LUSAKA Province Minister Japhen Mwakalombe says Cabinet has approved a K247 million master plan for infrastructure development to decongest the capital city.

This coming Thursday will mark global wind day and African countries are strategically joining in celebrating this universal movement.

Zambia and Madagascar have reaffirmed their commitment to the PARIS Agreement on Climate Change due to the devastating adverse effects that the phenomenon has had on the two countries including the

The challenge for IFAD and other development organizations, however, is to ensure that income-focused project designs achieve practical nutritional outcomes on the ground. This report represents a first, and timely, attempt to map IFAD nutrition-sensitive interventions.

Africa’s corn harvest this year is a tale of two extremes as worries about overflowing silos and rotting crops in the south contrast with the east where supermarkets are running short of the staple

LUSAKA – Africa’s second leading copper producer Zambia is confident it will leapfrog the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to the number one spot.

GOVERNMENT has installed four solar-powered milling plants in Mwansabombwe, Luapula Province, out of the five allocated to the district.

This was said Wednesday in Luanda by Zambian Agriculture minister, Dora Siliya, while speaking to Angop at International Airport shortly before leaving Luanda at the end of her three-day visit to A

Residents in Lusaka's Kalingalinga are up in arms with the Ministry of Health following the outbreak of typhoid in compound.

PRESIDENT Lungu has degazetted 1,000 hectares of the Dambwa forest for allocation to people who applied to Livingstone City Council (LCC) for residential plots in 2012.

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