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Posts published in February 2019

Eight Suspects Arrested Over Stoning Deaths

[Times of Zambia] Eight people have been arrested in connection with the recent stoning to death of two elderly men in Mpika's Kanchibiya area.

Truckers Quit Dar-es-Salaam Corridor

[Times of Zambia] Local petroleum transporters have stopped using the Dar-es-Salaam corridor in the transportation of imported fuel following the introduction by the Tanzanian government of a Vehicle Load Act that reduces the weight of the cargo they c...

‘Sven Needed Time to Settle’

[Times of Zambia] The Zambia Sports Fans Association (ZASOFA) says the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) should have announced the non renewal of Sven Vandenbroeck's contract after the Namibia game.

Acca Registers More Women

[Times of Zambia] The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Zambia has registered an increase in the number of women pursuing the qualification in the country.

Prisons Leopards Sack Coach

[Times of Zambia] MTN/FAZ Super Division newcomers Prison Leopards have fired head coach Frank Miti.

Zambia Appeals for Money to Cater for Refugees

[CAJ News] Lusaka -ZAMBIA is appealing for increased funding from humanitarian and development donor countries to support the rising number of refugees fleeing to the country.

Police Detain Critic of President Lungu

[East African] Zambia police Monday arrested and detained President Edgar Lungu's critic Chishimba Kambwili on suspicions of "xenophobia".

Police Detain Critic of President Lungu

[East African] Zambia police Monday arrested and detained President Edgar Lungu's critic Chishimba Kambwili on suspicions of "xenophobia".

Atcl Launches Zambia, Zim Flights

[Daily News] AIR Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) over the weekend launched new routes to Zambia and Zimbabwe with its Airbus A220-300, as part of the national airline's move to explore business opportunities in the South African countries.

Kaliati Drums Up Support for Utm’s Chiluba in Mzimba North East

[Nyasa Times] UTM Party secretary general and firebrand politician, Patricia Kaliati, has said women are crucial in the development of any country and has, therefore, called on people in the country to elect women that have potential in various politic...

Zambian Govt Commits to Ending Cholera By 2025

[WHO] The Zambian government has committed itself to ending cholera by the year 2025 through the validation of the national multi-sectoral cholera elimination plan for the period 2019 to 2025. Four cabinet ministers signed a pledge of commitment to end...

Opposition to Report President to ICC

[East African] Opposition parties in Zambia said Wednesday they will report President Edgar Lungu to the International Criminal Court in The Hague for alleged political violence against his rivals.

Ndola Brother Rapes Sister

[Times of Zambia] A-twenty-four year-old man in Ndola has been dragged to court for allegedly forcing himself onto his biological sister.

Student Stabbed Seven Times by Friend Over Flash Drive

[Times of Zambia] A Livingstone Institute of Business and Engineering Studies (LIBES) student is battling for his life at the Livingstone Central Hospital after he was stabbed seven times by his friend over a flash drive.