News in Zambia is mainly disseminated by the Times Of Zambia , the Zambia Daily Mail, The Post and the Zambia National Broad Casting Corporation.>
With that introduction, first, let's take a look at the latest Zambian news and news in Lusaka from newspapers around the world…
Now, back to our Zambia newspapers...
The Times of Zambia, the Zambia Daily Mail and the Zambia National Broad Casting Corporation are government owned. The Times of Zambia has a sister paper, the Sunday Times, which comes out every Sunday.
If you really want to read the latest Zambian headlines, then read The Post. It is the most popular independent newspaper in Zambia. In addition to the daily issues from Monday to Friday, there are two special issues: the Saturday and Sunday issues. The Saturday issue focuses on education whereas the Sunday issue is devoted to lifestyle.
With the exception of the Zambia National Broad Casting Corporation which has most programs in English and a few in vernacular languages, the Times of Zambia, Zambia Daily Mail and The Post are distributed in English.
It's time to read the latest headlines in our local papers...
Read the latest news in The Post here!
Read the latest news in the Times of Zambia here!
Read the latest news in the Zambia Daily Mail here!
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Mayukuyuku Bush Camp is located about three and a half hours’ drive from Lusaka, in Kafue National Park. As a guest of Mayukuyuku Bush Camp, you are at liberty to experience the adventures Kafue Park, one of Africa’s premier wildlife areas.
Kafue National Park was established in 1924. It covers an area of 22,400 square kilometers and is home to about 55 different animal species.
Banani International School opened in 1993 and was inaugurated in 1996. The school caters for girls only. The School has both Secondary and Primary Schools. Banani International School attracts students from all walks of backgrounds, nationalities, cultures, races, and religions.