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Kenneth Kaunda, who became Zambia’s first president after helping to lead a peaceful revolution against colonial British rule, has died at the age of 97 after being treated for pneumonia at a military hospital in Lusaka.
The UK’s Dept for International Development (DfID) is to merge with its Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced, citing a desire to help countries “vulnerable to Russian meddling.”
Some people just don’t get it when it comes to bans on partying and loitering amid the Covid-19 pandemic — you’ve certainly heard of this type in your country. Zambia’s police just found a “creative” way to force them to comply.
Time to buckle up: economists believe the looming Covid-19 crash will throw millions out of work and bankrupt thousands of businesses across the globe in a downturn that might even surpass the Great Depression of the 1930s.
Deontay Wilder has been roasted for claiming his ring-walk costume caused his downfall to Tyson Fury in their world heavyweight title fight, but Wilder is far from the first athlete to come up with tailor-made excuses.
A small passenger plane in Zambia miraculously managed to land without incident, after being struck by lightning and badly battered by a hailstorm. No one was injured but the plane may be damaged beyond repair.
Russia's efforts to boost its influence in Africa, which was highlighted at this week's summit in Sochi, is not only about arms, nuclear power and investment deals, but also about the less tangible things.
The US government is working hard to break China’s dominance over critical mineral supplies, launching a plan to boost lithium, cobalt and rare earths mining across the globe.
Huawei has never engaged in hacking activities, the company’s vice president of strategy, Andrew Williamson, told RT after a report claimed its technicians helped African governments to snoop on political opponents.