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Posts published in December 2022

Zesco rope in Janza

By NDINAWE SIMPELWE-ZESCO United has appointed Honor Janza as the club’s Technical Director, two days after the appointment of George Lwandamina as head coach.

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Amref lauds Zambia’s efforts in health financing

By Moses Chimfwembe – AMREF Health Africa has lauded Zambia for its commitment to improve healthcare services over the past few years.This is at a time when the continent has been struggling to achieve adequate health financing owing to the COVID-19 pandemic coupled with economic challenges.To begin with, Africa remains a continent with very low […]

Over $8m agro grant sealed

By MAIMBOLWA MULIKELELAGOVERNMENT and the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) have signed a US$8.3 million grant to enhance Zambia’s agriculture production and productivity through infrastructure investments. Read more

UK dangles £650m for developing African nations

By MARY WAMBUI-The United Kingdom will contribute £650 million to the African Development Fund (ADF) towards high impact and low-cost finance projects in developing nations in Africa.

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Align your work with Govt vision, Nzovu prods Zambian missions

By MAIMBOLWA MULIKELELA-Green Economy and Environment Minister Collins Nzovu has called on Zambian missions abroad to align their work with the Government’s vision to enable the country register sustained economic growth.

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‘Expedite digitalisation of economy’

By CHATULA KANGALI-THE Ndola District Chamber of Commerce and Industry(NDCCI) has called on Government to expedite the digitalisation of the economy to help Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) reduce the cost of doing business.Read more

Grave discovery

A MAN believed to be in his 50s of Mulupusho Village in Chibombo District of Central Province has been found dead in a graveyard with a slit throat.

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Testing Stool Can Help Detect TB in Children

[spotlight] Most tuberculosis (TB) testing today relies on sputum samples coughed up from the lungs. This makes intuitive sense since pulmonary (or lung) TB is the most common form of TB and sputum provides testable samples straight from the scene of i...

Four Nations Listed for Uhuru Squash Open

[Daily News] THE annual Uhuru Squash Open is back to conquer the hearts of sports lovers as players from Uganda, Zambia and Kenya have confirmed participating in the event.