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Posts published in “Day: December 8, 2017

Up Close With Lusaka Deputy Mayor

[Times of Zambia] HRDWORK, discipline and being independent is very critical for every woman, especially those holding decision making positions, Lusaka Deputy Mayor Chilando Chitangala has said.

Under-20 Seek Win

[Times of Zambia] THE Zambia Under-20 football team will today seek to restore their COSAFA title defence when they take on Malawi at the Arthur Davis Stadium in the teams' second Group A match kicking off at 17:30 hours.

Boxer Muwowo Looks to Muhammad

[Times of Zambia] SEEMINGLY following the footsteps of boxing icon Mohamed Ali, Zambian boxing sensation Alfred Muwowo has changed his name to Ibrahim Muhammad.

Zim Draw Cosafa Opener

[Times of Zambia] ZIMBABWE coach Bekithemba Ndlovu was left disappointed with a scoreless draw against Lesotho in Group B of the COSAFA under-20championship in Kitwe.

World Bank Gives Borrowing Lessons

[Times of Zambia] THE World Bank has advised Zambia to implement a well crafted strategy to reduce the cost of borrowing, extend the terms and diversify the sources of debt funding.

Pastor Lops Off Man’s Arm

[Times of Zambia] POLICE in Mansa have apprehended a pastor of the Pentecostal Holiness Church for cutting off the arm of a man he suspected was having an affair with his wife.

‘Imf Bailout or Not, Zambia Must Stick to Reforms’

[Times of Zambia] FINLAND has urged the Zambian Government to stick to its self-prescribed and positive economic reforms regardless of the outcome of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) deal.

Could President Lungu Be Quietly Mending Fences?

[Zambia Reports] In the last few months President Edgar Lungu has been mobilizing personalities that opposed him within the ruling Patriotic Front. Political heavies within the PF that had fallen out have seemingly been brought closer with diplomatic p...

Zimbabwe, Zambia Strike US$115m Power Debt Deal

[Financial Gazette] AFTER almost a year of complex negotiations, Zimbabwe has finally struck a deal with Zambia on payment modalities for a US$114,8 million interest on the federation-era debt that Lusaka is owed by its southern neighbour.