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83 percent of projects are done by Chinese companies – Mulusa

Government has disclosed that China holds the largest contracts in the infrastructure sector amounting to about 83 percent. National Planning and Development Minister Lucky Mulusa says over 10 years from 2011 to 2021, Zambia is envisaged to spend about US$20...

Job Creation in Zambia Now Fastest in Over Two Years, says Stanbic

The rate of job creation in private sector companies in Zambia has quickened to the fastest in more than two years, says Stanbic Bank. This is contained in the bank’s latest Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) report for August 2017, which...

Government pays off K308.5 million Ministries Debt to ZESCO, ZSIC and Zamtel

The Government has paid K308.5 million of verified debt owed by various Ministries, Provinces and spending agencies to Zesco, ZSIC, and Zamtel. Out of the amount, ZESCO has been paid K172.6 million, ZSIC 91.9 million and Zamtel K44 million. The funds...

40-day period of prayer and fasting announced

The National House of Prayer board has announced a 40-day period of prayer and fasting starting Saturday September 9 to October 18 which is a National Day of Prayer and Fasting. Chairperson of the Advisory Board of the National House...

Government considering digitization of proceedings-Lubinda

Government is considering introducing electronic court proceedings to keep people abreast of legal cases. Minister of Justice, Given Lubinda says his Ministry is working with stakeholders to implement the project. Mr. Lubinda said this in Lusaka when the Chinese Government donated...

Court suspends driving licences for three motorists for causing death by dangerous driving

The Chipata High Court has convicted and ordered for the suspension of driver’s licences for three motorists for causing death by dangerous driving. Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) Head of Public Relations Fredrick Mubanga has said according to the...

Joblessness and poverty has still remained high in Zambia despite economic performance-Mwanakatwe

Commerce Minister Margaret Mwanakatwe says despite the improvement of the Country’s economic performance since 2001, as evidenced by the increased inflow of foreign direct investment, Joblessness and poverty has still remained high in the country. Speaking during the COMESA second...

Lusaka man arrested for stabbing wife to death

Police in Lusaka have arrested a male adult identified as Moses Chanda aged 43 of Mazyopa in Chipata Compound for allegedly stabbing his wife Linda Chanda aged 34 who later died on the way to Chipata Clinic. The incident happened...

President Lungu saddened by Commercial Banks’ failure to significantly reduce interest rates

President Edgar Lungu has said that his Government is concerned with failure by Commercial Banks to significantly reduce interest rates despite the Central Bank having lowered monetary policy lending rates to trigger the Banks to support Government initiatives. Speaking today...

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