April 14

  • Sata Does About-Turn on Constitution [analysis]

    African Arguments

    The sudden about turn by the Zambian President Michael Sata on enacting a new constitution has not only eroded his credibility but is galvanizing the kind of opposition that could... Read more »

  • Nkomeshya Denies Involvement in Corrupt Mining Deal

    Zambia Reports

    Chieftainess Nkomeshya Mukamambo of Chongwe is making efforts to clear her name after a multi-million kwacha corruption scandal involving her daughter and a Chinese mining company... Read more »

  • Military Personnel Upset With Wage Freeze

    Zambia Reports

    A Zambia Army officer from Arakan Barracks has revealed that military personnel are very unhappy with the recent wage freezes, which they say has negatively affected morale among... Read more »

  • Prison Congestion Breeding Ground for Viral Diseases

    Times of Zambia

    OVER-CROWDING in the country's 89 facilities provides an ideal environment for the spread of airborne diseases such as tuberculosis (TB). Read more »

  • Curb Illegal Mining in Luano - Chief Chembe

    Times of Zambia

    CHIEF Chembe of the Lala-speaking people of Luano District in Central Province has called on the Government to address illegal mining and other unlawful economic activities in his... Read more »

  • Constitution Is Irrelevant, Says Guy Scott

    Zambia Reports

    Vice President Guy Scott says the constitution is not relevant for the development of the country. Scott, who has added yet another PF view on the constitution, bragged that he... Read more »

  • U.S. $1 Billion Bond Should Boost Growth

    Times of Zambia

    Zambia has successfully issued the second Sovereign Bond to the tune of US$1billion which comes on the heels of the initial $750 million which was rolled out in 2012. Read more »

  • Resign, Kaingu Tells Mumba

    Times of Zambia

    MMD vice-president for politics Michael Kaingu has asked party President Nevers Mumba to resign from his position to save the party from extinction. Read more »

  • Lopa, Yeta Deny Getting Cash From Sakala

    Times of Zambia

    FORMER Zambia Army commander Wisdom Lopa and former Zambia National Service commandant Anthony Yeta have denied ever receiving K500,000 each from their co-accused former Zambia Air... Read more »

  • Violent Political Cadres Warned

    Times of Zambia

    HOME AFFAIRS Minister Ngosa Simbyakula has warned political party cadres against violence. Read more »

  • Marine Military Gear in - PS

    Times of Zambia

    MARINE equipment that Government procured has started arriving, Ministry of Defence Permanent Secretary Rose Salukatula has said. Read more »

  • Graft Cases Withdrawals Worry State

    Times of Zambia

    GOVERNMENT has expressed concern at the number of corruption cases that are being withdrawn from the police which is not helping in the fight against the vice. Read more »

  • MISA Bemoans Gender Inequality

    Times of Zambia

    THE Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) has noted that women are still not being considered as news makers in most countries in the Southern Africa Community Development... Read more »

  • Mchinji Railway Cheers Parley Committee

    Times of Zambia

    THE Parliamentary Committee on Transport and Communication has expressed satisfaction at the works on the Chipata -Mchinji railway line project. Read more »

  • KCM Workers Urged to Remain Calm

    Times of Zambia

    THE Mineworkers Union of Zambia (MUZ) has urged Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) miners to remain calm in view of the current happenings at the giant-mining firm. MUZ general secretary... Read more »

  • Makeshift Stalls a Danger

    Times of Zambia

    IT is unfortunate that what some consider a means to an end through trade, is also quickly viewed by others as an opportunity to attack and rob innocent citizens. Read more »

  • Scott Urges Central to Embrance PF

    Times of Zambia

    VICE-PRESIDENT Guy Scott has urged people of Central Province to embrace the vision of the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) whose plans are to ensure that development is taken to all... Read more »

  • Chikwanda in New Fertiliser Scandal

    Zambia Reports

    Dear Editor, kindly withhold my identity. As an employee within the ministry of agriculture I would like to bring to light developments that are transpiring within our ministry. As... Read more »

  • NRZ Mulls Another Rail Link to Zambia

    CAJ News

    THE National Railways of Zimbabwe is scouting for investors to partner it in the construction of rail link between Lions Den near Chinhoyi and Kafue in Zambia as it seeks to create... Read more »

  • Mwansabombwe DC Calls for Tourism Investment

    Times of Zambia

    MWANSABOMBWE District Commissioner Victor Kasuba has called for investment in the hospitality industry to promote tourism in the area. Read more »

  • Solwezi's Kalumbila Comes to Life

    Times of Zambia

    TO DATE, the Kalumbila area of Chief Musele in Solwezi has been a community of few economic opportunities. Read more »

  • Exploring Shebeen Life

    Times of Zambia

    THOUGH they are found everywhere now, shebeens were and are still regarded as illegal drinking places that are only found in certain townships. Read more »

  • Congratulations KK

    Times of Zambia

    I WOULD like to thank you for allowing me space in your paper to congratulate first Republican president Kenneth Kaunda on his 90th birthday anniversary. Read more »

  • Indian Firms Create 25,000 Local Jobs

    Times of Zambia

    INDIAN firms have created over 25,000 local jobs in various sectors of the sectors of the economy in the country, Indian High Commissioner to Zambia Gaddam Dharmendra has said. Read more »

  • Is Zambian Society Slowly Losing Its Moral Standing?

    Times of Zambia

    THE continued defilement cases in the country are a worry and of great concern. Read more »

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