Daily Archives: Jul 21, 2012

IMF hails State macroeconomic direction

THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) has commended the Zambian government for its sound macroeconomic management. The IMF has also welcomed Zambia’s strong economic performance in recent years. IMF executive directors have noted that while the outlook of the economy is … read more »

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Sata berates Rupiah Banda

PRESIDENT Sata is hugely disappointed that his predecessor Rupiah Banda is allegedly using a tribal card to determine who should be Zambia’s next President. The Post, in yesterday’s edition, reported that Mr Banda wants UPND president Hakainde Hichilema, a Tonga, … read more »

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1,000 exhibitors for Lusaka agric show

THE Agriculture and Commercial Society of Zambia (ACSZ) will spend K4 billion on the preparation of this year’s agriculture and commercial show which is expected to attract more than 1,000 foreign and local exhibitors. This year’s show whose theme is … read more »

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Albidon, investor talks collapse

NEGOTIATIONS between Albidon Limited and a third party investor to revive the embattled Munali Nickel Mine in Zambia, which is currently under care and maintenance, have collapsed. This is after the two parties failed to reach a transaction agreement. In … read more »

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Bishop detained in Ruth murder

A LUSAKA-based Bishop has been detained in connection with the recent murder of the 19 year old National Institute for Public Administration (NIPA) student Ruth Mbandu bringing to three the number of suspects nabbed. According to police sources, the bishop … read more »

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Kabwe permsec escapes irate workers

POLICE in Kabwe yesterday had to whisk away Permanent Secretary, In’utu Suba from her office as Government workers staged a protest demanding her immediate removal. The workers, most of them clad in black attire, started their protest on Wednesday and … read more »

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Govt spent more on radar deal – witness

A WITNESS has told a Lusaka magistrate’s court that Government spent an additional 618,000 Euros (K3.9 billion) for the repair of radar at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport after former Communications and Transport minister Dora Siliya accepted a free offer for … read more »

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Coca-Cola Foundation wins State kudos

GOVERNMENT has commended the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation (CCAF) for working towards up-lifting living standards of women and children in Zambia and the African continent. Information and Broadcasting   Services Deputy Minister, Mwansa Kapeya said the Foundation deserved commendation and emulation   for   … read more »

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Simukanga tips UNZA students

UNIVERSITY of Zambia (UNZA) Vice-Chancellor, Stephen Simukanga has advised students at the institution to resolve issues amicably and desist from engaging in boycotts and riotous behaviour. Professor Simukanga said students should take their studies seriously and not get involved in … read more »

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