MILLIONS of Kwacha is going to waste after the Zambian pipe line carrying Zambian’s refined diesel burst in Mbeya, Tanzania Economic and Equity Party (EEP) president Kasonde Mwenda disclosed yesterday.
Mining expert Edward Simukonda has called for increased budgetary allocation towards artisanal mining for the sector to realise its full potential.
THE Signing of a bill to allow the partial withdrew of money remitted to NAPSA is a welcome move but government should have senstitised beneficiaries before dispensing their money, Leadership Movement President Richard Silumbe has said.
ZAMBIA’S annual inflation rate has climbed to 10.2 percent in April due to a rise in prices of selected non-food items, as the country records K2.8 billion trade deficit.
By NATION REPORTER THE United States (US) is keen to highlight innovation in the agricultural sector and to promote smart farming, US Vice-President, Kamala Harris has said. Ms Harris said the US was trying to work with African leaders, philanthropists and corporations to bring resources to uplift such kind of corporations. She said the work […]
TANZANIAN maize traders are still in limbo over the government’s issuance of export permits to move their maize which they acquired in November last year. The traders recently stormed their High Commissioners offices in a bid for him to engage the Zambian government to release their export permits.
By RUTH YAMBAYAMBA WE will be waffling in the darkness until President Hakainde Hichilema’s new dawn administration directly engages China on debt restructuring, former Minister of Defence, George Mpombo has said. And Mr Mpombo says President Hichilema missed it when he lobbied United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres on debt restructuring during his recent visit to […]
PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema says government will this year take a number of legislation to parliament aimed at unlocking various economic sectors. President Hichilema said this is one of the ways government is tackling the inherent issues affecting the flow of investment and trade into the country. Speaking during the Official Opening of the ABSA House, […]
GOVERNMENT says Zambia is likely to undergo serious economic transformation and industrialisation that has potential to exert pressure on its environment in the in the next few decades. The government is therefore calling on institutions mandated to ensure there is environmental sustainability and pollution control delivered on their mandate.
Zambia is next week expected to start importing power from Mozambique as Zesco will be able to pay back the US$24 million debt it owes that country.