Napsa Stars football club has adopted a new design of its football logo. A media social posting on Facebook indeed confirmed the new image was different from the previous one. It is more cleaner, easy on the eye with clear lines, and less clutter. "We have adopted a New Logo and we love it! Hope you love it too.." said the tweet. https://twitter.com/napsastars_fc/status/1274978574370570241?s=20 The Napsa Stars new logo retains the main color of yellow and blue. Yellow dominates while blue emphasizes the logo with an extra white. The 5 stars appearing on the logo are now not of the same size. One star stands dominant and immediately slight above it a small before a line on top reads Napsa Stars F.C.
According the media statement released today on social media Power Dynamos football club sponsorship standing hangs on the balance. This is due to the recent political situation currently lingering over the clubs's core sponsor CEC. If negotiations concerning the football are not through to the takeover of the Copperbelt Energy company thenn the club stands to lose. Dynamos entirely depend on CEC to run the affairs of he club. Here is the press statement below. Power Dynamos Football Club (Power)has followed with keen interest events surrounding the business interests of its parent sponsor, the Copperbelt Energy Corporation Plc (CEC) which have largely been understood to pose a serious threat to the Company’s financial standing and sustainability. Power is fearful that if an
On the evening of 27 April 1993, a DHC-5 Buffalo Transport Aircraft of the Zambian Air Force crashed into the Atlantic Ocean shortly after taking off from Libreville, Gabon. The Flight Was carrying most of the Zambian National Football Team To A FIFA World Cup Qualifier against Senegal In Dakar. All 25 Passengers And five crew members were killed. List of Zambians killed on 27th April Colonel Fenton M hone (Pilot)Lt Colonel Victor Mubanga (Pilot)Lt Colonel James Sachika (Pilot)Warrant Officer Edward Nambote (Fitter)Corporal Tomson Sakala (Steward) Efford Chabala (Goalkeeper)John Soko (Defender)Whiteson Changwe (Defender)Robert Watiyakeni (Defender)Eston Mulenga (Midfielder) Derby Makinka (Midfielder)Moses Chikwalakwala (Midfielder)Wisdom Mumba Chansa (Midfielder)Kelvin “Malaza” Mutale (Striker)Timothy Mwitwa (Striker) Numba Mwila (Midfielder)Richard Mwanza (Goalkeeper)Samuel Chomba (Defender)Moses Masuwa (Striker)Kenan Simambe (Defender) Godfrey Kangwa (Midfielder)Winter Mumba (Defender)Patrick
Zambia's most potent combinations in modern times drive a list that includes known names such as Kalaba and Jacob. This enchanting combination remains one of the most ferocious football bromances in modern Zambian History. 1. Rainford Kalaba and Jacob Mulenga (Afrisport) Zambian football had gone in somewhat a state of hibernation till a new killer arrived on the block - Afrisport. The newly-promoted Kitwe side donning National Colours were literally wreaking havoc beating big sides black and blue while mistifying the Zambia football landscape in the 2002 /3 season. At the heart of that Afrisport team was an inconspicuous 17-year-old midfield maestro with some evil genius in his feet: Rainford Kalaba. The little genius was simply a Kalahari scorpion at prime. He was so small