Investment Forum with MARGARET CHIMANSE AS AN alternative to a business merger or acquisition, forming a joint venture (JV) is a common business strategy used among companies seeking to achieve a common goal or reach a specific consumer market. Entering into a JV involves two or more businesses coming together under a contractual agreement to
Gender Focus with JUDITH KONAYUMA CELEBRATIONS are still in the air and congratulations to those who scooped parliamentary seats. It was a hard and long battle. That was a job well done. For those who have not made it to the august House, there may be another chance. Be patient and work harder next time.
KELVIN CHONGO, NANCY SIAME, Lusaka UNITED Party for National Development (UPND) vice-president for political affairs Canisius Banda has welcomed President Lungu’s call for unity, peace and co-existence in the aftermath of the August 11 general elections and beyond. Dr Banda said President Lungu’s call for peace, unity and co-existence is welcome because this is what
CHOMBA MUSIKA, Lusaka INSPECTOR-GENERAL of Police Kakoma Kanganja has assured the nation that police will continue to enforce law and order to sustain peace in the country in the aftermath of the August 11 general elections. Mr Kanganja also warned of stern action against perpetrators of post-election violence. He said in a statement issued yesterday
KELVIN CHONGO, Lusaka SPECIAL assistant to the President for press and public relations Amos Chanda says President Lungu’s inauguration will go ahead next Tuesday as announced by Secretary to the Cabinet Roland Msiska. Mr Chanda said that the inauguration will take place on Tuesday as advised by Dr Msiska. Dr Msiska announced that the inauguration
ARTHUR MWANSA, Lusaka POLICE deputy director of operations Alfred Nawa has urged Zambians not to panic because security is guaranteed in the aftermath of the general elections. Mr Nawa said this yesterday when he featured on Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC)’s Morning Live programme. “There is no need to panic because the Zambia Police
CONSTRUCTION of the US$150 million water pipeline from Kafue to Lusaka has started, Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company (LWSC) public relations officer Topsy Sikalinda has said. Mr Sikalinda told the Zambia News and Information Services (ZANIS) yesterday that the project will be completed over a period of two years. The Kafue-Lusaka water project is aimed
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