Daily Archives: Apr 1, 2012
The Barotse Agreement of 1964 is not about seceding from Zambia but decentralizing power to ensure that resources are shared equally. The agreement is about promoting development and addressing social and economic rights of people. Women for Change Executive Director, … read more
Listen for yourself word by word what President Sata told Zambians in Botswana. The Patriotic man urged Zambians in Botswana to “come home”. A UKZAMBIANS Exclusive.
[wide][/wide] Zambia is a large, fast-growing nation with one of the most stable political regimes in Africa. About three times the size of Britain, the country has a population of just 13 million but it is increasing rapidly, not just … read more
Kalusha Bwalya, AKA Great Kalu, has retained his position as Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) president. Kalusha easily beat his former deputy Emmanuel Munaile to stay at the helm of Zambian football for the next four years. Kalusha got 178 … read more
Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s on Friday maintained Zambia’s B+ rating despite a series of controversial political decisions, saying that recent policy changes overall support economic growth. The agency also kept its outlook at stable, saying current economic policies would … read more
[wide] [/wide]The Zambian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, His Excellency, Lt Col Bizwayo Nkunika (Rtd) assured Zambians and non- Zambians in the UK that Zambia will find a peaceful lasting solution to current problems in western province. Lt Col … read more