|watch dog is doing a recommendable job in Zambia allow me to take this opportunity to congratulate the watch dog team for the good work so far.|
[Gregory Gondwe] The directive from Zambia's Home Affairs Minister Lameck Mangani to the registrar of societies to investigate the legality of the Press Association of Zambia (PAZA) executive committee has earned him the wrath of the Federation of African Journalists (FAJ).
[Issa Sikiti da Silva] Zambians say their country is the Real Africa. The landlocked country might not be as superficially ‘flashy' as others, but the investment opportunities abound and can hit one in the face like a ton of bricks. Delegates attending the Intra-Africa Business Breakfast hosted by Upbeat Marketing at Joburg's Michelangelo Hotel yesterday, Thursday 28 May 2009, got a glimpse of Zambia's potential if they choose to head north.
[Gregory Gondwe] The newly launched Zambian online newspaper, The Watchdog is expected to change the media terrain in the country, according to the paper's editor Lloyd Himaambo.
[Gregory Gondwe] Although Zambia is experiencing more investments in its mining sector, government is planning to establish multi-facility economic zones (MFEZ) across the country and improve its petroleum sector.
[Gregory Gondwe] Zambia's Finance and National Planning Minister, Ng'andu Magande has down-played fears that the death of the country's President Levy Mwanawasa could derail the country's economic prosperity.
[Gregory Gondwe] A 60-member strong team, drawn from various sectors of economy in Zambia, were last Friday, gathered at Solwezi Provincial city to see how best they can explore trade and investment opportunities in the country.
[Gregory Gondwe] British Petroleum (BP) Zambia Limited, which was barred from collecting fuel from its Ndola terminal due to a K26bn debt, has started operations after offsetting the debt.
[Gregory Gondwe] Zambia, which is endowed with substantial mineral resources, is to open Africa's largest copper mine in December this year.
[Gregory Gondwe] Zambia's new mining fiscal regime, which came into effect on April 1 this year, is said to have bolstered the country's revenue.
[Gregory Gondwe] The Zambia Telecommunications Company Limited (ZAMTEL) has announced that it has started its plans of rolling out a metropolitan optical fibre network which will provide new broadband services to Capital Lusaka's corporate customers.
[Gregory Gondwe] Zambia's Energy Regulation Board (ERB) announced in a statement released in Lusaka lats week that it has increased prices of all petroleum products.
[Timothy Kasonde] Celtel Zambia introduces interactive mobile services to help Zambian farmers have access to data.