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Posts published in “Day: June 23, 2016

Tazara CEO Calls Customer – Centric Model

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Managing Director of the Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA), Mr Bruno Ching'andu has laid out his vision to the employees, calling on every worker to be customer-centric in order to turn the Authority into the best ...

Namibia to Face Zambia in Plate Final

[New Era] Windhoek -Three second-half strikes from Itamanua Keimuine, Deon Hotto and Hendrik Somaeb were enough for Namibia to bury Mozambique 3-0 during their 2016 Cosafa Castle Cup Plate semifinal tie on Tuesday night at Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek.

Girls Speak Out Against Child Marriage

[HRW] Elizabeth is a vivacious secondary school student at Lusaka Girls School in Zambia. She has an infectious smile, but when she recounts what happened to one of her relatives her grin vanishes. Her relative "Alice" was married aged about 15, after ...

President Lungu Dates Rufunsa

[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Lungu this morning will go back to the campaign front when he touches Rufunsa on his continued introduction of ruling party candidates.

Zambia Looks to World Cup Draw

[Zambia Reports] With World Cup draws on the cards in the African zone 24 hours from now in Cairo there is need to put the case for a foreign coach a lot more strongly before the government.

Lubinda Confident of Scooping Kabwata With Ease

[Zambia Reports] Long-serving Kabwata Member of Parliament Given Lubinda has delivered a perfect response to those alleging that he has overstayed in parliament pointing to the fact that he has always been overwhelmingly retained by his constituents.

HH to Tolerate Other Faiths

[Times of Zambia] UNITED Party for National Development (UPND) leader Hakainde Hichilema has said he has been a believer in the Christian faith since childhood.

Zesco Go Second

[Times of Zambia] MIDFIELDER CLETUS Chama Chota scored for Zesco United before he saw red as his side compounded Lusaka Dynamos relegation woes to move second on the MTN-FAZ Super League on goal difference over Nkana.

Girl (4) Burnt to Death

[Times of Zambia] A FOUR-YEAR-OLD girl of Isoka District in Muchinga Province has accidentally been burnt to death by her friends while playing in a maize field with her friends.

New Railway Line On Cards

[Financial Gazette] TRANSPORT and Infrastructural Development Minister, Joram Gumbo, has revealed that government is carrying out a feasibility study for the construction of a new railway line linking Harare and the Zambian capital, Lusaka.

Chingola-Solwezi Road Works Cheer N/W Elders

[Times of Zambia] THE North Western Development Council of Elders has expressed satisfaction with Government's commitment to construct and complete the Chingola -Solwezi Road.

Phiri Storms CAA Semi-Final

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIAN medal hopeful Gerald Phiri and two others stormed the 100 m semi-finals at the on-going Confederation of African (CAA) Athletics senior challenge in Durban, South Africa.

Zambia Set Up Namibia Plate Final

[Times of Zambia] CHIPOLOPOLO assistant coach Aggrey Chiyangi has praised the player's mentality after beating Lesotho 3-2 to set up a COSAFA Castle Cup Plate final against hosts Namibia tomorrow.

Cosafa Chief Doesn’t See Team Making World Cup Finals

[Times of Zambia] WITH the final round of draws for the Russia 2018 World Cup qualifiers set for tomorrow, Council for Southern African Football Association (COSAFA) president Sekutu Patel does not see a team from the region making the finals.

‘UPND Not Serious’

[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has said the United Party for National Development (UPND) leadership is uncoordinated owing to the inconsistent messages it has been issuing in the ongoing campaigns ahead of the August 11 general elections.

Lunga Beat Takers

[Times of Zambia] CHAMPIONS Lunga Bullets sent a strong warning to their rivals after starting their Copperbelt Basketball Association (CBA) title defence from where they left off last season after beating new comers Ndola Takers.

Govt Shuts Down Independent Newspaper Ahead of Elections

[Deutsche Welle] Zambian authorities have called on the newspaper to pay millions of dollars in back taxes. But Amnesty International slammed the move, saying it "threatens the right to freedom of expression."

Govt to Hire 2,000 Health Workers

[Times of Zambia] THE Ministry of Health has been given Treasury authority to employ close to 2,000 health workers across the country.