Chansa Kunda ZNBC Sport Copper Queens Coach BRUCE MWAPE says he will field a strong team in tomorrow’s second leg tie against Angola despite having a six nil advantage. Zambia will tomorrow face Angola in the reverse of the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations WAFCON qualifier fixture to be played at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium
… Extradition of Refugee Sparks Concerns By Francis Maingaila Lusaka, Zambia24 (4-12-2023) – Appollinaire Nsengiyumva, a Rwandan national residing in Zambia since 1996, is currently facing extradition upon the request of the Rwandan government. However, the lack of transparency surrounding the charges is raising important questions, while pressure mounts for a fair and swift resolution.
Nais Fisheries and Livestock Minister MAKOZO CHIKOTE says the livestock movement ban imposed on Anthrax affected districts would be lifted once the disease is under control. Mr. CHIKOTE says the ministry would consider lifting the ban upon vaccinating all the animals in affected districts. And addressing farmers at Munakanyemba school, Mr. CHIKOTE said no domestic
ZNBC News The Combined team comprising the Zambia defence wings, KCM mine safety department among others have continued to make progress in the rescue operation for the trapped small scale miners at Seseli open pit mine in Chingola. In a telephone interview, Chingola District Commissioner RAPHAEL CHIMUPI noted that the first stage of the operation
By Musenge Mulimba Copperbelt Province Minister ELISHA MATAMBO says the rescue team camping at the Senseli mine accident site in Chingola is making progress in the mission to retrieve the trapped miners. Updating the media in Chingola this afternoon after visiting the site, Mr. MATAMBO said the site believed to have 16 youths trapped has
By Brian Mwale Vice President MUTALE NALUMANGO says NO trapped miner in Chingola’s Senseli mine accident has been retrieved so far by the search and rescue team. Mrs. NALUMANGO says the condition of the over 30 miners, who have been trapped underground since Thursday evening after a mudslide, remains unknown. The Vice President, however, says
By Brian Mwale Leader of the opposition in Parliament ROBERT CHABINGA says President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA has demonstrated love to his predecessor former President EDGAR LUNGU amidst heightened provocation. Mr. CHABINGA says President HICHILEMA and the UPND are not to blame for the problems in the former ruling PF. He has also advised PF Members of
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