Zambia Under-20 Target World Cup Spot If They Beat Mali Tonight

The Zambia U-20 will walk into their second Group A match against a tougher opponent in Mali at Heroes Stadium this evening. Beston Chambeshi’s fledglings lead Group A with three points after having dispatched Guinea 1-0 in the opening match … Continued

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The Zambia U-20 will walk into their second Group A match against a tougher opponent in Mali at Heroes Stadium this evening. Beston Chambeshi’s fledglings lead Group A with three points after having dispatched Guinea 1-0 in the opening match before a sell out crowd at Heroes Stadium on Sunday. Four-time champions Egypt will be up against bottom placed Guinea in the 15h00 kickoff at the same venue. FC Liefering striker Patson Daka is expected to lead the junior Chipolopolo upfront alongside Spartak Moscow striker Fashion Sakala. In midfield Portugal based Emmanuel Banda is expected to be handed a starting berth after his game changing show in the opening match and will team up with Enock ‘Computer’ Mwepu and Boyd Musonda. At the back Chambeshi will have a familiar pivot around skipper Solomon Sakala with wingbacks being Moses Nyondo and Shemmy Mayembe. Zambia should be wary of the threat posed by Mali striker Sekou Koita who tormented the Egyptian backline in their opening match. Group has Zambia is at the top with Egypt and Mali in joint second on one point while Guinea is at the foot with no point. In Group B South Africa is in commanding top position while Senegal and Sudan are on one point in second position. Cameroun is rooted to the bottom. The Zambia kicks off at 18:00 hours. (SOURCE: Bolazambia) The post Zambia Under-20 Target World Cup Spot If They Beat Mali Tonight appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Hefty Fines for ‘Viroba’ Defiance

[Daily News] The ban on sachet-packed liquor popularly known as ‘Viroba’ starts today. And, heavy penalties of up to three years imprisonment or fines amounting to 5m/- or both will be imposed on those found consuming, distributing or producing the har…

[Daily News] The ban on sachet-packed liquor popularly known as 'Viroba' starts today. And, heavy penalties of up to three years imprisonment or fines amounting to 5m/- or both will be imposed on those found consuming, distributing or producing the hard liquor packed in plastic sachets.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Employees Probed Over Money Laundering

[Nyasa Times] Fiscal police is investinging four employees of Bakhresa Grain Milling Malawi Limited on financial crimes which has seen a Kenyan national Adlsham Idah who was working as director bolting.

[Nyasa Times] Fiscal police is investinging four employees of Bakhresa Grain Milling Malawi Limited on financial crimes which has seen a Kenyan national Adlsham Idah who was working as director bolting.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Teen Arrested For Forging Exam Results Slip

[The Herald] An 18-year-old man arrested while trying to enrol for Lower Sixth using a forged Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) 2016 Ordinary Level results slip was yesterday given a wholly suspended sentence.

[The Herald] An 18-year-old man arrested while trying to enrol for Lower Sixth using a forged Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) 2016 Ordinary Level results slip was yesterday given a wholly suspended sentence.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Teacher Allegedly Abets Husband in Rape of Minor

[The Herald] In a suspected case of ritual practice, a pre-school teacher in Eastview, Harare allegedly kidnapped a girl from a crèche and took the minor to her house where her husband raped her in their bedroom.

[The Herald] In a suspected case of ritual practice, a pre-school teacher in Eastview, Harare allegedly kidnapped a girl from a crèche and took the minor to her house where her husband raped her in their bedroom.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Activists Group to Approach Concourt Over Grants Crisis

[News24Wire] Activist group Black Sash wants the Constitutional Court to compel the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) and Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini to ensure that grant beneficiaries will still be protected come March 31.

[News24Wire] Activist group Black Sash wants the Constitutional Court to compel the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) and Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini to ensure that grant beneficiaries will still be protected come March 31.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Xenophobia – Gbajabiamila Leads Nigerian Lawmakers to South Africa

[Premium Times] The Leader of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, has been mandated by the House to lead a delegation to South Africa over the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians.

[Premium Times] The Leader of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, has been mandated by the House to lead a delegation to South Africa over the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria