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The introduction of the Access to Information (ATI) Bill in the National Assembly has been hailed as a pivotal step towards bolstering transparency within the nation, reflecting President Hakainde Hichilema’s commitment to accountability and openness. Information and Media Minister, Cornelius Mweetwa, underscored the significance of President Hichilema’s dedication to enacting […]

By Michael Chishala Why is it that in Zambia we seem to have a great affinity for doing strange things? As already noted by other commentators, the government of Zambia holds two contradictory positions by recognising Mr Miles Sampa as PF president whilst simultaneously withdrawing Mr Edgar Lungu’s benefits because

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Despite former President Donald Trump, who has a significant lead in national and early state polls, skipping the third Republican primary debate, the prospect of him securing victory over incumbent President Joe Biden is capturing the attention of investors worldwide. Five candidates took the stage: former New Jersey Gov. Chris

The Zambia Chamber of Mines has responded to recent protests by truck drivers in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) over alleged risk allowances for the transportation of mineral loads. The chamber has issued a statement in response to viral social media misinformation, clarifying that no risk allowances are being

Copperbelt based economist Manase Siwila believes declining production in the mining sector is contributing to the weakening of the local currency Kwacha. The Kwacha on Thursday morning breached the K23 barrier when trading between K23.00 and K22.57 against one dollar. FULL ARTICLE:

President Hakainde Hichilema has safely arrived in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, ahead of the first Saudi-African Summit scheduled for Friday. In a statement President Hichilema expressed gratitude for the invitation from His Majesty King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and outlined the purpose of Zambia’s representation at the summit. In his

Tinted Cosmetics, the proudly Zambian makeup brand known for innovation and commitment to enhancing beauty, is proud to announce that it was the main makeup sponsor at the prestigious MTC Windhoek Fashion Week, which took place from November 1st to 4th, 2023, marking a significant milestone in the brand’s history.

Zambian rapper and songwriter Tim Chisenga, professionally known as ‘Tim’ has finally dropped his highly anticipated debut album, “Sonder.” With 21 tracks featuring a diverse lineup of artists spanning both seasoned and emerging talents in the Zambian music scene, Tim has curated a sonic masterpiece that transcends generational boundaries. The

Kabwe Warriors stayed on top of the FAZ Super Division despite losing 2-0 to Kansanshi Dynamos in the midweek fixture at Nchanga Stadium in Chingola. Goals by Jimmy Mukeya and Justin Kang’ombe condemned Warriors to their first loss in more than seven games. FULL ARTICLE:

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