Daily Mail
CEEC spends K258,000 on 5 East projects
DARLINGTON MWENDABAI, Chipata THE Citizens Economic Empowerment Commission (CEEC) has disbursed over K258, 000 from January to June to fund five projects in Eastern Province. CEEC provincial coordinator Callistus Mweele said K258, 974 was disbursed in the first half of 2017. Mr M...
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Good governance key to reaping successful results in basketball
HOOPS! with MWEMBE KAONA GOOD governance is key for any sport to thrive and progress. It is for the same reason that the basketball world governing body – International Basketball Federation, has incorporated the virtues in its new statutes that came into effect this month follow...
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Cotton farmers trained
NANCY MWAPE, Lusaka COTTON Association of Zambia (CAZ) says over 300 cotton farmers in Mumbwa and Lusaka have been trained in spinning and weaving by the European Union (EU) from last year to date. About €500,000 has been allocated by the EU to the cotton and textile sector for c...
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Japanese company ponders energy project
PRISCILLA CHIPULU, Lusaka A TEAM from Toyota Tsusho Corporation will this month visit Zambia to undertake feasibility studies for establishment of an off-grid energy solution pilot project. In a statement issued yesterday by First Secretary for Press at the Zambian embassy in Jap...
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ZNBS gives out loans worth K138m
ESTHER MSETEKA, Lusaka ZAMBIA National Building Society (ZNBS) has in the last six months disbursed loans worth over K138. 6 million compared to over K46.1 million paid during the same period last year. The society also disbursed mortgages worth K14.1 million during the period un...
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Curb illicit financial flows in extractive industry, State told
ESTHER MSETEKA, Lusaka VARIOUS stakeholders have called on Government to put in place policies that will curb the growing scale of illicit financial flows from the extractive industry. Recently, stakeholders from the Church, civil society and communities that host mining companie...
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