[Times of Zambia] SOMEWHERE in May 2014, I stated that in an economy where market forces are sensitive and swiftly responsive to any major economic statement and positive occurrence, the prices of mealie-meal could have that week started coming down.
[Times of Zambia] AN economist has tipped businesses on how to drive more benefits from events as the country prepares to host the 41st Ordinary Session of the Executive Council of the African Union (AU) and the 4th Mid-Year Coordination Meeting (MYCM) of the AU and the Regional Economic Communities (RECS) next month.
[The Conversation Africa] Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the most deadly infectious diseases. Around 9.9 million people around the world fell ill with the disease in 2020 and an estimated 1.5 million people died.
[Times of Zambia] KAPESIKA Energy and Petroleum Limited says the recent boost in investor confidence and Government's ambitious target of reaching three million tonnes copper production in the next decade will create more demand for energy products.
[The Conversation Africa] The use of herbicides - substances that control unwanted plants - is on the rise across Africa. This trend has been referred to by some researchers as the "herbicide revolution". This trend is driven by cheap herbicides flooding into the continent from Asia and global agrochemical companies discovering Africa's emerging markets. Also, rural wages have risen due to rural-urban migration and structural transformation.
[Daily Maverick] Investors are buying President Hakainde Hichelema's narrative of 'New Dawn' change, but remain sceptical about South Africa's vague promises to break bureaucratic logjams in its mining sector.
[Times of Zambia] THE Bank of Zambia (BoZ) has issued an alert to the financial sector urging it to be vigilant on cyber security threat after it experienced a partial disruption to some of its Information Communication Technology (ICT) applications.
[New Dawn] LONDON, United Kingdom, 10 May 2022 -/African Media Agency (AMA)/-Amnesty International and the Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) have applied to intervene in an unprecedented class action lawsuit in a case brought by a group of Zambian children and women against the mining giant Anglo American in South Africa, the organizations have announced after filing papers today. The claimants are seeking compensation for the long-term impacts of lead mining in Kabwe, Zambia.
[The Herald] FOUR Zimbabwean riders, including the iconic Nyamupfukudza siblings, Victor and Tadiwanashe, reminded the continent just how good they are when they pulled up classy performances in the fourth round of the 2022 Zambian Motocross Championships at the Eureka Moto Park in Lusaka, Zambia, on Sunday.
[CAF] Red Arrows have been crowned the Super League champions in Zambia. This is their second title of the league following their triumph in the 2004 season. Arrows bagged the season with a match to go in the league.
[State Department] Under Secretary of State Jose W. Fernandez will travel to Cape Town, South Africa, May 9-11, and Lusaka, Zambia, May 12-13, to engage with government officials, business, and members of civil society to support our shared objectives regarding trade and investment, public health and environment programs, and pandemic relief.
[DW] In places such as Cameroon, Guinea Bissau, Rwanda or post-coup Mali, the media's vigilance extends well beyond issues that matter to the public. Journalists are forced to watch their own backs -- and data, too.
[The Herald] NYAMUPFUKUDZA siblings, Tadiwanashe and Victors, are set to spread their footprints in the motocross circles across the region when they take part in the Eureka Championships scheduled for Lusaka, Zambia, next week.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- The Kenya Lionesses have been drawn with neighbors Uganda and Zambia ahead of this weekend's Africa 7s, which will also double up as a qualifier for the Women's Rugby Sevens World Cup.
[Times of Zambia] President Hakainde Hichilema is today expected to launch the Public Private Dialogue (PPD) Forum, which seeks to strengthen private sector engagement in Zambia's economic development.
[Times of Zambia] The United States (US)'s 2021 Zambia Human Rights report has highlighted massive human right violations and criminalities in the run up to the August, 12, 2021 general elections under the Patriotic Front (PF) administration.
[TechCrunch] Zambian card issuing fintech Union54 has raised $12 million in a seed extension round led by Tiger Global. Other participating investors in this financing round include existing ones such as Vibe VC and new investors Earl Grey Capital and Packy Mccormick's Not Boring Capital.
[CPJ] Lusaka -- Zambian authorities must investigate an alleged police assault of community reporter Eric Chiyuka and immediately drop the charges of assault against him, the Committee to Protect Journalists said Wednesday.
[The Conversation Africa] In developing countries, and the sub-Saharan region especially, the scale of unmet basic needs is enormous. It is estimated that 3 billion people in the developing world subsist on less than US$2 a day per person.
[UNEP] Located in Zambia's North-Western Province, the greater Kafue National Park and West Lunga ecosystem complex was once home to an abundance of ancient rosewood trees and a host of other endemic and endangered species.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- The Zambian husband and wife crew of Leroy and Urshlla Gomes will be looking to conquer the demanding Kenyan terrain when the second round of the FIA African Rally Championship (ARC) gets underway in Naivasha this weekend.
[Times of Zambia] AS the world increasingly looks toward an energy transition, Zambia can take advantage of the appetite for electric vehicles to be in the queue of prospects as a key supplier of the green revolution.
[Egypt Online] Acting Health Minister Khaled Abdel Ghaffar on Sunday discussed at a meeting with Zambian Ambassador in Cairo Topply M Lubaya means of boosting cooperation in scientific, research and health fields.