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Cut nshima price
MWAPE MWENYA, Lusaka ACTING President Inonge Wina has directed Minister of Agriculture Michael Katambo to immediately halt the escalation of mealie meal prices in Zambia. Chief Government Spokesperson Dora Siliya announced Mrs Wina’s directive to Mr Katambo at a media briefing ye...
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Austerity should not stop economic initiatives – Lungu
ANGELA CHISHIMBA, New Delhi GOVERNMENT will not starve the economy to a point of killing people’s initiatives because of the austerity measures it has put in place. President Edgar Lungu said this in an interview yesterday after concluding his three-day State visit to India.http:...
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Unveiling hidden investment gems
PRISCILLA MWILA, Solwezi ONE of the early successes of the first management was in the industrial sector, where, through the Industrial Development Corporation (INDECO), the Government embarked on a number of projects. These projects were meant to ease the import and export bottl...
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Reduce Mealie Meal Prices Or Be Voted Out, Lusaka Residents Tell Lungu
Some Lusaka residents have appealed to President Edgar Lungu to intervene in the prevailing high mealie meal prices which most of them cannot afford.
The residents have vowed to vote out the Patriotic Front Government in 2021 if they do not work towards reducing the prices of foo...
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State to help students stranded in India
ANGELA CHISHIMBA, New Delhi, India GOVERNMENT has pledged to help the more than 40 students stranded in India after failing to pay private universities they owe money. President Edgar Lungu has tasked Indian High Commissioner to Zambia Judith Kapijimpanga to redeem the 40 student...
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Lungu won’t meet Vedanta boss
CHOMBA MUSIKA, Lusaka STATE House says President Edgar Lungu will not meet Vedanta chairman Anil Agarwal or his representatives while on his State visit in India, where he arrived yesterday. Special Assistant to the President for Press and Public Relations Isaac Chipampe said in...
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