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‘Investors must respect Zambia’s sovereignty’
JACK ZIMBA, Lusaka ZAMBIA is not a banana republic, and all investors must respect its sovereignty, says Economic Association of Zambia (EAZ) president Dr Lubinda Haabazoka. Dr Haabazoka said the decision by Government to take over Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) is the right move as...
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Chongwe residents learn to grow their businesses
MIKE MUGALA and SHIKANDA KAWANGA, Chongwe MARVIN Musona, a resident of Katoba area in Chongwe district, says he engages his children in his fish farming and brick-making businesses so that they should gain experience of how to run them when he grows older. He says he wants his ch...
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Sinazeze residents standing on shaky ground
CATHERINE MUMBA, Sinazongwe SOME cracked houses and tents are what you see when you get to some parts of the mining area in Sinazeze of Sinazongwe district. The sadness on people’s faces is obvious because they do not know what their fate will be as some of their houses have comp...
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AfDB allocates $700 million for private sector
KALONDE NYATI, Lusaka THE African Development Bank (AfDB) has this year allocated US$700 million to supporting private sector growth in Zambia. AfDB director general Kapil Kapoor said the funds, which the private sector should take advantage of, are aimed at stimulating growth ac...
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Who’s helping keep local languages alive?
MOSES WALUBITA, Lusaka EVERY now and then, we have words or phrases that are adopted into every one of our languages. Take the word ‘mauless’. Everyone used it, whatever language they were speaking. I interacted with the Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC) Radio 1 bro...
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Ears, private parts picked in Paradise
CHOMBA MUSIKA, Lusaka A HOUSEWIFE of Lusaka testifying in a suspected ritual murder case involving seven deaths has told the Lusaka High Court how three strangers picked an ear and male genitals from the rooftop of her house. Silvia Mwape, 33, of Paradise area in Lilanda township...
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Ban energy drinks in schools, Government urged
PRISCILLA MWILA, Lusaka THE Pharmaceutical Society of Zambia has urged Government to ban the sale of energy drinks in schools and higher institutions of learning. PSZ president Jerome Kanyika says a study has shown that the drinks reduce ability of veins to dilate to increase blo...
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