KINGS of Africa, the organisers of the exhibition match involving the African Legends and the Chipolopolo Legends have confirmed that Chipolopolo will be dressed in the KoPa brand after reaching an agreement with the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ).
THE World Bank has disclosed plans to introduce a credit line for small businesses in Zambia.
OPPOSITION leader Sean Tembo has filed a petition in the Constitutional Court accusing President Hakainde Hichilema of habitually using insulting, offensive and uncouth language in public.
LUSAKA lawyer, Linus Eyaa was yesterday assaulted by his clients, who are members of MoneyGrow Savings and Credit Co-operative Society Limited.
EXPELLED Patriotic Front (PF) Matero Member of Parliament Miles Sampa and his cohort, Morgan Ng’ona have been dragged to court for forgery, perjury and attempting to commit an offence for purporting that they are president and secretary general of the former ruling party when in fact not.
THE American government, through the U.S. Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S. CDC), in partnership with the Zambia National Public Health Institute (ZNPHI) has announced a US$2.5 million for the establishment of an Integrated Pathogen Genomics Laboratory in Zambia.
Sixty-five members of a Kenyan doomsday cult, who were rescued from the Shakahola Forest, are appearing in court to face charges of attempted suicide. In Kenya, attempted suicide is illegal. Likewise, aiding suicide, failing to take action to stop or not reporting the offence is also punishable by life imprisonment. In April, the police began to exhume bodies from shallow graves in the remote forest. So far, 318 people linked to the cult are known to have died and 613 are still missing. Self-proclaimed pastor Paul Mackenzie from the Good News International Church is accused of encouraging people to fast to death, which he denies. Sixteen cult members who are in police custody have been on a hunger strike since 4 June. State prosecutors are now seeking to have the accused cult members separated, held in prisons and subjected to forced feeding. Even though the state is seeking to have the accused members forcibly fed, the police stations where they are being held do not have the capacity in terms of space, food and medical facilities. BBC Author Daily Nation View all posts