[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -Travelers can now book flights from across Zambia to South Africa thanks to the new agreement between Proflight Zambia and South Africa (SA) Express.
Posts published in “Day: January 20, 2016”
[CAF] Calliso Pasuwa (Head Coach, Zimbabwe)
[Mozambique News Reports & Clippings] "Urgent" repairs to the Kariba dam on the Zambezi river have been delayed for two years, but the World Bank says there is no danger. In 2015 the Institute of Risk Management South Africa published a report whic...
[WFP] Ertharin Cousin, the Executive Director of the World Food Programme, has just finished a three-day visit to Zambia. After meeting President Edgar Lungu, Vice President Inonge Wina and key ministers, she travelled to the food-producing south which is experiencing the second consecutive season of erratic rain, most recently due to the effects of El Niño. There she met smallholder farmers, private sector entrepreneurs as well as local community partners and government officials who shared their ins
[News24Wire] Zambian opposition party, the United Party for National Development, called President Edgar Lungu the weakest head of state the country had ever had, reports the Post.
[Zambia Reports] Musician General Kanene has not let the weight of being dropped as ambassador against gender based violence strain him and has said there is no love lost between him and President Edgar Lungu despite the act.
[Zambia Reports] Lupando Katoloshi Mwape did charm some people during his tenure as Republican President under late President Levy Patrick Mwanawasa. Was he not famed for his waist wriggling antics at weddings or other social events? After all that is ...
[Zambia Reports] It is very difficult to understand a man who has previously flown so high lose his bearings. Not that it does not happen so often in this part of the world. But when it happens to those that have the capacity to serve the situation the...
[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Lungu swept through opposition dominated Southern Province drawing crowds on his first comprehensive tour of the area since assuming office.
[Zambia Reports] All People's Congress (APC) President Nason Msoni has advised fellow political party leaders to refrain from prematurely declaring themselves winners of the August 11th General Election.
[Zambia Reports] The strain of facing up to the question of who will be the running mate in the opposition United Party for National Development seems to be getting out of hand with yet another name thrown in the ring.
[Zambia Reports] The Copperbelt University students have been put on ice with the first batch of allowances that they were protesting over being received.
[Zambia Reports] There is a looming strike by petroleum drivers across the country following a delay in addressing some of their grievances laid on the Energy Regulation Board.
[Zambia Reports] Zambia's Chipolopolo have defeated Zimbabwe 1-0 in their opening match of the 2016 African Nations Championship in Rwanda.
[Times of Zambia] Not too long ago, Fatima Abdirah joined a group of refugees that began a journey to Zambia after war broke out in their homeland Rwanda.
[Times of Zambia] Many business leaders attempt to create corporate cultures which enhance high performance but few have gone on record to succeed in this task.
[Times of Zambia] Three investors have expressed interest in constructing cement plants in Senior Chief Chiwala's area in Masaiti District on the Copperbelt.
[Times of Zambia] The Cross Border Traders Association of Zambia (CBTA) will this year construct a Trade Information Centre (TIC) at Nakonde border post in Muchinga Province.
[Times of Zambia] The amended Constitution has continued to inspire debate in the country.
[Times of Zambia] Every Kwacha that goes out of the country without a corresponding inflow potentially leaves the local currency weaker. In insurance it is difficult to stop this trend without building local capacity in terms of capital.