Saturday, May 25, 2019
A few days ago Africa’s second largest copper producer, Zambia, voted for a new president. The election pitted the representative of the status quo against an opposition candidate, Hakainde Hichilema, who has contested five times in the past ten...
There’s evidence of electoral abuse by the ruling party, which was re-elected. Will South Africa follow the same path as Lusaka? NEWS ANALYSIS A common thread seems to run through the rise and fall of Zambia’s governing parties, from Kenneth Kaunda’s...
By Kelvin (Musonda) Chisanga Investing is never 100% risk free. No matter how diligent and careful you are, a certain amount of risk is always there. But with some knowledge and a good strategy, risk can be mitigated. Here are some...
Standard Bank which operates in Zambia as Stanbic Bank says it believes that Zambia will sign up to a financing deal with the International Monetary Fund as early as December 2016. In a note to investors shortly after President Edgar...
After failing to substantiate their false allegations that Dr Rajan Mahtani or a company he has interest in is linked to the the so-called Panana papers, Sakwiba Sikota and the Ventriglias – Italian Mafias, have resolved to use a...
THE Lusaka City Council and it's WiFi Technical Partner, Eddy Nicollo Company, for Free WiFi Project in public places have begun testing. The Free WiFi Project, a brainchild of Zambia's High Commissioner to South Africa, Emmanuel Mwamba has since been...
Tanzania has begun building its own helicopters that will be taking to the skies soon. A Tanzanian made two seater chopper is in its final stages of production and will start flying trials once it granted permission by the...
ZAMBEEF Products has announced that it will restore its Zamhatch and ZamChick businesses to full Zambian ownership through a US$23 million cash buy-back of shares from South African joint venture partner RCL Foods. Zambeef, in a statement, stated that it...
NORTHERN Province farmers have applauded Government for early delivery of inputs which will enable transporters reach far flank areas mostly inaccessible in the rainy season. Benson Mukupa of Shiwang’andu explained that some cooperatives were located faraway areas with rough terrains,...
Government has signed a 25-year Concession Agreement with the Groupe European De Development (GED) Projects Africa Zambia Limited, for the construction of the 85-kilometere Kaluba/Mwenda road in Luapula Province at a cost of US$180 million. The Kaluba/ Mwenda road will...