineapple Growing

[Times of Zambia] Mupuseni -MWINILUNGA in North-Western Province risks losing its status as the main pineapple-producing district in Zambia because many growers are now shunning the growing of the fruit due to lack of market.

Value of Payslips

[Times of Zambia] Last week I received a letter from a reader who sought to know the importance of receiving a payslip every month.

Role of Public in Community Policing

[Times of Zambia] The Zambia Police Service has made strides in curbing crime, and this is partly because of community involvement in crime prevention and management.