The Times of Zambia (Ndola)

Government-owned daily and Sunday newspaper


April 28

April 27

  • Zambia: Kaunda Turns 91

    April 28, 2015 offers an opportunity to celebrate first President Kenneth Kaunda's 91st birthday and a chance to explore different ways in which eminent and unsung freedom fighters... Read more »

  • Zambia: Roma Park Plots Sold Off

    ROMA Park, an industrial park being developed in Lusaka, has recorded a 100 per cent sale of residential plots generating around US$19.5million from the 300 plots sold. Read more »

  • Zambia: Barclays to Keep Aiding Farmers

    BARCLAYS Bank Zambia will continue its partnership with the farming community by providing financial support to boost crop production. Read more »

  • Zambia: 'Mining Tax Reforms Should Be Inclusive'

    MINING tax reforms should have a holistic approach and address long term issues of environmental degradation and conform to international best practices, the Economic Association... Read more »

  • Zambia: High Illegal Entry Levels Worrisome [opinion]

    Our worry is that if these illegal immigrants are not intercepted from the points of entry, there is a high risk of them transmitting diseases such as ebola and others that might... Read more »

  • Southern Africa: SADC Moots New Growth Plan

    THE SADC has drafted a strategy and roadmap policy document to guide member States in its quest to achive socio-economic transformation through industrialisation. Read more »

  • Zambia: Immigration Dept Collects K180 Million in 2014

    THE Immigration Department last year collected more than K 180 million in revenue collection, department director-general Moola Milimo has said. Read more »

  • Zambia: Zava Scouts for K94, 000

    THE Zambia Volleyball Association (ZAVA) is scouting for K94, 000 to send the men and women's national teams to Botswana for the 2015 All-Africa Games qualifiers next month. Read more »

  • Zambia: German Freed From Sexual Abuse Charge

    A GERMAN, who was charged with sexually abusing a juvenile, has been acquitted by the Lusaka magistrate's court due to uncorroborated evidence. Read more »

  • Zambia: Kansanshi Top As City Finally Win

    SUBSTITUTE James Kanynji converted an all-important goal to propel pacesetters Kansanshi Dynamos to a well-deserved victory over Copperbelt Buffaloes to maintain grip on the summit... Read more »

  • Zambia: Italian Firm Eyes Zambian Market

    AN Italian building company, Schnell Group is planning to set up an assembly plant in Zambia to manufacture various building implements in view of a boom in the construction... Read more »

  • Zambia: Mopani Expatriate Miner Dies

    AN expatriate miner at Mopani Copper Mine in Kitwe has died after falling off from the underground shaft. Read more »

  • Zambia: 'Local Golfers Not Yet Ripe'

    AS the Lusaka Golf Club Pro-Am tees off today, Zambia Sugar Open organising committee chairperson Roy Penny says local golfers are not yet ripe to stake a claim at the two... Read more »

  • Zambia: Chilombo 'Sacked'

    NAPSA Stars head coach Hector Chilombo and his assistants have been slapped with indefinite suspensions owing to the club's poor start to the 2015 MTN-FAZ Super Division League... Read more »

  • Zambia/Gabon: Zambia Remembers 'Gabon' Fallen Heroes

    ZAMBIA today commemorates the 22nd anniversary of the 1993 Gabon Air Disaster victims in what would again be expected to be a low-key ceremony at the Independence Stadium burial... Read more »

April 24

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