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Posts published in “Day: February 13, 2008

Chinese cigarettes and Zambian beer

It looks as though war has broken out in Chambishi, a sleepy mining town in Zambia's copper belt that lies on the border with the…

Lusaka Becoming Auto Jungle

In a country where the majority of the population is classified as poor by international standards, it may be puzzling to find that owning a…

Muna Singh and David Sihoka

Zimbabwe's Jamie Whyte, driving a Subaru Impreza, made his presence felt at the 2008 Rally of Tanzania where he took a creditable fifth place in…

Water is Life, Conserve it by Harvesting It

Although too much rain has caused havoc in some parts of the country, agriculturists believe water can be harvested and later on used for agricultural…

Load up for Africa

An Upwey group is a step closer to making a difference for the people of a Zambian village following the arrival of a shipping container…

Local runners for Zambia

A team of 20 marathoners will represent Botswana at the Southern Region Cross Country competition pencilled for Zambia on February 23. The runners have been…

African Swine Fever outbreak in Zambia

African swine fever has claimed more than 3,000 pigs in the Northwestern province of Zambia. In the districts of Solwezi, Kasempa, Mufumbwe and Kabompo, the…

Chingola Man Drowns

One person died while five others escaped with minor injuries when strong currents in Mulungushi stream in Chingola's Kapisha township swept them. Copperbelt police chief,…

Lusaka Cop Shot Dead

A Lusaka police officer has been shot dead by bandits after he and his colleagues were attacked and disarmed on Saturday night. The officer identified…

Country Will Still Remain a Competitive Destination

Zambia will still remain a competitive destination for investment in the mining sector even after changes to the mining fiscal and regulatory regime, Commerce Trade…