See also: Zambia news

African Religion - Wim van Binsbergen
Full text articles and photographs. Includes the Lumpa church rising, Zambia (Alice Lenshina's separatist church), Studying girl's puberty rites among the Zambian Nkoya, and Church and social control in Lusaka. Van Binsbergen is a Professor at Erasmus University, Rotterdam and a certified spirit medium/ diviner/ priest in the sangoma tradition of Southern Africa.

Agenda for Change, AfC
Zambia political party founded by Henry Kyambalesa. Party manifesto, press releases, founder's biography. The Party formed an alliance with the Heritage Party for the Sept. 28, 2006 election. Based in Lusaka, Zambia.

American International School, Lusaka, Zambia
An accredited international school for children aged 2 to 16 years.

The U.S. State Dept. has a one page summary on the school.

AVERT - HIV and AIDS in Africa
Extensive site. Includes statistics, personal stories, sections on Botswana, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia; each section covers "the impact of AIDS; a history of the government's response; information about funding; and accounts of prevention, treatment and care programmes." Sections on issues regarding HIV / AIDS worldwide. From AVERT, an international HIV and AIDS charity based in Horsham, UK. It operates especially in Southern Africa.

Bank of Zambia
The Bank of Zambia is Zambia's cental bank. It is the banker to commercial banks and the Zambia Government. It advises the Government on monetary and financial affairs. Has press releases, Governor's speeches, monetary policy statement, statistics (Mineral Production and Exports, Percentage Changes in the Consumer Price Indices), etc.

British Library. United National Independence Party of Zambia Archives
"Kenneth Kaunda's United National Independence Party (UNIP) was formed in 1959. It was the driving force behind the attainment of Zambia's independence in 1964."
EAP121/1 Records of the African National Congress (ANC) party of Zambia [1948-1973] 
EAP121/2 United National Independence Party of Zambia (UNIP) [1949-1988]

Catholic Centre for Justice, Development and Peace (CCJDP), Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (Zambia)
The Centre became Caritas Zambia. Works on land issues, monitoring Zambia's structural adjustment program, campaigns to cancel Zambia's debts, works to abolish the death penalty. Has the full text of "State of the Nation. Comprehensive Statement ... on the current situation in Zambia."

Chaminuka Nature Reserve and Lodge
Luxury tourist lodge. Described by a visitor Dr. Donal Brody of Great Epic Books.

[Chisala] Chanda Chisala
Blog by Chanda Chisala, founder of Zambia Online. Commentary relating current affairs in Africa to events in Europe, Asia, U.S. etc. Chisala was a Knight Fellow at Stanford University.

Chrysalis E-zine
The magazine has closed but the issues can be found on the Internet Archive site. E-zine, electronic magazine. Commentary on Zambia (problems with the national university, political events, Zanglish-Zambian English, the National Christian Coalition, etc. Book reviews, poetry. See also the print article, "Chrysalis. The Life and Death of the African Renaissance in a Zambian Internet Magazine" in Global Shadows: Africa in the Neoliberal World Order, by James Ferguson, 113-154 (Durham: Duke University Press, 2006).

CIIMDA, Centre for Indigenous African Instrumental Music and Dance Practices
Offers classrom dance, instrumental courses in SADC countries (Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland, and Zambia), works with government Ministries. Publishes books. Based in Pretoria, South Africa.

Citizens Democratic Party, CDP
Political party. "CDP's strategy is to build an organization primarily centered on issues and not individuals."

Civil Society for Poverty Reduction, CSPR
"...civil society anti-poverty advocacy network of over 140 organisation working for pro-poor development..." Has full text reports. Based in Lusaka, Zambia.
Requires subscription to access. Reuters and AP wire stories on Zambia and other countries. Usenet newsgroup created November 1995.

Columbia International Affairs Online
Use their Search to locate many full text academic articles, reports, briefings, by keyword, author, date, institution. Ex. "Neither Phoenix nor Icarus: Negotiating Economic Reform in Ghana and Zambia, 1983-1992" by Matthew Marti, 28 pp. in (Chap. 4 of a book edited by Thomas Callaghy and John Ravenhill, 1993). Has an events section.

COMESA, Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa
"COMESA [formerly the PTA] exists as an organisation of free independent sovereign states which have agreed to co-operate in developing their natural and human resources for the good of all their people'. With its 19 member states and population of 300 million it forms a major integrated trading block." Has information on customs tariffs by country, road/transport including road distances, economic profiles for each country (Angola, Burundi, Comoros, D.R. Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Namibia, Rwanda, Seychelles, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe) etc. Has the text of Doing Business with COMESA: the Handbook, legal guides to establishing business, etc.

Crehan, Kate - Fractured Community: Landscapes of Power and Gender in Rural Zambia
Full text of the book. (Berkeley, Calif. : University of California Press, 1997. 258 p. Series: Perspectives on Southern Africa ; 54.)

Dear Zambia
Zambia citizens air their concerns, opinions, grievances about the government, services, education, entertainment, etc. Part of the Zambia Online network.

Denmark. Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Has full text reports on development co-operation with African countries (Zambia. Pub. 1995) The Zambia report includes political history, environmental problems, role of women, industry, health, education, human rights, Danish business, NGOs.

Development Bank of Zambia

Drescher, Axel W. - Urban Agriculture In The Seasonal Tropics Of Central Southern Africa. A Case Study Of Lusaka/Zambia (1997)
"Main objective of the Household Garden Survey was to clarify the role of Household Gardens for Household Food Security in Zambia." Dr. Drescher is with the Section on Applied Physiogeography of the Tropics and Subtropics, Universität Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany. From "Urban Agriculture Notes," City Farmer, Canada's Office of Urban Agriculture.

Electoral Commission of Zambia
Has a political parties directory, the results of the 1991, 1996, 2001, 2006, 2011 presidential elections, the 2001 and 2006 local government elections, the parliamentary elections, text of election related Acts, members of Parliament announcements.

Environmental Council of Zambia
Established in 1992 as a statutory body created under an Act of Parliament (Zambia) to protect the environment and control pollution. Full text reports such as Lusaka City State of Environment Outlook Report; State of Environment Zambia 2000 (reports take a while to download). Based in Lusaka, Zambia.

Forum for Democracy and Development, FDD
Opposition party. Its leader is Edith Nawakwi. Its candidate for the November 2001 Presidential election was Lieutenant-Generall Christon Tembo, a former vice president of Zambia.

Foundation for Democratic Process, FODEP
"...a voluntary Civic NGO working for the promotion and protection of the democratization process in Zambia through programs of public education." E-mail: Based in Lusaka.

Frontline Fellowship (Newlands, South Africa)
"...exist to further the cause of world evangelisation by missionary outreach to resistant or neglected areas and groups in Southern Africa." Has field reports from Angola, Namibia, Sudan, Zambia, Mozambique, newsletter reports on Sudan, Zimbabwe, sells books on related topics.

Global Witness - Conflict Diamonds
Global Witness, based in London, published "A Rough Trade -- The Role of Companies and Governments in the Angolan Conflict, a report that " have been UNITA's major source of revenue during the 1990's - gaining an estimated US$3.7 billion between 1992 and 19982 - which has enabled them to re-arm and maintain supplies despite the UN sponsored peace process. UNITA has sold its diamonds on the unofficial, 'outside'' market and has found willing buyers within the diamond industry." Cites the involvement of De Beers and its Central Selling Organisation (CSO), Zambia, and Belgium.

Great Epic Books - Kenneth Kaunda
Site has closed but some pages are in the Internet Archive. Information on former President Kenneth Kaunda. Includes an account of a visit of former President Kenneth Kaunda, a fax from Kaunda on the death of Hastings Banda, photographs of Kaunda, a Jan. 1999 visit with Kaunda, etc. Greater Epic Books was an antiquarian bookstore in Lynnwood, Washington.

Habitat for Humanity Zambia, HFHZ
"...a Christian Non-Governmental Organisation that seek to provide simple, decent shelter for families in need." Based in Lusaka.

Harvest Help
A non-profit which "works with farmers in Malawi and Zambia, helping them to feed their families, earn a living and work towards self reliance. We promote appropriate and affordable sustainable farming methods which enable farmers to increase food production." Based in the U.K. - Pictures and Travel Journals from Southern and East Africa
The author's travel journal and photographs of Uganda (54 images), Rwanda (48 images), Tanzania, Kenya, Malawi, Zambia (67 images), Zimbabwe, South Africa, Swaziland, Mozambique, Lesotho, Namibia, Angola, Botswana, Ethiopia (120 images), recorded between November 2, 2004 and April 29, 2005. Photographs have description, location, date. The Site owner is Peder af Geijerstam who lives in Stockholm, Sweden. [KF]

Ho, Conal
Site closed. Conal Ho, a Ph.D. candidate at University of California, Santa Cruz, grew up in Ghana. His research concerns " the politics of belonging and community formation among the Chinese expatriates of Ghana." Supports the African Vulnerable Children project in Zambia run by Living Compassion, a Soto Zen Buddhist organization.

Human Rights Watch - "Zambia: Workers Detail Abuse in Chinese-Owned Mines"
Full text report. November 3, 2011.

Human Rights Watch - “Suffering in Silence: Human Rights Abuses and HIV Transmission to Girls in Zambia”
New York: Human Rights Watch, 2002. Full text of a 121 page report "which details sexual abuse and other human rights abuses of Zambian girls, especially girls orphaned by AIDS. The report documents many incidents of abuse of orphan girls at the hands of their guardians. Some of the girls are as young as 11 years old."

Human Rights Watch - Zambia
Reports on Zambia (freedom of expression, labor issues, sexual abuse, World Bank, etc.) Based in New York city.

Ilunga, Enock
On Zambian artist Enock Ilunga. "Not confined solely to oil paintings, he also creates sculptures from scrap metal. Several of his large sculptures are visable at different locations in Lusaka, the capital of Zambia."

Select Publications, search the Database using Zambia, which retrieves a 5 page paper by George J. Coakley, in Adobe PDF, on The Mineral Industry of Zambia (1998).

International Labour Organization - e.quality@work
An Information Base on Equal Employment Opportunities for Women and Men. For the African countries covered (Egypt, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia) provides information on all or some of the following - equal employment legislation; collective agreements; case law, customary law, labor courts, workers' and employers' organizations, national guidelines, government programs, links to related sites.

International School of Lusaka
"....founded in 1963, is one of the oldest international schools on the continent of Africa, and is currently the third largest such school in the Association of International Schools in Africa. Has students from over 60 different nationalities.
Zambia site (though based in Houston, Texas) "to educate the world about our beloved country and introduce people to uplifting and positive projects in Zambia." Discussion on society, sections for women (hair, etc.), Zambian musicians, kids, books, community site for Zambians abroad, etc. Maintained by Veronica Mahongo Kachaka.

Languages of Zambia Page
Lists all languages in Zambia alphabetically and by the Guthrie classification. For most languages provides a bibliography including journal articles, book chapters, monographs. Clicking on the Zambia map produces a list of languages spoken in each province. Created by Dr. Lee S. Bickmore, Dept. of Anthropology, University at Albany (SUNY), Albany, New York.

Legal Resources Foundation of Zambia
Full text of some issues of The LRF News. Articles cover prisoners' rights, homosexuality, banning of a church, defence of the accused in a coup attempt, etc. Offers legal advice for Zambians by e-mail.

Lubuto Library Project
Creates libraries to serve Africa's street kids and other vulnerable children. Gives "...street children the opportunity for non-formal education, improving literacy, language skills, general knowledge and participation in society." Video (aimed at K-12 students) on street children and the impact of HIV/AIDS. Photographs. Based in Washington, D.C. Regional office in Lusaka, Zambia.

Lusaka City Council

Lusaka Stock Exchange
The Exchange opened on 21st February 1994.

Lusaka Times
Blog about Zambia, political, social commentary. Sports, etc. Read the articles with the most comments.

Magical Modernities in Africa
Full text papers from the April 2001 conference at the Univ. of Wisconsin.

Includes: On Unpacking the Occult: Why We Need to Go Back to Friuli (or Transylvania. for that matter) [Zambia] (Luise White)

Mail & Guardian (formerly the Weekly Mail & Guardian)
Excellent South African newspaper which may occasionally cover Zambian news.

Milingo, Archbishop Emmanuel
Has a biography, statements by the Archbishop, by Mrs. Maria [Sung] Milingo, wife of Archbishop Milingo, interviews, photographs (including his wedding), media articles.

Mining Weekly
News on the mining industry, mainly South Africa but use the Search to locate Zambia news. Includes telecommunications news, company profiles, conferences, business leader profiles, cartoons. Based in Bedfordview, South Africa.

MIT Theses Online
Has selected MIT theses only. For example, has the full text of U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan's M. S. thesis, "International joint venture with a government partner case study: copper mining in Zambia." (1972, 124 leaves, tables. Includes bibliographical references. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Alfred P. Sloan School of Management.)

Money, Duncan - Sources for the History of the Copperbelt
Archival sources for the colonial and post-colonial history of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Zambia.
"state archives, company archives, trade union archives, missionary archives, international organisations, personal archive collections, newspapers, photographs and films. Duncan Money is a historian of Central and Southern Africa based at Leiden University, Netherlands.  He manages a project to preserve and digitize the archives of the Mineworkers’ Union of Zambia.

Movement for Multi-party Democracy, MMD
The ruling party in the 2008 election. The MMD Presidential candidate was Rupiah Banda, then the Acting President. Its candidate, Frederick Chiluba, won the 1991 Presidential election.

National Archives of Zambia

National Institute for Scientific and Industrial Research, NISIR
A "Zambian Government-funded statutory research organisation...undertakes research and development activities....including agriculture, natural resources and products, environment and water resources, minerals and industrial raw materials, peaceful application of nuclear science and technology, electrical and electronic power conditioning and protection, textile testing and services, information and communications technology and the information system."

National Roads Board (Lusaka)

Non-governmental Organisations' Co-ordinating Committee, NGOCC (Lusaka)
"...established by...Zambian women NGOs in 1985 after the United Nations' World conference on women held in Nairobi Kenya." "...has a membership of 56 NGOs and community based organisations...NGOCC reaches out to about 75% of women in Zambia." Their extensive members' directory is online. Examples of their work include lobbying for laws of inheritance which "...protect the widow/widower and children after the death of a spouse or parent." Has a Documentation Centre.

Northern Rhodesians Worldwide
Has a directory with biographical information on members, stories of life in Northern Rhodesia, historical photographs and excerpts from the "British
South Africa Historical Catalogue & Souvenir of Rhodesia from the Empire
Exhibition, Johannesburg, 1936-1937."

Official SADC Trade, Industry & Investment Review 1999
Includes a country profile on Zambia. Brief information on the economy, taxation, mining, environment, labor, culture, tourism, trade contacts, diplomatic missions, etc. Published by Southern African Marketing Company Ltd (Gaborone, Botswana) in assoc. with the SADC Secretariat.

Panos Institute - GM [Genetically Modified Food] Food aid and GM policy in southern Africa
"On August 16th 2002 the Zambian government announced that it would not accept 27,000 tonnes of food aid from the US to feed about two million of its people stricken by famine, because the food contained genetically modified grain." " "Panos produced a background briefing paper on GM crops and issues around their introduction into Africa.'

Patriotic Front
Web site of the Patriotic Front political party. It's candidate, Michael Sata, won the 2011 Presidential election. See also Sata's Facebook page.

Pelum Association - Zambia
Participatory Ecological Land Use Management founded 1995 in Zimbabwe is a regional network of civil society organisations. In 2004 PELUM Association Regional Desk (RD) relocated to Lusaka, Zambia." Operates in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Botswana, Lesotho, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Rwanda with over 150 member organisations in the PELUM network. Works in sustainable agriculture, food security, and natural resource management. Its magazine, Ground Up, distributes information on environmentally-sound farming techniques.

The Post
Independent Zambia newspaper. Contains the full-text of the lastest issue and past issues from October 20, 1995, no. 327 and following.

The February 5, 1996 issue was banned by the Zambia govt. Declan McCullagh put the full text of this issue on a web site which contains background on the banning and Zambia govt. censorship, the U.S. State Dept. report Zambia Human Rights Practices, 1993 and links to related articles.

ROQAN Program
Program to encourage Zambian professionals to return to  Zambia from overseas. The program is supported by the International Organisation of Migration. (IOM)

SD Abstracts (U.S. Agency for International Development, Office of Sustainable Development, Washington, D.C.)
In Adobe pdf format. Has abstracts of USAID funded reports on Africa.

Most of the actual full text reports can be found at the Development Experience Clearinghouse:
Used No. 3, Fielded Search for best results. Topics for Zambia include maize and cotton marketing, urban health, farming, malaria prevention, environmental education, HIV prevention, measles control, child health, and other topics.

Siegle, Brian - The Kafulafuta Mission in Zambia
"Kafulafuta mission was part of the colonial enterprise in British Central Africa, and it largely framed the colonial experience of the rural Copperbelt's Lamba people." Full text of a paper presented 1999 at the Southeast Regional Seminar in African Studies. Dr. Siegel teaches in the Sociology Department, Furman University, Greenville, SC.

Simba International School (Ndola, Zambia)
Private primary and secondary school offering a British-based education, has student web pages, the curriculum, etc.

Six Degrees (Stanford)
Print magazine, produced by Stanford University students. The Fall 2003 issue, in PDF, has an interview with President Kaunda, including photographs. Based in Palo Alto, California.

Southscan (London)
E version of the respected print bulletin of Southern African affairs. Has contents listing for recent issues and contents lisitng for issues from 1994 +

United National Independence Party of Zambia, EAP121
The entire archive of 3,000 plus files is online. Former President Kenneth Kaunda's Party was formed in 1959. "a prime resource for virtually all historians of modern Zambia." Includes the records from 1948-1973 for the party's predecessor the African National Congress (ANC).  Digitized by the British Library.

United Nations. Relief Web - Africa Maps
A huge number and variety of maps. Africa (includes Comores, Malawi, Madagascar, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe):

United Party for National Development, UPND
Site has closed. Opposition party whose founder and president was Anderson K Mazoka. Party manifesto, press releases, etc. Web site based in London. (Some pages are stilll in the Internet Archive site.) Based in Lusaka.

USAID. Health Services and Systems Program, HSSP
"...a USAID funded health project in Zambia whose mandate is to support the Ministry of Health (MoH) in improving the quality of and access to key health services through the provision of technical assistance."

U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. Chiefs of State & Cabinet Members - Zambia
Provides a list of the President, Cabinet members, the Governor of the Central Bank, the country's Ambassador to the U.S., and its U.N. Representative.

U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. World Factbook - Zambia
Information on geography, people, government, economy, transportation, communication, defense, etc.

U.S. Department of State. Foreign Affairs Network (DOSFAN)
Information prior to January 20, 2001. Keyword searchable database, many State Dept. briefings, speeches of the Secty. of State, country human rights reports, travel (foreign per diem allowance rates, passports, etc.), trade,and business information, key officials.

U.S. Department of State. Report on Human Rights Practices - Zambia.
2010 Report, 2009 Report, 2008 Report, 2007 Report, 2006 Report, 2005 Report, 2004 Report, 2003 Report, 2002 Report, 2001 Report, 2000 Report,1999 Report, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1993-1995 Reports.

United States. Embassy. Zambia
Profile of the Ambassador, information for travelers to Zambia, the Democracy and Human Rights Fund for small projects, etc.

Univ. of Pennsylvania Zambia Page and Search Engine
Maps, an embassy directory, travel, language information, etc. Created by Julie Sisskind, now maintained by Ali Dinar. UPenn has a search facility for their African Studies site..

University of Zambia
Includes faculty lists, courses, university e-mail addresses, news, speeches, university history, the Legal Information Institute, University of Zambia Student's Union, university projects, the Institute of Economic and Social Research, the University's Strategic Plan (153 p. in Adobe pdf), etc.

University of Zambia Library

University of Zambia Medical Library
Large site with issues of the Zambia Health Information Digest, a medical phrases (in ChiBemba, ChiNyanja, Ci Tonga, Si Lozi and English), a section on HIV/AIDS in Zambia, and many health-related resources. The HIV/AIDS in Zambia section includes a 200 item annotated bibliography to 1995, and extensive internet resources.

Washington Line
Daily publication of the U.S. Information Service in Lusaka. Includes official policy statements, reports on U.S. govt. activities, articles on U.S.-Zambia relations. Has issues for the latest two weeks and a compilation of the best of the last ten editions (Sept. 95-April 96 as of 5-96).

Women Refugees Community in Zambia (Lusaka, Zambia)
"...immigrant and refugees women are particularly vulnerable to domestic violence since language barriers and fear of immigration authorities often prevent these women from seeking assistance from police or victim advocates." Has an e-mail newsletter. Offers workshops on women's rights and violence against women, provides shelter for women asylum seekers, and vocational training.

Women's History Museum of Zambia
Historical narratives of African women from an African woman’s perspective. Includes Leading Ladies an animated podcast depicting 17th and 19th century Zambian women who held significant positions of leadership. Example a podcast about Chilufya Chileshe Kapwepwe and her work in environmental conservation. Based in Lusaka, Zambia.

Zambezi Resources Limited
(AIM:ZRL; ASX:ZRL) "...a Zambia-focused exploration company successfully finding and developing multiple Copper / Gold Projects in Southern Zambia." Based in West Perth, Australia.

Zambezi Society (Harare)
"...conservation group devoted solely to looking after the Zambezi, the finest and wildest river in Africa." Projects include biodiversity in Mozambique, Zambia, Botswana, Namibia, Malawi, Zimbabwe, elephant research, black rhino protection, eco-tourism, Victoria Falls environmental problems. Has photographs, publications list, a map.

Zambezi Times (New York)
Weekly published in New York City. News of Zambia,

Zambia Business on ZAMNET
ZAMNET hosts information on the govt's Zambia Investment Centre and the Zambia Privatisation Agency (which includes a link to the Zambia Export and Import Bank.)
Zambia Business on ZAMNET -
Zambia Privatisation Agency -

Zambia. Central Statistical Office
Censuses 1990 and 2000, country profile, statistics on health, HIV / AIDS, education, labour & employment, agriculture, trade, inflation, consumer price index, maps, related links, monthly economic indicators. Based in Lusaka.

Zambia. Communications Authority
Official site. " the regulator - or "watchdog" - for the Zambian telecommunications industry." Has application procedures, radio frequency license fees, using mobile phones and other equipment, text of the Telecommunications Act, etc.

Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines Ltd., ZCCM
"...the largest company in one of the largest copper-producing countries in the world. ZCCM mainly produces copper and cobalt; it also mines gold, silver, and selenium. " - (Source: Hoover's Online, company database). Has information on their environmental policy, division, subsidiaries. Based in Lusaka , Zambia

Zambia Daily Mail and Sunday Mail
Articles from the latest issue of this long established government newspaper. Includes Copperbelt news, business and sports.
Daily Mail:
Sunday Mail:

Zambia Development Agency

Zambia Discussion Lists

Zambia-List is a discussion list for all interested in Zambia. To subscribe, send e-mail to:
In the Message area put: subscribe
The list manager is S. Frederick Hamutete.

UNZANET is a discussion list for those interested in universities in Zambia. To join send e-mail to:
In the Message area put: subscribe unzanet

The above information about these two lists is at:

Zambia Health Information Digest (Lusaka, Zambia)
Published by University of Zambia Medical Library. Has full text articles. Provides abstracts of journal articles prepared by the UNZA Medical Library and by Medline.

Zambia. High Commission in the United Kingdom
Visa information, links to related sites.

Zambia Legal Information Institute
"...established by the Law School of the University of Zambia." "The Institute's aim is to improve access to judgements, statutes and other legal materials of the Republic of Zambia."

Has the full text of -
Acts of Zambia: listed by year and by name
Constitution of Zambia
Court Rulings: Supreme Court, High Court, Industrial Relations Court, Land Tribunal, Revnue Tribunal
Supreme Court of Zambia Decisions: can be searched by year, by topic and by party name
Zambia Law Journal

Zambia Library Association
Has a directory of individual and institutional members, a directory of libraries in Zambia, conference papers such as "Free Access to Information and Freedom of Expression: challenges to the Zambian Librarian/Information Professional of yesterday, today, and tomorrow," by Kaputo M. Chenga, and other features.

Zambia. Ministry of Education
Based in Lusaka.

Zambia. Ministry of Health
Full text reports such as the National Health Strategic Plan 2006-2010. Operates the Mansa School of Nursing. Based in Lusaka, Zambia.

Zambia. Ministry of Legal Affairs
Official site.

Zambia National Commercial Bank
Opened in 1969. "The Bank has an extensive network of over 40 branches strategically located throughout Zambia, and a branch in London."

Zambia National Tourist Board
Zambia is home to Victoria Falls. Places to visit, game reserves, main cities, a variety of safari tours, sports, wildlife and bird checklists,

Zambia National Women's Lobby Group
"...a non partisan pressure group committed to the equal representation and participation of women in decision making at all levels and in all spheres of development." Click on the map for a directory of officials. Has the number of women in Parliament since the 1960s, press releases.

Zambia News Online
An e-journal, available through subscription, written by Zambian journalists in Zambia. Assembled and edited by South Africa Contact, the former anti-apartheid movement in Denmark, publishers of i'Afrika, a quarterly magazine concentrating on Southern Africa. Some issues are on the Univ. of Pennsylvania site. Subscriptions for one year are: Students US$17; Individuals US$22; Institutions US$4
For further information send email to:

Zambia. Office of the Auditor General

Zambia Online
Portal. Aggregates Zambia news. Links to Zambia newspapers, radio, political parties, other Zambia sites. Maintained by Chanda Chisala & Michael Chishala, Moneynet Enterprises. Chanda Chisala was a 2008/2009 Knight Fellow.

Zambia Page -  Sid Malhotra
Many links to Zambia related sites on Business & Investment, Development,  Education,  Facts & Figures, Entertainment,  Maps, News, Pictures, Sports, Tourism. Maintained by Sid Malhotra.

Zambia. Parliament

Full text of the daily Parliamentary debates, history of party politics, historical background of the Parliament 1918-1999 and more.

Zambia Shall Be Saved
Site of Dr. Nevers Sekwila Mumba of Zambia, 2001 Presidential candidate, founder of Victory Ministries International and a television evangelist.

Zambia. State House
Official site. President F. J. T. Chiluba, the Vice President, Lt. General Christon Tembo, government ministers, members of Parliament, etc. Has speeches, press releases,
list of registered political parties, members of Parliament, ambassadors to Zambia, government ministers, government newsletters, etc.

Zambia. State House. Political Parties
List of registered political parties as of January 2002. Date of registration, president / founder, address.

Zambia Telecommunications Company (Ndola)
Government telecom company and internet service provider. Includes a chronology of telecom service in Zambia. Formerly the Posts and Telecommunications Corporations Limited.

Zambia Welfare Association
"...a registered charity set up to promote the welfare of Zambians in the United Kingdom."
All about Zambia, for the Zambian community. Yellow pages, Zambia web site directory, White Pages with city phone codes, news, government information (cabinet members, etc.), six maps, profiles of Zambians, weather, time, recipes, etc. Maintained by volunteers.

Zambian Chronicle
Blog on all issues Zambian. Maintained by "Brainwave R Mumba, Sr who is also the CEO and President of a Texas registered private firm, Microplus Holdings International, Inc. Zambian Chronicle is a wholly owned subsidiary of Microplus."

Zambian Football
Site also called GO CHIPOLOPOLO GO ZAMBIA. Chipolopolo (the Copper Bullets) is the Zambia national team's nickname. "This website gives publicity to Zambian players, coaches, administrators and corporate partners. The website also has information on African soccer news." Includes links to YouTube videos.

Zamnet Business Directory
Directory of businesses and government business organizations such as the Zambia Privitisation Agency, the Zambia Investment Center, etc.

Online magazine from Zambia. Has a "Think-out Forum" for discussion, opinions.