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Posts published in April 2021

Angola and Zambia Sign Memo On Oil Pipes Installation

[ANGOP] Luanda -- A Memorandum of Understanding for the feasibility of studies and possible construction of an oil pipeline between the port city of Lobito (Angola) and Lusaka (Zambia) is be signed this week, in Luanda.

NGO Aids Mufulira Correctional Facility

[Times of Zambia] THERE was jubilation when the Mufulira My Home Town (MHHT) Association donated hygiene products and two electrical stoves to the Mufulira Correctional Facility before and disinfecting the entire facility to curb the spread of the COVI...

Make Procurement More Credible

[Times of Zambia] As the country looks at tackling its fiscal deficits and empowering the citizenry, it is cardinal to have a credible public procurement system.

Botswana, Zambia Sign Agreement

[Botswana Daily News] Kasane -- Botswana and Zambia on Tuesday signed a one stop border post bilateral agreement ahead of the Kazungula bridge commissioning next month.

Copper Prices Soar to U.S.$9,650 Per Tonne

[Times of Zambia] Copper prices on the London Metal Exchange (LME) rose by one per cent to $9,650 a tonne yesterday according to Bloomberg.

Copper Prices Soar to U.S.$9,650 Per Tonne

[Times of Zambia] Copper prices on the London Metal Exchange (LME) rose by one per cent to $9,650 a tonne yesterday according to Bloomberg.

Mwape Relishing Big Test At Tokyo Olympics

[CAF] Copper Queens Zambia coach Bruce Mwape has described the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Women's Football Tournament draw made on April 21st at FIFA headquarters in Z├╝rich, Switzerland as "expected and unavoidable".

New Data Centre to Transform Zambia ICT Space

[CAJ News] Lusaka -- THE opening of a new data centre in Zambia is anticipated to help raise the standard and quality of technology services in the Southern African country.

Let’s Mitigate Floods Early!

[Times of Zambia] THERE is always need to have a contingency plan in any case of major floods looking at the rainfall calculations that saw most parts of the country received normal to above rainfall if flooding is to be averted.

Let’s Mitigate Floods Early!

[Times of Zambia] THERE is always need to have a contingency plan in any case of major floods looking at the rainfall calculations that saw most parts of the country received normal to above rainfall if flooding is to be averted.