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Posts published in “Day: October 13, 2017

Angolan Chamber of Commerce Wants to Strengthen Relations With Zambia

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIA) will boost cooperation between Angolan and Zambian companies in order to strengthen economic relations, said Thursday in Luanda its secretary general António Tiago Gomes.

Sugar Firm Fined Millions for Unfair Pricing

[Times of Zambia] The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) has fined Zambia Sugar more than K76 million for price discrimination and unfair pricing after an investigation that lasted four years revealed the irregularities.

Business Community Delighted With Road Construction

[Zambia Reports] The ongoing road constructions in Solwezi district of North Western Province has cheered the business community who are hopeful of increased economic activities.

University Announces Accomodation Fee Hike

[Times of Zambia] The University of Zambia (UNZA) has confirmed that accommodation fees for the 2017/2018 academic year have increased from K1,200 to K3,900, representing a 100 per cent hike from last academic year.

Golfers Reclaim 6th Position

[Times of Zambia] Zambia yesterday climbed back to sixth position after carding a five-over par 221 in the third round of the All-Africa Golf Challenge atthe Elephant Hills Resort in Zimbabwe.

Murder Accused Opposition Politician in Fresh Bid For Freedom

[Times of Zambia] Chilanga United Party for National Development (UPND) Member of Parliament (MP) Keith Mukata and his partner Charmaine Musonda have asked the Lusaka High Court to acquit them of a murder charge because the State has failed to establis...

Lungu, Zuma Sign Five Agreements

[Times of Zambia] Zambia and South Africa have signed five agreements to cement the existing bilateral relations for the mutual benefit of the people in both countries.

Local Bank Needs Recapitalising – MPs

[Times of Zambia] Members of Parliament (MPs) have called on Government to recapitalise the Zambia National Savings and Credit Bank (NATSAVE) to enable more small-scale farmers in remote constituencies have access to empowerment funds.

Plans to Revise Minimum Wage Timely

[Times of Zambia] The plans to revise the minimum Wage and Conditions of Employment Act of 2012 for various sectors is not only timely but will help improve the conditions of the working class in the country.

Firm Exports ‘Stolen’ Timber

[Zambia Reports] Timber trader Kumbukilani Phiri has cried foul over Zaffico's decision to export a commodity that is still in dispute.

Mpulungu Harbour Shores Up Exports

[Times of Zambia] Mpulungu Harbour Corporation Limited (MHCL) management says about US$1.5 million has been realised from exports to the Great Lakes region in the first half of 2017.

Chiefs Must Promote Unity, Urges Bwalya

[Zambia Reports] Traditional Leaders in the country have been advised to show unity in the manner they run their chiefdoms and detach themselves from practicing partisan politics.

‘Chiefs Shouldn’t Engage in Partisan Politics’

[Times of Zambia] Senior Chief Nkula of the Bemba people of Chinsali District in Muchinga Province has said traditional leaders who decide to involve themselves in politics are not fit to be called chiefs.

Zuma Arrives in Zambia to Launch or Tambo Heritage Site

[News24Wire] President Jacob Zuma has reportedly arrived in Zambia for a state visit aimed at deepening and strengthening the good political, economic and cultural relations between the two countries.

Delta Buys Zambia’s National Breweries

[The Source] Listed beverages manufacturer Delta Corporation, (Delta), says it is set to acquire a controlling stake in Lusaka Stock Exchange-listed sorghum beer company, National Breweries Plc (NatBrew), from its parent firm, Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/N...