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Posts published in February 2020

Bid for Lungu, Hichilema Talks Backed

[Times of Zambia] The fresh proposal for President Edgar Lungu and United Party for National Development (UPND) leader Hakainde Hichilema to have dialogue has continued receiving support from stakeholders.

Absa Life Pays Out K100m

[Times of Zambia] ABSA Life Zambia has paid out more than K100 million in customer benefits from 2008 to-date.

Russian Senators Seek Better Ties With Zambia

[East African] Russia's top parliamentary official Valentina Matviyenko held talks with Zambia's President Edgar Lungu at State House in Lusaka Tuesday, signalling another bid by Moscow to boost relations with the southern Africa country.

Trees Are Life

[UNEP] Big, small, flourishing or stumbling, tree nurseries in Africa come in all shapes and forms, and with varying quality. Some are owned by governments, others by non-profit groups, others still by individual farmers.

House of Chiefs Tackles Lunda-Luvale Conflicts

[Times of Zambia] The House of Chiefs has said a special committee will be constituted to address persistent tribal conflicts between the Lunda and Luvale people of Zambezi District in North-Western Province.

Kenyan International Scores on Zesco Debut

[Nation] Former AFC Leopards striker Mark Makwatta scored his first goal on his debut for Zambian champions Zesco United on Sunday.

New Coach Micho Ready for Zambia’s Defining Moment

[Monitor] Micho Sredojevic loves challenges. When he left Rwanda after a rather poor run in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers, Uganda were a bit low on morale following successive close-shave Afcon qualifications.

Zambia Opposition Leader HH Lauds Malawi On Electoral Justice

[Nyasa Times] The Zambian main opposition, United Party for National Development (UPND), has lauded Malawi on its handling of the 2019 presidential election in which the court ruled that it be nullified and that fresh elections be held in 150 days.

Blow to Ingwe as Top Striker Joins Zambian Giants

[Nairobi News] Kenyan Premier League (KPL) side AFC Leopards have been dealt with a huge blow ahead of their Sunday tie against Ulinzi Stars with top marksman John Mark Makwata ditching the club to join Zambian giants Zesco United.