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February 9, 2014 - 0 Comments

By BRIAN HATYOKA and CHILA NAMAIKO – POLICE in Livingstone have arrested four suspected notorious criminals who have allegedly been involved in a spate of robberies in the tourist capital. Southern Province deputy Police chief...

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By CHILA NAMAIKO – THE construction of two high schools in Gwembe and Kazungula districts at a cost of about K100 million has reached an advanced stage. Munyumbwe would be the first high school in...

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By ANTHONY MULOWA – A COMBINED group of 33 global investors, among them Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and others with portfolios running into trillions of dollars last Thursday flew into Zambia to assess the increasing...

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By SYLVIA MWEETWA – SOME inmates at Mpima Remand Prison in Kabwe have complained that they have overstayed in prison without knowing their fate. Those interviewed claimed that it was unfair to continue detaining them...

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By CHUSA SICHONE – THE Zambia Information and Communications Technology Authority (ZICTA) has directed the three mobile service providers to introduce toll free numbers to be used by subscribers whose SIM cards are erroneously deactivated....

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By SARAH TEMBO – A Thirty-three-YEAR-OLD man of Chaisa Township in Lusaka has sued his friend for harassment when he demanded that they reverse a car transaction after he realised that he sold it at...

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By BRIAN HATYOKA – GOVERNMENT has identified an area behind Maramba Cultural Village and Livingstone Show grounds as one of the potential sites where a 5,000 capacity world-class Convention Centre and other infrastructure will be...

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By JACK MWEWA – THE Ministry of Health hopes that mental health delivery will be enhanced once recommendations to amend Mental Disorders Act of 1951 Cap. 535 are repealed by Parliament and replaced with the...

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By Sunday Times Reporter – THE Zambia Union of Journalists (ZUJ) chapels have ushered in new leaders with Sunday Times acting chief reporter Sylvester Mwale becoming the new president for Lusaka Chapel after going through...

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