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22 Nov 2020
Amid falling prices of raw materials, recession, and now COVID-19, Africa is in serious trouble as debt burden grows. Zambia is on the brink of defaulting on its foreign debt as a so-called grace period expires. 
24 Jun 2020
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5 Dec 2019
With Zambia imprisoning two men to 15 years for gay sex and Uganda detaining LGBQ+ activists, an African continent is a difficult place for homosexuals. Why is that?
8 Jun 2019
Zambia's largest copper mining operation, KCM, has been liquidated. Many are asking now if the country could repossess private mining operations in a bid to shore up financing amid rising debt levels.
5 Jun 2019
The ultimate energy boost? Zambia bans drink containing Viagra.
14 Apr 2019
Zambia's economy is in the tight grip of Chinese loans, a practice which has been described as dasabi, Chinese for throwing money around, mostly in secret, to ascertain influence. And Beijing-backed firms are assuming long term control of key Zambian assets.
13 Apr 2019
Many Africans are worried by the increasing presence of China on the continent. But how much is China really involved? A DW team traveled to Zambia to investigate how China has taken control of key infrastructure.Many Africans are worried by the increasing presence of China on the continent. But how much is China really involved? A DW team traveled to Zambia to investigate how China has taken control of key infrastructure.
12 Feb 2019
Zambian first lady Esther Lungu embarked on an exotic trip in January to receive four fire trucks donated by the Los Angeles City Fire Department.
24 Oct 2018
Zambia gives Congo refugees space to build businesses.
9 Jan 2017
Zambia's government has passed a bill that allows women take a day off work every month because of their menstrual cycle. Already, some see this as bad for business and economic growth.

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