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‘LOCAL TANKERS CAPABLE OF MOVING 50PC FUEL’

‘LOCAL TANKERS CAPABLE OF MOVING 50PC FUEL’

By PETER SICHALI LOCAL petroleum transporters have capacity to move more than 50 percent of imported fuel, Petroleum Transporters Association…
IMF DEAL STILL POSSIBLE

IMF DEAL STILL POSSIBLE

By BUUMBA CHIMBULU ZAMBIA still has a chance to access the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as its measures to ensure…
ZRA scores a first in accounting standards

ZRA scores a first in accounting standards

By ANDREW MUKOMA THE Zambia Institute of Chartered Accountants (ZICA) has commended the Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) for being the…
Ugandans react to Akon’s plan to build futuristic city

Ugandans react to Akon’s plan to build futuristic city

Ugandans have reacted to the announcement that government has allocated land for Senegalese-American singer Akon to build a city that…
ZRA PAYS K3BN VAT REFUNDS

ZRA PAYS K3BN VAT REFUNDS

By BUUMBA CHIMBULU ABOUT K3 billion has been paid out by the Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) under Value Added Tax…
LUANSHYA FARMERS URGED TO PROP UP

LUANSHYA FARMERS URGED TO PROP UP

By SANFROSSA MANYINDA SMALL-SCALE farmers in Luanshya should double their productivity through new farming methods and maximising the support which…
INDIAN INVESTOR TO PUMP US$8.9M INTO TEXILA UNIVERSITY

INDIAN INVESTOR TO PUMP US$8.9M INTO TEXILA UNIVERSITY

By NATION REPORTER AN Indian firm, Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, is set to invest about US$8.5 million in the…
FUEL SHORTAGE: IT’S SABOTAGE

FUEL SHORTAGE: IT’S SABOTAGE

By PETER SICHALI and SILUMESI MALUMO DESPITE fuel depots and tankers being full to the brim, filling stations in Lusaka…
MEALIE MEAL EXPORTS WON’T AFFECT FOOD SECURITY, SAY MILLERS

MEALIE MEAL EXPORTS WON’T AFFECT FOOD SECURITY, SAY MILLERS

By PETER SICHALI MILLERS have dispelled reports that Government’s decision to lift the ban on export of mealie meal is…
World Bank projects Africa’s growth at 3.4pc

World Bank projects Africa’s growth at 3.4pc

GROWTH in the Sub-Saharan region is forecast to rise between 2.3 and 3.4 percent in 2021, supported by strong agricultural…
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