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Spend Wisely, Zam Urges Govt
The Zambia Association of Manufacturers has urged Government to implement stringent fiscal measures to curb unnecessary expenditure.
South Africa: Moments That Made Mandela Great
Almost no one in the late 1980s believed apartheid would end peacefully. The government was in trouble but the core of its system that kept the whites in power looked solid.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
More than 10 killed in militia battles in northern Kenya
An aerial view of the town of Lodwar is seen in north western Kenya, October 16, 2013.
Zambia: Illegal Churches Face Deregistration
THE Government has threatened to de-register churches that do not meet the standards as stipulated by the laws of Zambia.
Christian Science Monitor
Zambian entrepreneur cashes in on local copper boom
Zambia 's copper-mining sector is a magnet for foreign investment, and some local entrepreneurs are finding ways to cash in - backed by a populist government that is putting new pressure on multinationals to give contracts to local businesses.
Times of Oman
Mandela for the ages
Without Nelson Mandela, South Africa's apartheid nightmare eventually would have come to an end.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Mandela: A Friend of Arafat, An Enemy of the Jewish State
Nelson Mandela warmly greets Palestine Liberation Organization chairman Yasser Arafat on his arrival in Lusaka, 27 February 1990.
New CBM-TEC mining expo to put Zambian Copperbelt on the map
DMN Newswire--2013-12-5--Some 1500 mining experts are expected at the upcoming Copperbelt Mining Trade Expo and Conference or CBM-TEC in Kitwe, Zambia in April next year at an industry event that has been described as long overdue for the region.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Zuma on Nelson Mandela's death: 'Our nation has lost its greatest son'
Nelson Mandela's willingness to forgive and forget helped peacefully end an era of white domination in his native South Africa.
Resource Investing News
Authorities on the Hunt for Radioactive Cobalt-60 Stolen in Mexico
When thievery is discussed in the resource sector, it's usually diamonds that have been stolen or oil that has been pirated.
BOZ to Apply Banking Sector Gauge
THE Bank of Zambia will commence the implementation of the Basel II framework next month aimed at contributing to a more resilient and stable banking system that is capable of promoting sustainable economic growth.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
The Sister Rosettas Return to New Ohio Theatre, Now thru 12/14
Extended after a sold-out run in September, The Sister Rosettas are back with five more performances.
Elephants in the room: Mischievous herd of beasts gatecrash hotel lobby in annual search for fruit
These pictures capture the astonishing moment a herd of African elephants gatecrash t hrough the reception of a welcoming lodge, hoping to snaffle some free lunch.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Government acquires Shs45 billion Japanese grant for hospitals
The government has received a grant of $18 million from Japan, which will be used to boost medical facilities and rehabilitate three referral/major hospitals in Western Uganda.
Kyenjojo pupils abandon class to join lucrative tea industry
Kyenjojo- As one travels along the snaky Fort Portal-Kyenjojo road, tea plantations paint the road sides green against the vast plains, making the scenery beautiful.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Zambia: UTH Nurses' Strike Illegal - Sata
PRESIDENT Michael Sata has said the strike by University Teaching Hospital nurses is illegal but the Government will not fire them despite receiving 800 applications from other nurses.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Zambia: Long-Term Effects of Zim Elephants Poisoning
POACHING is an illegal killing of wild animals in a national park, protected area or game ranch.
Zambia: HIV/Aids Free Zambia Possible
DECEMBER 1 every year is an important day throughout the world because this is when each of one of us remembers the causes and devastating effects of the HIV/AIDS pandemic the world over.
Zambia: Mumbwa, Kabanana Road Works Slow Down
AVIC International has unveiled a "dossier" of obstacles it has encountered as it works on the Mumbwa and Kabanana roads.
Zambia: When Lazzo's Crunch Came
LAZZO has hardly slept a wink on the shop corridors of Lusaka's central business district courtesy of a Good Samaritan security guard who spends nights guarding a shop every night.