Zambia busts suspected wildlife smuggling ring

2015-10-13 14:48

Authorities in Zambia say they have arrested six South Africans believed to be involved in a wildlife smuggling ring after 12 prized sable antelope calves were found packed in a trailer.

Zim, Zambia, used too much Kariba water - group

2015-10-08 19:05

Zimbabwe and Zambia have used more water than they should have from the Kariba dam to generate electricity, says the Zambezi River Authority.

Zambia urges investors to ignore Moody’s downgrade

2015-09-28 09:43

Zambia has urged investors to ignore what it calls an 'unsolicited' credit downgrade from rating agency Moody's and says it is mindful of the need to maintain debt.

Zim moves to block Zambian opposition leader - reports

2015-09-10 13:42

Zambia's opposition leader, Hakainde Hichilemba, has reportedly been barred from entering Zimbabwe where he was scheduled to address an opposition party congress led by former finance minister, Tendai Biti.

Zim, Zambia economies trip on water shortage

2015-09-01 12:37

Low water levels at Kariba dam will further worsen power generating capacity in Zimbabwe and Zambia, with rising power deficits set to hobble economic activity.

Zambia power firms to cut supply to mines by 30%

2015-08-12 13:24

Zambian power companies will cut electricity supply to mining firms by 30% due to a power deficit which threatens to bring the economy to its knees.

Up to 10 hours of load shedding for Zambians

2015-08-06 11:00

South Africans who complain about load shedding can thank their lucky stars they are not living in Zambia at the moment, according to trade unionists and journalists.

Abolish death penalty, Zambia's leader Lungu told

2015-07-17 19:04

Amnesty International has lauded the decision by Zambian President Edgar Lungu to reduce the sentences of at least 332 prisoners awaiting death by hanging to life imprisonment, urging him to abolish the death penalty "completely".

Zambian leader commutes death sentences

2015-07-16 14:30

Zambia’s president Edgar Lungu has reduced the sentence of 332 prisoners awaiting death by hanging to life imprisonment to ease maximum security prison congestion.

Zambian singer accused of defaming president walks free

2015-07-13 13:10

Zambian authorities have dropped the case against a musician who was arrested over a bawdy song that lampooned the country’s president as a drunk incompetent.


Eye health documentaries launched to combat blindness in Zambia

2015-10-12 10:19

In honour of World Sight Day in October, a non-profit organisation has launched two new documentary films in Zambia to help to reduce avoidable blindness.

Zambia urges investors to ignore 'unsolicited' Moody's downgrade

2015-09-28 10:52

Zambia’s government has urged investors to ignore what it calls an unsolicited credit downgrade from rating agency Moody’s, adding it is mindful of the need to maintain its debt as sustainable levels.

Seventeen killed in Zambian bus crash - police

2015-09-12 15:20

At least 17 people died when a bus and lorry collided west of the Zambian capital Lusaka, police say.

Digital fans share innovations for Africa

2015-09-10 08:17

Digital enthusiasts are sharing African innovations to solve social problems.

Zambia in crisis as Lake Kariba dries

2015-08-19 09:57

A drought-related power crisis in Zambia will further erode the near-term fiscal and growth outlook, says an analyst.

Zambian opposition gets key defence ministry

2015-08-12 06:06

Zambian President Edgar Lungu has appointed an opposition lawmaker to the powerful job of defence minister.

Horrific bus accident claims 12, mostly Zimbabweans

2015-07-20 14:39

At least 12 people, mostly Zimbabweans, are feared dead following a horrific bus accident that occurred in Zambia on Sunday, reports say.

Zambian editor, journalist released on bail

2015-07-17 13:48

A Zambian newspaper editor and a journalist arrested after publishing information related to corruption have been released on bail.

Zambia arrests editor, journalist over anti-corruption letter

2015-07-16 13:12

Zambian police say they have arrested the editor of a major newspaper and one of its journalists, a police spokesperson says.

Zim receives 1 800 tons of maize from Zambia – report

2015-07-10 14:26

Zambia has reportedly started exporting grain to Zimbabwe, which is facing serious food shortages following a drought that hit some parts of the country last season.

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