Zambia Readies For Honduras

The Zambia U-20 men’s football team has had its second training session in Jeju, South Korea which is the venue for their final match against Honduras on Thursday at the Adidas Invitational Tournament. Coach Beston Chambeshi’s team will face Honduras … Continued

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The Zambia U-20 men’s football team has had its second training session in Jeju, South Korea which is the venue for their final match against Honduras on Thursday at the Adidas Invitational Tournament. Coach Beston Chambeshi’s team will face Honduras tomorrow at the Jeju World Cup Stadium. The team went through the paces at Seogwipo Soccer Park and are looking forward to the fixture against winless Honduras. Zambia opened its account at the tournament with a 2-0 win over Ecuador before succumbing to a 4-1 loss at the hands of South Korea on Monday. Their opponents in the tournament on Thursday fell 3-2 to South Korea and also lost 2-1 to Ecuador in their second match. South Korea is the only side that has not tasted defeat so far with Zambia and Ecuador winning and losing a match each. On Tuesday the team had a loosening up session at Jungmun Sports Club. The team is accommodated at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. Kickoff for the match is at 16h00 local time and 10h00 CAT) All the four teams at the tournament have qualified for the FIFA World Cup and are using the tournament to prepare for the event that kicks off on May 20 up to June 11. Zambia is in Group C alongside Portugal, Costa Rica and Iran and will be based on the Island of Jeju. Source: FAZMedia The post Zambia Readies For Honduras appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Two in Custody for Possession of Medical Drugs Without Licence

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -Police in Lilongwe have arrested two people for being found in possession of medical drugs without licence at Nsundwe and Mkanga trading centres.

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -Police in Lilongwe have arrested two people for being found in possession of medical drugs without licence at Nsundwe and Mkanga trading centres.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Minibus Operators Threaten to Hike Fares in Lilongwe

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -Minibus operators in Lilongwe have threatened to hike minibus fares for various routes in the city in reaction to traffic police strict application of regulations especially the one which regulates bus carrying capacity.

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -Minibus operators in Lilongwe have threatened to hike minibus fares for various routes in the city in reaction to traffic police strict application of regulations especially the one which regulates bus carrying capacity.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Pressure to Pass GMO Bill Gains Momentum

[Observer] Will it, will it not? Uganda teeters on the brink of having a new bill to regulate genetically modified goods after President Yoweri Museveni cleared the air about which side he supports, writes JUSTUS LYATUU.

[Observer] Will it, will it not? Uganda teeters on the brink of having a new bill to regulate genetically modified goods after President Yoweri Museveni cleared the air about which side he supports, writes JUSTUS LYATUU.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Gauteng Health Appoints Hospital Boards and Clinic Committees

[SA Govt] The Gauteng Department of Health has appointed hospitals boards as part of an effort to strengthen the management of Gauteng hospitals. The Department has appointed 161 board members, equalling 71%, up by 53% from the initial 41 board members.

[SA Govt] The Gauteng Department of Health has appointed hospitals boards as part of an effort to strengthen the management of Gauteng hospitals. The Department has appointed 161 board members, equalling 71%, up by 53% from the initial 41 board members.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa