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The Nakambala Sugar Estate was founded in 1964 by Tate & Lyle Limited, on the southeastern edge of the Kafue Flats at Mazabuka. By 1968 the estate was growing sugar cane on 1,680 hectares (4,200 acres), using the sugar mill which had been moved from Tate & Lyle’s failed sugar operation at Chirundu and irrigation water from the Kafue River. By 1976 the estate was producing 68,000 tonnes (74,957 tons) of sugar from 6,650 hectares (16,400 acres) under cultivation. Production rose to over 90,000 tonnes (99,208 tons) of refined sugar from 9,000 hectares (22,239 acres) of farmland, by 1983.

Zesco Takes Fight for 2nd Spot to the Wire

[Zambia Reports] It is still game on for the second position in the Zambian Super League going into final round of matches this weekend after Zesco United thumped Nakambala Leopards 4-0 to conclude their outstanding matches.

Zesco Shocks ‘Sweetness’ Out of Nakambala

[Times of Zambia] ZESCO United demolished Nakambala Leopards in front of their heart broken fans to move into second position and put their CAF Confederations Cup destiny firmly in their grip.

Nakambala Karate Open Deferred

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA's participation in the Zone Six Karate championship has forced the Nakambala Karate Open championship, which was scheduled for this weekend in Mazabuka, to be deferred to next month.

Cholera Kos FAZ Fixture

[Times of Zambia] THE highly anticipated Super League clash between Nakambala Leopards and Nchanga Rangers slated for Nakambala Stadium was postponed due to the cholera outbreak in Mazabuka.

Power Switched Off… As Nakambala Derail Zesco

[Times of Zambia] ZESCO United missed an opportunity to to go six points clear at the summit of the MTN-FAZ Super League table after the champions were left frustrated by a struggling Nakambala Leopards side in this Week 18 fixture.

Leopards Send Ngwenya On Leave

[Times of Zambia] COACH Dick Ngwenya has been sent on a three weeks leave following Nakambala Leopards poor run in the MTN-FAZ Super League.

Leopards Send Ngwenya On Leave

[Times of Zambia] COACH Dick Ngwenya has been sent on a three weeks leave following Nakambala Leopards poor run in the MTN-FAZ Super League.

Zesco, Power Grind Out Wins

[Times of Zambia] A GOAL in each half propelled Zesco United to move equal on points with leaders Zanaco after yesterday's hard fought win over Nakambala Leopards in an MTN-FAZ Super League Week Three rescheduled encounter.

Zesco, Power Grind Out Wins

[Times of Zambia] A GOAL in each half propelled Zesco United to move equal on points with leaders Zanaco after yesterday's hard fought win over Nakambala Leopards in an MTN-FAZ Super League Week Three rescheduled encounter.

Zesco, Power Grind Out Wins

[Times of Zambia] A GOAL in each half propelled Zesco United to move equal on points with leaders Zanaco after yesterday's hard fought win over Nakambala Leopards in an MTN-FAZ Super League Week Three rescheduled encounter.

Zesco Eye Top Slot

[Times of Zambia] CHAMPIONS Zesco United make a trip to Mazabuka to face the 'Sweet boys' Nakambala Leopards in a MTN-FAZ Super League Week Three rescheduled encounter aiming for a win to close in on league leaders Zanaco.

Zesco Eye Top Slot

[Times of Zambia] CHAMPIONS Zesco United make a trip to Mazabuka to face the 'Sweet boys' Nakambala Leopards in a MTN-FAZ Super League Week Three rescheduled encounter aiming for a win to close in on league leaders Zanaco.

Zanaco Seek to Extend Lead

[Times of Zambia] THE 2015 MTN/FAZ Super League enters Week Seven with Zanaco hoping to maintain their healthy lead at the summit of the table away to Nakambala Leopards.

Eagles Retain Top Slot… As Power, Buffaloes, Nkwazi Win

[Times of Zambia] EARLY league pacesetters Green Eagles maintained their one-point slender lead at the summit of the MTN-FAZ Super League table despite dropping two massive points against Nakambala Leopards in a Week Four clash.

Mwale Re-Elected As Nakambala Chairperson

[Times of Zambia]LLOYD Mwale retained his position as Nakambala Leopards Football Club chairperson after beating Philemon Mbewe during an elective Annual General Meeting at the weekend.

Mwale Re-Elected As Nakambala Chairperson

[Times of Zambia]LLOYD Mwale retained his position as Nakambala Leopards Football Club chairperson after beating Philemon Mbewe during an elective Annual General Meeting at the weekend.

Nakambala Holds Polls

[Times of Zambia]ALL except one position will be up for grabs today when Nakambala Leopards Football Club holds its elective annual general meeting in Mazabuka.

Nakambala Holds Polls

[Times of Zambia]ALL except one position will be up for grabs today when Nakambala Leopards Football Club holds its elective annual general meeting in Mazabuka.