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Posts published in “Day: August 8, 2017

Yaluma Assures Efforts to Guard Against Capital Flight

[Times of Zambia] Mines and Minerals Development Minister Christopher Yaluma has assured that the Government is making frantic efforts to guard against capital flight and ensure that value is added to copper before it is exported.

Lungu’s Leadership Gets Thumbs Up

[Times of Zambia] The Commonwealth has applauded President Edgar Lungu's leadership in promoting equality in Zambia and girl child education and asked him to provide the similar leadership to other Commonwealth countries.

Pastor Arrested for Murder

[Times of Zambia] A Lusaka pastor has been detained by police over allegations that he beat his stepson and nephew to death.

Times Wins Best Commercial, Media Awards

[Times of Zambia] Times Printpak Zambia Limited, the publishers of Times of Zambia and the Sunday Times of Zambia scooped Best Commercial and Best Media awards at the just-ended 91st Agriculture and Commercial Show.

‘Men of God’ Engaging in Crime

[Times of Zambia] Stories of some clergymen being involved in immoral and unethical activities are no longer a unique or strange feature in Zambia.

Probe 16-Year-Old’s Death, Envoy Tells UK Police

[Times of Zambia] Zambia's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (UK) Muyeba Chikonde has appealed to UK police authorities to bring to book a masked gang of boys who ambushed and stabbed to death a 16-year-old Zambian Joshua Bwalya.

Local Firms Impress in Zambia

[The Herald] ZimTrade, the country's national trade development and promotion body, led a delegation of twelve local companies to the just ended Zambia Agricultural and Commercial Show in Lusaka.

Fuel to Cost Less

[Times of Zambia] The Energy Regulation Board (ERB) has reduced the fuel retail and wholesale prices, with petrol now pegged at K11.67 and diesel at K9.87 per litre effective midnight.