Zambia is almost at full strength at its Johannesburg camp as it ended day three of training in South Africa.

Number one goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene from Mamelodi Sundowns joined the team over the weekend leaving Zambia coach honour Janza with just four players yet to report to camp out of the 27 call-ups.

Expected on Monday night is striker Emmanuel Mayuka of Southampton.

Janza is on Tuesday awaiting the Israeli duo of defender Emmanuel Mbola and striker Evans Kangwa after taking care of club obligations in Israel at Hapoel Ra’anana who lost 2-0 at home on Sunday night to Maccabi Tel Aviv.

Zambia captain and defender Stopilla Sunzu is also set for arrival on Tuesday from France.

Meanwhile, the team was on Monday morning visited by FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya who graced morning practice at the University of Johannesburg grounds where Zambia are holding their training.

Zambia have one official friendly confirmed for this weekend when they face Bafana Bafana on January 4 at Orlando Stadium in Johannesburg in a 15h00.

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  1. More tourist will visit Zambia if you reduce the prices for accomodation like Kenyan’s Gambia, and other TOP African tourist destinations!!
    Last time i had tp pay K5,000 per month for a filthy half built guesthouse in Chadleigh infested with cockroaches… Daily powercuts and water shortages.

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    • Sports Minister Chishimba Kambwili is a wild aninmal TESTICLE. What has he achieved so far in ZED or overseas? He’s just a LOCAL Political Ignorant BULLY.

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  2. UKO,,,,,PROMISE NUMBER 299 and add GBM and that makes it promise number 300,,,,,,Zambains are not listening my dear HH.

    GBM is looking at his personal interests first as an individual neglecting the interests of many Zambians who desperately need to witness completion of various developmental projects which were started by the late president. SO PLEASE HH,,,,TAKE GBM WITH YOU.

    2015 VOTE PF(EDGAR)

    I THANK YOU,,,,

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