(BBC) At least 10 people, including three children, were killed when the roof of a church collapsed in northern Mexico. The collapse happened on Sunday afternoon local time as around 100 people were attending a baptism at Santa Cruz church in Ciudad Madero. Sixty people were injured, at least two of them seriously, and dozens
By Chansa Kunda The Football Association of Zambia -FAZ- has tasked the Copper Queens to ensure they defend the COSAFA title. The team is tomorrow expected to leave for South Africa where they will start their title defence from the 4th to the 15th of October 2023. FAZ General Secretary, REUBEN KAMANGA says with the
By Mary Kachepa ZCCM Investments Holdings Plc has recorded a total of K5.94-billion in Company Profit. This is during the financial years ended 31 December 2022 and 31 December 2021. And ZCCM-IH shareholders have approved a combined dividends’ totalling 724 million Kwacha for the financial years 2021 and 2022. ZCCM-IH Corporate Affairs Manager LOISA MBATHA
By Brian Mwale Finance and National Planning Minister SITUMBEKO MUSOKOTWANE says government has proposed to provide incentives in the 2024 national budget to help grow the economy. Dr. MUSOKOTWANE says incentives in various sectors are key to growing the economy and enhancing revenue contribution to the Treasury. And Dr. MUSOKOTWANE says there is need for
(BBC) The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to a pair of scientists that developed the technology that led to the mRNA Covid vaccines. Dr Katalin Kariko and Dr Drew Weissman will share the prize. The technology was experimental before the pandemic, but has now been given to millions of people around
By Mwila Nsofu Vedanta Resources has committed to contribute to the growth of sports in the country through its corporate social responsibility. Vedanta Resources corporate Communications Director MASUZYO NDHLOVU says the company will provide incentives to the teams. NDHLOVU was speaking after the national division one game between KCM sponsored Nchanga Rangers and Vedanta sponsored
Economist Yusuf Dodia has emphasized the need for Zambia to bolster its domestic resource mobilization efforts to curb excessive dependence on external borrowing that is detrimental to the country’s economy. Mr Dodia contends that while borrowing remains cardinal to the development trajectory of a nation like Zambia, it should not be the primary solution to
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