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Mulungushi student develops bio-fertiliser liquid product
ESTHER MSETEKA, Lusaka NJUNGA Kakusa, a second-year student at Mulungushi University, has developed a bio-fertiliser liquid product earning him a place to participate at the Global Student Entrepreneur Award (GSEA) finals in China. Mr Kakusa, who is studying Agri-business Managem...
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Chinese opera to present Marco Polo’s romance in medieval China
Wang Pan, Lv Guangyi, Eric J. Lyman (Xinhua) The story of young Venetian merchant and explorer Marco Polo is to be retold to his compatriots, as the Carlo Felice Theater (CFT) signed in Rome a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on original opera Marco Polo with its Chinese produce...
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Cultural harmonisation recipe for Zambians interacting with Chinese
Analysis: QIU GUANGMIN ZAMBIA is a very open nation with long and friendly history with China diplomatically. Under the framework of “One Belt, One Road Initiative”, any effective and proper social interactions can be strong backbones for further understanding between two countri...
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‘Proudly Zambian’ campaign needs mindset change
Analysis: BENEDICT TEMBO PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu’s State of the Nation address on the progress made in the application of national values and principles delivered to the third session of the 12th National Assembly last Friday, tackled a number of pertinent issues. One of the issues...
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China take measures to maintain stable 2019 trade growth: MOC
BEIJING, Xinhua – China will take a string of measures to maintain stable trade growth in 2019, the country’s commerce minister said Saturday. The commerce ministry will implement a raft of trade facilitation policies and measures in export credit insurance, financing and others...
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Politics is service, not a ragsto-riches miracle story
Analysis: KUMBUKILANI PHIRI TO MY fellow youths, please hear this, do not aspire for politics as a quick way out to a life of opulence. That is very dangerous. Politics should be a service to the community you want to serve and not a springboard to one’s wealth creation. Those wh...
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Expert wants creation of China desk
ESTHER MSETEKA, Lusaka ZAMBIA should consider creating a China desk to help coordinate Chinese-related investment initiatives. Currently, bilateral trade volume between Zambia and China stands at US$5 billion. But Centre for Trade Policy and Development (CTPD) head of programmes...
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