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Zambia's logging ban splinters

Zambian loggers complain the Chinese are slicing through their heritage. Photo©EddiE MwanalEzaA ban on new logging contracts has done little to slow deforestation or help local firms face up to the big boys.

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Zambian President Sata the Sacker

Michael Sata’s campaign appealed strongly to both the young and urban voters/Photo/ GEORGE PHILIPAS/POLARIS/STARFACEThe new president sweeps a broom through government



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Zambia tourism: Stay a little longer

Zambia’s tourism professionals are banking ?on improvements in infrastructure and services to lead to greater tourism revenues

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Former Zambian president Frederick Chiluba dies in Lusaka

altFrederick Chiluba, Zambia's former leader, died on Saturday, June 18, 2011, at his residency in Lusaka, the southern African country's capital. He was 68.    

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New cuts to US agriculture subsidies unlikely to benefit African farmers, says US Trade Rep

In a Q&A with TheAfricaReport.com ahead of this week’s African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) summit in Lusaka, Zambia, Ambassador Ron Kirk, US Trade Representative said African farmers need more than just cuts to US agriculture subsidies.

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Country Profile: ZAMBIA

Copper’s lasting shine


The 2011 electoral showdown will be another test of personalities as well as opposition unity, as the PF and UPND can only hope to unseat the ruling MMD through a common candidacy.

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Country Profile: ZAMBIA

Flag ZambiaCopper’s lasting shine

The 2011 electoral showdown will be another test of personalities as well as opposition unity, as the PF and UPND can only hope to unseat the ruling MMD through a common candidacy.

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