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Posts published in “Day: January 22, 2018

Zambia Go Full Throttle

[Times of Zambia] Zambia and Namibia transfer their COSAFA rivalry to the big stage as the two clash in this final Group B match of the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) tournament aiming to finish tops.

Govt to Speed Up Mpulungu Harbour Feasibility Study

[Times of Zambia] Government will accelerate the completion of the feasibility study for the modernisation of Mpulungu Harbour as a basis for raising resources for implementation of the project.

Tazara Records Increased Freight Traffic

[Times of Zambia] The Tanzania Zambia Railways Authority (TAZARA) has said improved business at the Dar es Salaam port in Tanzania will help boost the transportation of cargo in its area of operations.

Bank Calls for Livestock Sector Sustainable Growth

[Times of Zambia] The Development Bank of Zambia (DBZ) has called for the development of the livestock sector through the provision of sustained financing options and affordable vaccines across the country.

Media Urged to Sensitise Public On Nuclear Energy

[Times of Zambia] Information and Broadcasting Services Minister Kampamba Mulenga has urged the media to help sensitise the public on the benefits of nuclear energy to dispel myths associated with the energy source.

Zanaco Clinch Friendly With Zim’s Ngezi Platinum

[Times of Zambia] Zambia's CAF Champions League envoys Zanaco have clinched a friendly with Zimbabwe's Ngezi Platinum ahead of their CAF inter-club games which they start against Gambia Armed forces next month.

Minister Hamukale Survives Road Accident

[Times of Zambia] Southern Province Minister Edify Hamukale was yesterday involved in a road traffic accident after his ministerial vehicle hit a pedestrian and overturning south of Kalomo.

President Lungu Embarks On Development Projects Audit

[Times of Zambia] Chinsali -President Edgar Lungu has warned that he will part company with some Government officials and contractors if his audit of developmental projects countrywide reveals that they are the ones hindering progress.