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  • 02:49 Zambia Edge South Africa In Dramatic Tie To Reach Final

    Zambia Edge South Africa In Dramatic Tie To Reach Final

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    U20-AFCON hosts Zambia have booked their spot in the final after a controversial 1-0 extra-time victory over South Africa on Wednesday. Mahia Mutua has more. Zambia will now meet Senegal, who saw off Guinea in the second semi-final game played on Thursday

  • 02:57 CAF President Mediates In Spat Between Kamanga And Bwalya

    CAF President Mediates In Spat Between Kamanga And Bwalya

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    The ongoing Under-20 Africa Cup of Nations in Zambia. Action resumes on Wednesday when the competition enters the penultimate stage. Meanwhile, African Football President Issa Hayatou has been sorting out some off-the-pitch issues. He's played mediator be

  • 01:00 Chinese Firm Conducting Assessments So Zambian Eastern Railwa Work Can Begin

    Chinese Firm Conducting Assessments So Zambian Eastern Railwa Work Can Begin

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    The China Civil Engineering Construction Company is conducting assessments so that work can begin on the nearly 400 km Zambian Eastern Railway. The company has been assessing the environmental impact and financing. It's estimated to cost around 2.26 billi

  • 01:25 Row Brews Over Proposed Ban On Homosexuality Discrimination

    Row Brews Over Proposed Ban On Homosexuality Discrimination

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    A proposal by football authorities in Zambia to ban discrimination against gays and lesbians has sparked a national debate over homosexuality. The controversial clause is contained in the Football Association of Zambia's new draft constitution. It bans di

  • 01:38 Day Off For Periods Fuels Debate In Zambia

    Day Off For Periods Fuels Debate In Zambia

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    A law in Zambia allowing women to stay at home once a month during their period is being challenged. The law which was passed in 2015, gives Zambian women unique rights in Africa. But not every Zambian supports the move.

  • 02:07 Zambian Military Attempt To Contain Army Worm Invasion

    Zambian Military Attempt To Contain Army Worm Invasion

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    Zambia's military and other government agencies are working to contain an invasion of army worms in maize fields in parts of the country. The army worms, which feast on young maize plants and are capable of wiping out entire fields, have been spotted in a

  • 02:50 China, Zambia Agree To Strengthen Their Cooperation

    China, Zambia Agree To Strengthen Their Cooperation

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    Cooperation between China and Africa has grown despite a global economic slowdown, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has said, on his tour of Africa. He left Zambia on Monday, after a two-day stop that saw him commit to expanding relations with the Souther

  • 00:48 Zambia To Benefit From $100 Million From World Bank To Curb Pollution In Mining Towns

    Zambia To Benefit From $100 Million From World Bank To Curb Pollution In Mining Towns

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    The World Bank will lend Zambia more than $100 million to reduce environmental health risks in polluted mining areas and support economic diversification. Zambia, Africa's second biggest copper producer, has long been battling with environmental pollution

  • 00:39 Vedanta To Pay Zambia $103 Mln On Claim Related To Price Of Copper

    Vedanta To Pay Zambia $103 Mln On Claim Related To Price Of Copper

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    Konkola Copper Mines, owned by Vedanta Resources, has been ordered to pay the Zambian government more than 100 million dollars for a claim related to the price of copper.

  • 03:32 Zambian President Concludes Tour At Eskom's Kusile Power Site

    Zambian President Concludes Tour At Eskom's Kusile Power Site

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    Zambian president Edgar Lungu has concluded his two-day state visit to South Africa. President Lungu ended his stay with a visit to Eskom's Kusile power station construction site where he noted that the two countries have lost time in liaising with each o

  • 01:59 Tanzania, Zambia Presidents Agree To Open Up Railway Management To Foreigners

    Tanzania, Zambia Presidents Agree To Open Up Railway Management To Foreigners

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    The presidents of Zambia and Tanzania are opening up the management of their famous railway to foreign applicants in an attempt to restore it to its former glory. Tanzania's President John Magufuli says both countries are placing economics above politics

  • 02:09 Zambia's Leading Manufacturer To Launch Operations In Harare

    Zambia's Leading Manufacturer To Launch Operations In Harare

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    Zimbabwean government has been adjusting its policies in order to woo investors back, as it works to revive its hard hit economy. There have been some positive signs following the reforms and improved relations with its foreign donors. Some investors are

  • 00:42 Zambia Economy Should Grow By 3% This Year

    Zambia Economy Should Grow By 3% This Year

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    Zambia's economy should grow by 3 percent this year, largely unchanged from last year as electricity shortages and subdued private sector investment weigh according to the International Monetary Fund. The IMF's forecast was similar to the government's own

  • 58:27 Why Poverty?

    Why Poverty?

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    Zambia's copper resources have not made the country rich. Virtually all Zambia's copper mines are owned by corporations. In the last ten years, they've extracted copper worth $29 billion but Zambia is still ranked one of the twenty poorest countries in th

  • 04:47 Zambian Opposition Party To Contest Election Results Citing Manipulations In Figures

    Zambian Opposition Party To Contest Election Results Citing Manipulations In Figures

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    Police in Zambia have arrested 133 people protesting against the re-election of President Edgar Lungu. The protests followed claims by opposition candidate Hakainde Hichilema that the vote was rigged. Lungu won 50.35 percent of the vote against 47.63 for

  • 01:04 Moratorium Lifted, Leaders Urged To Control Supporters

    Moratorium Lifted, Leaders Urged To Control Supporters

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    Electoral campaigning in Zambia has resumed after a ten-day moratorium. The electoral commission imposed the suspension following an increase in clashes between supporters of rival politicians.

  • 02:59 Zimbabwe Knock Out Zambia To Qualify For November Tourney

    Zimbabwe Knock Out Zambia To Qualify For November Tourney

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    Women's football in Zimbabwe is also riding a wave-crest of fine form. The Mighty Warriors, who had already booked a place at the Rio Olympics, will also be competing in the women's Africa Cup tournament in Cameroon. CCTV's Farai Mwakutuya looks ahead at

  • 04:23 Zambia Suspends Maize Exports To Zimbabwe

    Zambia Suspends Maize Exports To Zimbabwe

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    Zambia has suspended maize exports to its southern neighbour, Zimbabwe, and that could worsen an already precarious food shortage in that country. The two states, along with others in the southern Africa region are facing a bitter drought, induced by the

  • 01:55 Zambia Marks 24 Years Since It Was Declared A Christian Nation

    Zambia Marks 24 Years Since It Was Declared A Christian Nation

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    Zambia has been marking 24 years as a Christian nation. Celebrations were held in Lusaka, following the declaration of Zambia as a Christian nation in 1991, by the second president, the late Frederick Chiluba.

  • 03:05 Zambia Is Reaping The Benefits Of Zimbabwean Farmers

    Zambia Is Reaping The Benefits Of Zimbabwean Farmers

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    Zambia is reaping the benefits of Zimbabwean farmers hounded off their land at the height of violent evictions against white land owners . Zambian authorities say their numbers have almost doubled the population of commercial farmers from 400 to 750. A Wh

  • 01:56 China Aids Zambia's Agricultural Technology

    China Aids Zambia's Agricultural Technology

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    Despite the weak agricultural infrastructure and obsolete agricultural technology, Zambia is slowly making leaps. This thanks to the China-aid Zambia Agricultural Technology Demonstration Center. The centre which shoulders science research, demonstration

  • 03:20 Zambia's Lungu Pledges To Overcome Power Shortages In 12 Months

    Zambia's Lungu Pledges To Overcome Power Shortages In 12 Months

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    Zambia's President has pledged to overcome the nation's crippling power crisis within 12 months. As CCTV's Farai Mwakutuya reports, the government has announced an array of new energy initiatives aiming to prevent the power shortages, which have so badly

  • 01:35 Chinese-Owned Mine Closed In Zambia Amid Plunging Prices

    Chinese-Owned Mine Closed In Zambia Amid Plunging Prices

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    A Chinese-owned mine in Zambia has wound down operations, sending over 1,600 workers on forced leave. China's CNMC Luanshya Copper Mines closed Baluba mine on 7 September due to plunging prices and energy shortages. The Mine Workers' Union of Zambia (MUZ)

  • 26:25 Pros And Cons Of Investing In Zambia

    Pros And Cons Of Investing In Zambia

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    When seriously considering investing in another country, there are many factors to take into consideration. Zambia performs favorably in a number of them. It has been relatively stable since its independence in 1964. It has a desirable climate, natural re

  • 01:05 Chinese Companies Attend Zambia's Agriculture Show

    Chinese Companies Attend Zambia's Agriculture Show

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    Various Chinese companies have participated in the 89th Agricultural and Commercial Show in Lusaka, capital of Zambia. The show with 50 year's history is one of the three biggest annual shows in the southern African country.

  • 00:37 BGL And Build It In Zambia

    BGL And Build It In Zambia

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    We are pleased to announce our 4th international charity project: we will revisit Zambia, with our friends from Build It International, to build a brand new health clinic in Kapiri. We will be giving 20 BGL employees the chance to visit Zambia next year a

  • 02:22 Thousands Attend Funeral Of Zambia's President

    Thousands Attend Funeral Of Zambia's President

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    More than 50-thousand mourners and several African leaders on Tuesday attended the funeral of Zambia's President Michael Sata in a stadium in the country's capital, Lusaka. Sata, 77, served as president of the southern African nation since 2011. He died i

  • 58:27 Stealing Africa

    Stealing Africa

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    Zambia's copper resources have not made the country rich. Virtually all Zambia's copper mines are owned by corporations. In the last ten years, they've extracted copper worth $29 billion but Zambia is still ranked one of the twenty poorest countries in th