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Posts published in “Day: May 3, 2016

Let’s Unite, Defend Press Freedom

[Times of Zambia] Today the media fraternity globally celebrates the 2016 World Press Freedom Day under the theme: 'Access to Information and Fundamental Freedoms - This Is Your Right!'

Forest Fire Coaches

[Times of Zambia] Forest rangers have parted ways with their beleaguered coach Simonda Kaunda and his first assistant Israel Mwanza after a poor start to the FAZ-MTN Super League.

Employers Challenge Varsities

[Times of Zambia] The Zambia Federation of Employers (ZFE) has challenged higher institutions of learning to remain responsible at all times and be models for the society through engaging in dialogue whenever aggrieved.

Tanzania, Zambia One Stop Border Post Underway

[Times of Zambia] Zambia and Tanzania will harmonise guidelines for the effective implementation of the One Stop Border Post (OSBP) by June this year.

‘Hakainde Hichilema Wrong On Retirement Age’

[Times of Zambia] The Patriotic Front (PF) has observed with regret statements issued by Untied Party for National Development (UPND) president Hakainde Hichilema over the retirement age and social security policy for workers.

PF Salutes Media Professionalism

[Times of Zambia] The Patriotic Front (PF) has saluted the media fraternity for diligently executing their duty in a professional manner.

Mwamba Cautions Politicians

[Times of Zambia] Zambia's High Commissioner to South Africa, Emmanuel Mwamba has urged politicians to make responsible comments over the printing of ballot papers for this year's general elections to avoid damaging the reputation of the Electoral Comm...

‘Mighty’ Woes Continue

[Times of Zambia] Shinde Stadium -Zanaco moved up to fourth position after a hard fought 2-1 away win to embattled Mufulira Wanderers who played most of the second half with a man down.

New Mongu-Kalabo Road to Spur West Growth

[Times of Zambia] The newly completed Mongu- Kalabo Road will soon change the economic trajectory of Western Province for the better, National Association for Small and Medium Contractors (NASMC) has observed.

21 Players Report for Chipolopolo Camp

[Times of Zambia] Locally based Chipolopolo players yesterday resumed training with only four from the 25 that were called missing from camp.

Copperbelt Maize Bran Prices Go Up

[Times of Zambia] Small scale millers on the Copperbelt have increased prices of maize bran by over 100 per cent due to the increased cost of production.

Ruling Party Warns Former Vice President

[Times of Zambia] Patriotic Front (PF) youths have challenged former vice-president Guy Scott to resign from the party on moral grounds instead of constantly issuing attacks on President Edgar Lungu.

Beware of Tribal Politicians, Voters Warned

[Times of Zambia] The Zambia Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) in Central Province has urged the electorate to be wary of politicians who want to win elections by fueling tribal divisions.

LAZ Nods Constitutional Court

[Times of Zambia] The Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) has said that the establishment of a Constitutional Court has enhanced the protection of human rights in Zambia.

NTEs Products Deal Clinched

[Times of Zambia] Zambia has struck deals worth US$140,000 at the just ended Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) which will boost the Non-Traditional Export (NTEs) products.

Jere Wins SA Chess Tourney

[Times of Zambia] Daniel Jere has been crowned the 2016 Capablanca IM Norm champion after finishing with 6.5 points after nine rounds in the just ended championship in South Africa.

Lungu Puts Trust in Church

[Times of Zambia] What comes to the fore when President Edgar Lungu urges the church to provide spiritual guidance in the wake of ritual killings and the recent deaths recorded from road traffic accidents in the country is that the Church has been bett...

Church Gives Out Loans

[Times of Zambia] International Ministers' Fellowship and Affiliated Churches (IMFAC) has disbursed loans worth K150,000 to about 300 vulnerable people to help them run business ventures and subsequently reduce household poverty.