Daily Archives: Jun 18, 2012

UKBA staff ‘unfairly rejecting’ African visas, report finds

UK Border Agency staff processing visa applications from Africa are “acting unfairly” and wrongly refusing entry to the UK, an independent report claims. Chief inspector to the UKBA, John Vine, said many visas were incorrectly rejected after employees “disregarded or … read more »

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Harding scoops Zambia Open

SOUTH African Justin Harding yesterday kept his nerve to bag the 2012 Indo-Zambia Bank Zambia Open Golf Championship after carding an impressive 12 under par 280 at the Lusaka Golf Club. Harding, who picked up the R190,200 (about K119.8 million) … read more »

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State to bail out ruggers

GOVERNMENT has promised to bail out the Zambia Rugby Football Union (ZRFU) to meet its K250 million budget to send the national 15s squad to next month’s six-nation Confederation of African Rugby (CAR) Africa Cup championships in Botswana. Sports Minister … read more »

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National rally enters round three

THE national rally championship enters round three  next weekend at Silverest area, east of Lusaka, with Muna Singh’s son Jassy hoping to extend his lead aboard his father’s Subaru Impreza N10 backed by Net One Technologies. Zambia Motor Sport Association … read more »

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Zambia Closed chess tourney on

THE Chess Federation of Zambia (CFZ) will this weekend stage its 2012 Zambia Closed Chess championships at Kitwe’s Moba Hotel to be played over nine rounds. CFZ national tournament director Chanda Nsakanya said in a statement released in Lusaka yesterday … read more »

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The role of the media in the constitution making process

A CONSTITUTION is the Supreme Law of the land; it is the body of rules or laws written which determines the organization of government, the distribution of powers of various organs of government and the general principles on which these … read more »

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Commission warns bakeries over labels

THE Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) has warned bakeries who are selling the products without labels or vital information, of legal action. This warning comes just a month after prominent chain store Spar was convicted in a court for … read more »

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Fake wigs land two foreign nationals in court

AN arresting  officer in a case in which two foreign nationals are charged with a case of offering for sale and being in possession of  counterfeit wigs has testified that their business competitor was the one who produced the money … read more »

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All set for Chiluba memorial

SECRETARY to the Cabinet Evans Chibiliti has said  the memorial church service for late second republican President Frederick Chiluba will be held today at 09:00 hours at the Anglican Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Lusaka. Dr Chiluba passed away … read more »

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