Mangat launches Africa title bid
JAS MANGAT will seize the opportunity to shake off stage fright in the special stage at Lusaka show grounds today as he embarks on a fourth attempt at the Africa championship in the Zambia International Rally.
Sat May 11, 2013
Zambia: Livingstone Vendors Protest Masebo's Ban
Street vendors in Livingstone are angry with Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo for removing them from the streets without providing alternative jobs or decent trading spaces as promised by the Patriotic Front government.
Citrus County Chronicle
Neil Sawyer, Spontaneous Traveler, 05/12/13
In prehistoric times, the Zambezi River flowed southward in the area of what is now Victoria Falls, but a nearby volcano's eruption changed all of that.
Thu May 09, 2013
River guide swallowed by hippo survives ordeal
River guide Paul Templer has the dubious honor of being swallowed by a hippopotamus and living to tell about it.
Mon May 06, 2013
Travel + Leisure
Best of Zambia
Fly to Lusaka . From there, Zambia-based Proflight flies to Mfuwe airport and Royal airstrip .
Sat May 04, 2013
Zambia: ZDA Calls for Tourism Investment
THE Zambia Development Agency has implored local and foreign investors to take advantage of various incentives in tourism to explore the massive potential and exploit it.
Wed May 01, 2013
Africa's Wildest Walk
Safari guides are fond of warning tourists to never run if they happen upon a hostile animal while on a walking tour in the African bush.
Zambia: Sata Mourns Chisamba Accident Victims
President Michael Sata has sent a message of grief and condolences to the families of the sixteen people who died in a road traffic accident involving a minibus which collided with a truck along Kabwe Road near Ibis Gardens in Chisamba Tuesday morning.
Zambia: 17 Perish in Road Carnage
Seventeen people have died on the spot after a Toyota Hiace minibus they were traveling in from Kabwe to Lusaka had a tyre burst and in the process lost control and hit into a truck before overturning several times at a radius of about 500 metres.
Mon Apr 22, 2013
Emerald miner Gemfields reports 7 pct fall in prices at Lusaka auction
Emerald miner Gemfields Plc reported a 7 percent decline in average per-carat prices at its lower-quality gemstone auction earlier this month, hurt by a recent directive by the Zambia government that prevents the overseas sale of gemstones mined in the country.
Sun Apr 21, 2013
Wild Rainbow African Safaris, which has been taking gay men and lesbians to Africa for five years, has just announced its first trip for men -- a safari and walking tour of Zambia, Aug.
Fri Apr 19, 2013
Music teacher sends 150 instruments to Zambia
A local music teacher has collected more than 150 music instruments after almost a year of gathering them for children in Zambia.
Zambia: Land Ownership Debate Hots Up
HEATED and protracted debate yesterday characterised proceedings at the National Constitution Convention in Lusaka as delegates deliberated on the issue of land ownership.