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FAZ unveils new kit sponsor ahead of Portugal clash

New kit by Mafro

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THE Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has announced a new shirt deal hours before the U-20 Men’s Football National Team takes to the pitch in the FIFA World Cup Korea Republic 2017.

FAZ General Secretary Ponga Liwewe announced that MAFRO will dress the Chipolopolo on a two year deal.

The kit sponsorship deal between FAZ and MAFRO is for a 2-year period.

“As an Association we are proud that this deal has been unveiled when the junior Chipolopolo participates in the 2017, South Korea U-20Fifa World Cup. The decision to engage MAFRO as a kit supplier of our National team is based on MAFRO’s successful and illustrious global partnership with various clubs and national sides.” Mr Liwewe said.

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5 Zambian Companies with the Golden Touch in the Second Quarter of 2017

The Golden Ribbon Award was launched as part of the Partners Group’s 10th anniversary celebrations.

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The Partners Group, publishers of the Partners Guide Magazine recently presented the quarterly Golden Ribbon Award to Konkola Copper Mines (KCM), Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA), The Bushcamp Company, DotCom Zambia and Standard Chartered Bank plc for their contributions to Zambia in terms of innovation, or positive social or environmental programmes during the second quarter of 2017.

The Golden Ribbon Award was launched as part of the Partners Group’s 10th anniversary celebrations.

Every quarter, analysts from the Partners Guide will monitor the media bookmarking articles about positive contributions that businesses have made to Zambia during that quarter and engage in further research, selecting the top five companies who have made notable contributions to the country in that period. Members of the selected companies’ upper management are then presented with a certificate of commendation along with a gift basket by the Partners Group with help from T. Jensen Limo Services in a short ceremony.

Contributions made by the five winners are as follows:

KCM: For their USD $7million pongamia biodiesel project which seeks to plant over 400,000 elite Pongamia Pinnata trees at a disused dump site to produce biofuel. The project, expected to create 500 jobs is supported by MUSIKA, strategic partner to BetterWorld Energy, who provided financing for the trees, storage facilities and water reticulation. The project is part of species trials supported by the Forestry Department and Zambia Agricultural Research Institute, Plant Quarantine and Phytosanitary Services (PQPS) of the Ministry of Agriculture.

Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA): For their Electronic Zambia Transport and Information System (e-ZAMTIS). The new system is designed to improve efficiency in service delivery and also minimise revenue leakages by allowing cashless transactions.

Bushcamp Company: For their numerous community projects including construction of a library and computer lab at Chiwawatala Primary School, sinking over 70 boreholes in local villages, providing scholarships up to university level for over 350 children and providing a meal a day to over 2500 local school children among many other activities at a cost of over USD $250,000.

Dotcom Zambia: For their e-business Solutions for small and medium sized Zambian companies creating an e-commerce platform for local companies to trade and market their goods/services on local and international markets.

Standard Chartered Bank plc: For the bank’s ‘Goal Girls initiative’ which empowers girls aged 12-22 years with life skills training through sport. Over 300 girls from Lusaka’s Kamanga Township benefitted from this initiative in Q2 this year.

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U20 Football World Cup 2017

Tupolopolo leading the way!

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African champions get down to business in Korea

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THE Zambia U-20 has had their first training in Jeju where they are shaping up for the FIFA World Cup that commences on Saturday.

Zambia is accommodated at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Jeju and got down to business this morning with their first training session at the Kang Chang Hak Stadium.

FAZ Communications Manager Desmond Katongo told Fazfootball.comfrom Jeju that the team had an hour session and will be back in the afternoon.

The African champions are in Group C alongside Portugal, Iran and Costa Rica.

Zambia opens its FIFA U-20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017 on Sunday against Portugal with kickoff being at 06:45 hours.

Source: Fazfootball.com

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