Monthly Archives: March 2013

Islamist Militants Battle French Backed Malian Troops inside Timbuktu

At least one Malian soldier was killed and several others were wounded Sunday during fighting between Malian soldiers backed by French forces and Islamist militants in the northern city of Timbuktu.

Officials say at least …

The maize grain is hidden somewhere – Miles Sampa

The maize grain is being hidden somewhere, Finance Deputy Minister Miles Sampa has claimed.

Commenting on the mealie meal shortages in the country that has resulted into high prices of the commodity, Sampa said the …

Defender Sunzu’s move to English club suffers a setback

Stophira Sunzu

Stophira Sunzu

Zambia National Team defender Stophira Sunzu transfer to Sunderland has suffered a setback as that team’s coach Martin O’Neil has been fired. O’Neil was fired on Saturday, March 31, 2013.

Sunzu recently passed …

Mali Troops, Islamists Clash in Timbuktu

At least one Malian soldier was killed and several others were wounded Sunday during fighting between Malian soldiers backed by French forces and Islamist militants in the northern city of Timbuktu.  Officials say at least …

Nigeria Military Kills 14 Suspected Islamist Militants

The Nigerian military says its soldiers killed 14 suspected Islamist militants Sunday during an early morning raid on a house in the main northern city of Kano.

Military officials said one soldier died and another …

Freedom to speak, preach is a must says Brig. Gen. Miyanda

godfrey-miyanda-zambia-reportsFather Chilinda’s complaint against Honourable Panji Kaunda’s letter is justified because those attempting to crucify him are doing what those who crucified Jesus Christ did: twist his message and give it their own interpretation and …

Stop mourning over draw – Kalu

THE National Sports Council of Zambia (NSCZ) says Chipolopolo’s current flagging performance is due to weaknesses in the national team technical bench.…

KR5 rise in mealie-meal price will distort market operations – Magande

NG’ANDU Magande says the government’s decision to allow a KR5 increase for transport in mealie-meal prices will have a negative effect as it is likely to distort operations of the market.…

State of roads in Chingola

Chingola is one of the busiest towns on the Copperbelt Province because of its attachment to mining operations for many years and therefore it is important for the town to have good roads, unlike the …