Monthly Archives: July 2016

Zambia: Govt Promotes Industrial Clusters

THE Government says it is promoting the development of industrial clusters across the country aimed at stimulating enterprise development based on the value chains approach especially in rural areas.

Gender Deputy Minister, Dorothy Kazunga said …

Zambia: Daz Demands Maize Bran Export Levy

THE Dairy Association of Zambia (DAZ) has called on Government to introduce export levy for maize bran to check the current rampant export of the product.

DAZ executive manager Jeremiah Kasalo said the move would …

Zambia: Use Only Approved Instruments, Traders Told

THE Zambia Weights and Measures Agency (ZWMA) has urged traders to ensure that all instruments used in trade are approved to promote fair trade in the country.

ZWMA public relations officer, Diana Ngula said there …

Zambia: Predictions – Mulenga Sata to Suffer Humiliating Defeat in Kabwata

Kabwata Constituency is of those that traditionally provides part of the barometer of the political atmosphere in Lusaka.

The 2016 race does not look any different, as the loosened social atmosphere provided by Kabwata provides …

Zambia: Integrating Environmental, Economic Policies

“THE ‘environment’ is where we live; and development is what we all do in attempting to improve our lot within that abode. The two are inseparable.”

This is according to Our Common Future, which is …

Zambia: Kambwili Condemns Murder of PF Official

THE Government has condemned the murder of a Patriotic Front (PF) official in Ndola’s Chipulukusu Township and the beating of a teacher in Sinazongwe by the United Party for National Development (UPND) supporters which was …

Southern Africa: Zambia Ready for Aug. 11 Polls – SADC Observers

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) Electoral Observation Mission (SEOM) says it has concluded that Zambia is prepared and ready to hold elections on 11th August concurrently with the referendum.

Speaking during the launch of …

Southern Africa: Zambia Disqualified From the 2016 Cosafa Under-17 Championships

Zambia have been disqualified from the 2016 COSAFA Under-17 Championships being staged in Mauritius having been found to have fielded two over-age players for the tournament.

Consequently Malawi finish top of Group B and East …

African Leaders Driving Push for Industrialisation: UN Official

Industrialisation in Africa is being driven by African leaders who realise that industries as diverse as horticulture and leather production can help add value to the primary resources they currently export.

This is an “inside …