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UPND rubbishes Minister Yaluma’s claims

  The opposition UPND has issued the following statement on claims by Minister of Mines Christopher Yaluma that thousands of Zambians are being re-employed by Mines: The statement attributed to the Minister of Mines that Mopani is calling back thousands of the more than 10 000 retrenched Miners is not only a disgrace to him […]

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By Brian Mulenga I wish I had 5 minutes with Denny Kalyalya, Emmanuel Mutati and Edgar Lungu. I would like to have that chat because I don’t see these three gentlemen pulling in the same direction when it comes to the economic direction of the country. I just don’t see how the present economic policies […]

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Paratus launches fist size PC with desktop punch

Paratus Telecom Zambia has launched a silent ultra-compact PC that is set to revolutionise desktop computer use in Zambia. The low-energy PEBL compact computer is a highly durable mini PC that expounds simplicity and is aimed at businesses or SME customers. It can be mounted on the rear of a monitor, perfect for point of […]

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Kagem Mining has partnered with the Ministry of Mines and Mineral Development to promote investment in Zambia’s mining sector at this week’s Mining Indaba in South Africa. The week-long event, themed “Investing in Africa”, is the most important industry gathering on the continent, attracting major global players in the sector, including investors, mining companies, governments […]

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Zambian Breweries empowers artist

When ‘Spider’ Kapeya Kangolo visits bars and restaurants, he is not ‘here for the beer’. His mission is to collect bottle tops, as they are an essential ingredient in his art, design work and business. It was in 2015, when after reading an article in one of the newspapers, Corporate Affairs Director at Zambian Breweries […]

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Flight diversions due to inflight medical emergencies make up a tiny portion of the millions of flights operated annually, but it is costly for airlines. With more people traveling by air, the actual number of inflight medical events has been gradually increasing over the years. Emirates, the largest airline by international traffic, operates over 3,500 […]

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Stanbic Bank champions investment in Zambian mining sector

A high-powered delegation of bankers from Stanbic Bank Zambia was in South Africa this week to highlight the importance of mining to the Zambian economy and promote investment in the sector. The delegation was joining its parent group Standard Bank, which is sponsoring the 2017 Investing in African Mining Indaba being held in Cape Town. […]

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Mines have started employing back workers – Minister

Minister of Mines Christopher Yaluma has said the outlook for the mining sector was now very good, with the industry beginning to employ more workers.   He said the rising copper prices had given the sector and opportunity to rump up production and employ more workers.   Speaking after the Mining Indaba Ministers’ Conference, Yaluma, […]

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Government has clarified that the shutdown of Mulungushi Textiles in Kabwe is as a result of a new investor that has come on board from Korea through the Industrial Development Corporation. Central Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kabwe told Hot FM News that the shutdown is meant to allow the settling down and the installation of […]

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HH describes indefinite closure of Mulungushi Textiles as mockery

United Party for National Development President Hakainde Hichilema has sympathized with workers of Mulungushi textiles company in Kabwe which has since been closed by PF indefinitely.   In an interview today, Mr Hichilema describes the closure as a mockery on citizens who had hope of employment.   He says it is clear that PF and […]

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