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Posts published in “Day: April 22, 2016

Lusaka Mayhem Victims Reject Transfer to Refugee Camps

[East African] The displaced victims of Zambia's two-day protests and looting in the capital Lusaka have rejected government decision to relocate them to refugee camps, local media reported.

Notorious Fugitive Re-Arrested in Zambia

[New Era] Notorious fugitive Nine Masule, who has been on the run for six months following his escape from custody in October last year, has been arrested reportedly in Zambia.

Rwandan Envoy Reassures On Zambia Situation

[New Times] Current signs are that the situation is under control in the Zambian capital Lusaka, Abel Buhungu, the Charge d'Affaires at the Rwandan High Commission in Zambia, said in a statement.

Andersen On Course in Zambia Open

[Nation] Kenyan professional Stefan Andersen shot level par 73 at the Lusaka Golf Club course, to keep his hopes of making the second round cut very much alive in this year's Zambia Sugar Open.

Zambia Foreign Affairs Official Opens Consulate in Mongu

[ANGOP] Lusaka -The Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Mirex), Eduardo de Jesus Beny, has inaugurated Wednesday, the new Consulate of Angola in Mongu, Zambia's Western Province.

Cassper Nyovest Graces Day of Thunder

[Times of Zambia] South African hip hop wonder boy Cassper Nyovest is expected to be the headline act at the 2016 Mosi Day of Thunder to be held in Livingstone on April 30.

Muthiya, Moore Open On Good Note

[Times of Zambia] Madalitso Muthiya and Dayne Moore started the 2016 Zambia Sugar Open golf championship on a bright note with both finishing Day-One on three-under-70.

Zambia to Remain Beacon of Peace, Safety

[Times of Zambia] The Government has said that Zambia will continue to be a safe country for foreigners because it is a peace-loving and God-fearing nation.

UK Envoy Hails Zambia for Peace

[Times of Zambia] Britain has congratulated Zambia over her historical status of being a peaceful nation and the continued contribution of peacekeepers to war-torn countries.

Deployment of Soldiers

[Times of Zambia] The American saying that states that when the going gets tough, the tough get going should apply now since the disorderliness in Zambia calls for harsh measures.

Lungu Apologises to Foreigners Affected By Riots

[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu has apologised to the foreign nationals for the shameful act perpetuated by some criminally-minded Zambians who ran amok ransacking their houses and shops in various townships in Lusaka.

Kalabo Gets Dredger to Clear Canals

[Times of Zambia] Kalabo -Government has handed over a dredger to Kalabo district in Western Province to clear canals and ease transportation, District Commissioner, Fridah Luhila has said.

Curb Attacks On Foreigners, Govt Told

[Times of Zambia] The Tourism Council of Zambia (TCZ) has urged Government to come up with long-term measures that are going to stop the attacks on foreign nationals to safeguard Zambia's tourism.

‘ECZ Yet to Select Ballot Paper Printer’

[Times of Zambia] Speaker of the National Assembly Patrick Matibini has called for patience to allow the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) to complete its process of selecting a company to print ballot papers for the August 11 general elections.

Rastafarians Unite for Marley Memorial

[Times of Zambia] He was a distinctive songwriter and his music continues to resonate with audiences worldwide till this day.

Accident Victims’ Families Grateful

[Times of Zambia] Families and church members of the Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement (SDARM) have praised the Government and in particular President Edgar Lungu for having come to their aid in covering funeral expenses of their beloved ones who died in a road traffic accident recently.

UPND’s Desperation for Power Breeds Disunity

[Times of Zambia] It is sad to note that some opposition politicians in the United Party for National Development (UPND) have continued using the tribal card to destroy what founding fathers like Dr Kenneth Kaunda toiled for.

State to Create Railway, Maritime Agencies

[Times of Zambia] Government is in the process of creating the Railway Safety Agency and the Maritime Safety Agency in the country.

Guard Gruesomely Killed

[Times of Zambia] A forty-seven-year-old security guard at Buchi Company in Ndola has been murdered and partially buried by suspected criminals who attempted to steal from the warehouse.