25 young Zambian women get Justina Mutale scholarship to study abroad

25 young Zambian women have been selected to receive the Justina Mutale Scholarship to continue their education at institutions of higher learning around the world. The announcement was made at the Official Launch of the Justina Mutale Foundation’s Scholarship Programme, which was held at the Zambian High Commission in London, on Thursday 9th June 2016.

Kalusha Bwalya to participate in a special high-level football tournament at the UN

FOOTBALL icon Kalusha Bwalya will participate in a special high-level football tournament for Permanent Representatives to the United Nations in New York on June 16, to promote the role of sports in achieving sustainable development and peace. In a statement issued by permanent mission of the Republic of Zambia to the United Nations first secretary

Zambia Sugar commissions K500m refinery plant

KALONDE NYATI, Mazabuka ZAMBIA Sugar Plc has partially commissioned the K500 million Refinery that is expected to more than double sugar production to 90,000 from 40,000 tonnes annually once fully commissioned. Zambia Sugar Plc managing director Rebecca Katowa said at shareholders’ open day on Friday that once fully commissioned next month, the refinery will position

Boxer Catherine Phiri awarded a scholarship to study in Europe

ZAMBIA’S female boxing icon Catherine Phiri and 24 other academically talented underprivileged young Zambian women and girls have been offered a scholarship to study business and leadership courses in different parts of the world. According to a statement by Zambia High Commission in the United Kingdom first secretary for press and public relations Abigail Chaponda,