First Lady Christine Kaseba-Sata has arrived in New York, United States of America to attend the 57th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) being held at Read more
Women who ate at least three servings of blueberries and strawberries per week had fewer heart attacks. These berries contain high levels of compounds that have cardiovascular benefits. Eating three Read more
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has urged President Rupiah Banda, opposition leaders and all Zambians to hold free, fair, transparent and violence-free elections this year. And President Banda defended Read more
The US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton has condemned political violence ahead of this year’s general elections. Mrs Clinton has since advised that Zambia continues to set a good model Read more
The meeting in Zambia has drawn one of the largest U.S. delegations to Africa in years. LUSAKA, Zambia—U.S. officials and business leaders have gathered here for a bout of soul-searching Read more
Zambia has a dire shortage of health workers, fewer than 646 doctors, about 28% of its target of 2300, according to a study done by the ministry of health and Read more
One in three Africans is middle class, a rising group of consumers to rival those of China and India, researchers have found. Record numbers of people in Africa own houses Read more
We can recall a time when Zambians came to the United Kingdom to pursue an honourable life with similarly honourable intentions, but that was way back in the 1970s and Read more
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