Government has established the long awaited national committee for Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) with communities to facilitate the implementation of the 2003 UNESCO
The university of Zambia technology and advisory unit (TDAU) has pledged to continue taking a leading role in promoting sustainable development through
THE Zambia Tourism Board (ZTB) has recorded a significant increase in the number of tourist visiting the country this year despite the continued depreciation of the local currency.
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Regional Coordinator Janet Rogan says Central Province has great potential to be the centre of national development in the country. Ms. Rogan said the Province has numerous resources and a great community with good ideas that can foster development across the country. “Being the centre of Lusaka and the Copper Belt Province, Central Province has potential to be a hub of national development,” she noted.
Zambia National Soccer team coach Patrice Beaumelle has said that he was impressed with Zambia’s performance in an international friendly match against Japan. Speaking to the media at a press briefing, Beaumelle said despite losing by a goal, the Chipolopolo boys deserved to be praised for a job well done. He added that no one was to be blamed for the 4-3 loss against Japan adding that the loss was a call for hard work.
The 16th Inter-Company Rely (ICR) has commenced and at least 1, 000 people from all walks of life are expected to take part. Speaking at a press briefing in Lusaka, Inter-Company Rely (ICR) Chairman Elias Mpondela said that 77 companies out of the expected 125 had already confirmed their participation in the event with the theme ‘Act Now and Stops Accidents’ He adds that 400 people are expected to take part in the health walk and in the new Power race sponsored by Bata.