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PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema has called on Saudi Arabia and other global partners to look at Zambia as a key investment destination considering the enabling business environment. Speaking at the First Saudi-African summit in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, President highlighted Zambia’s rich endowment with both natural and human resources that need global […]

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

ON November 9, the U.S. government through Peace Corps Zambia swore into service 20 new Volunteers from the United States following 11 weeks of training in technical skills, language, and cross-cultural understanding. The Volunteers will work with community members in rural areas of Zambia for two years on locally-prioritized education

A 32-YEAR-OLD teacher of Lundazi, Eastern province Levy Bili has tragically ended his own life, succumbing to the weight of alleged debts he owed to numerous creditors. The cause of his financial distress is allegedly linked to his involvement in betting activities. And Eastern Province Police Commanding Officer, Limpo Liywali

THE Embassy of Sweden in Zambia is introducing a pioneering initiative targeting Zambia’s mining sector. The initiative commences with a Swedish-Zambian forum on sustainable mining, set to convene experts, companies, and government representatives from both nations next week. Held in Kitwe on November 9, 2023, the forum is a collaborative

IN READINESS for the upcoming COP28 UN Climate Change Conference in Dubai, UAE, the European Commissioner for Climate Action Wopke Hoekstra has engaged leaders to discuss critical climate challenges and collaborative objectives. During the recent visit, Commissioner Hoekstra met with President Hakainde Hichilema and Minister of Green Economy and Environment

PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema says Government is determined to turn the face of the country around through hard work. The Head of State says that as the focus is hard work, Government is also determined to ensure that women and youth in vulnerable areas are priority as Government works towards the

  By Mussie Delelegn Arega1  Fostering diversity dividends  FULL ARTICLE: https://www.lusakatimes.com/2023/11/10/what-makes-marginalization-a-critical-issue-part-3/

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

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