Huawei Starts Base Station Roll-Out in Rural Zambia
Huawei has launched the first of a series of 169 base stations that will connect rural communities in Zambia to the mobile phone network.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Zambia: Superior Milling to Open 15 Outlets
Superior Milling Company which has resolved to buy 80,000 tonnes of maize from local farmers this harvest season, will soon launch new maize meal products on the local market.
Zambia: Govt to Revoke Munali Mine
GOVERNMENT will consider revoking the Munali Nickel Mine Licence in Mazabuka if new owners fail to move on site by June this year, Mines, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma has warned.
Zambia: State, ZFE Keen to Boost Workers' Lives
LABOUR and Social Security Minister Fackson Shamenda has said Government and the Zambia Federation of Employers share a common goal of uplifting the welfare of the Zambian workers.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Zambia opposition leader accuses govt of murder plot
Zambian opposition leader Hakainde Hichikema on Wednesday accused the government of involvement in a plot to kill him and his supporters, threatening to take his case to the International Court of Justice .
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Parliament gobbles US$100 000 per week
PARLIAMENT continues to pay in excess of US$100 000 every week for MPs accommodation when the house is in session despite having acquired Quality International Hotel a few years ago at a substantial cost.
In memory of principled struggle hero
Chris Hani had been in jail for months in Gaborone when he finally got to live as part of the family again.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Zambia: Kelvin Sampa Conning Businessmen With PF Name, Says Source
Two foreign investors have warned the Patriotic Front against working with former Movement for Multiparty Democracy member Kelvin Sampa because they risk tarnishing their name with Sampa's bad deeds.
FastJet raises US$25million for African expansion
It is reported that FastJet will raise 15 million pounds from share sales to help fund its African expansion, with EasyJet founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou injecting cash in a deal giving him 10 percent of the business.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Donna Erickson: How to preserve Easter egg memories
Every year about this time, I clip some spindly, crusty-looking brown branches from the forsythia bush in my yard.
Weather patterns, urbanization add to pressures on Zambia's forests
In some areas of Zambia, locally managed charcoal production systems exist, and a study from the Center for International Forestry Research recommends replicating them elsewhere.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Zambia: Coffee Output Declines
ZAMBIA's coffee production has declined from 450 tonnes recorded in 2013 to 200 tonnes this year, due to lack of a tree agriculture policy and long-term financing.
Lusaka Politics gives one the impression Zambia is at a verge of civil war
UPND deputy president for administration Richard Kapita says politics of stereotyping and labeling being practiced in Lusaka would make one think Zambia was on a verge of civil war against each yet all the lovely people of Zambia were the same and still united as before.
Zambia: ZANACO 2013 Profit Swells
ZANACO recorded profit of K186 million in 2013 up from K156 million the previous year.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Zambia: Chilimbulu Road Project Resumes
CONSTRUCTION works on Chilimbulu Road have resumed with the contractor clearing off the debris to pave way for the expansion of the road.
Zambia: Chellah Allegedly Deserts His Wife
President Michael Sata's press aide George Chellah has allegedly deserted his matrimonial home for a concubine who he is lodging with at the plush Pamodzi Hotel in Lusaka.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Zambia: Sata Pushes Son for Mayor
The scheme to prop up President Michael Sata's son Mulenga as a possible heir has gone one notch higher with the Head of State directing that he be handed the mayoral seat on Saturday without challenge.
Zambian leader blames Europe for Africa's conflicts - Indiatalkies.com
Lusaka, April 5: Zambian President Michael Sata has blamed European countries for the conflicts taking place on the African continent, a Zambian daily reported Friday.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Zambia: Conflicting Jobs Data Causes Stir
Acting President Alexander Chikwanda has given a new figure of 300,000 as to the jobs the Patriotic Front contradicting his boss President Michael Sata's claim that about 650, 000 jobs had been created under his leadership.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Hyena eats man's penis in Zambia
Zimbabwe's outspoken foreign affairs deputy minister says Zimbabwe should stop fooling itself to think that it could influence SA's foreign policy.