Ricks Mulomba was put to rest on the 25th of March 2013 in Mazabuka , Zambia. The Mulomba family would like to express their heartfelt appreciation for the help, thoughtfulness Read more
THE Biofuels Associations of Zambia (BAZ) has described the decision by a Chinese firm, Kaid Bio Mass to pull out of Zambia, as unfortunate because the move will deny the Read more
WRONG MOVE BY BOZ…WHO OWNS FOREX? > The current wrangle caused by Bank of Zambia (Boz) to introduce a bill to control foreign exchange outflows and inflows is a big Read more
Regular readers of Pambazuka News will remember a debate held a year or so ago in its pages between the US-based NGO Human Rights Watch (HRW) and ourselves about a Read more
Copper output in Zambia is expected to rise to 1.5 million tonnes in 2017 from 800,000 tonnes this year due to increased investment in the mining sector. The projection is Read more
First Lady Christine Kaseba-Sata has arrived in New York, United States of America to attend the 57th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) being held at Read more
Zambia has clinched a deal with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and the Cable News Network (CNN) in which the two international news networks will begin marketing Zambia’s tourism ahead Read more
The Zambia 2010 Census of Population and Housing national analytical report was this week launched in which, it revealed that out of 2.5 million youths in the labour force, 16.7 Read more
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