FARMERS THREATEN TO SCRAP E-VOUCHER

FARMERS THREATEN TO SCRAP E-VOUCHER »

12 Feb, 2017
Business

By SIMEON MBEWE

The farmers who stated that they may abandon the e-voucher programme cited failure by government to provide them with farming

Prioritize value addition, farmers urged

Prioritize value addition, farmers urged »

3 Feb, 2017
Business

By ARNOLD CHASAYA

The Central Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) has challenged small holder farmers in Central Province to prioritise value addition

Youths make money from scrap

Youths make money from scrap »

3 Feb, 2017
Business

By TENDAI KADYAMOTO

Entrepreneurs living near Kansanshi Copper Mine in Solwezi have turned a decommissioned mining conveyor belt into a viable income-generating venture,

STANBIC CALLS FOR DIALOGUE ON ENERGY TARIFFS

STANBIC CALLS FOR DIALOGUE ON ENERGY TARIFFS »

3 Feb, 2017
Business

By TENDAI KADYAMOTO and ARNOLD CHASAYA

Stanbic Bank-Zambia has urged energy regulators in the country to prioritise stakeholder consultation when adjusting energy tariffs.

SME’s urged to be financially disciplined

SME’s urged to be financially disciplined »

6 Aug, 2016
BusinessNews

A University of Zambia lecturer in the department of Development Studies (DS) has urged small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to exercise financial discipline

KALOMO DISTRICT RECEIVES 100 UNITS OF GRINDING MILLS

KALOMO DISTRICT RECEIVES 100 UNITS OF GRINDING MILLS »

3 Aug, 2016
BusinessNews

100 units of grinding mills has been apportioned to Kalomo district of Southern province under the Presidential Solar Milling Plants Initiative spearheaded by

TDAU to continue promoting sustainable development

TDAU to continue promoting sustainable development »

3 Aug, 2016
BusinessNews

 

The university of Zambia technology and advisory unit (TDAU) has pledged to continue taking a leading role in promoting sustainable development through

2015 saw increased hardships for citizens – JCTR

2015 saw increased hardships for citizens – JCTR »

8 Jan, 2016
Business

THE Jesuit Centre for Theological reflection (JCTR) says 2015 was generally not an easy year for most Zambian households.   In a press statement made available to the Lusaka Star, JCTR media and information officer Tendai Posiana said 2015 saw a steady increase in the cost of living for most towns in the country.  

ZTB records increase in tourist visits

ZTB records increase in tourist visits »

8 Jan, 2016
Business

THE Zambia Tourism Board (ZTB) has recorded a significant increase in the number of tourist visiting the country this year despite the continued depreciation of the local currency.

Invest in power importation, urges Milupi

Invest in power importation, urges Milupi »

10 Dec, 2015
Business

Politcian and businessman Charles Milupi has charged that government's move to increase electricity tariffs is a wrong remedy in addressing the power shortage crisis the country is facing.