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Posts published in January 2020

Fate in Our Hands – Kaunda

[Times of Zambia] Coach Chris Kaunda says destiny is in Zanaco's hands to qualify for the CAF 2019/20 Confederation Cup quarter-finals.

‘Micho’ in, Finally

[Times of Zambia] Serbian Milutin 'Micho' Sredojević is set to ink a two year-deal as Chipolopolo coach with his salary believed to be around US$25, 000.

Zambia Seeks Increased Judicial Cooperation With Angola

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Attorney General of the Republic of Zambia, Irene Mambilima, last Wednesday in Lusaka expressed her country's willingness to increase judicial cooperation with Angola.

Kenyan Goalie Joins Zesco United

[Nation] Kenyan international Ian Otieno on Wednesday completed a three-year deal to Zambian top-flight league champions Zesco United, Nation Sport can reveal.

Malawi U-20 Women’s Team Loses 1-0 to Zambia

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Under 20 Women's Football Team on Tuesday narrowly lost 1-0 to Zambia in an international friendly match played at the Sunset Stadium away in Lusaka, Zambia.

Afrocups – 1º De Agosto Travel to Zambia for “Survival”

[ANGOP] Luanda -Without striker Zito Luvumbo, 1º de Agosto traveled this morning to Zambia, where they will play, against Zesco United, the fifth round of Group A of the League of African Champion Clubs in football, decisive for relaunch the chance to ...

Zambian Organisation Partners With NURC to Promote Unity

[New Times] Global Frontiers International Trust Limited (GFI), a Zambian faith-based organisation expressed commitment to replicate Rwanda's unity and reconciliation model to Zambia and other African countries.

Floods – Lungu Appeals to International Partners

[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu has urged Japan and other cooperating partners to help Zambia with best practices to deal with floods which have damaged infrastructure and washed away crops in selected parts of the country.

West Is Zambia – Lungu Assures Lozis

[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu has said that people of Western Province are Zambians and deserve a share of the country's wealth, however they choose to describe themselves.

‘Whoonga’ Headache!

[Times of Zambia] Health Authorities are raising serious concerns about what they say is a new phenomenon of drug abuse mostly by young people: anti-retroviral drugs (ARVs) mixed with marijuana in a cocktail called 'whoonga'.

Rain Displaces 700

[Times of Zambia] More than 700 families in various parts of Zambia have so far been displaced from their homes by flash floods triggered by heavy downpours in many districts since the onset of the rainy season.

Floods Threatening Food Security

[CAJ News] Lusaka -Heavy rain and floods are threatening the already fragile food security situation in Zambia.

Malawi Learns From Zambia On Quality Education

[Nyasa Times] Officials from the Malawi Education Sector Improvement Programme (MESIP) in the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, who went to Zambia on a tour of duty, have returned home with news that they have benefitted immensely.

U.S. Ambassador to Zambia Recalled Over Gay Rights Row

[Deutsche Welle] Diplomat Daniel Foote said Zambia was risking "degradation of your own citizens rights." The ambassador had angered the Zambian government after criticizing the imprisonment of a same-sex couple.

Equity Now Develops Cold Feet to Step Into Zambia, Mozambique Markets

[East African] A proposed transaction between regional lender Equity Group Holding and Atlas Mara Ltd (ATMA) has collapsed after the parties failed to reach an agreement on the valuation of four banks in Zambia, Mozambique, Tanzania and Rwanda.

Lifestyle Killing One in Three Zambians

[Times of Zambia] A LATEST health report on Zambia says one in every three deaths reported in the country across all ages is now due to non-communicable diseases.