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Zambia has withdrawn military personnel deployed in December to help clean up the capital and other cities at the height of a cholera outbreak that has killed more than 80 people in seven months, t
Some Lusaka residents under the Chalimbana River Headwaters Conservation Trust have petitioned President Edgar Lungu over fears that developments on one of the few aquifers in Lusaka will lead to t
School going children in Kapili Ward in Kaoma’s Mangango Constituency have abandoned class due to floods and lack of a boat.
Arusha — Fall Armyworms (FAW) have emerged as new serious threat to over 80 crops as East Africa strives to control tropical and subtropical insects.The threat of the insect, scientifically known a
Lusaka — Zambia has launched drones surveillance in its national parks to curb poaching.
Zambian authorities have begun exporting timber confiscated from illegal loggers who continue to fell trees despite a nationwide ban to protect the country's dwindling forests.
As climate change makes precipitation shocks more common, policymakers are becoming increasingly interested in protecting food systems and nutrition outcomes from the damaging effects of droughts and floods.
The Green Climate Fund (GCF) has approved 84.5 million U.S. dollars to support two projects in Zambia in the energy and agriculture sectors, state media reported on Wednesday.
Government will soon embark on a pilot project of planting solid bamboo to help curb deforestation in Kazungula district.
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