Daily Mail
Napsa extend Chilumba leave
ALEX NJOVU, Lusaka NAPSA Stars have extended coach Tenant Chilumba’s leave by one month. Chilumba was sent on a four-week forced leave on September 5 due to undesired results. Club secretary Owen Chimpinde said in an interview in Lusaka yesterday that Linos Makwaza will continue...
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Farmers should look out for fake seeds
Analysis: BONIFACE SUSA WITH the rainy season around the corner, many farmers have started preparing for the next farming season. Quite often, a farmer is usually preoccupied with how and where he is going to buy agricultural inputs. For a farmer who produces crops, he needs qual...
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Zambia’s housing poverty worries PMRC’s Bernadette Deka
Housing deficit remain a huge challenge in Zambia. This is one of h the ramshackle houses in Lusaka’s Chibolya Compound, 53 years after Independence. picture by Pamela MulengaThe post Zambia’s housing poverty worries PMRC’s Bernadette Deka appeared first on Tumfweko.
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Mukata, co-accused ask court to acquit them
CAROLINE KALOMBE, Lusaka CHILANGA member of Parliament Keith Mukata and his co-accused Charmaine Musonda have asked the Lusaka High Court to acquit them of murder because the State prosecution team has failed to prove the case against them. Mukata, 45, a lawyer and politician, an...
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Daily Mail
Chipolopolo impress
ROBINSON KUNDA, Lusaka ARSENAL and Nigerian soccer icon Nwankwo Kanu has described Zambia as a future of African football. Kanu is proud of Zambia’s performance during last Saturday’s 2018 Russia World Cup qualifier against Nigeria in Uyo despite the Chipolopolo losing 1-0. The f...
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Daily Mail
Tambo: South African Zambian
MARGARET CHISANGA and FRANCIS CHEWE, Lusaka IF AT all there was a life after death, one from which the dead could view and overhear the conversations and opinions of those living on earth, then Oliver Tambo would be smiling at the knowledge that Zambian leaders he interacted with...
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Zambia’s agriculture sector improved
NANCY MWAPE, Lusaka THE World Bank says Zambia’s agriculture sector has improved driven by good rains although there is need to undertake structural measures that will improve economic productivity. World Bank lead economist and lead author of the report launched on Wednesday dub...
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