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Kenyatta wins Africa’s President of the Year Award

Kenyatta wins Africa’s President of the Year Award

Kenyan President President Uhuru Kenyatta has been voted Africa’s President of the Year 2014/2015 for his outstanding leadership. President Kenyatta who visits Zambia this weekend was picked for the prestigious Africa Education and Leadership Awards for his ability to build consensus locally and abroad, efforts to change policies for the better and supervise solutions that […]

Warriors not here to sit back and defend – coach

Namibia National Football team Coach Ronnie Kanalelo says his boys are ready to face Zambia in Saturday’s 2016 CHAN first round, second leg qualifier to be played at Lusaka’s Nkoloma Stadium. Speaking on arrival at the Kenneth Kaunda International Airport, Kanalelo said he has psyched the players not to be complacent with the 2-1 lead […]

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Cargill’s Africa Learning Journey explores Zambia’s food system to strengthen global food security

To mark its 150th anniversary this year, Cargill is convening diverse groups of thought leaders to go on a series of Learning Journeys around the world starting with Africa.  The Africa Learning Journey, which explored the food systems in Zambia first-hand during the week of 21 June, is part of Cargill’s commitment to strengthen global food security and aims to […]

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National Breweries poised for expansion

Chibuku manufacturer National Breweries Plc is poised for expansion following the commissioning last year of its new state-of-the-art production plant in Lusaka, shareholders were told during the company’s annual general meeting (AGM) today (July 1). This financial year ending Mach 31, 2015, saw the company stepping up focus and investment on improving efficiencies, product quality and capability enhancement. This was […]

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Namulambe breathes fire over poor Mpongwe Mission Hospital Mortuary workmanship

Mpongwe Central Constituency member of parliament Gabriel Namulambe has called for the suspension of contractor  handling  works of the new Mpongwe mission hospital mortuary. This came to light after safety and health inspectors from the ministry of community development, mother and child health declared the structure currently under construction unsafe and below quality standards. Mr Namulambe has further commended […]

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Shamenda extols Airtel-Zambia

Labour and Social Security Minister Fackson Shamenda has paid tribute to Airtel-Zambia for donating equipment which will speed-up the resolution of labour issues across the country. Mr. Shamenda said government greatly appreciates Airtel-Zambia’s corporate social responsibility not only in the communication sector but in many other vital sectors of the economy. He was speaking when Airtel handed over call […]

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Lwandamina names 27-man squad for Sunday CHAN qualifier

Zambia National Soccer Team caretaker Coach George Lwandamina has summoned 27 players for the CHAN second-leg qualifier against Namibia Scheduled for Sunday July 5 at Nkololma Stadium in Lusaka. Among them are Mufulira Wanderers F.C Defender Allan Kamwanga, Webster Nakambala Leopards F.C and Boyd Mkandawire of NAPSA stars F.C . Lwandamina has picked five players from his premier […]

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Protesters oppose London Responsible Extractive Summit

Representatives from Foil Vedanta, People of Colour in Global Women’s Strike, Black dissidents, All Africa Women’s Group and Parai for Freedom today opposed the 6th Annual Responsible Extractives Summit (3) at the Tower Bridge Hilton Hotel in London today. They held a theatrical trial of some of the conference attendees and key public figures from […]

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A research conducted by the Assegai Foundation, on why pupils in rural areas perform badly in exams compared to their counterparts in urban areas has revealed that most teachers in rural areas are engaged in extramural activities that have absolutely nothing to do with the welfare of pupils nor reasons they were deployed in those […]

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Barotse Royal Establishment Successfully Submit additional comments & observations on admissibility

Following the Respondent State (Zambia) submissions requesting the African Commission on Human and People’s Rights (ACHPR) to throw out Barotseland’s submissions in the Communication ACHPR/COMM/429/12/ZAM ‘THE NGAMBELA OF BAROTSELAND AND OTHERS V. ZAMBIA’, the Barotse Royal Establishment (BRE) have, through the office of the Ngambela, successfully submitted additional observations and comments on Zambia’s evasive response. […]

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