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Posts published in “Day: May 29, 2016

Secret Adoptions – the Case of Zambia’s 2016 Polls

[Zambia Reports] With nominations set for Tuesday, Zambia's leading political parties - the ruling PF and UPND - have kept their lists of adopted candidates a secret. There has been no official names announced to contest parliamentarian, civic and mayo...

10 Parties Pay Nomination Fees

[Times of Zambia] TEN political parties have successfully paid their presidential nomination fees either in full or partly in readiness for the August 11 general elections.

Jassy Singh Announces Return

[Times of Zambia] FORMER Africa Rally champion Jassy Singh announced his return to the African rally stage by taking the first day lead in the 2016 Zambia international motor rally, which also counts towards the Africa Rally Championship (ARC).

Zanaco Dent Nkana

[Times of Zambia] A STUTTERING Zanaco yesterday cut Nkana's lead at the top of the MTN-FAZ premier table to just one point, for at least 24 hours, after this straightforward win over inconsistent Lusaka rivals, Red Arrows.

Prominent Artiste Tsean Launches Underprivileged Children Project

[Times of Zambia] Celebrated artiste Tsean, who is also known as Baila, has finally launched the Daddy Cares Initiative (DCI) project aimed at promoting the well-being of children in society, with focus on the underprivileged.

Plot Offers to Ex-Miners Good

[Times of Zambia] WE hail the humanitarian decision by President Edgar Lungu to issue offer letters for residential plots to a record 1,600 former miners in Luanshya to enable them build houses to cushion them against the impact of retrenchment.

Take Last Chance Preps, Boxers Urged

[Times of Zambia] THE National Olympics Committee (NOC) has called on Zambian boxers in Baku, Azerbaijan, to take preparations for the Olympics qualifier seriously as the nation was expecting a lot from them.

Runners’ Coach Upbeat On 2016 Olympics

[Times of Zambia] NATIONAL athletics coach Douglas Kalembo has remained optimistic that his runners will make the 2016 Olympics despite several failed attempts to qualify them to the Summer Games set for the Brazilian capital, Rio de Janeiro.

I Paid for ‘Magical Powers’ – Pastor

[Times of Zambia] A LUSAKA clergyman has made a shocking revelation of how he paid more than US$1,000 to acquire magical powers to enable him pull crowds, make prophecies and perform miracles in Church.

Willz Counsels Politicians

[Times of Zambia] A renowned music artiste has called on political party cadres to emulate their spirit of love and unity despite belonging to different political parties with divergent views.

Rugby Team Regroups

[Times of Zambia] THE Zambia men's 15s rugby team is today expected to report for the residential camp in Lusaka to start preparations for the Africa Rugby (AR) qualifying tournament to be held in Madagascar next month.

Copperbelt University Comets Crash Out

[Times of Zambia] COPPERBELT University (CBU) Comets defeated Fairview Falcons 48-43 but crashed out of the Copperbelt Basketball Association season open championship.

Ex-Miners in Plots Galore

[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has authourised the issuance of offer letters for residential plots to 1,600 former miners in Luanshya to enable them build houses to cushion them against the impact of retrenchment.

Nakambala Karate Open Deferred

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA's participation in the Zone Six Karate championship has forced the Nakambala Karate Open championship, which was scheduled for this weekend in Mazabuka, to be deferred to next month.