Monday, October 26, 2020

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Glory Mushinge

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Glory Mushinge is an International freelance Journalist from Zambia.

Young Zambians get innovative to tackle COVID-19

As COVID-19 closes in on most African countries, some Zambian residents are rolling up their sleeves to complement government efforts against the virus, with...

Zambia’s 2021 election preparations ‘uninspiring’

Preparations for the 2021 general elections in Zambia, may already be underway, but for a number of stake holders, they are far from inspiring. From...

Zambian town gripped by fear over suspected ‘ritual killings’

The past one month in Zambia's Chingola town, on the Copperbelt province, has been marred by a lot of dramatic events, as residents continuously...

Zambia’s neglect of retirees for 20 years condemned

A cross-section of Zambian residents are concerned at the non-payment of retirement benefits to a group of government retirees, 20 years from when the...

Zambia: Inflation set to sky-rocket as utility tariffs shoot up

Zambian households will have to brace for a rough 2020, as inflation sets to sky rocket, following a 200 percent increase in electricity tariffs,...

Victoria Falls ‘dry report’ angers residents close by as tourism suffers

A number of residents in Zimbabwe, Zambia and surrounding countries have expressed concern at the manner in which some media organisations in the West are...

Zambia’s Lusaka city is losing its natural beauty

Kombe Kapema has lived in Zambia’s capital, Lusaka, for over three decades. Over the years, he has witnessed how the face of the city...

Zambians’ indifference to constitution amendment bill petition

The Zambian parliament’s decision to table a contentious bill, towards amendment of the country's constitution, recently resulted in a lawsuit by the Law Association...

Zambians angry as court okays mining in a prime national park

Zambian residents have been left fuming following the decision by the high court, to allow a mining company to carry out large scale mining...

Increased load-shedding In Zambia dims businesses

In just about two months since Zambia's electricity supply company, ZESCO Limited, announced an increase of load-shedding hours, from four to eight, the prolonged...

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