Saturday, 27 October 2012

New World Bank Report Advises African Countries to Unlocking Regional Trade to Help Feed a Continent


A New World Bank Report Says That Africa’s Farmers Can Potentially Grow Enough Food To Feed The Continent And Avert Future Food Crises If Countries Remove Cross-Border Restrictions On The Food Trade Within The Region.

Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Proflight Zambia offers citizens cut-price airfares to Livingstone and Mfuwe to celebrate Independence Day


Proflight Zambia is offering citizens cut-price airfares to Livingstone and Mfuwe to celebrate Independence Day, and give all Zambian citizens the opportunity to explore the country’s natural wonders.

UNECA Cautions That Zambia’s Economy Risks Falling Back Into A Debt Trap And Higher Overall Taxation If The Economy Cannot Be Stimulated To Levels Commensurate With The Cost Of Public Debt


The United Nations Economic Commission For Africa (Uneca) Has Cautioned That Zambia’s Economy Risks Falling Back Into A Debt Trap And Higher Overall Taxation If The Economy Cannot Be Stimulated To Levels Commensurate With The Cost Of Public Debt

zambia's immigration boss retired


The Director General For Immigration Department Anderson Phiri Has Been Retired In National Interest And His Deputy Moola Milomo Has Been Appointed To Act As The Director General.

Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Monday, 22 October 2012

Engineering Institution Of Zambia (Eiz) Launches The Infrastructure Report Card System.


The Engineering Institution Of Zambia (Eiz) Has Launched The Infrastructure Report Card System (Ircs) To Help The Institution Assess The State And Condition Of The Country’s Infrastructure.

UNECA says africa's future lies in integration


The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) says Africa’s future lies in integration.

ICASA to be held on 7th -11th december 2013 in south africa


The 17th International Conference on AIDS and STI’s in Africa (ICASA 2013), Africa’s largest AIDS Conference, will be held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC), South Africa, from 7 – 11 December 2013.

United States government to support zambia's national malaria strategic plan in 2012 with a total budget of $24 million


The United States government has demonstrated its commitment to the Integrated Systems Strengthening Program partnership by contributing a total of $24 million to support Zambia’s National Malaria Strategic Plan in 2012.

Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Central bank to introduce the currency redinomination act



The Bank Of Zambia (Boz) Is In The Process Of Introducing The Currency Redenomination Act Which Will Legalize The Rebasing Process Of The Kwacha.

lusaka magistrate convicts kapoko's ally for being in possession of suspected stolen property



The Lusaka Magistrate Has Today Convicted And Fined Henry Kapoko’s Ally Terence Mparuri For Being In Possession Of Property Suspected To Have Been Stolen.

Tuesday, 16 October 2012

World Bank Warns That Zambia Risks Paying Back About 40million Dollars A Year If The 750million Dollar Bond Money Is Left Idle Without Being Spent On Right Viable Projects


The World Bank Has Warned That Zambia Risks Paying Back About
40million Dollars A Year If The 750million Dollar Bond Money Is Left Idle Without Being Spent On Right Viable Projects In The Sectors Government Has Identified.

Wednesday, 10 October 2012

CNMC to invest $60million at Luanshya copper mine for the construction of a new cobalt treatment plant.



China Non ferrous Metals Company (CNMC) - Luanshya Copper Mines plc plans to spend an estimated cost of $60million to construct the new Cobalt treatment plant at Luanshya Mine.

standard chartered bank zambia plc commits 5billion kwacha towards the rebassing process ------as its profit grows to 61percent representing 104.9billion kwacha



Standard chartered bank Zambia plc has committed about 5billion kwacha towards the rebassing of the kwacha a process which has been embarked upon by the central bank of bank.

Friday, 5 October 2012

ACC to introduce the subject of corruption into school curriculum



The anti-corruption commission in conjunction with the curriculum development centre under the ministry of education has commenced the process of integrating the subject of anti corruption into the education curriculum from grade 1-12.

Zambia to establish 22 intra-Africa trade centres.



Zambia will establish about 22 intra-Africa trade centres to boost business in the continent, according to a Government Minister.

Thursday, 4 October 2012

world bank projects Sub-Saharan Africa economies to grow 4.8 percent in 2012



Sub-Saharan Africa is expected to grow at 4.8 percent in 2012, broadly unchanged from the 4.9 percent growth rate in 2011 and largely on track despite setbacks in the global economy.

Wednesday, 3 October 2012

zambian gov't disbursed 1.5 Trillion Kwacha For Development in september



The Ministry Of Finance Budget Office Has Disbursed 1.5 Trillion Kwacha For Infrastructure Development, Poverty Reduction, Debt Service, Personal Emoluments And General Operations Of Ministries Provinces And Spending Agencies [Mpsa’s].