CEEC gives out 7,000 loans

(ZANIS) The Citizens Economic Empowerment Commission -CEEC has so far disbursed over 7,000 business loans under the Busulu loan product valued at over 72 million Kwacha countrywide. The product which was launched in April 2023, has a bias towards women and youths in peri urban areas to enable them have access to affordable financing. CEEC


By Alice Lubasi Citizen Economic Empowerment Commission -CEEC- has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with ZCAS University to train small and Medium enterprise -SMEs- in short business related courses. Speaking during the signing ceremony, ZCAS University Acting Vice Chancellor KELVIN KAYOMBO says the MoU will enable the institution to provide deserving citizens with the skills

OVER Seven Thousand Apply For CEEC Loans

By Paul Shalala Over 7,000 companies and individuals have applied for loans under the Empowerment Programme. Citizens Economic Empowerment Commission -CEEC- Public Relations Manager MICHELO MUKATA says the commission is overwhelmed by the response from the business community following the call for applications issued last month. Mr. MUKATA says of the 7,000 that have so


Government has urged the youth to apply for empowerment funds under the newly introduced empowerment programmes under the Citizen Economic Empowerment Commission -CEEC. This is after the CEEC last week unveiled seven empowerment programmes targeted at macro, small and medium enterprises. Small and Medium Enterprise Minister ELIAS MUBANGA says the empowerment programmes are meant to

CEEC unveils K365m empowerment funds

By Sharon Siame The Citizens Economic Empowerment Commission -CEEC- has unveiled Seven Empowerment programmes to the tune of 365 million Kwacha. CEEC Director General MUWE MUNGULE says the new empowerment programmes are targeted at Citizens, Small and Medium Enterprises as well as corporate enterprises. Dr. MUNGULE says the first Empowerment product is the Marketeers Booster

Farmer complains of low fish prices

(ZANIS) A farmer who benefitted from the Citizens Economic Empowerment Commission, -CEEC- aquaculture seed fund has lamented that the fish market has become saturated and is offering low prices for the commodity. NZILA SIABALIMA who stocked three ponds with 30,000 fingerlings complains that the K35 per Kilogram offered on the market is too low and
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