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Simon Calder is Travel Editor at Large for The Independent, writing a weekly column, various articles and features as well as filming a weekly video diary.
The smoke that thunders: The majestic Victoria Falls is better known as Mosi-oa-Tunya by the people of Zambia.
Airtel's managing director Charity Lumpa told the Zambia Daily Mail that while in the past the firm had experienced significant challenges in terms of network coverage, it has done a lot of research into the problems and secured the investment funding to fix them.
Retired Major-General Charles Njodzi Dauramanzi, a veteran freedom fighter and soldier, a brave, courageous, selfless and dedicated cadre, was born on April 14, 1940 and died on February 23, 2003.
Foreign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba was pinched out of his slumber on the kidnapped Zambian national in Sudan when Monze Central Member of Parliament Jack Mwiimbu questioned the silence despite Felix Ngoma being abducted for 18 days.
The government of the Republic of Zambia and the International Fund for Agricultural Development signed a loan agreement for a US$26.315 million project that will provide rural financial services to smallholder farmers who currently do not have access to such services in rural communities throughout the Southern African nation.
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Sakwiba Sikota has stepped up to plead the case of kidnapped Zambian humanitarian worker Felix Ngoma who has been kidnapped in Sudan for 18 days now.
Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba was pushed in the corner in parliament as he sought to ward off a barrage of questions over the touchy subject of the Barotseland Agreement of 1964 in parliament.
There was drama and near comedy in Court 5 at the Lusaka Magistrates Court Tuesday July 22, 2014 when a prosecution witness failed to identify and accused person.
Director of Public Prosecutions now called National Prosecutions Authority Mutembo Nchito has made quite the name for himself in Zambia though it's not due to any record of success.
Presidential press aide George Chellah on Saturday verbally abused a Daily Nation official for asking him whether President Michael Sata had flown out of the country.
United Party for National Development Vice President for Politics Canisius Banda had said Michael Sata must take leave or step down as president because of his failing health.
Three Police disciplinary units are in Rwenzori region in western Uganda to hear cases of security personnel accused of poor response to the July 5 attacks that claimed at least 92 lives in Bundibugyo, Ntoroko and Kasese districts.
The Zambian government appears to be pressing forward with its trial against the investigative journalist Chanda Chimba III, the creator of the "Stand Up for Zambia" documentary series which cast a critical view of the current President Michael Sata.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 05:43 am
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