Zambia just took one big step forward toward becoming an "open-defecation-free" country.

Zambia has lifted the ban on the hunting of leopards and will allow lion hunting next year after it established that the population of the big cats was higher than previously thought, its tourism m

Despite concerns from conservationists, Zambia is preparing to lift a 2013 ban on the hunting of wild lions and leopards in order to raise funds.

Cape Town — THOUSANDS of attendees from around the globe have converged in South Africa for the annual African Utility Week and Clean Power Africa to explore measures of securing the future develop

ZAMBIA is losing about 300,000 hectares of forests every year due to unsustainable agriculture and timber production, Vice-President Inonge Wina has said.

Zambia's forest ecosystems contribute $1.3 billion, roughly 6.3 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP), to the national economy, further highlighting the crucial role forests can play in the glob

Government says it is alive to the hunger threat in the country following reports of failed crops in some parts of the country.

MATERNAL and child mortality rates have drastically declined, the Central Statistical Office (CSO) has revealed in the 2013-2014 Demographic Health Survey (DHS).

A global phase 3 clinical trial named STAND (Shortening Treatment by Advancing Novel Drugs) in patients who are currently considered to have either drug-sensitive or multidrug-resistant TB has been

Mortality in people in Africa with HIV infection starting antiretroviral therapy (ART) is high, particularly in those with advanced disease. We assessed the effect of a short period of community support to supplement clinic-based services combined with serum cryptococcal antigen screening. The researchers did an open-label, randomised controlled trial in six urban clinics in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Lusaka, Zambia. From February, 2012, we enrolled eligible individuals with HIV infection (age ≥18 years, CD4 count of