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Posts published in “Day: November 17, 2022

Ecobank provides $15m to Mopani

By CHATULA KANGALI-ZCCM Investment Holdings (IH) has agreed to provide a corporate guarantee to Ecobank Plc for the amount of US$15 million as working capital for Mopani Copper Mines (MCM).

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Private sector business conditions worse in October – Stanbic Bank PMI

By MAIMBOLWA MULIKELELA-STANBIC Bank Zambia Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) has stated that Zambia’s private sector experienced a renewed deterioration in business conditions in October as money shortages impacted negatively on new orders and output.

Honour $100bn pledge, developed countries urged

By MAIMBOLWA MULIKELELA-THE African Group has urged developed countries to deliver on their commitment of US$100 billion to developing countries for the implementation of climate change programmes.

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A learning curve – Mwape

By SANDRA MWILA-COACH Bruce Mwape says the two international friendly matches against Colombia have exposed the greys areas that the technical bench need to work on ahead of the Australia/New Zealand 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.The Copper Queens suffered identical 1-0 defeats to Colombia with the latest yesterday courtesy of Mayra Ramirez penalty in the […]

Zambia face Israel test

By SANDRA MWILA-ZAMBIA today takes on Israel in a first ever meeting between the two in an international friendly match with stand-in coach Moses Sichone calling on his charges to end this year on a good note.

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Rangers over-Powered

By KALUMIANA KALUMIANAAt Arthur Davies StadiumPower 1-0 RangersPOWER Dynamos beat Nchanga Rangers in a tightly fought Week 13 fixture to complete back-to-back MTN Super League wins that coach Mwenya Chipepo described as a huge boost ahead of Saturday’...

Debt break beckons

By JAMES KUNDA-FRENCH President Emmanuel Macron and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping have agreed on the need to treat Zambia’s debt restructuring situation as a matter of urgency.

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Change education curricula, HH urges African govts

By CHUSA SICHONE-PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema has officially opened the three-day 2022 Innovation Africa Ministerial Summit, with a call on African governments to change the education curricula to make them responsive to the dynamics of local economie...

Govt unlocking rigidities in economy, President assures ZAM

By JOSEPH BANDA-PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema has assured the Zambia Association of Manufacturers (ZAM) of support as the Government embarks on unlocking rigidities in the local economy in the next one year.

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Africa’s education sector facing crisis – Kikwete

By JOSEPH BANDA-TANZANIA’s former leader Jakaya Kikwete has said that the education sector in Africa is facing an unprecedented crisis, being felt in all corners of the continent.He said yesterday during the official opening of the Africa Innovation Summit in Lusaka that the crisis should be met boldly and expeditiously. Read more

Canada, Zambia lead on UN resolution to end child marriages

By MUSONDA MANGILASHI-CANADA has joined Zambia in the resolution to end child, early and forced marriage (CEFM) making it the fifth time that Canada and Zambia have co-led the resolution at the United Nations (UN) General Assembly.The resolution sets out key actions to help achieve target 5.3 of Sustainable Development Goal five, which aims to […]