THE MDC-T unveiled Thursday an economic plan it said would create one million jobs and reverse laws compelling foreign businesses to sell or surrender 51 percent ownership to Zimbabweans. The Read more
Government has dismissed media reports insinuating that Zambia is not ready to host the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) General Assembly which will be co-hosted with neighbouring Zimbabwe. Tourism Read more
UKZAMBIANS: Explain about yourself? I was born in Mansa, Luapula Province, in the northcentral part of Zambia. I share my mother (Kapya Joyce Kalebaila) with one brother (Chanda Mubanga) and Read more
By STEPHEN PHIRI ZAMBIA under-23 national team coach Lucky Msiska says he regrets failing to qualify to the group stage of the 2012 London Olympic Games. “I really wanted to Read more
This week, I will continue rekindling your memories of yesteryears with events (both political and social) that have defined Zambian history. I will start with four items in the music Read more
Mr Chiluba died on Saturday morning (Zambian time) on 18th June 2011. He was 68. Chiluba suffered from acute heart problems. Soon after President Frederick JT Chiluba swept to Read more
Zimbabwe’s Mr Ugly 2011, Austin Mbewe, flanked by runners-up Kudakwashe Chiramba (left) and Chitova Chezira. Far right is last year’s winner Elmas Moses Photo | NEW ZIMBABWE | Austin Mbewe, 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
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