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Posts published in “Day: February 18, 2014

Lusaka Council Managers ‘Bolt’

[Times of Zambia]TWO senior managers at Lusaka City Council (LCC) are on the run after being implicated in financial impropriety involving an undisclosed amount of money.

ZB to Invest $35.2 Million in MFEZ Malting Plant

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIAN Breweries Plc has signed a lease agreement with the Lusaka South Multi Facility Economic Zone (MFEZ) Limited for the construction of a US$35.2 million malting plant

ZAFFICO to Lose 75 Percent of Timber Plantation

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Forestry and Forest Industries Corporation (ZAFFICO) will lose at least 75 per cent of the multi million Kwacha Mwelushi timber Plantation in Lufwanyama District, due to massive mining activities by foreign investors.

Dangote Cement Factory to Be Ready in July

[Times of Zambia]CEMENT production in Zambia is expected to reach above 2.5 million tonnes per annum when Dangote Limited commissions its cement factory in Ndola at a cost of US$400 million this year.

State Alive to Choma Accommodation Blues

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT is aware of the accommodation challenges that have arisen following the relocation of the Southern Province administration from Livingstone to Choma, Provincial Permanent Secretary Margaret Miyoba has said.

FDD Jacks Up Guy Scott

[Zambia Reports]Forum for Democracy and Development president Edith Nawakwi has jacked up Republican Vice President Guy Scott from his crybaby antics over the problems at the Konkola Copper Mines' impending exit from Zambia.

Did Hichilema Wish Sata Ill Health?

[Zambia Reports]There is growing acceptance that United Party for National Development (UPND) leader Hakainde Hichilema wished President Michael Sata ill health when the Head of State travelled to some unknown destination for an alleged 'working holiday'.

No Looking Back On Constitution – SACCORD

[Zambia Reports]The Southern African Centre for Constructive Resolution says there should be no looking back by Zambians in their demand for a new constitution.