[Zambia Reports]Lusaka clergy man Dan Pule has finally registered his political party dubbed the Christian Democratic Party after his earlier attempts to register the Jubilee Party were halted by the government.
Posts published in “Day: November 1, 2013”
[Zambia Reports]Why was anyone not surprised that Emmanuel Mwamba had been sacked? Because Mwamba was always going not to last given the path he had set on. There was always going to be one end to the trajectory he had set on.
[Zambia Reports]Energy Minister Christopher Yaluma has disclosed that government through the Energy Regulation Board (ERB) has approved the proposal by ZESCO to increase electricity tariffs.
[Zambia Reports]Former Evelyn Hone College journalism lecturer Clayson Hamasaka has asked the prosecution to furnish him with more information over the nurture of the picture found on his laptop.
[The Herald]Zambia is committed to assisting Zimbabwe with food and will eventually complete delivery of the 150 000 tonnes of maize that was promised by the Zambian President Michael Sata, Zambian ambassador to Zimbabwe Ndoyoyi Muliwana Mutiti has sai...
[New Zimbabwe]ZIMBABWE is facing a maize deficit of over one million metric tonnes following poor harvests while grain imports from neighbouring Zambia are unlikely to meet the country's requirements, the African Development Bank has said.
[Zambia Reports]When the Zambian government removed its 10% export duty on copper ore and concentrates earlier this month, several mining multinationals breathed a sigh of relief. But President Michael Sata has also attracted criticism from his opponen...
[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA has moved up 11 places in the 2013 Ease of Doing Business (EDB) Index occupying fifth position in Africa, according to the latest World Bank report.
[Times of Zambia]ZAMBEEF Products chief executive officer Francis Grogan has set out a compelling case for Zambia as the first choice for companies looking to invest in new markets.
[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA'S annual rate of inflation for October has dropped to 6.9 per cent from seven per cent posted in September 2013, while the country's trade surplus is valued at K53 million.