In a remarkable turnaround, the Zambian Kwacha has surged on the foreign exchange market, reaching K23.46 after weeks of trading at significantly lower levels.
Zapu has raised concerns over the government's handling of planned hearings on the Gukurahundi massacres, questioning the sincerity of its commitment to a genuine resolution of the atrocities.
In a significant development, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced on Wednesday that Russian scientists were on the verge of creating vaccines for cancer, offering hope to patients worldwide.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa reiterated the nation's support for Palestinians in Gaza, emphasizing that the government's stance aligns with principles of human rights and international law.
Britain is in recession, official data showed Thursday, dealing another blow to embattled Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, whose Conservative party is forecast to lose a general election expected this year.
In a recent development, YouTube has removed a music video by Zimbabwean artist Jah Signal, titled "Sweetie," after a copyright infringement claim made by gospel singer Pastor Charles Charamba.
Russian President Vladimir Putin weighed in on the upcoming US presidential election, describing Democratic incumbent Joe Biden as "more predictable" than his predecessor, Donald Trump.
President Hakainde Hichilema has reiterated Zambia's dedication to enhancing its power generation capacity to meet the rising demand from critical sectors like mining and agriculture.
Businessman Tendai Mashamhanda has demanded the resignation of Chief Justice Luke Malaba, accusing him of presiding over a corrupt bench and failing to address judicial improprieties.
In a historic move for the footballing world, Zambian striker, Racheal Kundananji, has rewritten the record books by becoming the most expensive women's footballer in history.