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ZAABC against SA farmers invite

By CHATULA KANGALI - THE Zambia Alliance for Agro-ecology and Biodiversity Conservation (ZAABC) has opposed the invitation of South African farmers to invest in Zambia, saying the development will negatively impact on small-scale farmers and land ownership. However, Government has allayed these fears and assured small-scale farmers of protection from the large scale farmers. ZAABC

HIPC states urged to avoid debt trap

By MAIMBOLWA MULIKELELA - POST Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) like Zambia should contract sustainable economic debt to avoid falling back in the debt trap, Finance Deputy Minister Christopher Mvunga has said. With the volatile exchange rates, falling commodity prices, climate induced adverse changes and declining capital flows, post HIPC countries need to be cautious

CMACS opens doors

By KENNEDY MUPESENI - THE Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show (CMACS) has today opened its doors to the general public. Companies ready to take part in this year’s event were found bust making final touches on their various stands. A check on some stands indicated readiness by companies to participate in the show looking

Book World’s inspiring story

Last year we featured an article that looked at one of the leading book and stationery stores in the country called Book World, a limited company by shares. We traced its humble beginnings as a single small book store in the early 1990s along Cairo Road in Lusaka with a liquid capital of K100 by

African States unite against illicit cash flows

THE 51st edition of the African Development Bank (AfDB)’s annual meetings came to a close in Zambia’s capital Lusaka last week with the bank making several pronouncements aimed at developing the continent. One major and candid pronouncement made was the commitment towards combating of illicit financial flows in most developing African states. Africa has for

Embrace adopted candidates

POLITICAL parties taking part in the August general elections have by now adopted their candidates to contest various positions that are up for grabs. In the past week, members of different political parties aired either their disapproval or approval over certain candidates. A research paper prepared by the European Commission indicates that the nomination of

‘Mutati is lawful MMD leader’

By KASONDE KASONDE - THE Registrar of Societies has maintained that Felix Mutati is the legitimate president of the MMD. This is despite a challenge by Nevers Mumba who stormed the registrar’s office demanding that such a decision be reversed to favour him. Home Affairs spokesperson Moses Suwali said the Registrar of Societies had recognised
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