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Nkana host Zanaco in Sunday showdown

Sports Nkana host Zanaco in Sunday showdown

Nkana’s appetite to challenge for the FAZ Super Division title faces another test when they host champions Zanaco on Sunday in Kitwe.

Sixth placed Kalampa have a seemingly tough task against the third placed Bankers in a Week 26 match at Nkana Stadium.

Zanaco have 44 points from 23 matches while Nkana sits on 41 points after playing 25 matches.

The two sides battled to a goalless draw in first round match played in Lusaka.

Prior to Sunday’s match, Zanaco held Lusaka Dynamos to a scoreless draw on Wednesday in the Week 15 rescheduled match played at Nkoloma Stadium.

On the other hand, Nkana toiled to a 1-0 away victory over stubborn City of Lusaka on Sunday.

In other games, leaders Zesco United look set to maintain their stay at the top as they host bottom placed City of Lusaka in Ndola.

Zesco lead the table with 46 points from 24 matches.

City have 12 points from 25 matches.

FAZ Super League – Week 26

Sunday, 3rd September 2017

Green Buffaloes Vs Napsa Stars

Forest Rangers Vs Buildcon

Zesco United Vs City of Lusaka

Red Arrows Vs Nkwazi

Nkana Vs Zanaco

Green Eagles Vs Power Dynamos

Nchanga Rangers Vs Lumwana Radiants

Mufulira Wanderers Vs Lusaka Dynamos

Nakambala Leopards Vs Real Nakonde

Konkola Blades Vs Kabwe Warriors

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  1. China Bans Children From Attending Churches
    The Chinese Government have banned children from attending churches in the country.

    This is in a bid to tighten their grip on religious activities.

    The new directive by the Government also prohibits children from attending religious sermons and other related activities across China.

    This control on churches in the country started several years ago when places of worship were told to remove crosses from their buildings in Zhejiang Province.

    A researcher for Amnesty International, William Nee, who spoke to MailOnline UK, said, “At this point it’s unclear how widespread the ban on children attending church services are in China, but these alarming reports seem to be coming in from fairly diverse areas throughout the country.”

    • Zambia should do same.

      At least we can be guaranteed one generation of people who thinks with their brain and not their a s s.

      Religion is doing great harm to this country.

  2. They need to stop brainwashing their future generation with Middle-East stories about how a man died for their sins in Asia!

    Zambia need to take away religion from schools and constitution

    • This is a very excellent move. Science is better for kids and religion will be their choice to make at maturity. The question of God is, is a confusion in religion. Religion has no idea what they worship.

      Kudos to the Chinese Government

      Congratulations to the Chinese people.

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