Zambia national team captain Enock Mwepu has been discharged from the Polyclinique Pasteur de Bamako, the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has confirmed. Mwepu who had been admitted at the hospital for the past four days has been discharged and has left for his base where he is expected to undergo further treatment. Mwepu, who
By Hannock Kasama The death toll in yesterday’s Great East Road Accident in Lusaka has risen to Twelve. Ten victims died on the spot while two others died at LEVY MWANAWASA University Teaching Hospital. LEVY MWANAWASA University Teaching Hospital Public Relations Officer, CHIZONGO SICHIWENA has confirmed to ZNBC News today that the death toll has
By MacPherson Mukuka The Kidney Foundation of Zambia has praised Government for accepting to have renal services under the National Health Insurance Management Authority -NHIMA- Scheme. Foundation Chairperson THOMSON FUNGWA says this means that patients with Kidney condition will now access health services such as dialysis and kidney transplant under NHIMA. Mr. FUNGWA says the
By MacPherson Mukuka A Climate Change Adaptation Specialist says Zambia should take advantage of its chairmanship of the African Group of Negotiators to champion for enhanced Climate Change Financing to Africa. Mr. MARTIN SISHEKANU says this should be done at the forthcoming 27th Session of the Conference of the Parties (COP27) slated for Egypt. Speaking
By Ruth Chayinda Small and Medium Enterprises Development Minister ELIAS MUBANGA has urged Women and youths to apply for Empowerment funds under the Zambia Credit Guarantee Scheme for SMEs. Mr. MUBANGA says this month-end is the deadline for SMEs to access the 365 Million Kwacha which has been made available by government. He says the
By Hannock Kasama CHIPOLOPOLO Coach ALJOSA ASANOVIC has resigned. FAZ General Secretary ADRIAN KASHALA says ASANOVIC, who was appointed on January 15, 2022, as CHIPOLOPOLO Head Coach, has since communicated his resignation to the Association. KASHALA says ASANOVIC had sent his resignation letter from his home country after snubbing all efforts to resolve his standoff
By MacPherson Mukuka Defence Minister AMBROSE LUFUMA says government has completed the process of reinstating officers who were retired in national interest. Mr. LUFUMA says there will be an announcement once the approval process is done. He said this in an interview with ZNBC News. And Mr. LUFUMA said the recruitment process of 5,000 service
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