[Times of Zambia] Tourism Intelligence International, a reputable organisation based in Germany and Trinidad, has pledged to partner with the Government to raise the profile of Zambia's tourism sector on the world map.
Posts published in “Day: December 5, 2017”
[Times of Zambia] Murder accused Keith Mukata, who is Chilanga Member of Parliament (MP), has asked the Lusaka High Court to cite online media houses, on allegedly run by the United Party for National Development (UPND), for contempt for publishing wha...
[Times of Zambia] Government has printed 50,000 Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conversation Area (KAZA) Uniform Visas for foreign visitors into Zambia and Zimbabwe.
[Times of Zambia] National football team coach Wedson Nyirenda says there will be no off-season rest for players that will be participating in the African Nations Championship (CHAN) tournament starting next month in Morocco.
[Times of Zambia] The Patriotic Front (PF) in Southern Province has condemned the petrol-bombing of Senior Chief Mweemba and his three relatives while asleep at his palace in Kanyemba Village in Sinazongwe District.
[Times of Zambia] Two clubs from South Africa and United Kingdom are looking to sign three Zambia rugby 7s players after recent impressive outings.
[Times of Zambia] The National Pension Scheme Authority (NAPSA) has prosecuted more than 200 firms and organisations in Kitwe this year due to noncompliance with employee pension remittances.
[UN News] With millions displaced within the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and thousands more forced to flee across the border into Zambia, the United Nations refugee agency is appealing for urgent resources to make sure that relief programmes...
[Times of Zambia] Chiengi -As thousands more flee violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Zambia is now facing a growing humanitarian crisis.
[Times of Zambia] Law enforcement agencies must swiftly investigate revelations of more than US$1 billion suspicious transactions revealed by the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC), said Victor Nyasulu, Chief Executive Officer of Mulenji Chartered Glo...
[Times of Zambia] The Centre for Trade Policy and Development (CTPD) has welcomed Government's intention to lift the ban on movement of trucks at night, stating this will enhance economic activity in the country.