[News24Wire] Zambian opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema says the involvement of Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane in his own detainment helped highlight the plight his country is facing.
Posts published in “Day: August 31, 2017”
[Times of Zambia] State House said yesterday the standoff between Mopani Copper Mines (MCM) and Copperbelt Energy Corporation (CEC) over the revised electricity tariffs had been resolved, with the two firms reaching an agreement leading to the resumpti...
[Times of Zambia] A fire has swept through Ndola's biggest market, leaving precious little to salvage by the thousands of distraught traders who earn a living trading there mostly in foodstuffs, charcoal and second-hand clothes.
[Times of Zambia] First Lady Esther Lungu has said providing quality education at childhood level helps in bridging the gap between social-economic classes and accounts for quality living in adult life.
[Zambia Reports] With the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) banning the use of the newly refurbished Vodafone Woodlands Stadium journalist has punched holes in the decision.
[Zambia Reports] For months now Chipolopolo coach Wedson Nyirenda has been bombarded with demands that he features U-20 stars in any of the high profile games the senior national team plays. Nyirenda has preached caution but no one has seriously render...
[Zambia Reports] Economic Freedom Fighters president Chilufya Tayali has staged a lone protest against Inspector General of Police Kakoma Kanganja.
[Zambia Reports] Coach Wedson Nyirenda has welcomed the headache of having to select the starting eleven for Saturday's Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Algeria after a hundred percent turnout of players summoned to duty.
[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Lungu has helped put on ice the dispute between Mopani Copper Mines and the Copperbelt Energy Corporation by brokering a short term deal that will see power restored to the mining firm.
[Zambia Reports] The United Progressive Party has condemned the burning down of Kapalala Market in Ndola's Masala Township.
[Zambia Reports] One of the most controversial personalities in Zambian electioneering Priscilla Isaacs has parted ways with the Electoral Commission of Zambia following the expiry of her contract.
[Zambia Reports] Pay television fanatics may have been given a breather by MultiChoice Zambia that has announced price reductions.
[East African] Hundreds of traders are counting losses after a market was razed to the ground in Ndola, Zambia's second largest city.