|Zambia: Airtel set to upgrade 242 sites|
Airtel Networks Zambia is upgrading its sites to improve the internet experience for customers across the country. According to Airtel, to date, 58 sites have been upgraded since July 2014 and the balance of the 242 remaining sites are expected to be completed by end of 2014. The 58 new sites (...)
[IT News Africa] 29/09/2014
Zambia: 'Sata Working Normally'
[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata is discharging his duties normally and giving valuable guidance to his delegation, Foreign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba has said.
Zambia: Sata's Shocking Trip to New York
[Zambia Reports]Sata's shocking sudden-flight to New York to attend the UN summit after a botched speech delivering escapade during the official opening of the fourth session of the eleventh national assembly and coming a day immediately after the event was rather too ambitious and too dramatic (...)
Zambia: President Sata Departs New York
[Zambia Reports]Just two days after suffering a health incident that required emergency medical treatment in his hotel room, and three days after he failed to appear for his speaking slot before the United Nations General Assembly, President Michael Sata today boarded a flight departing New (...)
Zambia: 'Sata Is Well'
[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata is well contrary to online and international media reports insinuating that he has been hospitalised, his son Mulenga has disclosed.
Zambia: 1,500 South Males Circumcised
[Times of Zambia]MORE than 1,500 males aged between 15 and 49 years last month underwent the Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) exercise in Choma.
BCF Hosts Independence Open
Botswana Chess Federation (BCF) will host International Open Chess Championships during independence holidays at Legae Academy in Gaborone. The tournament which is sponsored by Debswana and Kalahari Associates Botswana will feature players from Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa. BCF Public (...)
Zambia: Sata's Health is 'Normal', Says VP
[Zambia Reports]Vice President Guy Scott has claimed that the health of President Michael Sata who is attending the United Nations General Assembly in New York is normal.
Zambia: President Sata Gets Medical Treatment in New York
[VOA]Zambian President Michael Sata has been admitted to a hospital in New York city. Sata was in New York for the annual gathering of world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly, where he was scheduled to speak Wednesday.
MEJN for Border Information Desks on Simplified Trade Regime
The Malawi Economic Justice Network-MEJN has urged Government to set up Trade Information Desks at border posts which would be helping Small Cross-Border Traders with information on the Simplified Trade Regime-STR. According to MEJN, the governments of Zambia and Tanzania have already (...)
[Malawi Voice] 26/09/2014
Zambia: Government size vs. economic growth
2014-09-25 Zambia suffers from a bloated government. A streamlined government structure will cut wastage and is likely to yield huge savings from salaries, special allowances, and utility allowances. That money is needed for (...)
[Pambazuka News] 25/09/2014
Africa: AFCON Hosts Named
[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA yesterday missed out on the opportunity of hosting the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) after the Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) awarded the rights to Cameroon.
Zambia: How Can Dr Kaseba Proudly Giggle At Sata's Frail Frame?
[Zambia Reports]Watching First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba giggling as a frail looking President Michael Sata suffered through his 29 minutes torturous speech performance in parliament raised the question as to how it is that she has allowed her husband to carry on under the weight of (...)
Zambia: Sata Upbeat
[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata yesterday officially opened the fourth session of the 11th National Assembly and sounded optimistic of the country registering further positive economic gains in 2015.
Africa: Nations Bid for 2019, 2021 AFCON Hosting
[CAF]Algeria, Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Guinea and Zambia have all made their final push for considerations to be granted the rights to host and organize the Africa Cup of Nations in 2019 and 2021 with delegations from the five nations making 30 minutes presentations highlighting their proposed (...)
Zambia: Sata Fails to Complete Speech
[Zambia Reports]President Michael Sata's much anticipated speech before before parliament today did not go as planned, as the head of state was unable to complete his prepared speech, leaving the premises early.
Taxation and organized state criminality: The case of Zambia
2014-09-18 The serious allegations of tax fraud made against the publisher of a Zambian newspaper implicate a number of top ranking government officials and institutions, starting with President Michael Sata. These too should be held to account if there is full commitment to fighting corruption (...)
[Pambazuka News] 18/09/2014
Critical notes on the legal system of Zambia
Submission to the legal and Justice Sector Reform Commission in Zambia 2014-09-18 - http://globalvoicesonline.org/2013/10/11/only-six-of-250-student-lawyers-in-zambia-passed-the-bar-this-year/The whole Zambian legal system needs to be revamped. Still deeply rooted in its colonial origins, the (...)
[Pambazuka News] 18/09/2014
Zambia: Sata's Son Slaps Official
[Zambia Reports]There was a dramatic scene at State House on Wednesday morning when Lusaka Mayor Mulenga Sata slapped his father's spokesperson George Chellah for unspecified reasons while warning him to watch his back.
Zambia: 'Inject New Blood in Chipolopolo'
[Times of Zambia]OVER dependence on players that brought glory being crowned Africa Cup of Nations Champions in 2012 is proving too costly to the future and aspiration of developing our football in Zambia to an acceptable level.
Uganda/Zambia: FAZ Dares Uganda Over Players' Age
[Times of Zambia]THE Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has dared the Ugandan Football authorities to conduct Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) tests on the Zambian players to verify the players age.
Zambia: Electronic System - Way to Vote
[Times of Zambia]THERE has been debate surrounding the Electoral Commission of Zambia's (ECZ) decision to introduce a new system under which election results