CONSULTANT URGES GOVT TO TAKE UP SHARES IN PRIVATE MINES

CONSULTANT URGES GOVT TO TAKE UP SHARES IN PRIVATE MINES »

1 Feb, 2021
Business

A business consultant has advised government to take up shares in mines that are still in private hands.

Mr. Thomas Shikulu said the

LEGALISE PROSTITUTION – LAWYER

LEGALISE PROSTITUTION – LAWYER »

14 Jan, 2021
News

A Kabwe-based lawyer has called upon lawmakers to consider legalizing prostitution as an alternative of reducing sexual offences.

Mr. Mulilo Kabesha said it

ZAMBIA BREWERIES ENGAGING LOCALS IN VALUE CHAIN

ZAMBIA BREWERIES ENGAGING LOCALS IN VALUE CHAIN »

11 Jan, 2021
News

Zambia Breweries has disclosed that the has engaged local suppliers of raw materials during COVID 19.

Zambia Breweries Corporate Affairs Director  Ezekiel Sekele said involving locals in the

CLIMATE CHANGE: DOOM OR MOMENT TO RETHINK ZAMBIA’S AGRICULTURE?

CLIMATE CHANGE: DOOM OR MOMENT TO RETHINK ZAMBIA’S AGRICULTURE? »

20 May, 2019
ColumnsFeatures

Dry spells recorded in the country this year has left everyone wondering. The calamity has not spared anyone; for small scale farmers dependent on rain fed agriculture low yields are inescapable besides the shared the struggle of getting by with sweltering heat like everyone else. Clearly climate change is among us.