[CISA] Lusaka -- The Zambia Conference of Catholic Bishops (ZCCB) have called on the clergy, the religious and the laity to apply urgent and decisive pastoral response as the country battles a second wave of the Covid-19.
Posts published in January 2021
[Namibian] Ohangwena police and their Zambian counterparts this afternoon exhumed four bodies of Namibian citizens who were killed by police in Zambia on 5 December 2019 in Lusaka.
[Times of Zambia] The debate on whether to have an inquest into the killing of State prosecutor Nsama Nsama and United Party for National Development (UPND) sympathiser Joseph Kaunda or not has continued.
[Times of Zambia] Nkana Constituency Member of Parliament Alexander Chiteme is disappointed over the selling of play parks in Kitwe to private developers without approval from the Kitwe City Council (KCC).
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has launched a personal scholarship programme to assist students from disadvantaged families to pursue tertiary education, as part of his philosophy that a nation can never develop faster than the development of its edu...
[Cosafa] Zambia sealed their place in the quarterfinals of the African Nations Championship following a 0-0 draw with COSAFA rivals Namibia in their final Group D clash on Wednesday.
[Cosafa] Zambia will be looking to qualify to the quarterfinals of the ongoing African Nations Championship (CHAN) when they face Namibia at Limbe Stadium on Wednesday.
[Cosafa] Namibia became the second COSAFA member to be eliminated from the African Nations Championship after being beaten 1-0 by Tanzania on Saturday but Zambia moved closer to advancing to the knockout stage.
[Namibian] INDIAN mining conglomerate Vedanta Resources has agreed to settle all claims Zambian villagers brought against it.
[CAJ News] Lusaka, Zambia -- A RALLY in the price of copper globally is a major boost for Zambia in its efforts to revive the economy impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) and drought.
[RFI] After six years of seeking damages for the pollution that has affected their lives, more than 2,500 Zambian villagers have been awarded a settlement by a UK company and its Zambian copper mining subsidiary.
[Daily News] TAIFA Stars are ready to play their first match in the unfolding Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) finals as they face Zambia at Limbe Omnisport Stadium in Cameroon on Tuesday.
[New Zimbabwe] The Bank of Zambia (BoZ) has ordered a top Zimbabwean banker, George Manyere to exit from both controlling shareholding and directorship in the fintech company MyBucks after violating banking rules.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] With running water close to home, women in four Zambian villages gain four hours per week for other activities, study finds
[UNFPA] When Moses Nkosi fell ill and was taken to hospital as a child, he was inspired by the health workers who attended him to follow in their footsteps. Achieving this dream was not easy, yet the challenges he faced may have helped prepare him to t...
[Cosafa] The Zambia side preparing for the African Nations Championship (CHAN) played to a 1-1 draw with fellow finalists Libya in their warm-up clash before the competition gets under way on Saturday.
[Cosafa] Zambia midfielder Benson Sakala says the team has adapted well to weather conditions in Cameroon ahead of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) that kicks off on January 16.
[ISS] Many African countries are sinking further into unsustainable debt. Last November Zambia epitomised the problem when it defaulted on a US$42.5 million payment on a Eurobond. 'The government went on a borrowing spree over the last few years and wa...
[Chatham House] The continent now has a chance to reshape its relations with the global economy to create greater pan-African prosperity and resilience for future generations.
[Monitor] Former Cranes coach Micho Sredojevic was supposed to return to Uganda in March last year for a pre-Chan mini-tournament.