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Posts published in “Day: November 10, 2022

Sven’s unfinished business

By SANDRA MWILA-FORMER Zambia coach Sven Vandenbroeck says he has unfinished business with the Chipolopolo.

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Cost of living drops by K300 – JCTR

By JAMES KUNDA-THE cost of living for a family of five people has recorded a more than K300 reduction, as measured by the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) Basic Needs and Nutrition Basket (BNNB) in the month of October, 2022.

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Lubambe plans to incorporate underground drones in strategic plan

By KENNEDY MUPESENI-LUBAMBE Copper Mine Limited is working on a strategic mine plan that incorporates the use of technologies such as underground drones that will help ramp copper production in line with the Government’s ambitious target of achieving ...

Prioritise old clients, sawmillers appeal to ZAFFICO

By CHATULA KANGALI-SAW MILLERS have called on the Zambia Forestry and Forest Industries Corporation (ZAFFICO) to give preference to its old customers in the purchase of round wood in the 2023 business year.

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WHO alerts Zambia on 8 unsafe drugs

By CHUSA SICHONE-THE World Health Organisation (WHO) has alerted the Zambia Medicines Regulatory Authority (ZAMRA) of eight substandard products identified in Indonesia.

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‘Erratic rainfall: Please wait’

By CHUSA SICHONE-DESPITE the onset of the rainfall season in the western half of the country, Zambia Meteorological Department (ZMD) says farmers in Eastern, Muchinga, parts of Lusaka, Northern and Central provinces will be guided to plant when the so...

$131m fertiliser scam!

By TIMES REPORTER-THE Anti-Corruption Commission has arrested former Agriculture Permanent Secretary Songowayo Zyambo and two former senior officers at the ministry for alleged corruption of US$131 million in a case of unsupplied fertiliser. Read more

Inputs rolled out

By CHUSA SICHONE-AGRICULTURE Minister Reuben Mtolo has announced that the collection of fertiliser and seed under the Farmer Input Support Programme (FISP) by the slightly over one million beneficiaries is starting today countrywide. Read more

Time to unite against climate change –HH

By JOSEPH BANDA-PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema has said the world must now come closer and co-operate to fight climate effects. Read more

3 Business executives in court over diamonds

By PERPETUAL SICHIKWENKWE-THREE business executives have been taken to court for allegedly obtaining more than K1 million from a fellow business executive on the pretext that they had diamond for sale.

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Heavy downpour leaves Kitwe markets flooded

By KENNEDY MUPESENI-AFTER a heavy downpour experienced in the early hours of yesterday in Kitwe most markets have flooded thereby posing a danger of outbreak in waterborne diseases unless an immediate solution is found.

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