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Posts published in November 2018

No Zika Here – UK Envoy

[Times of Zambia] British envoy Fergus Cochrane-Dyet says the misinformation by some sections of the media in his country that there is an outbreak of Zika virus in Zambia is a threat to the country's tourism sector.

Mawere Rallies U-20 Squad

[Times of Zambia] SPORTS Minister Moses Mawere has urged the Zambia Under-20 national team to win the regional COSAFA title as a way of redeeming the country's battered pride following the senior national team's failure to qualify for 2019 Africa Cup o...

Fish Production to Hit 40,000 Tons

[Times of Zambia] THE Government says annual fish production is expected to be increased to 40,000 tonnes from the current 36,000 once the Zambia Aquaculture Enterprise Development Project (ZAEDP) implementation period completes in 2021.

Solar Investment to Boost Clean Energy

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA and other developing countries' solar investment will significantly contribute to global clean energy, a comprehensive new study from Bloomberg (BNEF) dubbed Climates scope 2018 states.

High Financial Flaws Irk Msiska

[Times of Zambia] Secretary to the Cabinet Roland Msiska is disappointed with the high number of financial irregularities in the public service.

Lungu to Grace Sports Awards

[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu is next month expected to grace the Sports Council of Zambia (SCZ) organised National Sports awards which are aimed at promoting sports excellence in the country.

Court Acquits Four Opposition Supporters

[Times of Zambia] Four United Party for National Development (UPND) supporters facing two counts of being in possession of offensive material have been acquitted.

‘Bursary Scheme Chaotic’

[Times of Zambia] Financial irregularities and discrepancies in administering the bursary schemes at the University of Zambia (UNZA) and the Copperbelt University (CBU) has left the Parliamentary Accounts Committee raising eyebrows at the ministry of H...

Advantage Nkana

[Times of Zambia] TEN-MAN Nkana beat UD Songo of Mozambique in Beira to take a two-away goal cushion into the second leg of the preliminary round of this transitional CAF Champions League.

Three Leave For Zone-Six Championships

[Times of Zambia] Two more Zambian volleyball clubs yesterday left to join Chalube for the 2018 CAVB Zone-Six Club Championships in the coastal city of Durban in South Africa.

It’s a Sweet Victory – Musonda

[Times of Zambia] GREEN Buffaloes coach Bilton Musonda described his team's Confederations Cup preliminary round first-leg home win over Al Merreik as sweet.

Ooops! Insufficient Funds

[Times of Zambia] More than 100 teachers will not access their November salary for failure to change their pay-points after getting transfers, the Teaching Service Commission (TSC) has announced.

Newcomers Grean Eagles Fly High

[CAF] Ten-man Green Eagles on Tuesday made a memorable continental debut with a 2-0 home win in Zambia over eSwatini club Young Buffaloes at Independence Stadium in Choma.

Prince Harry to Facilitate Elephant Move From Botswana

[Zambia Reports] Prince Harry has pledged to facilitate the movement of between 500-1000 Elephants from Botswana into the Kafue National Park that has a culling capacity of close to 25 thousand Elephants.

Prince Harry Arrives

[Zambia Reports] Prince Harry has arrived in Zambia for a two-day visit.

Namibia Face South Africa in Tough Opening Match

[Namibian] Namibia open their account with a tough match against the favourites South Africa at the Netball Diamond Challenge in Limpopo on Tuesday afternoon.