The Times of Zambia on Thursday reported that ABSA entered into negotiations eight years ago to fund the Zambian National Oil Company (ZNOC) for the acquisition of feedstock from suppliers and for operations.
What does TOZ stand for?
TOZ stands for Times of Zambia
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Community radio stations, many supported by religious-group-sponsored NGOs, are instrumental in enhancing literacy through educational broadcasts especially important among women, according to The Times of Zambia (Ndola).
MCM special projects manager Penny Dickson told the state-run Times of Zambia newspaper that: "We have commissioned a study of the Mufulira copper refinery in terms of rehabilitation and expansion with a view to improving performance.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] In 1974-75 I worked as business editor of the Times of Zambia and was also stringer for the Financial Times and the BBC's Focus on Africa programme which almost every African leader tuned into at night--sometimes to find out what was happening in their own countries.
Mukubesa also stated that Zambian Airways and Zambian Skyways were seeking permits to service the route according to The Times of Zambia.