National Restoration Party(NAREP) President Mr Elias Chipimo Jr will on Monday, 8th October 2012 feature on ZAMBIA Comet Radio 93.7fm to discuss National issues. The programme will start at 09:00hrs. Read more
THE prices of copper in London rose yesterday after two sessions of losses, as investors shifted focus from the lack of immediate stimulus measures by the United States (US). Reuters Read more
By TRYNESS MBALE THE Real Estate Investment Zambia plc (REIZ) plans to construct a four-star boutique hotel at Arcades shopping centre due to increased demand for retail space in this Read more
The LuSE All Share Index closed at 3,846.53 points down by 0.85% from yesterday’s closing of 3,863.45 points . Transactions were recorded in PUMA,CEC,LAFARGE, REIZ, ZAMBEEF,ZANACO and ZSUG. Price movements Read more
GOVERNMENT announced a new minimum wage for domestic workers, shop workers and general order for protected employees who are not represented by any union. The pronouncement has generated different reactions Read more
CONVENTIUM International Limited, a Germany -based company is planning several development projects with Zambia in textile and medical sectors. The company’s managing director, Klaus Ehrhardt disclosed in an interview that Read more
ZAMBIA Sugar Plc is this year expected to exceed 400,000 tonnes of sugar production for the first time since completion of the recent major agricultural and factory expansion project. According Read more
THE Bank of Zambia (BoZ) says the recapitalisation exercise of commercial banks is not aimed at killing any banks in the country but to improve their capital base and resilience Read more
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