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Now HH preaches peace

SO, Hakainde Hichilema is now preaching peace after realising that Zambians have identified him as being responsible for the political violence the country is facing. Monsieur Hichilema is now living up to the peace Indaba resolutions that he has all along ignored by continuing to incite his members to use violence to achieve their goals.

Veep prods Church to promote peace

By CHILA NAMAIKO - VICE-President Inonge Wina has challenged the church to remain firm in preaching non-violence, spreading messages of unity and peace ahead of the general elections this month. Ms Wina said the church should use its influence to bring people together as commanded in the Bible, especially that Zambia was a Christian nation.

Kansanshi mine records highest output

By MARTIN MUSUNKA - KANSANSHI Mining has recorded its highest production since 2014 following increased smelter availability and sulphuric acid supply from its state-of-the-art Kansanshi Smelter in Solwezi. First Quantum Minerals (FQM) attributed the overall strong performance of the corporate group to improvement in handling costs and efficiency. According to FQM 2016 second quarter results,

Be prayerful, urges First Lady

By JAJAH COULIBALY - FIRST Lady Esther Lungu has called on the people in the country to be prayerful, remain peaceful and seek God’s guidance in whatever they do. Ms Lungu also thanked churches in the country for remembering the first family and the nation as a whole. She was speaking when she attended a

Lungu to recommission Mulungushi Textile

By MAIMBOLWA MULIKELELA - PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu is this week expected to recommission Mulungushi Textile Industries of Kabwe which ceased operations in 2007 as a result of financial difficulties. Once fully operational, the textile industry will create more than 2,000 job opportunities along the whole cotton value-chain. Zambia Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) indicated that so

Investor confidence in Zambia is at its best -Mvunga

Finance Deputy Minister Christopher Mvunga says investor confidence in Zambia is at its best despite the normal political uncertainty that usually comes with elections. Mr. Mvunga says government is receiving overwhelming feedback from investors that are targeting various sectors of the income. He says the positive investor confidence is manifesting in the strengthening of the