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FAZ reschedules Match With South Africa

Football Association of Zambia -FAZ – has rescheduled the international friendly match between Zambia and South Africa which was slated for Saturday.The game was scheduled for National Heroes Stadium in Lusaka.FAZ General Secretary, Adrian Kashala says the decision was arrived at in consultation with the South African football Association.Kashala says the game will be played…

Ramaphosa Finally Condemns Xenophobia

South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has finally condemned a wave of looting and violence that has mostly targeted foreign nationals.“There can be no justification for any South African to attack people from other countries,” he said on Tuesday.Dozens of people were arrested in Johannesburg on Monday after rioters looted shops and torched vehicles.Other African governments…

HRC Rejects Deputy Ministers

The Human Rights Commission -HRC- has submitted that it does not support the proposed re-introduction of Deputy Ministers in the Constitution.Commission Director, Florence Chiwesha says the move to re- introduce deputy minister will deplete available resources.Ms Chiwesha was speaking when the commission appeared before the Raphael Nakachina led Parliamentary Select Committee.And Human Rights Commissions Chief…

“We’re Ready for Congo”

September 3, 2019September 3, 20199Zambia Under-23 Coach, Beston Chambeshi has declared his players ready for Congo-Brazzaville in tomorrow’s match to be played in Lusaka.This is in the first leg encounter of the final qualifying round of the Under-23 AFCON to be hosted by Egypt this November.Chambeshi says his side will play an attacking game to…

National Assembly Counters LAZ on Bill 10

By Hannock Kasama-The National Assembly has countered the Law Association of Zambia -LAZ’s application for an interim injunction over the 2019 Constitutional Amendment Bill.Deputy Clerk of the National Assembly, Cecilia Sikatele has submitted that LAZ’s application must be dismissed as it allegedly lacks merit.Ms Sikatele has contended that LAZ has been invited among 56 stakeholders…

Teacher Unions Back Removal of G7 Exams

Various teacher unions are in support of government’s plans to remove grade seven examinations.Zambia National Union of Teachers -ZNUT- General Secretary Newman Bubala says the move will help to enhance education reforms.Mr. Bubala says education is not about exams but to help learners develop a critical skill for the future.And National Union for Public and…
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