Featured stories about Zambia
"African Voices of Hope and Change," gives you an intimate perspective into the stories and people of Africa's Sub-Saharan region, through our best English-language posts from 2012 - a perfect gift to salute the new year.
- Ministers Caught Browsing ‘Zambia's WikiLeaks’ 18 October 2012
- Zambia: Tonga Terror Claim – Real or Fake? 9 September 2012
- Zambia: Chinese Mining Boss Allegedly Killed by Striking Workers 10 August 2012
- Zambia: Catholic Priest Deported for ‘Poverty’ Sermon 4 August 2012
Latest stories about Zambia
21 November 2013
President Michael Sata is notorious for his abrasiveness and disregard for protocol at both local and international functions.
31 October 2013
Zambia's President Michael Sata has publicly lambasted former Information and Broadcasting Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba for issuing national broadcasting licences to two private radio stations and non-Christian radio stations.
20 October 2013
Citizen media website Zambian Watchdog has unearthed a Statutory Instrument increasing President Michael Sata's salary after the freezing of civil service wages for two years.
16 October 2013
Malawian High Court judge Lovemore Chikopa risks going to jail for contempt of court after ignoring Zambian High Court orders.
11 October 2013
Some online users argued for reforming the system.
7 October 2013
She is not the first high profile Zambian who has had her profile faked. A fake Facebook page in the name of the country’s vice president was created recently.
25 September 2013
Acting Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda, Zambia's first female head of the judiciary, was rejected by parliament and therefore should not have the post, the Law Association of Zambia argues.
21 August 2013
The secessionists believe that Zambia's Western Province, which they call by its its pre-colonial name, Barotseland, is an independent state.
22 July 2013
As the 2015 deadline for achieving UN Millenium Development Goals approaches, Zambian students climb a steep education ladder.
16 July 2013
@InsakaChat's US-based Zambian founder says she is giving Zambians "a safe place to speak their truths".