[UNEP] As the sun sets in central Zambia, orange rays reflect across the Lukanga Swamp, a vast wetland spanning 2,600 km2.
Posts published in March 2022
[UNEP] Located in Zambia's North-Western Province, the greater Kafue National Park and West Lunga ecosystem complex was once home to an abundance of ancient rosewood trees and a host of other endemic and endangered species.
[Premium Times] There has been a confirmed death after the World Cup qualifier between Nigeria and Ghana and the NFF may have violated some FIFA security regulations
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- The Zambian husband and wife crew of Leroy and Urshlla Gomes will be looking to conquer the demanding Kenyan terrain when the second round of the FIA African Rally Championship (ARC) gets underway in Naivasha this weekend.
[Times of Zambia] AS the world increasingly looks toward an energy transition, Zambia can take advantage of the appetite for electric vehicles to be in the queue of prospects as a key supplier of the green revolution.
[Cosafa] After three days of meandering through the freezing Baghdad weather, the Chipolopolo boys will finally get the opportunity to prove worthy opponents of their better ranked hosts at the Al Madina Stadium.
[Daily News] NAMUNGO said the four friendly matches they have lined up in Lusaka, Zambia will help them to shape their squad before the resumption of the NBC Premier League fixtures.
[African Arguments] But now by President Hichilema, the man who vowed to rescue it.
[New Frame] His making the rounds of several English clubs in a great variety of roles has turned him into the ideal mentor to impart his knowledge to others at the elite level of the country's football.
[Egypt Online] Acting Health Minister Khaled Abdel Ghaffar on Sunday discussed at a meeting with Zambian Ambassador in Cairo Topply M Lubaya means of boosting cooperation in scientific, research and health fields.
[New Era] President Hage Geingob yesterday paid homage to former Zambian president Rupiah Banda, saying his death is a monumental loss to the people of Namibia, both as a staunch advocate for the democracy the country enjoys today and as having been a ...
[ANGOP] Luanda -- The Angolan Minister of Foreign Affairs, Téte António, on Thursday in Lusaka, expressed to the Zambian Head of State, Hakainde Hichilema, a verbal message from President João Lourenço.
[The Herald] The State funeral for former Zambian President Rupiah Banda has started at Lusaka Showgrounds, with President Mnangagwa among heads of state and governments and former leaders from the region who are attending the event.
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has described the late former Zambian President Rupiah Banda as a Pan-Africanist and a regional icon.
[World Bank] Members of the World Bank Group Board of Directors* completed a three-day visit to the Republic of Zambia, where they experienced firsthand some of the work being implemented with World Bank support. The delegation reaffirmed the Bank's pa...
EJS Center for Women and Development Research Finds Significant Gender Bias in Zambia’s Election Coverage
[New Dawn] A recent report released by the EJS Center has highlighted the chronic underreporting of women candidates in the run-up to the general and presidential elections held in Zambia in 2021. The report analyzed 1,344 articles across 8 Zambian new...
[Shabelle] Zambian President Hakainde Hichilema on Monday held talks with Somalia's Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Relations Abdisaid Muse Ali where they pledged to enhance the bilateral cooperation between the two countries.
[Govt of SA] President Cyril Ramaphosa has on behalf of government and the people of Republic of South Africa conveyed heartfelt condolences to the government and people of Republic Zambia following the passing of former President Rupiah Bwezani Banda.
[Times of Zambia] In this era of rapid development, the sustainability of the earth remains of paramount importance. Stories of developmental waste, especially from mining activities sipping into water bodies and later into homes is well-documented.
[Times of Zambia] To many ordinary Zambians, former presidents who have passed on are remembered largely for their physical statures and personalities than the policies they made while in office.