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Zambia leap up women's Fifa rankings

Zambia record the biggest move of any team in the women's football rankings after their shock Olympic qualification.
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‘None of Us Saw It Ending This Way’: Peace Corps Volunteers Evacuate Abruptly

When the agency suspended all operations for the first time in its history, more than 7,000 volunteers in about 60 countries packed their bags, said their goodbyes and rushed to get home.
Tags: News, Senegal, United States, Morocco, Epidemics, Tanzania, Zambia, Dominican Republic, Peace Corps, MIGUEL GARCIA, JP Gibson, Joshua Johnson, Labor and Jobs, Travel and Vacations, Volunteers and Community Service, Quarantines


12 books by black authors to read

Just when the Black Travel Movement was gaining so much speed, we now all find ourselves confined to our houses. While the onset of COVID-19 has put the entire world on the no-fly list, we don’t have to pass this time idly. Instead, we can use these weeks we’ll be grounded to absorb the work of the legends that paved the way for us to be able to lead our nomadic lives. If you have been previously unfamiliar with the work of black travel writers, you’re in for a treat: Black travel writers can...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, New York, Nigeria, Africa, America, Spain, Chicago, Thailand, United States, Alaska, Mandela, Kenya, Zambia, Surrey, Jamaica


App Store Expanding to 20 New Countries [Updated]

The App Store is expanding to 20 new countries in the near future, Apple informed developers this afternoon.Thanks to the creativity and innovation of developers like you, the ‌App Store‌ has become much more than the world's safest marketplace. It's grown into a vibrant platform with great apps that influence culture and change lives, with over half a billion visitors each week. This wide-reaching platform has helped generate over $155 billion in developer earnings -- just from sales of apps an...
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Zambia Part 2 Livingstone and Victoria Falls

After our homestay in Macha with Daphious and his family our host took us back to Choma on Sunday morning from where we caught a bus to the city of Livingstone in the very south of Zambia on the border to Zimbabwe. The journey was rather fast because th
Tags: Travel, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Livingstone, Victoria Falls, Choma, Macha, Daphious


The Criterion Channel Announces One-Year Anniversary Lineup

The Criterion Channel announces one-year anniversary lineup To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the launch of The Criterion Channel, the network has unveiled its lineup of programming set to debut in April, which will include the 1978 animated adaptation of the Richard Adams novel Watership Down and an expansion of the Columbia Noir collection from the channel’s original launch! RELATED: Showtime Offering Free 30-Day Trial For New Users Wednesday, April 1  Toshiro Mifune Turns 100 Fea...
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Trump’s Failing Coronavirus Response is Standard Issue Republicanism in 2020

This article is part of TPM Cafe, TPM’s home for opinion and news analysis. “He’s got a certain talent for this,” President Donald Trump said of Vice President Mike Pence when entrusting him with the response to the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis. Pence’s perpetual grimace is the new face of the U.S. response to the coronavirus, after a chaotic week when the White House health team’s internecine squabbles and revolving-door corruption got a bit too public for Trump’s comfort. GOP operative...
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Zambians brace for water shortage despite recent rainfall

World’s largest artificial lake drops by six metres in three years after lengthy droughtZambia is facing severe water and electricity shortages after a lengthy drought, with reservoir levels remaining worryingly low despite recent rains.Water levels in Lake Kariba, the world’s largest artificial lake at more than 5,500 sq km, have dropped by six metres in the past three years. Continue reading...
Tags: Africa, Environment, Water, Drought, World news, Farming, Global development, Zambia, Lake Kariba


Zambia: boy arrested for allegedly defaming president on Facebook

Teenager’s arrest adds to fears Edgar Lungu is becoming increasingly authoritarianA 15-year-old boy has been arrested in Zambia for allegedly defaming the country’s president in Facebook posts, as critics accuse the administration of turning increasingly authoritarian.The unnamed teenager, based in the small central town of Kapiri Mposhi, was arrested on Monday and charged with three counts of libel against Edgar Lungu. He would appear in court soon, police said. Continue reading...
Tags: Facebook, Africa, World news, Zambia, Edgar Lungu, Kapiri Mposhi


'Spread the word!' Zambia buys artisanal gold to formalise unregulated mining

Zambia's mining investment arm ZCCM-IH has started buying gold from artisanal and small-scale miners in a bid to formalise the unregulated sector whose ranks have swelled worldwide as gold prices soar, it said on Friday.
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Zambian president says church leaders involved in reprisals for chemical spray attacks

More than 50 people in Zambia have been killed in mob violence triggered in response to attacks in which people were sprayed with poisonous substances, President Edgar Lungu said on Friday, blaming church leaders for some of the reprisals. The chemical attacks began in December and were initially confined to the mineral-rich copperbelt but have since spread to the capital Lusaka. In a speech to parliament, Lungu said some church and traditional leaders were inciting mobs to assault people susp...
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Zambian president says church leaders inciting reprisals for chemical spray attacks

More than 50 people in Zambia have been killed in mob violence in response to a spate of poision spray attacks, President Edgar Lungu said on Friday, blaming church leaders for encouraging some of the reprisals. The chemical attacks began in December and were initially confined to the mineral-rich copperbelt but have since spread to the capital Lusaka. In a speech to parliament, Lungu said some church and traditional leaders were inciting mobs to assault people suspected of being involved in t...
Tags: News, Zambia, Edgar Lungu, Lungu, Lusaka


Meet ‘The Afronauts’: An Introduction to Zambia’s Forgotten 1960s Space Program

Broadly speaking, the "Space Race" of the 1950s and 60s involved two major players, the United States and the Soviet Union. But there were also minor players: take, for instance, the Zambian Space Program, founded and administered by just one man. A Time magazine article published in November 1964 — when the Republic of Zambia was one week old — described Edward Mukuka Nkoloso as a "grade-school science teacher and the director of Zambia’s National Academy of Science, Space Research and ...
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A long wet boring drive in the rain

I guess not every day can be an exciting one. We just spent 10 hours in the car driving on relative good tarmac occasional massive pothole through endless forests and scrubland and mainly in the rain through Zambia.I could talk about getting slightly
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World Wildlife Day: The best animal experiences, from bears in Canada to shoebills in Zambia

Get up close and personal with these animal experiences around the world [Author: Tamara Hinson]
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So the roads got worse much worse

We had a leisurely start for once knowing it was only an hour or so to the border with Zambia and then 2 hours to our destination on the shore of Tanganiyka. Unfortunately a combination of Customs officials thunderstorm and terrible roads meant that took
Tags: Travel, Zambia, Customs


Sunbird Bioenergy signs up 1,700 cassava farmers in Zambia during first month of recruitment drive

In Zambia, the Lusaka Times newspaper reports that Sunbird Bioenergy has managed to sign up 1,700 farmers for its cassava-based ethanol plant of the 20,000 in total required to supply its ethanol plant. The country’s president kicked off the company’s farmer recruitment drive last month. Sunbird Bioenergy’s CEO said he was impressed by the speed of recruitment, however, and that the outgrower scheme would eventually encompass all of Luapula province. Construction for the ethanol plant is set to...
Tags: Zambia, Producer News, Cassava, Lusaka Times, Luapula, Sunbird Bioenergy


The origins and history of Nando’s

Ask any Brit what their favorite takeaway spot is and they’re sure to mention Nando’s. Ask them about the origins of Nando’s menu, and they’ll probably say Portugal. It’s a reasonable answer. Its logo is the Rooster of Barcelos, a famous Portuguese symbol. The food is seasoned with Portuguese spices and Portuguese bread rolls are among the restaurant’s many sides. However, to label Nando’s a product of Portugal isn’t strictly true. Nando’s was in fact born in Johannesburg, South Africa, makin...
Tags: Travel, UK, Africa, South Africa, Portugal, West Africa, Brazil, Angola, Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, Zambia, Mozambique, Johannesburg, Fernando, All, Julius Malema


The most remote train journeys

Train travel has a fresh spotlight on the tourism stage thanks to movements in slow and sustainable travel. One of our greenest choices, trains make us nomads back on the ground level. It’s a strange, meditative speed with ample time to process and daydream. Trains also allow us to roam where roads don’t go and gaze on things planes don’t see. These epic train adventures epitomize this spirit, giving us the best of both journey and destination. 1. Trans-Siberian Railway — Russia, Mongolia, a...
Tags: Travel, South Korea, Europe, Japan, Australia, Mexico, China, Trains, Russia, Singapore, Africa, Toronto, Thailand, Beijing, Malaysia, Moscow


Milutin 'Micho' Sredojevic Micho takes over as Zambia coach

Former Uganda boss Milutin 'Micho' Sredojevic takes over as coach of Zambia.
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Confederation Cup: Enyimba, Zanaco clinch quarter-final spots

Nigeria's Enyimba and Zambia's Zanaco clinch the last Confederation Cup quarter-final places.
Tags: News, Nigeria, Zambia, Enyimba, ZANACO, Enyimba Zanaco


Rampant Enyimba, resilient Zanaco reach CAF Cup quarter-finals

Johannesburg (AFP) – Enyimba of Nigeria went on a scoring spree and Zanaco of Zambia defended doggedly Sunday to book the two CAF Confederation Cup quarter-finals places up for grabs.   Victor Mbaoma scored twice... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Nigeria, Sport, Soccer, Zambia, Johannesburg, Afp, ZANACO, Victor Mbaoma


Prowling Lions and Corrupt Officials Block Roads to Africa Trade

(Bloomberg Markets) -- Nyoni Nsukuzimbi drives his 40-ton Freightliner for just over half a day from Johannesburg to the Beitbridge border post with Zimbabwe. At the frontier town—little more than a gas station and a KFC—he sits in a line for two to three days, in temperatures reaching 104F, waiting for his documents to be processed.That’s only the start of a journey Nsukuzimbi makes maybe twice a month. Driving 550 miles farther north gets him to the Chirundu border post on the Zambian frontier...
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Africa is humanitarian 'blind spot': the world's top 10 forgotten crises – report

Climate emergency is fuelling drought, food poverty and disaster in the global south but humanitarian crises under-reportedThe African continent is a “blind spot” for coverage of the humanitarian crises that are being fuelled by the climate emergency, according to a new analysis [pdf].Madagascar’s chronic food crisis, where 2.6 million people were affected by drought in 2019, came top of the list of 10 of the most under-reported crises last year, Care International’s annual survey found. Continu...
Tags: Climate Change, North Korea, Africa, Environment, Water, Drought, World news, Syria, Middle East and North Africa, Natural disasters and extreme weather, Global development, Zambia, Burkina Faso, Madagascar, Yemen, Food Security


5 of the world’s most overlooked animals

One of the most enticing things about travelling abroad is the chance to see the fascinating and unusual creatures of the world. There are many iconic wildlife experiences, whether it be looking at lions laze in the grasses of South Africa, meeting mountain gorillas in the dense jungles of Rwanda and Uganda or watching wildebeest […] The post 5 of the world’s most overlooked animals appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Asia, Indonesia, Mexico, Africa, Uganda, Colombia, South Africa, Malaysia, Paraguay, Brazil, Zimbabwe, Argentina, Peru, Kenya, Venezuela


The Global Mental Health Crisis Requires a Worldwide Investment, Advocates Say On TIME Davos Panel

Mental health issues affect billions of people across every corner of the globe, touching every community and every family, and mounting evidence shows the issue is worsening. To combat the issue, we need to urgently grow our investment in programs that expand access to care, mental health advocates said at a TIME lunch on Wednesday in Davos, Switzerland. “Invest in the system, invest in our rights,” said Elisha London, founder and CEO of United for Global Mental Health. She called for $1 b...
Tags: London, News, Kaiser Permanente, Uncategorized, Mental Health, Zambia, Davos Switzerland, Deepika Padukone, Mordecai, Bernard Tyson, Susanna Schrobsdorff, DavosMentalHealth, Davos Panel, Elisha London, United for Global Mental Health She, Live Love Laugh Foundation


Training a New Generation of African Pastors and Church Leaders

Central African Baptist College & Seminary in Kitwe, Zambia, is deeply involved in training up a new generation of African pastors and church leaders. My recent travels through Africa took me to the school and allowed me to see how it is impacting Zambia and many other countries in central Africa. I came away extremely encouraged! You can learn more about Central African Baptist College & Seminary at cabuniversity.com.
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Greta Thunberg Joins Youth Activists on TIME Panel at Davos to Say ‘Pretty Much Nothing’ Has Been Done on Climate Change

Greta Thunberg no longer has to worry about being heard on the issue the climate change, she told a room full of adults Tuesday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. “I’m being heard all the time,” she said. The 17-year-old Swedish climate activist’s comment was met with chuckles from the audience, but her wry smile soon turned to a serious message. “In general, the science and the voice of the young people is not at the center of the conversation, and it needs to be,” she said...
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Zambia Part 1 Homestay with a Local Family

In September 2018 Mizzi and I spent two and a half weeks in Zambia. Mizzi lives in Melbourne Australia so we were going to both fly in from our homes and meet there. I flew into Zambias capital Lusaka from Frankfurt via Addis Ababa. Once I had checke
Tags: Travel, Frankfurt, Zambia, Addis Ababa, Melbourne Australia, Lusaka, Zambias, Mizzi


In praise of the mighty Zambezi!

The great Zambezi River (literally meaning “Great River” in the local Tonga language) is the very lifeline of central-southern Africa, a place of legend, adventure and breath-taking beauty. Rising in a remote corner of Zambia before flowing through Angola and turning back to form the natural boundary between Zambia and Zimbabwe. The Zambezi is beguiling, […] The post In praise of the mighty Zambezi! appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Africa, Accommodation, Angola, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Resorts, Adventure Travel, Tonga, Zambezi, Regions, Speciality Travel, Leisure Travel, Zambezi River