[New Times] Up to 20 Rwandans living in Zambia have approached the Rwandan High Commission in Lusaka for protection after reports suggested they are targets of xenophobic attacks.
Posts published in “Day: April 20, 2016”
[Times of Zambia] AGRICULTURE remains the key priority sector in the growth and poverty reduction agenda of Zambia as over 60 per cent of the population derives its livelihood from it.
[Times of Zambia] A SUSPECTED livestock disease has broken out in Lufwanyama District on the Copperbelt and over 18 cattle have since died in the area.
[Times of Zambia] FOOD Trade East and Southern Africa (FTESA) has launched a Soyabean Challenge Fund to grow the regional value chains.
[Times of Zambia] MARY Kabuswe (not real name) is an ex-convict.
[Times of Zambia] ANTELOPE Milling Company has plans to construct a shopping mall at the Kasumbalesa border in Chililabombwe to serve the growing population and create more jobs on the Copperbelt.
[The Herald] Foreign nationals, among them Zimbabweans, were forced to seek refuge at police stations in parts of the Zambian capital Lusaka following what was seen as an outbreak of afrophobic attacks on foreigners.
[Times of Zambia] BUSINESS research reveals that one of the greatest causes of corruption in the corporate sector is largely due to the ethical dilemma that some managers face.
[Times of Zambia] THE Development Bank of Zambia (DBZ) has been awarded an A+ rating by the Association of Africa Development Finance Institutions (AADFI) and Southern African Development Community (SADC) Finance Resources Centre (DFRC).
[Times of Zambia] THE return to multipartism in the early 1990s saw the dismantling of the government-run organisations like Superloaf, Zambia Steel and Building Supplies (ZSBS), United Bus Company of Zambia (UBZ) Zambia Consumer Buying Corporation (ZC...
[Times of Zambia] GOVERNMENT has said the emergency of the mega Free Trade Areas (FTAs) will impact on the multilateral trading systems implemented under the World Trade Organisation (WTO).
[East African] Lusaka -More than 200 people have been arrested in the Zambian capital Lusaka over protests against suspected ritual killings, a local radio reported.
[CAF] Mozambique and Zambia have qualified for the semis after a 4-4 draw in their Group A Day Three clash on Tuesday, rendering Tunisia's 7-1 drubbing of hosts South Africa for academic purpose.
[Times of Zambia] THE Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has said it received 368 reports of suspected cases of corruption in the first quarter of this year.
[Times of Zambia] PATRIOTIC Front (PF) Lusaka Central Constituency aspiring candidate Lewis Chizu has promised to initiate valuable skills training and entrepreneurship programmes to empower street vendors and persons with disabilities.
[Times of Zambia] THE Champions Royal Assembly Zambia has refuted claims from some sections of the media that Nigerian prophet Joshua Iginla is coming to Zambia for political reasons.