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Posts published in “Day: March 23, 2021

JPM Leaves Indelible Mark, Says Lungu

[Daily News] PRESIDENT John Pombe Magufuli has left an indelible mark on Tanzanians for his dedicated heart of bringing development to his people, Zambia President Edgar Lungu said yesterday in Dodoma.

Zambia Chipolopolo At Point of No Return

[CAF] Zambia Chipolopolo arrive at the point of no return on March 25, when they host defending Total Africa Cup od Nations champions Algeria in the penultimate Group H qualifier at National Heroes Stadium in Lusaka.

MMD Faction Seeks to Void Nevers Convention

[Times of Zambia] THE Operation Save MMD has asked the Lusaka High Court to declare the extra-ordinary convention held by the New Hope MMD leader Nevers Mumba at the weekend null and void.

Lowest Number of Covid-19 Cases Since December 21

[Times of Zambia] Zambia has recorded 86 new Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the latest update, the lowest one-day figure since December 21, 2020 but Health Minister Jonas Chanda says his ministry remains on high alert as the country approaches the col...

Uphold Peace, Wina Tells Ruling Party Top Brass

[Times of Zambia] Vice President Inonge Wina has challenged the Patriotic Front (PF) top officials to be exemplary in upholding peace as election activities heighten before the August 12, elections.

Magufuli Fearless – Lungu

[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu was yesterday among several other Heads of State and Government who attended a funeral service for late Tanzanian President John Magufuli whom he described as a forthright, fearless and transformational leader.

Opposition Party Wrangles Not Good

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA'S undisputed mother of democracy, the MMD is again back in the news a few months before the presidential and general elections.

20-Year-Old to Hang for Raping, Strangling Niece

[Times of Zambia] A-TWENTY-YEAR-OLD man of Choma in Southern Province has been sentenced to death by hanging for defiling and strangling his three-year-old niece.

Copper Demand to Soar – Experts

[Times of Zambia] The world will need 10 million tonnes more of copper to meet demand and more than US$100 billion should be committed to close what could be an annual supply deficit of 4.7 million tonnes by 2030.