[Times of Zambia] THE Eastern Fodya Association of Zambia (EFAZ) has urged the Government and experts to assist tobacco farmers with information on the type required by the local and international markets.
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[Times of Zambia] THE nine Zambian athletes who took part in the Confederation of African Athletics (CAA) Senior Challenge in South Africa have complained over unpaid allowances while in Durban.
[Zambia Reports] The aspiring candidate for the position of Executive Mayor for Lusaka, Fisho Mwale, says he will create a complaints board to deal with issues of corruption and transparency in the city.
[Times of Zambia] MORE than 500 local and foreign exhibitors are expected at this year's Zambia International Trade Fair (ZITF) which opens its gates to the public in Ndola today.
[Times of Zambia] POLICE in Kabwe have arrested United Party for National Development (UPND) parliamentary candidate for Bwacha Constituency, Saidi Chibwana, and two other cadres in connection with the political violence which occurred last week.
[Times of Zambia] "I LOVED my wife such that I could not have shot her dead as alleged," Lusaka lawyer Paul Pandala Banda yesterday told the Lusaka High Court when he opened his defence.
[Zambia Reports] Patriotic Front Chalimbana Ward Mobilization Coordinator in Chongwe constituency Paul Longwani has been brutally murdered in a case of suspected political violence.
[Zambia Reports] The Zambia Police Service has denied reports that its officers beat-up Post Newspapers Editor-in-Chief Fred M'membe, his wife Mutinta and deputy managing editor Joseph Mwenda when the trio was arrested for trespassing on Tuesday morning.
[Zambia Reports] Aspiring Lusaka Executive Mayor (Independent) Fisho Mwale yesterday led his team to donate blood at the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka.
[Zambia Reports] THE decision by Britain to leave the European Union will not affect Zambia's relationship with its ex-colonial masters, says Fergus Cochrane-Dyet.
[Zambia Reports] The Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) says government should not entertain the suggestion by the World Bank to remove subsidies on fuel and electricity.
[Daily News] Dodoma -The government has set aside 11.6bn/- for construction of the 50-kilometre Matai-Kasesya road which is a major highway that links Tanzania to Zambia.