[Times of Zambia] THE Government projects increased revenue collection through taxes from the mines because of the rising copper prices on the international market.
Posts published in “Day: January 5, 2018”
[Times of Zambia] THE Government has shut down three Hungry Lion outlets and one Pick n Pay store in a bid to clamp down on cholera.
[Times of Zambia] WHO is so deaf to hear the bells of investment ringing in Zambia?
[Times of Zambia] THE Kabwe Municipal Council (KMC), Lukanga Water and Sewerage Company (LgWSC) and the Ministry of Health have always worked towards bettering the lives of citizens in Kabwe by ensuring that the public is safe from waterborne diseases ...
[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA'S major towns are awash with illegal markets which are not only an eyesore but a breeding ground for waterborne diseases such as cholera and typhoid.
[Times of Zambia] "The labour of childbirth is known to the mother," goes one African proverb, although another says, "It takes the whole village to raise the child."
[Zambia Reports] UPND president Hakainde Hichilema has announced the party will oblige by instructions not to hold meetings or visit cholera affected areas.
[Times of Zambia] THE University Teaching Hospital (UTH) in Lusaka has urged the public to embrace organ transplants because the institution has acquired equipment for operations especially for kidney transplant.
[Times of Zambia] THE Zambian youth should be proactive and engage themselves in small businesses or any other income-generating ventures that can sustain their lives, a Church minister has said.
[Times of Zambia] CELEBRATED Zambian rugby side 'Men At Work', Diggers coach Lawrence Njovu says the transition for the club is over and that it will challenge for the league title this year.
[Times of Zambia] COPPERBELT permanent secretary Bright Nundwe has warned civil servants against causing anarchy by not respecting hierarchy cause it is detrimental to President Edgar Lungu's agenda of fostering development.
[Times of Zambia] THE MTN FAZ Super League league champions Zesco United has been put on the spotlight over their failure to meet all the club licensing requirements.
[Times of Zambia] A TWENTY-THREE-year-old woman of Mpulungu in Northern Province has been arrested for allegedly killing her 33-year-old husband using a bottle of beer after a misunderstanding.
[Times of Zambia] STATE House has said President Edgar Lungu is not aware of the corruption allegations raised against the Government by former Cabinet ministers such as Harry Kalaba, who recently resigned from Foreign Affairs.
[Times of Zambia] THE Government has engaged the Business Regulatory Review Agency (BRRA) to ascertain the regulatory impact of the Statutory Instrument (SI) to shift transportation of 30 per cent of bulk cargoes from road to rail.
[Times of Zambia] SUPPORT Our Zambian Game Association (SOZAGA), a non governmental organisation, has donated 100 kg maize seeds to 20 elderly women farmers from Kabushi and Mushili townships in Ndola.
[Times of Zambia] MORE than 1,000 GOtv subscribers in Livingstone have challenged Multi-Choice Zambia to explain why they have had no access to the digital pay television platform since Friday last week.
[Times of Zambia] ORIENTAL Quarries Boxing Promotions (OQBP) director promotions Christopher Malunga says the army's refusal to allow boxers turning professional is killing the sport in the country.
[Times of Zambia] THE Government has said it cannot legalise the mining of emerald by small scale miners on restricted dumpsites in Lufwanyama District.
[Times of Zambia] POWER Dynamos Football Club secretary Ricky Mamfunda has resigned after serving for five years.