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First Capital Bank Zambia rebrands

1022 ViewsFirst Capital Bank Zambia has with effect from today adopted a new brand identity to align with all the entities that are part of the First Merchant Bank Group. This forms part of the launch of a new and cohesive brand identity for FMBcapital Holding PLC’s banking operation in Botswana, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Malawi and […]

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Rest in peace Vespers – HH

1507 ViewsUPND leader Hakainde Hichilema has written a moving farewell note to Vespers Shimuzhila, a University of Zambia (UNZA) student who died of suffocation last week due after police officers threw teargas into student hostels following a riot. And MMD faction leader Nevers Mumba has described the death of Shimuzhila as heartbreaking, and has called on politicians not […]

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Chipolopolo stars get down to business ahead of Guinea clash

915 ViewsThe Chipolopolo boys got down to business ahead of Wednesday’s Cameroon 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Guinea Bissau at National Heroes. A steady stream of foreign based players turned up for the session that kicked off at 17:30 hours at National Heroes Stadium. The TP Mazembe trio of Rainford Kalaba, Kabaso Chongo […]

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Millions of dollars has gone into HH’s bid for Presidency – Tayali

1780 ViewsChilufya Tayali has continued making claims about Hakainde Hichilema’s bide for the presidency saying millions of dollars have been pumped by foreigners. Tayali alleges that the financiers wants their money recovered by ensuring that HH becomes president of Zambia by all means. HH has reported Tayali for criminal libel to Police saying he has tolerated […]

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HH reports Tayali to Police

995 ViewsOpposition president Hakainde Hichilema has reported Chilufya Tayali leader of EEP to Police for criminal libel. Tayali who despite heading his own party is a supporter of President Lungu this week claimed that Hichilema was scheming usurp power using civil disobedience and violence. Tayali called on President Lungu to woke up and act on […]

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RTSA upsets employees and cadres within

3089 ViewsInformation reaching us indicates that some PF cadres within the Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) are uhappy with how the management of the CEO Zindaba Soko, deputy director – safety Gladwell Banda, deputy director – transport Rodgers Nkandu, head of public relations Fred Mubanga, director – finance Progress Saiwana and head of human resources […]

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Mealie meal price hike to follow

1447 Views The Millers Association of Zambia (MAZ) says it is anticipating price movements in mealie-meal and bread due to spiral effects of the fuel increase. MAZ Chairman Andrew Chintala says the movements in the price of mealie meal will be minimal as raw materials are traded in Kwacha. Chintala however told ZNBC News in […]

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Two Chinese nationals and nine Zambians charged under the State Security Act

1374 ViewsTwo Chinese nationals and nine Zambians have finally been arrested and charged with various offences under the state security act, penal code and firearms act respectively. Offences include failing to secure firearms, unlawful procession of firearms, harbouring unlawful drilling and unauthorised use of uniforms. The two Chinese nationals were over the weekend arrested in […]

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Fuel prices shoot up

1270 ViewsThe Energy Regulation Board has adjusted upwards the pump price of fuel by more than K2. The price of petrol per litre has gone up by K2.31, while diesel has gone up by K2.64 with kerosene being increased by K2.49, effective midnight tonight. ERB Board Chairman Raymond Mpundu in a statement today cited international market […]

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Zambeef contribution to food security impresses investors

915 ViewsZambia’s food security is a contributing factor to the nation’s stability, Zambeef chief executive officer Francis Grogan told the company’s largest shareholder this week. Speaking during a tour of Zambeef’s flagship Mpongwe Farm in the Copperbelt, Grogan explained how the nation was self-sufficient in maize, wheat and soybean, in part thanks to production by […]

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