April 03

  • Mushala Guides Media to Growth

    Times of Zambia

    GOVERNMENT has challenged public media houses to accelerate efforts of generating additional revenue through advertising and direct marketing. Read more »

  • 'Good Governance Vital'

    Times of Zambia

    PRESIDENT Michael Sata has said good governance remains the cornerstone for prudent management of public affairs and ensuring that development outcomes benefit the people. Read more »

  • Proflight Acts to Enhance OPs

    Times of Zambia

    PROFLIGHT Zambia has partnered with low-cost airline Fastjet, making it possible for passengers to travel efficiently between the 15 destinations serviced by the two carriers... Read more »

  • African Ministers Tackle Financial Sector Woes

    Times of Zambia

    AFRICAN Finance, Planning and Economic Development ministers have resolved to revive development banking and tackle challenges of long-term financing for the manufacturing sector,... Read more »

  • UCZ Varsity Adds Value to Tertiary Learning

    Times of Zambia

    FOR a nation to attain sustainable economic and social development, it is important to ensure that its foundation is firmly rooted on education. Read more »

  • Ex-Mpika Priest, Father Chibuye, Dies

    Zambia Reports

    Former Mpika Catholic diocese Caritas director Fr Patrick Chibuye has died.vFr Chibuye died yesterday at the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka after an illness. Kasama member... Read more »

  • 'I'll Sort You Out,' Sata Warns Senior Catholic Priest

    Zambia Reports

    President Michael Sata has threatened to sort out Chipata Catholic Diocese Bishop George Lungu with unspecified action for holding prayers and allowing constitution advocates to... Read more »

  • Kabimba - I'm Not a Police Officer to Deal With 'Unruly' Cadres

    Zambia Reports

    Patriotic Front Secretary General Wynter Kabimba says there is nothing he can do about PF cadres locking up offices of government officers as he is not a police officer. And Lusaka... Read more »

  • Plight of Masaiti's Lupiya School

    Times of Zambia

    AT the edge of Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo in Masaiti lies a little school called Lupiya. Built in 1940, by colonialists for natives, the school serves 18 villages... Read more »

  • Tsunami Threat Boosts Copper Prices

    Times of Zambia

    COPPER prices rose to its highest in more than three weeks on Wednesday after a powerful earthquake off the coast of top miner Chile triggered a tsunami alert, raising concerns... Read more »

  • Mealie Meal Prices to Remain High

    Zambia Reports

    The Millers Association of Zambia says mealie meal prices will continue going up because the economic fundamentals in the country are in disarray. Read more »

  • Sata Not for Constitution Dialogue - Pukuta Mwanza

    Zambia Reports

    Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia Executive Director Reverend Pukuta Mwanza says President Michael Sata has been shunning the three church mother bodies in their attempt to meet him... Read more »

  • Opinion - UPND Hits Back At Lucky Mulusa

    Zambia Reports

    We fail where to start from because we consider Lucky Mulusa a comrade in the fight against injustice and oppression which we are subjected to under this PF government. Read more »

  • Thousands Bid Farewell to Top Coach Keagan Mumba

    Zambia Reports

    Former Zanaco coach Keagan Mumba was yesterday laid to rest with hundreds, if not thousands, paying their last respects at Chawama grounds and Leopards Hill Memorial Park. Read more »



April 02

  • Zambia in Free Fall Under the Wand of Michael Sata [opinion]

    Fahamu

    The economy of Zambia is in bad shape under the helm of President Michael Sata. Sata's liability is not in the fact that he is too old, or some of his ministers are ancient, his... Read more »

  • Abuse Against Women, Girls Worrying

    Times of Zambia

    Women and girls in Zambia are continuously facing outrageous discrimination and violations of their human rights. Everyday in the media there are stories of Gender Based Violence... Read more »

  • Address Kitwe Land Saga

    Times of Zambia

    KITWE City Council advertised about 1,800 medium and low cost plots in Ndeke and Chamboli townships. These plots were being sold at K250 for low cost and K300 for high cost per... Read more »

  • ZAWA Arrests Three in Mpika

    Times of Zambia

    THE Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) has apprehended three suspects in Mpika for being in possession of ivory and leopard skin. Read more »

  • Textile Policy to Create 4,000 Jobs, Says Sampa

    Times of Zambia

    Government has put in place a deliberate programme that will compel public institutions to procure at least 20 per cent of local textile products to support the sector. Read more »

  • Chibombo Farmer Jailed for Killing Person Over Land

    Times of Zambia

    A FARMER of Chibombo, who shot dead a person over land, has been sentenced to five years imprisonment with hard labour. Roydon Siame, 37, was sentenced to five years, while his two... Read more »

  • RTSA Sponsors ICR

    Times of Zambia

    THE Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) will be the main sponsor for the 2014 Zambia Amateur Athletics Association (ZAAA) organised Inter-Company Relay to be held in Lusaka... Read more »

  • Cops Search for Murdered Girl's Boyfriend

    Times of Zambia

    POLICE are looking for a run-away boyfriend of the 13-year-old girl who was defiled and killed in Ng'ombe Township in Lusaka on Monday. Read more »

  • We Are Still Going to the Moon, Says KLM

    Times of Zambia

    KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has partnered in the Stary Exhibition ongoing at Lusaka National Museum between March 20 and 26, 2014 to bring international recognised curator Bisi Silva. Read more »

  • Msoni Condemns Handling of Draft Constitution

    Zambia Reports

    Political activist Nason Msoni has added his voice to condemning the manner government has handled the draft constitution with the Technical Committee saying it has surrendered it... Read more »

  • PF Cadres Lock Up RATSA Offices

    Zambia Reports

    Unruly Patriotic Front cadres this morning stepped up their lawlessness when they locked up offices belonging to the Road Traffic and Safety Agency. Read more »

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