LUANSHYA COPPER MINES SHAFT 28 TO RE-OPEN

LUANSHYA COPPER MINES SHAFT 28 TO RE-OPEN »

31 Mar, 2019
Business

Government has said that Luanshya Copper Mines (LCM) has responded positively to the two letters it was issued last month concerning

BARRICK LUMWANA REFUTES ‘SELL ALLEGATIONS’ BUT MIGHT CONSIDER THEM

BARRICK LUMWANA REFUTES ‘SELL ALLEGATIONS’ BUT MIGHT CONSIDER THEM »

23 Jan, 2019
BusinessNews

 

Barrick Lumwana mines in North-Western province have refuted allegations of possible sell but can however consider selling due to the new taxes

ZTP CAUTIONS MINES OVER LAYING OFF WORKERS

ZTP CAUTIONS MINES OVER LAYING OFF WORKERS »

17 Jan, 2019
BusinessNews

The Zambia Tax Platform (ZTP) has warned mining companies to stop using mine workers as ‘bargaining chips’ to negotiate terms with government.

ZTP

DON’T SUCCUMB TO PROFIT-BENT MINING COMPANIES-SILAVWE

DON’T SUCCUMB TO PROFIT-BENT MINING COMPANIES-SILAVWE »

19 Dec, 2018
News

Golden Progressive Party President Jackson Silavwe has called on Zambians not to succumb to profit-bent mining companies at the expense of miners.

Silavwe observed

Government call on mines to improve worker safety

Government call on mines to improve worker safety »

31 Jul, 2015
News

GOVERNMENT has urged mining firms in the country to put in place good safety systems that that will ensure the protection and safety of workers.

Kafue River restocked to boost fish population

Kafue River restocked to boost fish population »

8 Apr, 2013
News

Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) Plc and the Mwekera National Aquaculture Research and Development Centre (NARDC) have restocked the Kafue river with 20, 000 fingerlings to replenish depleted stocks. KCM Executive Director,  David Ng’andu says the company had between 2008 and this year restocked rivers on the Copperbelt with over 80, 000 fingerlings.

Billions set aside for ZRL network »

19 Oct, 2012
Business

Zambia Railways Limited (ZRL) Company Secretary, Nathaniel Inambao has said once recapitalized, the company will save government on huge expenses in road maintenance by removing all heavy cargo from the roads. Mr. Inambao said the company is going to do this by rehabilitating the railway infrastructure in order to increase train speeds and efficiency. Meanwhile, Mr. Inambao explained that operations were smooth as most of the workers that were in Lusaka are now operating from Kabwe, which is the head quarter.