ALVIN CHIINGA, Lusaka THE Zambia chapter of the Zambia-South Africa Business Council (ZSABC) will be launched in Lusaka this Friday and President Lungu is expected to officiate at the gala dinner. Zambia High Commission to South Africa press secretary Nicky Shabolyo said in a statement yesterday that the launch will bring together several South African
NANCY SIAME, VIOLET MENGO, Lusaka PRESIDENT Lungu says extra-ordinary measures are required to cushion the negative effects of climate change and energy deficit Zambia and other African countries are grappling with. Mr Lungu has also commended the African Development Bank (AfDB) for its financial support to African countries, which is in excess of US$112 billion.
CATHERINE MUMBA, Lusaka PATRIOTIC Front secretary general Davies Chama has described allegations by the United Party for National Development (UPND) that Patriotic Front (PF) cadres are pulling down the opposition political party’s campaign posters as unfounded. Mr Chama said the PF has sensitised its cadres not to engage in acts that are against the Electoral
CATHERINE MUMBA, Lusaka A DRIVER of Lusaka’s Zingalume township has been convicted and fined K45,000 or in default three years imprisonment with hard labour for aiding nine Ethiopian illegal immigrants. Department of Immigration public relations officer Namati Nshinka, in a statement issued in Lusaka yesterday, named the convict as Augustine Ntoshya, 38. Mr Nshinka said
VICTOR KUMWENDA, Lusaka ZANACO will today seek closing in on leaders Nkana when they tackle Kabwe Warriors in a Super Division rescheduled Week One match at Godfrey Chitalu Stadium. The bankers have 21 points, five behind leaders Nkana. Second-placed Zesco United have 22 points. Nakambala Leopards host Nchanga Rangers in a rescheduled Week Eight match.
NOMSA NKANA, Lusaka TO ADDRESS poor credit rating of African enterprises, Africans should present the continent in favourable light, the Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) has said. Speaking at a press briefing in Lusaka yesterday, TEF founder Tony Elumelu said credit rating is affected by the picture that Africans portray about their countries and businesses. Mr
VIOLET MENGO, Lusaka IN THE words of African Development Bank (AfDB) president Akinwumi Ades ina: “Africa is simply tired of being in the dark. It is time to take decisive action and turn around this narrative: to light up and power Africa and accelerate the pace of economic transformation, unlock the potential of businesses, and