[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Lusaka -As electricity becomes more costly, more families may turn to firewood and charcoal for heating and cooking, critics fear
Posts published in “Day: June 13, 2017”
[Times of Zambia] The General Nursing Council has upgraded Choma's Macha School of Nursing to a Registered School of Nursing.
[Times of Zambia] The Forum for Democracy and Development (FDD) has slammed opposition political party leaders that have called for the withdrawal of donor support because of the incarceration of United Party for National Development (UPND) president H...
[Times of Zambia] The Government has said it is concerned with the alarming cases of child labour in the country which, according to the 2014 labour statistics, indicate that more than 500,000 children are child workers.
[Times of Zambia] All is set for the resumption of the First Session of the 12th National Assembly today, which adjourned sine die on March 28 this year.
[Times of Zambia] The Food Reserve Agency (FRA) has offloaded 40,000 bags of maize to Nakonde Milling to help increase the production of mealie meal.
[Times of Zambia] British American Tobacco Zambia (BATZ) expects to post a K4.8-million loss before tax for this half-year period because of the 400 per cent exercise slapped on cigarette importation.
[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu has appointed Cecilia Mbewe as acting Clerk of the National Assembly of Zambia.
[Zambia Reports] A wrangle has erupted at City of Lusaka over a lease agreement signed by the executive committee and a Lusaka-based businessman.
[Zambia Reports] The Zambia national team will be back in action this evening in a match against South Africa at the Moruleng Stadium in North West Province.
[Zambia Reports] The fifth session of the 12th National Assembly opens today with the focus on whether the opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) Members of Parliament will turn up or not.
[Zambia Reports] Incarcerated UPND president Hakainde Hichilema is fighting his treason detention on two fronts in the High Court and Constitutional Court.
[Zambia Reports] Hundreds of workers engaged by Flourishing Construction of South Africa in Chiengi have gone for two years without receiving their salaries.