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Posts published in February 2021
[Cosafa] COSAFA representatives South Africa and Zambia have had their fate revealed at the 2021 Africa Under-17 Cup of Nations in Morocco from March 13-31 after both were drawn into difficult pools.
[Nairobi News] Under-fire Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier has asked the Confederation of African Football (Caf) to sanction the match referee who handled his team's chaotic Confederation Cup play-off match away to Zambia's Napsa Stars.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- Former Southampton striker Emmanuel Mayuka scored an added time penalty as Zambian side Napsa Stars forced out a 2-2 draw with Gor Mahia in Lusaka on Sunday to qualify for the group stages of the CAF Confederation Cup.
[Nairobi News] Gor Mahia are expected to depart for Zambia on Sunday ahead of the team's Caf Confederation Cup rematch versus Napsa Stars in the capital Lusaka and then return on the same day.
[UN News] In Zambia, where the climate crisis is making it increasingly difficult to earn a living, goat-rearing is being seen as a possible route to a better livelihood, and economic resilience.
[Nation] Kiambu Senator Kimani Wamatangi is now the official Senate Majority Whip.
[New Times] RwandAir, the national carrier, has suspended flights to three southern African countries amid concerns over a new Covid-19 variant there.
[DW] Zambia has been gearing up for talks with the IMF after becoming the first African nation to default on debt since the COVID-19 pandemic started. But analysts say an IMF loan is unlikely until after August elections.
[New Zimbabwe] Victoria Falls -- Zambia's Revenue Authority (ZRA) has announced it will ban exportation of a cocktail of goods including vehicles, household items and groceries through Victoria Falls Border starting on 1 March.
[Cosafa] Defending champions Morocco outplayed Zambia 3-1 to reach the semi-finals of the African Nations Championship on Sunday and end Cosafa interest in the tournament in Cameroon.
[The Conversation Africa] In the past decade, the work of medical volunteers in Africa has been heavily debated. These volunteers - often from Western Europe and North America - arrive in African countries to work in clinics and hospitals, providing me...