Government says it is committed to fighting financial crimes as demonstrated through the various policies and reforms such as the establishment of the financial crimes court. Finance Minister, SITUMBEKO MUSOKOTWANE adds that government is committed to ensure strict compliance to international standards on combating money laundering and the financing of terrorism in conformity with the
By Paul Shalala Vice President MUTALE NALUMANGO says the price of fuel will reduce in the long run once government reduces the cost of importation and starts sourcing the commodity from neighbouring Angola. Mrs. NALUMANGO says at the moment fuel is expensive because of the cost of transporting it by trucks from the port in
(ZANIS) President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA has called on musicians in Southern Province to emulate the late Mashombe Blue Jeans Band leader, NEBERT MASHOMBE for his consistency in the music industry. The President, who was represented at the burial by Pemba District Commissioner, OBEY HABEENZU, described Mr. MASHOMBE as a legend in the music industry. Meanwhile, Southern
By Christopher Miti Chipangali constituency plans to spend two million Kwacha from the 2023 Constituency Development Fund for the purchase of desks in schools. Chipangali Member of Parliament Andrew Lubusha says the constituency is adhering to the directive by President Hakainde Hichilema that no pupil should sit on the floor while learning. Mr Lubusha says
By Ruth Chayinda President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA has called on the diplomatic corps to work with Zambia in addressing the many challenges affecting the country and the world. President HICHILEMA says food insecurity, energy, climate change and peace and security are among the issues that need to be addressed collectively. He says the current challenges the
By Tamara Muswala Government has concluded negotiations with private partners engaged to rehabilitate the Lusaka – Ndola dual carriage way and will in the next ten days sign the contract. Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development Minister CHARLES MILUPI says the Lusaka-NDOLA dual carriage way will be under taken in three years but that before the
By Paul Shalala African Milling says mealie meal prices will soon stabilise now that the Food Reserve Agency -FRA- is supplying 250-thousand metric tonnes of maize to millers. African Milling General Manager JOMO MATULULU says his firm is now selling a 25-kilogram bag of mealie meal between 165 and 167 kwacha. Mr. MATULULU says the
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