Economy

800 Tonnes of Antelope Milling Roller Meal Goes Bad due to Low Demand

Antelope Milling Company on the Copperbelt has revealed that over 800 tonnes of roller meal has gone bad and not good for human consumption because of low demand for the...

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ERB Institutes Probe Into Complaints Of Fast Depleting Zesco Units

The Energy Regulation Board (ERB) has instituted investigations into the alleged unexplained depletion of ZESCO prepaid electricity units following numerous complaints from members of the public. ERB Public Relations Manager...

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Stanbic leverages BoZ’s COVID package for local businesses

Stanbic Bank Zambia is leveraging part of the ZMW10 billion Bank of Zambia (BoZ) COVID-19 relief package to help clients keep their businesses viable during Zambia’s partial lockdown that has...

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Zambia Engages World Bank on Advisory Support

Finance Minister Dr. Bwalya Ng’andu has asked the World Bank for advisory support of Zambia’s preparations for the virtual consultative and information exchange mission with the IMF so that the...

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COMACO Becomes First In Africa To Get International Certification For Organic Groundnuts

The Community Markets for Conservation (COMACO) has attained international organic certification for groundnuts grown by selected COMACO-supported farmers in Eastern Province. These farmers grow groundnuts without chemicals and instead use...

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ZNFU, LCC Plot Onion Pricing Model

The Zambia National Farmers’ Union (ZNFU) and Lusaka City Council (LCC) have told onion farmers and traders that the price for onions will be determined according to supply and demand...

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Ministry of Mines Changes System For Export Permits

The Ministry of Mines and Minerals Development has told exporters of metals and other mineral products that it will no longer accept samples submitted to the Chemistry Laboratory at the...

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Manganese Mining Halted in Luano

A group of illegal manganese miners in Chingola’s Luano area have been directed to halt operations until they obtain relevant documentation for mining activities. Chingola Mayor Titus Tembo who visited...

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Govt Says Quantifying Natural Capital Vital for Zambia’s Economic Growth

The Ministry of National Development Planning says ascertaining and quantifying Zambia’s natural capital wealth in tourism, land, forest, water and other sectors is important in planning for the country’s economic...

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Key Insights Into The The Bank Of Zambia’s Interest Rate Cut

On Wednesday, the Bank of Zambia cut its key interest rate for the first time in more than two years to counter the impact of the Coronavirus on the economy,...

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