Daily Mail
Banks frustrating economic growth, says Mutati
HONE SIAME, Lusaka MINISTER of Finance Felix Mutati says some commercial banks are frustrating Government’s efforts to grow the economy by not lowering further their lending rates. Mr Mutati said in an interview yesterday that high interest rates have constrained access to credit...
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Daily Mail
Connect water to Ndeke, Vorna, Kwamwena, pronto!
Dear editor, IT IS saddening to note that Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company (LWSC), through the Millennium Challenge Account, has continued to deny the residents of Ndeke, Vorna and Kamwena access to piped water. We the residents of the above townships are going to continue despi...
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Daily Mail
Health critical to success
Analysis: ISAAC MACHISA ARE you still looking for the secrets to becoming successful in life? It all starts with how healthy you are. A quote attributed to one of the world’s renowned leaders, Mahatma Gandhi, is that health is the real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver. In...
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Daily Mail
Prayer no substitute for hard work
Dear editor, I ABSOLUTELY agree with the Zambia Daily Mail editorials editor Emelda Musonda on an article of November 18, 2017. The article talked about prayer being no replacement for hard work. As a teacher of 21 years, I have seen boys and girls who miss school lessons in pref...
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Daily Mail
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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Daily Mail
Zambia starts using its $3m dry port in Namibia
DOREEN NAWA, Swakopmund ZAMBIA has started using its dry port in Walvis Bay, Namibia, constructed at US$3 million. The port, built on 27,430 square metres, is among other pieces of land the Namibian government gave to Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries. This...
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UK Zambians
Human Rights Body Welcomes Government’s move to Criminalize Torture
THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION COMMENDS THE GOVERNMENT FOR ADOPTING THE CRIMINALISATION OF TORTURE BILL The Human Rights Commission wishes to commend the Government for adopting the Criminalization of Torture in Zambia Bill during the Cabinet Meeting held on 4th December … read more...
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