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Roger Federer loses in second round of Wimbledon

186 ViewsBy Sian Cowper Defending champion Roger Federer has lost to Sergiy Stakhovsky in the second round at Wimbledon. The world number three claimed the first set in a tiebreak, but the Ukrainian leveled the match through another breaker in the second. The duo remained well-matched in the third, but Stakhovsky managed to claim the […]

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Equatorial Guinea withdraw from COSAFA cup

138 ViewsEquatorial Guinea has withdrawn from the COSAFA cup tournament which will be hosted by Zambia. The Central African side has cited lack of funds for their pulling out of the tournament. The withdrawal of Equitorial Guniea leaves group A with only three teams, Namibia, Seychelles and Mauritius. And COSAFA cup Zambia 2013 Organising Committee […]

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Livingstone stadium construction to take off soon – Veep

247 ViewsVice Presiident Guy Scott says the construction of the coumtry’s fourth mordern stadium in Livingstone will start soon. He said governmemt has already advertised the tenderfor the stadium stating construction will start as soon as the contractor is picked. He also disclosed that government has also allocated KR 3 million in the 2013 for […]

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Power unveils Coach Chilumba

198 ViewsPower Dynamos football club has finally unveiled Tenant Chilumba as its new. Chilumba who was appointed last week replaces Beston Chambeshi who was fired by the club two weeks ago. He has been appointed on a one year renewable contract. He has also been given the powers to appoint his own  assistants. The new […]

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Kambwili hopful of Zambia’s qualification to World Cup

234 ViewsSports Minister Chishimba Kambwili has remained hopeful of Zambia’s qualifications to  the 2014 Brazil world cup. Kambwili said he has faith in the team and is very confident that they will qualify to the next round. He said the draw was a blessing in disquise stating that the team would have been complacent going […]

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Will God be on our side today?

201 ViewsBy Chimuka Moono Hanyama The tables are set. Today is the day when Chipolopolo’s resilience will be put to test. How much will they be elastic to the demands of the fans, nation, well wishers and even ancestors? Will the boys manage to suffocate the tall desert adapted Cranes? Its clear, the nation is […]

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Live commentaries: Chipolopolo line up, miner changes

155 ViewsZambia National Team Coach Herve Renard has made only one change to the team that beat Lesotho on Saturday June 8,2013. Renard has dropped keeper Danny Munyau and replaced him with first choice Keeper Kennedy Mweene who missed the last encounter due to suspension. He has however maintained the squad that started against Lesotho. […]

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Power appoints Zimbabwe based Chilumba as Coach

169 ViewsKitwe giants, Power Dynamos has appointed former national team player Tenant Chilumba as its new coach. Chilumba who was until his appointment coach of FC Platinum of Zimbabwe replaces, Beston Chambeshi who was fired earlier this month (June) after recording a string of poor results. He is expected to be unveiled as coach any […]

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Fifa elects Burundi’s Lydia Nsekera as first woman executive

325 ViewsBurundi FA president Lydia Nsekera has been elected as the first woman to Fifa’s powerful executive committee in the governing body’s 109-year history. Nsekera, 46, will serve a four-year term on the committee after winning the vote at the Fifa congress in Mauritius. She collected 95 of the 203 votes ahead of Australian Moya […]

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FAZ maintains gate charges for Zambia, Sudan game

133 ViewsThe Football Association (FAZ) has maintained the gate charges for the Zambia -Sudan game slated for Saturday June 15, 2013. According to MTN football.com the FAZ Spokesperson Erick Mwanza said the tickets will stilL be perked at Kr20, Kr50 and Kr100 respectively. Mwanza has also disclosed that the national team has resumed trainings ahead […]

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