Government has taken over the burial arrangements for the thirty two people who died in the Mufulira-Mokambo bus accident on Friday last week. Kitwe District Commissioner Chanda Kabwe said government will also provide necessary logistics required by the bereaved families. Mr Kabwe was speaking in Mufulira during a meeting with families of the deceased held
TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka THE Tobacco Board of Zambia (TBZ) has embarked on the promotion of Zambian tobacco on the global market to attract foreign investors and buyers to enhance competition in the sector. Currently, the sector has few players participating in the buying of tobacco from farmers. This is negatively affecting competition in the industry.
The corporate world should set aside selfish policies and join forces to form an integrated approach to development issues, says Zambian Breweries Director of Corporate Affairs Ezekiel Sekele. Speaking during a United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) forum for the private sector and civil society in Lusaka, Mr Sekele called for partnership on Corporate Social Responsibility
Suspected UPND Cadres have allegedly battered a Kitwe Police officer who was manning a road block near Moba hotel in Kitwe. AND police in Kitwe have arrested 12 UNPD Cadres for unlawful procession and causing a breach of peace. The incident happened im...
Government has taken over the burial arrangements for the thirty two people who died in the Mufulira-Mokambo bus accident on Friday last week. Kitwe District Commissioner Chanda Kabwe said government will also provide necessary logistics required by th...
UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema has come out strongly to condemn the damage being done to the party’s campaign materials by PF cadres. Mr Hichilema said the damage being done to UPND billboards and posters has never been seen before. He said, “There is a lot of provocation going on. We fully understand the anger and
TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka HAYLEYS Plc, a tea processing company from Sri Lanka is soon expected to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) to start a 3,000 hectares tea plantation in the third quarter. This follows a recently five-day visit by a team from the tea Industry in Sri Lanka