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South Africa: Moments That Made Mandela Great
Almost no one in the late 1980s believed apartheid would end peacefully. The government was in trouble but the core of its system that kept the whites in power looked solid.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Zambia: Illegal Churches Face Deregistration
THE Government has threatened to de-register churches that do not meet the standards as stipulated by the laws of Zambia.
Times of Oman
Mandela for the ages
Without Nelson Mandela, South Africa's apartheid nightmare eventually would have come to an end.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Mandela: A Friend of Arafat, An Enemy of the Jewish State
Nelson Mandela warmly greets Palestine Liberation Organization chairman Yasser Arafat on his arrival in Lusaka, 27 February 1990.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Zuma on Nelson Mandela's death: 'Our nation has lost its greatest son'
Nelson Mandela's willingness to forgive and forget helped peacefully end an era of white domination in his native South Africa.
BOZ to Apply Banking Sector Gauge
THE Bank of Zambia will commence the implementation of the Basel II framework next month aimed at contributing to a more resilient and stable banking system that is capable of promoting sustainable economic growth.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Zambia: Mumbwa, Kabanana Road Works Slow Down
AVIC International has unveiled a "dossier" of obstacles it has encountered as it works on the Mumbwa and Kabanana roads.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Zambia: Exculpate Yourselves, UTH Orders Nurses
THE University Teaching Hospital management in Lusaka has asked striking nurses to exculpate themselves for being absent from duty for over six days.
Zambia: 'Investor Trust High'
PRESIDENT Michael Sata has said the notable increase in Foreign Direct Investment inflows in the country reflects renewed investor confidence in the Zambian economy and stronger investment profitability prospects.
Zambia: Youth Employment Strategy Ready
Youth and Sport Minister Chishimba Kambwili said during the Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation Radio 2 Government Forum programme in Lusaka on Thursday that Government, with help from the World Bank, International Labour Organisation, and Africa Development Bank had developed the Youth Employment Strategy.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
fastjet launches second international route
It marks the first direct air link between the Dar es Salaam and Lusaka. It currently takes travellers 25 hours to drive from each point.
Bill Gates: How to invest to end AIDS
A decade ago, Mother of Mercy Hospice just outside Lusaka, Zambia, had no way to treat people with HIV.
Zambia: Nurses Resume Work?
SOME striking nurses at the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka yesterday started trooping back to work before the 17:00 hours deadline set by Government for them to resume duties.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Mail & Guardian
Women in jeopardy at every post
Most informal cross-border traders are women, but the challenges they face are many.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Hyprop buys 87% of Lusaka-based African Land
Hyprop, the listed retail property fund, has agreed to acquire 87 percent of the issued shares in African Land Investments for R768 million.
Chinese tourist survives plunge into Victoria Falls
A Chinese tourist who fell into a gorge at Zambia's famous Victoria Falls while taking pictures has escaped with only bruises, a tourism official said on Wednesday.
Deal With Debt - IMF
THE International Monetary Fund has said Zambia's economic outlook remains strong, but urged the Government to deal with excessive debt because it will cloud out the investment needed to develop the economy.
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Tue Nov 26, 2013
Zambia: UTH Nurses Defy State Order
STRIKING nurses and midwives at the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka have defied Government's directive for them to resume work.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
The Kasama-police-station is only about 150 meters away from the city-council-building and I do now go to the office of Mr. Bwalya, because the police-officer must accompany me with my passport .