LT update

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Lusakatimes website will be taken down for maintenance at 16hrs ZMT today.We hope to bring up the site tomorrow morning.

We would like to thank you all for your support this year and wish you a wonderful 2013.

LT Team

38 COMMENTS

  1. vote

    Thank you for the way you have matured as a media organisation over the last two years.

    I wish you success in the coming years. Happy 2013!

  2. vote

    Happy New Year 2013 ba LT!
    Chapanswa, kalembula, impwa, isabi, inswa, katata, chibuku, tute, Chimanga Changa, kapenta, ama bilimu, Mosi, chikanda, Castle Lager, ifinkubala, ****, kachesha, delele, ifyakusashila, utujilijili, kachasu, sweet potatoes, fried fish, roasted corn, cooked cassava, cooked corn, sugar cane, mango, mushrooms, tute ya kocha, goat meat pa bwalwa, ubowa, ubwali na beans na cabbage, iyee mwebantu! Happy 2013 to you all!

  3. vote

    Just say everyone will be out for the new years bash & that there will be no one to update or moderate comments. Hope you guys wont have HOs & will be back online in the morning

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      It aint that easy if you know about computer programing..People will always find a way to bypass the filter

  4. vote

    Happy newyear Lt and o bloggers.Continue to b better the zwd .They are pathetic .Distructive journalism at its worst with them.God bless u guys.

  5. vote

    You can close down.You are irrelevent.
    You are not fair in your reporting.
    You only want to insult and critise the ruling government.

  6. vote

    good on you lt!! you have the not so common quality in zambia of being satisfied with your status quo. nice website i must say!

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    YOU SHOULD HAVE UPDATED THE TECHNICAL PART OF IT- WHICH NORMALLY, LAYMEN DON’T SEE UNTIL THEY USE THE SYSTEM. AND NOT THE PHYSICAL OUTLOOK WHICH WAS PROFESSIONALLY DONE. THIS USER INTERFACE IS ABSOLUTE RUBBISH.

  8. vote

    Congratulations for the update, only there are a few things I really (really!) don’t like.

    1) Your front page now seems “very heavy” and is slow to load – not good in Zambia where most users have limited bandwidth and pay for internet by the MB.

    2) Including all of the “departments” on the front page (general news, politics, sports, etc) adds to this problem and is unnecessary when many of the stories haven’t been updated for months. Under Health News, for example, the story about William Banda being moved to Lusaka is from September, 2011!

    3) Except for your banner stories, there are no more summaries or even a date to say when the item was posted thereby making the site difficult (and expensive) to use since we have to follow many links to see what the item is about.

  9. vote

    Good move, but please retain the features that make it easy for us to browse info. This new ‘face’ is hard to navigate.

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