Zambian police have arrested more than 250 people after widespread riots and looting prompted by rumours of alleged ritual killings by Rwandans.
A $4-billion fund to create 25-million jobs is one initiative to uplift Africa’s people, the young in particular.
Zambia's Treasury is considering reintroducing regulations to make the kwacha the country's only legal currency again.
Two national parks – one in Zambia and one in Malawi – offer splendid game viewing at a variety of locations.
The country’s film industry is looking up despite the lack of a national policy, limited budgets and a host of other drawbacks.
The steep fall in copper prices and electricity shortages are hammering the kwacha.
In this country of cyclists necessity, talent and pure grit leave sleek gear in the dust.
Zambian President Edgar Lungu collapsed on the podium while presiding over a Women's Day celebration in Lusaka over the weekend.
Following the death of President Michael Sata in October, the ruling Patriotic Front candidate Edgar Lungu has received 48.3% of the vote.
The Patriotic Front has taken a small lead over the opposition United Party for National Development, with 80 of the 150 constituencies counted.
Opposition candidate Hakainde Hichilema said some remote parts of the country had not received ballot papers halfway through the polling day.
Zambia's copper industry has been at the heart of campaigning for Tuesday's presidential election and poses a big headache for the next leader.
Zambia's ex-president Rupiah Banda has joined the opposition Patriotic Front party after failing to win his party's backing.
Mulenga, son of late Zambian president Michael Sata, has withdrawn his candidature for presidency of the Patriotic Front.
Zambia's high court is to decide on issuing a licence for a copper mine in a game reserve bordering Zimbabwe's Mana Pools world heritage site.
It's a family affair - Christine Kaseba, widow of former Zambian president Michael Sata, joins three other family members in a race for the top job.
African leaders joined thousands of Zambians as they bid farewell to late president Michael Sata on Tuesday.
Sean Christie recalls a 2011 interview with new Zambian Interim President Guy Scott, a self-proclaimed do-gooder.
In a move to defuse anger in Zambia, acting president Guy Scott reversed his decision to remove Edgar Lungu as head of the ruling party.