Kagem Mining, which operates the world’s single largest emerald mine, has set out its strategy for putting Zambian emeralds at the forefront of the world’s fine jewellery industry. The company, Read more
By NELLA MUKALENGE MULTICHOICE Zambia in partnership with Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC) has introduced a new pay-television which will allow Zambians to join the digital revolution and enjoy 19 Read more
Uganda is borrowing from Zambia’s reform blueprint to raise its doing business ratings in the East African Community bloc and Comesa. This is part of the country’s aspirations to attain Read more
By CHRISTINE CHISHA THE United States government yesterday announced an additional K72 billion (about US$15 million dollars) to the Presidents Emergency Plan for Aids Relief (PEPFAR) in Zambia that would Read more
British High Commissioner to Zambia Carolyn Davidson says she is very offended by the Times of Zambia newspaper for insinuating that the British government is funding the opposition and undermining Read more
A new multi-million-dollar mixed-use residential and commercial development, called Roma Park, on Friday officially launched in Lusaka, Zambia. The 104 hectare development will include mixed-income residential, commercial and industrial properties, Read more
LAP Green shares frozen By DARLINGTON MWENDABAI ZAMBIA has frozen LAP Green Network’s 75 percent shares in Zamtel in conformity with the international community’s decision to freeze all assets belonging Read more
Bishop John Mambo has charged that the rejection of the constitutional bill by parliament on Tuesday is the beginning of the process for a people driven constitution. Bishop Mambo says Read more
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