Will the Poll Results Trigger a Constitutional Crisis?
[ISS] The results of Zambia's historic five-ballot election are threatening to plunge the country into a constitutional crisis.
Lungu Calls for Prayers
[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT-ELECT Edgar Lungu has appealed to Zambians and the clergy to commit the nation to prayers for peace to continue prevailing in the country.
Consumers Hail Drop in Inflation
[Times of Zambia] CONSUMER bodies have said that the drop in inflation in the month of August is an indication that the economic environment in the country is stable.
Tutwa Ngulube Looks to Develop Kabwe
[Zambia Reports] Newly elected Patriotic Front Kabwe Central Member of Parliament Tutwa Ngulube says he is ready to develop Kabwe.
Newspaper Owner, Ally Take Over LAZ?
[Zambia Reports] The Law Association of Zambia is now under the express supervision of the infamous cartel, a group of influential private citizens who seek to indirectly control state power. The cartel comprises Post Newspaper owner Fred , his ally Mutembo Nchito, failed politician Wynter Kabimba and others.
Ex-Leader Kaunda Calls for Peace After Disputed Elections
[ANGOP] Lusaka -Zambia's first President Kenneth Kaunda on Thursday called for peace in the aftermath of the disputed general elections which have caused violence and tribal attacks in certain parts of the country.
Cec Records K1.1 Million Loss
[Times of Zambia] COPPERBELT Energy Corporation (CEC) has said the macro-economic environment in Nigeria and the depreciating Naira has increased foreign exchange risks resulting in the loss of K1.140 million.
Kaunda's Peace Message Timely
[Times of Zambia] THE late Albanian Roman Catholic nun and missionary once said "If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other."
Construction Industry Bottlenecks to Be Addressed
[Times of Zambia] GOVERNMENT says the construction industry needs to address gaps in the current legal framework to effectively regulate the industry.
Lwandamina Buoyant... but Hurls Insults At Times Reporter
[Times of Zambia] GEORGE Lwandamina says Zesco United's qualification to the semi-finals of the CAF 2016 Champions' League should silence the doubters.
Stop Commenting On Presidential Petition - LAZ
[Times of Zambia] THE Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) has urged members of the public to desist from making prejudicial comments on the presidential petition being handled by the Constitutional Court.
Firm Donates to Basketball Body
[Times of Zambia] OG Electricals yesterday donated K7, 500 to the Zambia Basketball Federation (ZBF) towards hosting of the junior tournament slated for September 10 at the Olympic Youth Development Centre (OYDC) in Lusaka.
Chief Mukupa Katandula Xii Welcomes Lungu's Re-Election
[Times of Zambia] THE Mukupa Katandula Royal Establishment (MKRE) has said that the re-election of President Edgar Lungu is critical to keeping Zambia on a steady path to development.
Three Financial Institutions Shut
[Times of Zambia] THE Bank of Zambia (BoZ) has finally closed and put under compulsory liquidation three financial institutions for failure to comply with the Central Bank's directives.
Reconcile, U.S. Envoy Urges Zambians
[Times of Zambia] UNITED States (US) Ambassador to Zambia Eric Schultz has urged Zambians to reconcile in the aftermath of the general elections to continue fostering peace and unity.
China Offers 200 Zambian Students University Scholarships
[Focac] Lusaka -The Chinese government has offered 200 Zambian students scholarship awards this year to pursue various degree programs in China, a Chinese envoy said Wednesday.
Wanderers, Rangers Clash
[Times of Zambia] TWO struggling sides, 'Mighty' Mufulira Wanderers and Nchanga Rangers today face it off as they open Week 24 fixtures of the MTN/FAZ Super League at Shinde Stadium in a match to be beamed live on Super Sport.
Maintain Peace, Kaunda Urges Zambians
[Times of Zambia] FIRST Republican president Kenneth Kaunda has called on all Zambians to maintain peace once the election processes are over.
Law Firm Wants Opposition Cited for Crimes Against Humanity
[Times of Zambia] A ZAMBIAN law firm has written to the International Criminal Court (ICC) urging the court to cite the United Party for National Development (UPND) leadership for crimes against humanity.
Celebrations of Petition Verdict Ill-Timed
[Times of Zambia] It is highly misleading and dangerous for the United Party for National Development (UPND) leadership to deliberately misinform their members and sympathisers to start celebrating winning the petition when the case is still in court.