Wednesday, February 21st, 2024

Zambia mourns the loss of Copper Queens striker Norin Betani, who passed away after falling ill in camp before the Olympic Games qualifier against Ghana. The government has declared two days of National Mourning in solidarity with Namibia for the late President Hage Geingob. Yango, an international ride-hailing service, has announced support measures for partner drivers in Zambia. A doctor suing Mutale Mwanza for assault damages faces difficulties serving court documents, and a bench warrant has been issued for former RTSA CEO Zindaba Soko. The government remains uncertain about the upcoming maize yield but assures food security until the next harvest. The IMF praises the Zambian government for improving transparency and fighting corruption. China condemns the US for vetoing a UN Security Council resolution demanding an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.

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Overview 📈


This episode was presented by Ayanda.


English (South Africa)

Production time

It took 9 minutes, 17 seconds to produce this episode.

Audio file

The size of the audio file is 3.06 MB. Running time is 3 minutes, 18 seconds.

Word count

460 words. This means that the presenter spoke at a rate of 139 words per minute.

Article count

11 articles from 3 sources. See below for more details.

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