[Times of Zambia] SHEPOLOPOLO captain Kabange Mupopo has been handed an 18-month athletics scholarship by the National Olympics Committee (NOC).
Posts published in “Day: March 9, 2015”
[Times of Zambia] NAPSA Stars Football Club preparations for the 2015 soccer season suffered a blow following the death of striker Elson Mkandawire.
[Times of Zambia] THE kerosene operated fridge at Kalindawalo Rural Health Centre (RHC) in Senior Chief Kalindawalo of Petauke in Eastern Province has been non-functional for more than six months now.
[Times of Zambia] A KITWE family suffering from a disease affecting the nervous system has appealed to Government and well wishers for support in accessing medication.
[Times of Zambia] THE Ndola Hindu Samaj in conjunction with Anekant Community Centre of the United States of America (USA), has donated medical equipment worth US$40,000 to Ndola Central Hospital (NCH) and Arthur Davison's Children Hospital (ADH).
[The Herald] Lusaka -The Zambian leader, who was at the National Heroes Stadium for the event, told hundreds of people who had thronged the stadium that he could not continue on the podium because he was not feeling well and asked to be ex- cused.
[Premium Times] The U-23 National Team, Dream Team VI, are through to the final round of qualifiers for the Men's Football Tournament of the 11th All-Africa Games, after a 2-0 win over Gabon's U-23 side in Abuja on Saturday.
[Times of Zambia] THREE brothers in Mazabuka have died after a riverbank collapsed and buried them alive during a fishing expedition on the Magoye River.