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Haimbe empowers women groups

Zanis Lusaka Central Constituency Member of Parliament and Mulambo Foundation Limited Founder, MULAMBO HAIMBE has empowered six women groups within his constituency. Speaking during the handover ceremony held at the UPND Secretariat, Mr HAIMBE said there is need to support the commitment and hard work of women through such efforts. He encouraged the women to

China ready to aid value addition drive

Hannock Kasama ZNBC News CHINA has expressed willingness to assist ZAMBIA in its quest to add value to various products. CHINA’s Ambassador to ZAMBIA DU XIAOHUI says CHINA is one of the developed nation with reliable technology that can benefit ZAMBIA’s value addition drive. Mr. DU also says the CHINA is ready to partner with

Court nods contempt proceedings against Lubinda

Hannock Kasama ZNBC News The LUSAKA High Court has granted leave to Patriotic Front -PF- member MILES SAMPA to commence contempt proceedings against party Vice President GIVEN LUBINDA for allegedly holding himself as PF Acting President against the Court order. Mr. SAMPA’s application to commence Contempt Proceedings against Mr. LUBINDA has been granted by LUSAKA

EU announces 400m Euro support to Zambia

Paul Shalala ZNBC News Zambia is next week expected to receive 400 million Euros from the European Investment Bank -EIB- for the agriculture sector. The financing, which will be signed during European Investment Bank Vice President THOMAS OSTROS’s three day visit next week, is part of the EIB’s pan-African agriculture investment initiative. According to a

Kings Kangwa happy with Champions League debut

Chansa Kunda ZNBC sPORT Midfielder KINGS KANGWA says Wednesday’s loss to Manchester City in the UEFA champions league will not affect the team’s performance in upcoming domestic fixtures. Redstar Belgrade who are coming off a 3-1 loss to the European Champions will face Partizan in what will be a Serbian league local derby. KANGWA told

US Senator Bob Menendez charged in bribery inquiry

BBC News New Jersey Democratic Senator Robert Menendez has been indicted for allegedly accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes, according to the Justice Department. Prosecutors say Mr Menendez and his wife, Nadine, accepted gold bars and cash from three New Jersey businessmen. The senator and his wife accepted the money to “benefit the

SA chicken and egg shortages set to worsen

BBC News South Africa’s poultry farmers and retailers have warned residents to brace for higher egg and chicken prices, as millions of chickens continue to die amid power cuts and avian flu. South Africa’s Mpumalanga province reported an outbreak of avian flu in April and the deadlier H7N6 strain of the flu in May. The
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