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Posts published in “Day: March 13, 2019

35 People Arrested After Itezhi-Tezhi Riots

[Times of Zambia] THIRTY-FIVE people have been arrested in Itezhi-Tezhi District in Central Province in connection with the riot that took place on Monday after residents suspected a shop owner of being involved in witchcraft.

Hot Tempered Mom Throws Baby in Fire

[Times of Zambia] A young mother of Mwansabombwe is being held for throwing her two-year-old baby into a fire after finding the toddler eating relish she had not served her.

Women Farming Contribution Vital to Growth of Rural Economies

[Times of Zambia] WOMEN are of vital importance to rural economies. Rearing poultry and small livestock and growing food crops, they are responsible for some 60% to 80% of food production in developing countries

Communities Work to Preserve Remaining Forests

[Times of Zambia] Victor Chenda Mpanga, 39, knows his livelihood depends on the forest, but like many others eking out a living in Zambia's vast woodland, he had little choice but to help destroy it.

Annan – Zesco Cannot Stand Our Way

[CAF] Felix Annan is unarguably one of the safest pair of hands in Ghana at the moment. His exploits has been crucial for Asante Kotoko's journey in the Total CAF Confederation Cup, and has earned him a call-up to the national team.

Namibia Must Fall, Says Chipolopolo Coach Chiyangi

[Times of Zambia] Chipolopolo stand-in coach Aggrey Chiyangi says there would be no free gifts from Zambia when his side takes on Namibia in a formality Group K match of the 2019 Africa Cup qualifier against Namibia.

U-23 Skipper Warns Malawi

[Times of Zambia] Under-23 captain Solomon Sakala says Zambia is headed to the Egypt Africa Under-23 tournament and will crush any hurdle on the way.

‘Bubble’ Malitoli Is City Coach

[Times of Zambia] FAZ Division One side City of Lusaka have unveiled former national team striker Kenneth 'Bubble' Malitoli as head coach to replace Boyd Mulwanda.

Don’t Be Used, Lungu Tells Youths

[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu has called for violence-free campaigns in the forthcoming by-elections and urged youths to desist from being used as tools of political violence.