A few days old given the recent win against Equatorial Guinea, however, this video from Al Jazeera’s where Andy Richardson reports from Bata, Equatorial Guinea, talks about a team who are aiming to honour the memory of their greatest-ever team.
Archive | January, 2012
Zambia inflicted the first defeat to the co-hosts Equatorial Guinea 1-0 to win Group A and book a place in the quarter final of the Orange Africa Cup of Nations. Group A Team MP W D L GF GA GD Pts ZAMBIA 3 2 1 0 5 3 2 7 GUINEA EQ. 3 2 0 […]
Finally the Zambian Govt has agreed to do what we have been calling on for many years on diaspora Voice, the rebasing of the Kwacha or droping off the three zeros. On this show we look at the advantages of disadvanges of this move which the Central Bank says should be completed withing 6 months. […]
The African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) Newsletter January 2012 is now available. The aim of the newsletter has been to keep civil society, the private sector, government and citizens more widely interested in the development of the APRM process especially in Zambia. The Newsletter highlights the Activities of the CSO APRM Secretariat and its network […]
The National Restoration Party (NAREP) is a values-based Zambian political party. established in 2009, it is based on a cluster of values, namely: values that promote a sense of self-reflection, dignity of self and others and a sense of duty. The President of NAREP, Elias Chipimo Jnr.Chipimo is the third boy in a family of […]
Read the full report from Zambia Institute for Policy Analysis and Research (ZIPAR) on Should the Zambian Government Invest in Railways, or attend the event where Alan Whiteworth will present his findings.