By Ruth Chayinda- The Economics Association of Zambia -EAZ- has expressed optimism that the Kwacha will continue to appreciate due to an anticipated increase in economic activities in the second quarter of this year. EAZ National Secretary GIBSON MASUMBU has however observed that economic activities in the country have slowed down this year. In an

UPND elated with victories in Kabushi & Kwacha

The United Party for National Development-UPND- is elated with the victories of its candidates in the recent KABUSHI and KWACHA parliamentary by-elections. Deputy Secretary General GERTRUDE IMENDA says the victories on the Copperbelt show that the electorate have appreciated the policies of the UPND Administration. Mrs. IMENDA was speaking in an interview with ZNBC News.

HH respects High Court ruling

By Collins Masumba President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA says the High Court’s ruling to stay the Kabushi and Kwacha Parliamentary by elections is normal and should not raise any eyebrows. And President HICHILEMA has called for amendment of the Constitution to deal with issues that instigate by-elections to save on national resources. Speaking at Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe

ECZ Speaks Out

By Mwila Nsofu The Electoral Commission of Zambia -ECZ- has officially postponed the Kabushi and Kwacha constituency by-elections which were set for Thursday September 15, 2022. ECZ Corporate Affairs Manager, PATRICIA LUHANGA has confirmed the development in a Statement to ZNBC News today. Ms. LUHANGA said the postponement follows the High Court ruling delivered yesterday

Political parties start adoptions

By Ruth Chayinda Some political parties have started receiving adoption applications for the Kwacha and Kabushi Parliamentary seats. UPND Spokesperson CORNELIUS MWEETWA says the party has credible and strong candidates that are likely to win the seats. Speaking in a telephone interview with ZNBC news, Mr. MWEETWA called for support to would-be candidates so that


ZANACO is today buying one US dollar at 15 Kwacha 91 Ngwee and selling the same at 16 Kwacha 23 Ngwee. Compared to yesterday’s rates, the Kwacha has depreciated by two Ngwee against the US dollar. The bank is buying the British pound at 19 Kwacha 42 Ngwee and selling it at 19 Kwacha 80
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