Tuesday 21 April 2020

8 Ways to Make Money from home right now

Considering that a lot of us are home right now and might not have jobs to get back to after lockdown ends due to COVID-19. As many companies or small business are most likely to lay off people. We thought we could share a list of online-based jobs you can do from the comfort of your home. 

1. Use your social media networks - this can be Twitter, Instagram or Youtube. If you have great visual content, a large following and high engagement companies will be interested in approaching you and you can cash in on that.

2. Sign up for Inboxponds - You take surveys and earn money.

3.  Sign up for Usertesting - Test products and get paid for it.

4. Design your own merch with Redbubble - If you can design logs or draw, then this is for you. With your unique design, you can start to sell your customised products. 

5. You can become an amazon affiliate  - Get a percentage of sales from the worlds largest marketplace. 

6. Shop for a wide range of products via TopCashBack and earn money while you shop. 

7. Bonus Tip - Sign up for Clickbank and start earning up to $450p/d. - "When you find a product that you wish to promote, either by searching the ClickBank marketplace or at a vendor's website, you will be provided with a unique link which you can use to direct customers to the product page."

8. Start blogging - There is money in blogging for on your own site. 

For more tips, make sure you subscribe to our website. Full disclaimer this post is not made with the objective of forcing you to sign up for any of these services. Do your own research and find out what fits best with your current situation. 

Zambia squander lead to lose to Namibia in CHAN qualifier

Source: Daily Mail

Namibia fought back from 1-0 halftime lead to beat Zambia 2-1 in a CHAN first round,m first leg qualifier in Windhoek.

Zesco striker Winston Kalengo put Zambia ahead in the 15th minute.

However, Namibia hit back after the breakthrough Willie Stafanus in the 54th minute and Benjamin Nenkavu in the 63rd minute.

The win was Namibia’s second successive victory over Zambia after beating them on post-match penalties in the 2015 Cosafa Cup quarterfinals in South Africa on May 24.

Zambia must now beat Namibia 1-0 at home on July 4 to advance on away goals rule to the final qualifying round.

The winner over both legs will face the victor of Mozambique versus Seychelles first-round tie.

Mozambique are favourites to advance to October’s final qualifying round after thumping Seychelles 5-1 on Saturday in Maputo.

Zambia have failed to qualify for the last two CHAN finals since finishing third at the 2009 tournament in Cote d’Ivoire.

African Football - Road to Russia 2018.

Over the past couple of days, if you are like me you were enjoying African football via the Confederation of African Football Second leg qualifying matches. 

The matches were played by teams that hope to get a chance to represent their respective countries and Africa as a whole at the 2018 FIFA World Cup to be held in Russia™. Below are the results: -

Malawi 1-0 Tanzania (1-2 on aggregate)
Ethiopia 3-0 Sao Tome and Principe (3-1 on aggregate)
Kenya 0-0 Mauritius (5-2 on aggregate)
Madagascar 2-2 Central African Republic
Burundi 2-0 Seychelles (3-0 on aggregate)
Namibia 2-1 Gambia (3-2 on aggregate)
Sierra Leone 2-1 Chad (2-2 on aggregate, Chad advance on away goal rule)
Niger 4-0 Somalia (6-0 on aggregate)
Guinea-Bissau 1-3 Liberia (2-4 on aggregate)
Lesotho 1-1 Comoros (1-1 on aggregate, Comoros advance on away goal rule)
Mauritania 4-0 South Sudan (5-1 on aggregate)
Botswana 3-1 Eritrea (5-1 on aggregate)
Postponed: Swaziland – Djibouti

Second round draw
Niger v Cameroon
Mauritania v Tunisia
Namibia v Guinea
Ethiopia v Congo
Chad v Egypt
Comoros v Ghana
Swaziland/Djibouti v Nigeria
Botswana v Mali
Burundi v DR Congo
Liberia v Côte d’Ivoire
Madagascar v Senegal
Kenya v Cape Verde
Tanzania v Algeria
Sudan v Zambia
Libya v Rwanda
Morocco v Equatorial Guinea
Mozambique v Gabon
Benin v Burkina Faso
Togo v Uganda
Angola v South Africa


Friday 17 April 2020

Zambia Football Association has a new boss

Andrew Kamanga has been elected as president of the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) replacing Kalusha Bwalya after polling 163 out of 324 votes cast.

The announcement by Chairman of the Electoral Commission Sikwana Lukangaba was met with jubilation at Moba Hotel, as Kamanga prepares to be at the helm of Zambia's football governing body for four years.

Kalusha, was seen as the frontrunner, but Andrew Kamanga had an impressive momentum in the lead up to the election. Henschel Chitembeya, a former executive committee member, was always seen as an outsider.

Kalusha polled 156 while Henschel Chitembeya received a single vote. Four votes were declared invalid.

And Richard Kazala has been elected as vice president after polling 117 votes beating his closest rival Pivoty Simwanza who polled 107 votes. Mofya Chisala received 58 votes while Cephas Kampamba Katongo had 28 votes. Boniface Mwamelo polled 8 votes. There were 5 spoiled ballots.

Lee Kawanu has been re-elected as Executive Committee Member and is joined by new members Blackwell Siwale, Brenda Kunda, Elijah Shenko Chileshe, Kabaso Kapambwe and Dr Joseph Mulenga.

For the original story and more info. please check out the Football Association of Zambia facebook page.

And this is what Kalusha Bwalya had to say:

AFCON expanded and CAF club cup dates changed

And CAF has also changed the calendar dates for its continental club competitions.

The bi-annual tournament has been contested for by 16 teams since 1996.

CAF made the decision during its 1st CAF African Football Symposium held from July 18 -19
in Morocco to add eight more teams.

The tournament will now also be held during the European offseason June and July.

This is in order to avoid the club versus country rows that have existed when the tournament was held in the middle of the European season in January.

Meanwhile, CAF also confirmed that CAF Champions League and CAF Confederation Cup dates will adopt the European format and run from August to May.

However, CAF has not stated when this will come into effect.

The decision means Zambian representatives face challenging times ahead and will have no break over two seasons as the FAZ Super Division runs over a calendar year.