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Posts published in May 2018

Loan Defaulting Must Be Criminal Offence

[Times of Zambia] It is with dismay that we there is a growing trend of a poor loan repayment culture by individuals that owe banks and other registered financial institutions.

Loan Defaulting Must Be Criminal Offence

[Times of Zambia] It is with dismay that we there is a growing trend of a poor loan repayment culture by individuals that owe banks and other registered financial institutions.

Lungu Calls for Reliable Database On Disabled Persons

[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu has called for a reliable data-base of all citizens living with physical limitations to enable Government provide an efficient service for all its people.

U.S.$1 Million Health Products Stolen – Report

[Times of Zambia] The Global Fund has directed that the ministry of Health pays back around US$1million worth of drugs lost through suspected pilferage at the Medical Stores Limited (MSL).

Luanshya Roads in U.S.$152,000 Rehab

[Times of Zambia] The Luanshya Municipal Council (LMC) has embarked on a K1.5 million peri-urban road rehabilitation project after the council's engineering department concluded a road survey.

Muslim School Ordered to Use Recommended Curriculum

[Times of Zambia] Government has ordered Mpulungu's Muslim run Moonrise Boarding Secondary School to formalise its operations and use the recommended General Education school curriculum.

Ruling Party MP Chisopa Keeps His Seat

[Times of Zambia] The Constitutional Court (ConCourt) has upheld the election of Patriotic Front (PF) Mkushi South Member of Parliament Davies Chisopa as the duly elected parliamentarian in the 2016 elections.

Kenyan Pro Golfer Lands Role in Zambia

[Nation] Kenyan professional golfer Anil Shah has landed a job at Bonanza Golf club, Zambia and Southern Africa's newest golf course.

Eagles, Magic Lead the Way

[Times of Zambia] Champions Green Eagles and Kamwala Magic lead the way in posting victories after the Midlands Volleyball Association (MIVA) Week Two league games at the weekend.

15 Women Rugby Players Selected

[Times of Zambia] Zambia women rugby coach Moses Mulenga has picked 15 players ahead of the 2018 Africa 7s tournament to be held in Gaborone, Botswana from May 26 to 27.

Mwepu Toasts Salzburg Win

[Times of Zambia] Midfielder Enock Mwepu has expressed excitement after he helped Red Bull Salzburg win the Austrian Bundesliga.

ConCourt to Rule On Lungu’s Eligibility to Contest 2021 Polls

[Times of Zambia] Attorney General Likando Kalaluka and lawyers representing President Edgar Lungu have insisted that he is eligible to contest the 2021 presidential elections and should not be excluded from the race on the basis of Article 106 (5) whi...

Lungu Eligible for 2021 Polls – Opposition

[Times of Zambia] Christian Democratic Party leader Dan Pule and three others have insisted that Republican President Edgar Lungu is eligible to contest the 2021 Presidential elections.

‘Media Freedom Key’

[Times of Zambia] The Patriotic Front (PF) Government is committed to creating a favourable environment for both the private and public media to operate in the country, Southern Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba has said.

Ponga Laments Football Politics

[Times of Zambia] Outgoing Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) general secretary Ponga Liwewe says politics is hampering the growth of the sport.

Law On Cybercrime to Bring to Book Online Fraudsters

[Times of Zambia] Zambia's media fraternity has been assured that plans to introduce a law to curb cybercrime is meant to protect citizens and not infringe on freedom of expression.