LuSE stock share drops

TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka THE Lusaka Stock Exchange (LuSE) last week recorded a significant reduction in the number of shares transacted, registering a drop in turnover from over K3 million the previous week to almost K330,000. A total of 155,524 shares worth K333,899 were transacted in 65 trades last week compared to a total of 1,137,134

Zambia to gain from climate finance grant

ESTHER MSETEKA, Lusaka ZAMBIA is expected to benefit from an US$800,000 grant being provided through the Africa Climate Change Fund (ACCF) for strengthening capacity and climate finance. The fund, managed by the African Development Bank under the energy, environment and climate change department established in 2014 with a €4.7 million contribution from Germany, aims at

Numbers show dramatic rise of terrorist attacks in Africa over past six Years, IHS says

The number of militant Islamist attacks in Africa rose dramatically between 2009 and 2015, according to new research released by IHS Inc. (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of critical information and insight. In 2009, IHS Jane’s Terrorism and Insurgency Centre recorded 171 militant Islamist attacks across Africa that caused 541 fatalities. In 2015, there

HH woos farmers in Central Province

UPND presidential candidate Hakainde Hichilema has reiterated to the Zambian people that the only way of reducing poverty and inequality in the country is through job creation and maximising the potential of the resources the country possesses. Speaking when he addressed campaign meetings in the strong farming areas of Masansa, Chikupili and Chifwebe in rural

ZAF interfering with our campaign again UPND

Once again we are seeing the Zambian Air Force interfering with our campaigning schedule after cancelling our flying permit to Luapula at late notice with the sole intention of disrupting our rallies, draining our resources and further fanning the tensions on the ground being felt across Zambia. The following airspace clearance certificate demonstrates the illegal