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Posts published in “Day: April 3, 2023

‘Economic outlook good for recovery’

By KETRA KALUNGA – STANDARD Bank Group which operates locally as Stanbic Bank Zambia says that Zambia’s improved outlook is set to influence the country’s full economic recovery.

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ZRA awards 20 South compliant taxpayers

By KELVIN MUDENDA – THE Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) has awarded 20 Southern Province-based taxpayers for being tax compliant as part of its 29th anniversary celebrations. Read more

Proflight voted in world’s top 10 loved airlines

By CHATULA KANGALI – PROFLIGHT Zambia has been voted in the top 10 most loved airlines in the world, according to a study conducted on major airlines across the world.The study by Australian foreign exchange service S Money was conducted using an AI Sentiment tool that measured the perception of people by collecting both positive […]

Atlas Mara tips women SMEs to utilise bank’s products to grow

By KENNEDY MUPESENI – ATLAS Mara Zambia Limited has urged Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs), especially women, to take advantage of its products and services to boost their participation in the mining supply value chain.

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Mpongwe mums get Zambia Flying Doctors’ comfort

By TINKERBEL MWILA – THE ZAMBIA Flying Doctor Service (ZFDS) has donated towards the comfort of expectant mothers and those with complications at Mpongwe Mission Hospital on the Copperbelt after discovering that they were sleeping on the flo...

USAID formulates plan to grow Zambia’s health care market

By CHATULA KANGALITHE United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Accessible Health Markets is formulating a health care federation that will bring together 30 private health associations under one umbrella.

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Child abductions, killings sadden JFA

By KELVIN MUDENDA – JOINING Forces Alliance (JFA) has condemned the recent spate of abductions and killings of children in some parts of the country.Alliance chairperson John Hasse said in a statement that his organisation was saddened by the increased cases of child abductions and killings and called for concerted efforts to curb the vice. […]