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Arsenal keep Euro bid alive

Arsenal came from behind to keep alive their hopes of qualifying for the Champions League as Lukas Podolski’s double inspired a vital 3-1 win over West Ham on Tuesday. Arsene Wenger’s side are in danger of failing to reach Europe’s elite club competition for the first time in 17 years…

FOREIGN EXCHANGE

The LuSE All Share Index maintained yesterdays close of 5,992.72 as no price movements were recorded. Trading activity was recorded in CEC, LAFARGE,ZAMBREW,ZANACO and ZSUG. A total of 1,208,957 shares were transacted in 21 trades resulting in a turnover of K891,345. FOREIGN EXCHANGE The Kwacha remained firm against the dollar…

FA rejects Hull City bid to change name to Tigers

English Premier League club Hull City’s controversial bid to change their name to Hull Tigers has been rejected by the FA, the governing body said in a statement on Wednesday. “The FA Council, which is made up of representatives from across football, fully considered the recommendation and the subsequent responses…

ACC Pursues Irregularities Highlighted In AG’s Reports

The Anti Corruption Commission ACC has instituted investigations on cases highlighted in the past three Auditor General’s reports. ACC public relations office Timothy Moono says  the commission received 197 reports with elements of corruption in the last quarter of 2012 out of which 22 are from the 2012 auditors general…

Govt To Amend Exams Act To Address Malpractices

Government has underscored the importance of revising the Examination Council Act Cap 137 of the laws of Zambia in eradicating examination malpractices. Education, science, vocational training and early education minister John Phiri said that in the amendment of the Act, the examination council of Zambia should put a practical role…