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Posts published in March 2020

COVID-19 Cases Ris to 35

[Times of Zambia] Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases have climbed to 35, with Health Minister Chitalu Chilufya stating that all the cases are directly linked to the 'Pakistan tree' which is being closely monitored.

Title Deeds Hold Up Stadia Upgrade

[Times of Zambia] The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) says the programme to upgrade stadia across the country under the FIFA agreed strategic objectives and projects have stalled due to lack of title deeds.

Zambian Man Denied Bail On Murder Charge

[Namibian] A 26-YEAR-OLD Zambian man who allegedly fatally shot his wife last week and is facing a murder charge was denied bail in the Katima Mulilo Magistrates Court on Friday.

Willdale Eyes Zambia, Mozambique

[The Herald] Zimbabwe Stock Exchange listed manufacturer of a wide range of bricks, Willdale Bricks, is contemplating opening up new markets in Zambia and Mozambique to expand its clientele base.

Zambian Woman Killed By Husband

[Namibian] A 21-YEAR-OLD Zambian woman was shot and killed by her husband on Tuesday in the Macaravan West compound at Katima Mulilo.

Anzisha Prize – Developing Entrepreneurship Into a Career

[allAfrica] Cape Town -"The most important thing we can all do when it comes to very young entrepreneurship is realising that we're all potential supporters of this work. If you're a parent you can support a young person or your child in their decision...

Zambian Judicial Officers Meet Chief Justice Malaba

[The Herald] A 10-member delegation from the Zambia Judicial Service Commission is in the country to learn the performance management system from their counterparts, which they are applying countrywide.

TAZARA Delivers One Million Litres of Fuel to Zambia

[Daily News] THE Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA) has delivered over one million litres of gas oil to New Kapiri Mposhi, Zambia, with the first train of 24 fuel-tank wagons of gas oil from Dar es Salaam port, under a transportation agreement ...

Speaker Lusaka Halts Planned Senate Inquiry On Nairobi Take-Over

[Capital FM] By Davis Ayega, Nairobi -Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka has vacated orders on a planned inquiry by a Senate joint committee on the controversial takeover of Nairobi county functions by the national government.

Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Zambia Organisations Revisit Cyclone Idai

[263Chat] Seven civic organizations operating in Southern Africa have gathered Cyclone Idai survivors, community representatives, government and civil society organizations (CSOs) from Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Zambia to discuss disaster preparedness in...

Biofortified Crop Project Reaches Refugees

[IPS] Lusaka, Zambia -The Mutwales farm a small plot of land in the camp, growing primarily cassava and maize for food. They are also one of the 105 refugee farming families participating in an initiative during the 2019/2020 growing season to help the...