Tag Archives: Zambia

08Aug/16

Zambian opposition leader says election will not be free and fair

* Opposition leader says not allowed to campaign freely

* Says violence will intimidate his voters

* African Union urges candidates to accept poll results
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07Aug/16

Sun-dried – simple technology helps Malawian traders improve fish market

Traders in southern Malawi are being encouraged to effectively process their fish and increase incomes by using solar tents to dry fish. Researchers say the innovation provides a more conducive environment for drying fish rather than putting them out in the open which exposes fish to contamination and predators.

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14Jul/16

Zambia shuts down newspaper in tax dispute

Zambia’s Revenue Authority recently shut down one of the country’s independent newspapers for tax debt. Analysts see the move as politically motivated and meant to muzzle the media ahead of general elections in August.

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13Apr/16
Victoria Falls. Mosi-oa-Tunya. The Smoke That Thunders.

Cliff diving near Victoria Falls

Cliff divers leap 30 metres into the Zambezi River near Victoria Falls.

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11Feb/16

UNDP Announces the Climate Action Hackathon in Zambia

Up to 25 Full Travel Scholarships Will Provide Software and Application Developers with the Opportunity to Create Innovative Climate Information and Early Weather Alert Messaging Apps
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06Feb/16
Mozambique gas-fired power station

Rolls-Royce Power Systems plans African expansion

Commissioning 100 MW Mozambique plant.
Southern Africa power demand on sharp rise.
Says Africa a very important growing market.

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19Jan/16

Zambia and Zimbabwe’s Kariba dam levels sink to 12 percent as drought scorches

LUSAKA, Jan 19 (Reuters) – Water levels in southern Africa’s Lake Kariba have dropped to 12 percent of capacity, the authority in charge said on Tuesday, raising concerns about severe power rationing in Zimbabwe and Zambia.

Both countries rely heavily on the Kariba dam for electricity.
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