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Posts published in April 2022

Nyamupfukudza Duo Set for Zambia Motocross Meet

[The Herald] NYAMUPFUKUDZA siblings, Tadiwanashe and Victors, are set to spread their footprints in the motocross circles across the region when they take part in the Eureka Championships scheduled for Lusaka, Zambia, next week.

Kenya Lionesses Drawn With Uganda, Zambia for Africa 7s

[Capital FM] Nairobi -- The Kenya Lionesses have been drawn with neighbors Uganda and Zambia ahead of this weekend's Africa 7s, which will also double up as a qualifier for the Women's Rugby Sevens World Cup.

Public Private Dialogue Forum Set for Launch

[Times of Zambia] President Hakainde Hichilema is today expected to launch the Public Private Dialogue (PPD) Forum, which seeks to strengthen private sector engagement in Zambia's economic development.

U.S. Report Shows Massive PF Violations, Criminalities

[Times of Zambia] The United States (US)'s 2021 Zambia Human Rights report has highlighted massive human right violations and criminalities in the run up to the August, 12, 2021 general elections under the Patriotic Front (PF) administration.

Card-Issuing Startup Union54 Raises U.S.$12 Million Led By Tiger Global

[TechCrunch] Zambian card issuing fintech Union54 has raised $12 million in a seed extension round led by Tiger Global. Other participating investors in this financing round include existing ones such as Vibe VC and new investors Earl Grey Capital and ...

Launch of Report On LGBTIQ+ Lived Experiences in Zambia

[SALC] On 5 April 2022, TransBantu Zambia (TBZ) in partnership with Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) will launch a research report on lived experiences of LGBTIQ+ persons in Zambia entitled "Key issues related to sexual orientation, gender iden...

How Multinationals Avoid Taxes in Africa and What Should Change

[The Conversation Africa] In developing countries, and the sub-Saharan region especially, the scale of unmet basic needs is enormous. It is estimated that 3 billion people in the developing world subsist on less than US$2 a day per person.

Rwanda, Zambia Sign Seven Pacts

[New Times] Rwanda has signed seven agreements with Zambia as the two countries seek to deepen bilateral relations.

President Kagame Visits Zambia

[New Times] President Paul Kagame has arrived in Livingstone, Zambia for a two-day state visit.