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Zanaco disburses K100 million to farmers
KALONDE NYATI, Lusaka ZANACO has so far disbursed K100 million to 50,000 farmers under the Farmer Input Support Programme (FISP) for the 2017-2018 farming season. Zanaco Bank, which is among the commercial banks contracted by Government to distribute FISP prepaid Visa cards to fa...
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Mis-selling of insurance
Pensions and Insurance Forum: THIS week, we feature Collins Chibwe, an analyst in the Insurance Department at the PIA and he focuses on mis-selling of insurance and some of the serious consequences it could have on insurance companies and policyholders when transacting in various...
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Zambia needs $200 million for power link
DOREEN NAWA, Swakopmund ZAMBIA has a funding gap of US$200 million to complete its portion on the Zambia-Tanzania-Kenya (ZTK) power interconnector. Speaking at the 2017 third Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) week, which started on December 10 and ending t...
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UK pledges $21.3 million to help LDCs trade
NANCY MWAPE, Buenos Aires, Argentina THE United Kingdom (UK) has pledged US$21.3 million to help least developed countries (LDCs) improve production and create jobs through trade. The funds will be channelled through the Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF) to help LDCs develop to...
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Airtel tops LuSE listings
TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka AIRTEL Networks Plc was the highest performer in last week’s trading on the Lusaka Securities Exchange (LuSE), which recorded a K25.2 million turnover. Of the total turnover, almost K2.5 million was shared among six companies that participated in the 55 trad...
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China Jiangxi to use drones on Lusaka-Ndola road works
KABANDA CHULU, Lusaka CHINA Jiangxi Corporation has started using drones to capture data for geotechnical works and road designs aimed at speeding up the construction of the US$1.2 billion Lusaka-Ndola dual carriageway. The usage of the new technology such as drones, which have b...
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Treasury bill auction beats expectation
TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka THE treasury bill auction was last week oversubscribed receiving bids amounting to over K1.2 billion against an offer of K810 million, a move that could boost the Kwacha, which has breached the K10 mark in the recent past. This means that there was demand fo...
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