[The Herald] A coalition of five Southern African countries met recently in Malawi to discuss ways to address the growing global anti-tobacco lobby which is imposing tighter regulations and heavy taxes on the golden leaf, a major source of export earni...
Posts published in September 2019
[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -The senior women national football team will leave tomorrow for Lusaka, Zambia where they will play against Copper Queens of Zambia in the first leg of the Tokyo 2020 third round Olympic qualifier.
[Monitor] Uganda are certain to move to the quarterfinals of the Cosafa U-17 Championships owing to their 11-0 win over hosts Mauritius on Sunday.
[Monitor] Kampala -Coach Ayub Khalifan left for Mauritius assured that his team can fight for top place in the Cosafa U17 Women Championship that gets underway today in Port Luis.
[Conservation Action] "It is our land. We are the custodians." - Felix Shanungu, President of the Zambia National Community ResourcesBoard (ZNCRB).
[Lesotho Times] LESOTHO'S Rugby Sevens side failed to replicate its recent impressive form in the Zambia Sevens International Tournament where it came sixth last weekend.
[ANGOP] Luanda -1º de Agosto squad last Saturday in Zambia beat the local Green Eagles team by 2-1, in the first leg of the last eliminatory phase of access to the group stage of the African Champion Clubs Cup in football.
[East African] Zambian immigration authorities on Saturday announced they have deported a Chinese national for allegedly using abusive language towards Zambians and government officials.
[Times of Zambia] Vice-President Inonge Wina has described the late Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe as a brave African leader who never minced his words when defending the sovereignty of Zimbabwe and Africa.
[Times of Zambia] The United States (US) Embassy in Zambia has said the drug dealing case reported on social media said to involve a Lusaka businessman is actually closed.
[Times of Zambia] A scam has been unearthed in which a cartel of local contractors and suppliers is accused of hijacking the bulk of the mandatory 20 per cent allocation of construction contracts reserved for Zambians.
[New Era] Katima Mulilo -Zambezi regional police commander Commissioner Karel Theron says the second phase of the Kalahari Desert Operation is progressing well in the region.
[Daily Maverick] Zambia and other African states supported the Struggle for liberation in South Africa, hosting exiles and giving material backing, and our trade and trade routes are interlinked - xenophobia has no place in Africa.
[Nairobi News] A Zambian Deejay has refuted claims on social media and blogs that he was beaten to a pulp on Thursday by revellers in a night club for playing music by South African artistes.
[Balancing Act] London -DTT was always going to be hard to finance in Africa's smaller broadcast market's. Zambia's public DTT signal distributor TopStar - a joint venture between Government broadcaster and China's StarTimes - seems to be in financial ...
[New Zimbabwe] THE Zimbabwe national women's football team faces a ban from FIFA sanctioned matches after the Mighty Warriors boycotted their 2022 Tokyo Olympic Games second round, second leg encounter against Zambia which was scheduled for National Sp...
[SAFA] 4 September 2019 - The South African Football Association (SAFA) has confirmed that Bafana Bafana will play Madagascar in a friendly international match on Saturday, 7 September at Orlando Stadium.
[VOA] South Africa has begun assessing the toll of the week's anti-immigrant violence, which, according to authorities, has claimed 10 lives, injured scores more, incited fear, hobbled business activity, and strained relations with other African countr...
[Times of Zambia] Proflight Zambia has launched its second route into South Africa with the start of a three-time weekly service direct from Ndola to Johannesburg.
[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu has reshuffled a number of permanent secretaries, terminated one and announced he will not be renewing the contractors for two others winding down next month.