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Posts published in “Day: November 8, 2022

Musamu Resources to pump $20m into manganese plant

By MAIMBOLWA MULIKELELA-MORE than US$20 million will be invested to build a manganese ore beneficiation plant for the manufacturing of electric car batteries and manganese alloys in Chipili District, Luapula Province.

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Africa in $64bn investment

By MAIMBOLWA MULIKELELA-A TOTAL of US$63.8 billion worth of investment interest for Africa has been mobilised this year at two different forums which attracted global investors.

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Buffaloes are volleyball champs

By SAMUEL LUKHANDA – Buffaloes 3-1 PrisonsGREEN Buffaloes imperious form saw them wrap up the Zambia Volleyball Association (ZAVA) 2022 National Volleyball League (NVL) with a win over Prison Leopards in Kitwe to emerge champions.

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Pacers send Magic home

By SAMUEL LUKHANDA – Pacers 61-46 Magic (1-1 series)UNZA Pacers smoked Matero Magic in the second game of the classification series of the Midlands Basketball Association (MBA) to extinguish any hope Matero had of returning to the Basketball Afr...

‘Nationality won’t matter’

By NDINAWE SIMPELWE-FAZ president Andrew Kamanga says the nationality of the next national team coach will not matter but the persons’ competence to deliver.

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Zambian Energy Board in Ghana to Understudy NPA

[Ghanaian Times] A seven-member delegation from the Energy Regulatory Board of Zambia is in the country to understudy the operations of the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) in the regulation of the petroleum downstream industry.

DEC, BoZ reach out to Destiny Helpers depositors

By CHUSA SICHONE-THE Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) and Bank of Zambia (BoZ) have appealed to members of the public who deposited funds with Destiny Helpers International to submit information and supporting documentation to the DEC district office...

‘Time to be strategic’

By JAMES KUNDA-PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema has called for strong global response and collaboration in mitigating the negative effects of climate change.This includes developing countries realising the annual US$100billion financing plan to help the Least Developed Countries to implement climate change mitigation and adaptation solutions. Read more

Govt releases K14bn for public service delivery

By CHUSA SICHONE-FINANCE and National Planning Minister Situmbeko Musokotwane says the Government released K13.9 billion to finance public service delivery last month.

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Army officer put on defence over lover’s murder

By PERPETUAL SICHIKWENKWE-THE Lusaka High Court has placed Zambia Army officer Nigel Mwaba on his defence for his alleged gruesome killing of his lover Tasila Tembo in October 2020.

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Over 2,000 CBU first year students get loans

By BRIAN HATYOKA-THE Higher Education Loans and Scholarships Board (HELSB) has awarded student loans to 2,125 Copperbelt University first year students for the 2022/2023 academic year.

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31 ‘junkies’ nabbed in Lusaka

By CHUSA SICHONE-POLICE have arrested 31 criminals, commonly known as junkies, who have been terrorising members of the public in Lusaka’s Matero Township. Read more

Heavy downpour damages 15 Kitwe houses

By JANE MWANSA-A HEAVY downpour in Kitwe’s Kafue Park area has left 15 houses with blown off roofs while others have collapsed.Newly-elected Kwacha Member of Parliament Charles Mulenga described the situation, which happened following rain on Friday l...