Press "Enter" to skip to content

Posts published in December 2018

Chiefs Want President Lungu to Lobby AU Over Child Marriages

[Times of Zambia] FOUR Traditional leaders on ending Early Child Marriages and Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) have asked President Lungu to lobby the African Union (AU) and partners to scale up resources for the implementation of African Traditional L...

Football Disappoints

[Times of Zambia] SPORTS Minister Moses Mawere has described the 2018 sporting season as successful despite the country's failure to qualify for the 2019 African Cup of Nations (Afcon).

Govt Offers Land for Wakanda One Village

[The Herald] Government has pledged 2000ha to the African Union for the Wakanda One village to be shared by Zimbabwe and Zambia as part of joint development efforts across Southern Africa.

Govt Protests Against US Debt Claims

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA has sent an official de'marche (diplomatic letter of protest) to the United States government requesting a retraction of a portion of a statement made by National Security Advisor John Bolton, claiming that China intends to rep...

Mushure, Dauda Cross Zambezi

[The Herald] WARRIORS defenders Ocean Mushure and Dennis Dauda have become the latest Zimbabwean players to join the Zambian league after penning two-year deals with that country's soccer giants Lusaka Dynamos.

Young Warriors Stun Hosts to Reach Cosafa Final

[New Zimbabwe] Inform Young Warriors striker Delic Murimba netted his fourth of the campaign as Zimbabwe stunned hosts Zambia with a 2-1 victory to set up a final meeting with holders South Africa at the 2018 COSAFA Under-20 Championships at the Nkana ...

Ndlovu Predicts Tough Assignment in Zambia

[The Herald] YOUNG Warriors coach Bekithemba Ndlovu has predicted a tough assignment against Zambia in today's semi-finals of the MOPANI Copper Mines COSAFA Under-20 Championships at Nkana Stadium in Kitwe, Zambia. Zimbabwe beat Botswana and Lesotho in...

Batoka Project to Spur Industrial Growth

[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe and Zambia have said the multi-billion Batoka Gorge Hydro Electric Scheme project will go a long way in reigniting local industry and providing employment for peoples of the two neighbouring countries.

How New Media Platforms Have Become Powerful Across Africa

[The Conversation Africa] Online platforms have become an important site for political and social engagement. On the one hand they have been praised for their progressive characteristics. This is because they offer great organising potential, enhance p...

25 Years On, Malawi and Zambia Still Struggling With Borders

[] Cape Town -Since 2004, when the AU Commission directed all countries with outstanding border disputes to clearly mark their boundaries by the end of 2010, Zambia and Malawi have been working on solving problems caused by blurry border l...

Zambia Win Two From Two, Zimbabwe Seal Semifinal Spot

[CAF] Hosts Zambia made it two wins from two Group A games as they kept on course for the semifinals of the 2018 MOPANI Copper Mines COSAFA Under-20 Championships with a 2-0 victory over DR Congo at the Nkana Stadium on Thursday.

Govt Withdraws Motor Vehicle Replacement Allowance

[Times of Zambia] THE Government has withdrawn the motor vehicle replacement allowance and eligible offices will revert to their previous conditions of service effective January next year.

Lungu Mourns Bush

[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu has sent a message of condolences to his United States counterpart Donald Trump over the death of former US President George H.W. Bush on Friday last week

Inmates Still Human Beings – Lungu

[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu says there is need to improve the living standards of inmates because incarceration does not mean loss of human dignity.

Mother Accused of Selling Her One-Month-Old Baby

[Times of Zambia] A teanage mother of Mansa is under arrest along with her brother and a female traditional healer for selling her one-month-old baby to the sangoma for K1,500 and a mobile phone as top-up.