Daily Mail
‘BoZ action could lead to reduction in interest rates’
TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka SOME local research institutes say the interventions undertaken by the Bank of Zambia (BoZ) is anticipated to contribute to a further reduction in interest rates, hovering around 25 percent and 38 percent. Last week, the central bank reduced the policy rate...
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Daily Mail
Insurance company as pension scheme
Analysis: MAXWELL PHIRI LAST week, we looked at the insurance firms as the alternative providers for pension schemes in the event that the employer does not provide such a scheme or where the employer’s scheme is not viable. This week, we will proceed to pencil down the different...
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Tumfweko
State To Drop Hakainde Hichilema’s Treason Case
LUSAKA (Reuters) – Zambia plans to drop treason charges against the country’s main opposition leader and free him from prison on Monday under a deal brokered by the Commonwealth secretary-general, government and legal sources told Reuters.
The United Party for National Developmen...
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UK Zambians
Quote of the day
      Opportunity is missed by most people, because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work. – Thomas Edison
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Daily Mail
Lungu warns against destabilising peace
HONE SIAME and HENRY SINYANGWE, Mungwi PRESIDENT Lungu says Zambia’s unparalleled history of longstanding peace places her under a spotlight as the world waits to see how far it can sustain the unbroken record. In view of this, the President has called on Zambians to nurture the...
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Daily Mail
Walter returns, misses penalty
MATHEWS KABAMBA, Nkana Stadium, Kitwe NKANA 1 NAPSA 0 FORWARD Walter Bwalya yesterday returned to the Nkana line-up and missed a penalty but the Kitwe giants went on to edge Napsa Stars in a Super Division Week 22 match that saw the Pensioners slip to fourth position. Bwalya, who...
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Daily Mail
What to do with waste left behind by show-goers, exhibitors
JACK ZIMBA, Lusaka ALMOST a week after the Agricultural and Commercial Show in Lusaka, workers were still grappling with tonnes of mainly plastic waste left behind by show-goers and exhibitors. And a check at the show-grounds on Friday revealed that some of the waste collected by...
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