[Times of Zambia] There is need to change consumption patterns if the country is to reduce its dependence on maize crop, Agricultural expert Sebastian Chibwe has said
Posts published in “Day: April 2, 2020”
[Times of Zambia] A NEIGHBOURHOOD association is seeking an injunction to restrain three leaseholders of a property unit and a private hospital in Lusaka's Long Acres from allowing usage of a property as a Coronavirus (COVID-19) isolation centre.
[Times of Zambia] FORMER Chipolopolo coach Wedson Nyirenda says the Coronavirus (COVID-19) will present a big challenge for Zambian coaches to show their expertise during this difficult time when group gatherings have been banned.
[Times of Zambia] SECRETARY to the Cabinet Simon Miti has implored State House staff to observe maximum standards of guidelines against the Coronavirus (Covid-19).
[Times of Zambia] ZANACO have assured their players of no salary cuts despite the season prematurely going on recess because of the Coronavirus.
[Times of Zambia] THERE has been a significant increase in demand for internet services among customers as more people adopt Work-from-Home strategies in light of the Coronavirus pandemic, Zamtel chief commercial officer Chibeza Ngoma has said.
[Times of Zambia] THE Copperbelt Energy Corporation (CEC) says it is committed to continuing to provide uninterrupted power supply to its mining industry clients while negotiations carry on for a new Bulk Power Supply Agreement with Zesco.
[Times of Zambia] The Zambia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ZACCI) has called for import substitution measures such as markets prioritizing buying and selling of locally produced goods.
[Times of Zambia] Uncertainty still surrounds the Bulk Power Supply Agreement between Zesco and the Copperbelt Energy Corporation after its expiry yesterday, but Energy Minister Matthew Nkhuwa assured clients, particularly mining firms, of sustained su...
[Times of Zambia] Three Coronavirus (COVID-19) hot-spots have been identified in Lusaka as it was announced the number of cases has gone up to 36 and that some senior government officials have self-quarantined.
[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu has assured health workers that the Government will continue to provide them with safety clothing as they fight the Coronavirus (COVID-19).