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By KENNEDY MUPESENI – AFTER mining ownership changed hands in the mid 90s, mining towns have not been the same since because most of them, if not all, have failed to cope with the economic...

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By Fergus Cochrane-Dyet OBE Our first arrival in Zambia as a family was tinged with sadness. It was December 2004. I was the new British Deputy High Commissioner. We began settling into the house assigned...

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There has been a lot of talk in the media recently about rubber and soya bean plantations as well as the Cashew Infrastructure Development Project (CIDP). These projects allude to some of the incentives that...

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Norman Vincent Pearle said, ‘Even if you may be down to the worst the best is potentially within you’! How can the best be potentially within you when you are down to the worst? The...

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By MUNAMBEZA MUWANEI – OVER the last few months, Zambia has witnessed a series of fires that have resulted in entrepreneurs losing out on their capital completely. Apart from the fires, the country also experienced...

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By JULIUS PHIRI – THE Government, with World Bank support, is implementing the Zambia Integrated Forest and Landscape Project (ZIFLP) in Eastern Province. The total financing of the project was US$32.8 million and covers a...

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Not long ago this column shared topics which focused on career, or professional and or academics. The articles were presented as a guide to the would-be professionals as they make choices. I remember in my...

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By JOWIT SALUSEKI – GENDER Based Violence (GBV) in Zambia has been pronounced among adult women, but recently, a new trend has emerged in which children – particularly girls – are increasingly becoming victims. Many...

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By Himweela Mooya – LUAPULA’S economic future was bleak after the closure of Mansa Batteries in 1994 and the privatization of Kawambwa Tea Company, which were the two major vibrant economic ventures in the region....

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March 5, 2018 - 0 Comments

By STEPHANIE KUNDA DID you know that in a population of nearly 16 million Zambians, only 3.9 per cent have access to health insurance? This translates into an estimated 15.4 million people in Zambia that...

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