Friday, May 24, 2019
By Peter Chazya Sinkamba As the Green Party, we find Government position on liquidation of Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) not only stunning and contradictory but also ill-disposed. We urge Government to rethink and abandon the liquidation strategy before it is...
  Liquidation of KCM and appointment of a PF-connected provisional liquidator - are PF trying to use KCM business operations to settle Chinese debt? It is clear that there has been a long-standing problem at KCM and finally the PF administration...
  - Promises anyone with evidence that he sold the mines with a fully furnished 3 bedroomed house By David Zulu UPND President Hakainde Hichilema Hichilema has accused the PF of having ulterior motives in placing the troubled mining giant KCM under...
  By Brad Ley With the KCM saga looming I have noted that most Zambians don’t fully understand what liquidation is and many have misconstrued it for a receivership. I have seen many get excited with the Liquidation of KCM without fully...
'By David Zulu. The KCM liquidation team presented Chingola residents with a typical Cowboy Hollywood Western movie scene, when their dramatic entry into town two days ago was heralded by a salvo of automatic gunfire. The spectacular entry of a convoy...
Movement for Multiparty Democracy MMD youths have said that Government takeover of Konkola Copper Mines KCM should be done with the soberness it deserves as it affects thousands of lives in the mining town. Commenting on the KCM/Government debacle MMD...
Vedanta Resources Holdings Limited wants to be joined in the matter in which ZCCM-IH Plc is seeking an order to have KCM wound up. Vedanta says if it is not joined to the proceedings by the court, it stands to...
  Immediate media statement regarding KCM Vedanta Resources and Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) are aware of media reports that Zambian state owned company, ZCCM-IH, has obtained an ex-parte order against KCM. ZCCM-IH owns 20.6% of KCM and has its nominees on...
  KONKOLA Copper Mines owner Anil Agarwal has mocked the Zambian government over the paltry amount of money he paid to buy the mine, which is now giving him millions of dollars in profit. And ActionAid Zambia economic justice project officer...
  By Andrew Sardanis The Chairman of Vedanta, Anil Agarwal, in his statement for the financial year ended 31 March 2005 reported that the cost of the Konkola acquisition was a gross of $49.2 million. This comprised a subscription for sufficient...