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2017 AMI DECLARATION DECLARATION OF THE 8TH ALTERNATIVE MINING INDABA

2017 AMI DECLARATION DECLARATION OF THE 8TH ALTERNATIVE MINING INDABA

By Malcolm Damon, AMI Secretariat 1 2017 AMI DECLARATION DECLARATION OF THE 8TH ALTERNATIVE MINING INDABA “MAKING NATURAL RESOURCES WORK FOR THE PEOPLE: DOMESTICATION OF THE AFRICA MINING VISION: FROM VISION TO REALITY’’ We, representatives of over 450 members of faith-based organisations, civil society organisations, community-based organisations, Pan-African networks and organisations, labour movements, women movements, human rights activists, media, students from African countries and our international partners met on February 6 – 8, 2017 in Cape Town to share experience, lessons and deliberate on the role and the impacts of extractives on communities, national economies, the environment and society at large....

Faith Real Estate N Property Consultants

Faith Real Estate N Property Consultants

PLOTS FOR SALE: 250 HECTARES=K50, 000 ‘PER ACRE ON TITLE NEAR ECONOMIC ZONE ALONG LEOPARDS HILL ROAD.SILVEREST:28MX35=K130, 000. ON TITLE. 70MX65M=K150, 000. 00, ON OFFER 50MX40M=K95 60MX55 ON OFFER, CHONGWE: 10 HECTARES ALONG MAIN ROAD K130, 000. 00. 5 HECTARES=K55, 000. 00. 3.5 HECTARES=K45, 000.00. 7 HECTARES=K60, 000. 00 ALONG MAIN ROAD 10 HECTARES=K60, 000 20 HECTARES=K80, 000.00 CALL: MR MBEWE -0977644111- PLOTS FOR SALE: 250 HECTARES=K50, 000 ‘PER ACRE ON TITLE NEAR ECONOMIC ZONE ALONG LEOPARDS HILL ROAD.SILVEREST:28MX35=K130, 000. ON TITLE. 70MX65M=K150, 000. 00, ON OFFER 50MX40M=K95 60MX55 ON OFFER, CHONGWE: 10 HECTARES ALONG MAIN ROAD K130, 000. 00....

Faith Real Estate N Property Consultants

Faith Real Estate N Property Consultants

    PLOTS FOR SALE: 250 HECTARES=K50, 000 ‘PER ACRE ON TITLE NEAR ECONOMIC ZONE ALONG LEOPARDS HILL ROAD.SILVEREST:28MX35=K130, 000. ON TITLE. 70MX65M=K150, 000. 00, ON OFFER 50MX40M=K95 60MX55 ON OFFER, CHONGWE: 10 HECTARES ALONG MAIN ROAD K130, 000. 00. 5 HECTARES=K55, 000. 00. 3.5 HECTARES=K45, 000.00. 7 HECTARES=K60, 000. 00 ALONG MAIN ROAD 10 HECTARES=K60, 000 20 HECTARES=K80, 000.00 CALL: MR MBEWE -0977644111

Antananarivo the place of a thousand warriors

Antananarivo the place of a thousand warriors

Travelogue by Emmanuel Mwamba Antananarivo- 15th February 2017 “You cannot point using your fingers, claw it or fold it to point at anything” advised the guide. Wooden structures represented life while stone buildings and bricks were for the dead. “When entering the palace you step with your right foot first.” He demonstrated. “And when coming out kindly exit walking backwards”. A young lad acting as our tour guide from the tourism office had nuggets of frequent advice when he led us on a tour of the Queen’s Palace in the topmost hill of Antananarivo. “And eggs were forbidden to eat...

If Britons Honored Dog; what about me-cries  Prince Bryce Mfune

If Britons Honored Dog; what about me-cries Prince Bryce Mfune

By Ashton Kelly Bunda, Fulman James Mukobeko and Derrick Sinjela FORMER Zambia State Security Intelligence Services (ZSSIS) Intelligence Officer Prince Bryce Mfune says an opportune exists for the Patriotic Front (PF) Government led by a ‘LISTENING’ Republican President Edgar Chagwa Lungu to compensate him for dying a little for ‘Mother Zambia.” A 67-year-old straight-talking Prince Mfune is not amused that a citizen is honoured for merely singing ‘bubble-gum’ music while his peers who put life on the ‘imperialist’ chopping board remain unsung heroes and heroines. Following his recruitment into the secret service, a tart Prince Mfune nostalgically reminisced sacrificing his...

STANBIC BANK SCANDAL SHOCKER

STANBIC BANK SCANDAL SHOCKER

By Derrick Sinjela Stanbic Bank is a financial institution with a rather bizarre profile across the African continent and some of these bizarre corporate shenanigans are filtering their way into Zambia at a very fast rate.  Last year, Stanbic was fined US$ 1.3million following a bribery scandal traced directly to Stanbic Bank. The vigilant Government of Tanzania passed a resolution to investigate the privately owned “scandal ridden” Stanbic Bank because the Government was concerned with Stanbic’s unprofessional behaviour and conduct and the impact bribery has in undermining national development. In September 2012, Stanbic Bank secured financing worth US$ 3 billion...

King Lewanika Book Review

King Lewanika Book Review

By Akashambatwa Mbikusita Lewanika Freedom Park Inaugural Memorial Lecture On KING LEWAM\NIKA THE FIRST OF BAROTSELAND 1842 – 1916: A Legacy of Indigenous African Nationalism Edited by Akashambatwa Mbikusita-Lewanika   This book expands into the neglected history of Pan African Cross-Border and African traditional leadership in the Southern African liberation struggle.  It pays homage to African indigenous leadership, such as illustrated by the seven African Kings appointed as Honorary Presidents of Congress, at its founding at Bloemfontein on January 8, 1912.  These were Dalindyebo of the Thembus; Montsioa of the Barolong; Lewanika of Barotseland; Letsie II of Lesotho Khama of...

WE NEED RESOURCES TO CONTINUE OFFERING BETTER EDUCATION-CATHOLIC BISHOPS

WE NEED RESOURCES TO CONTINUE OFFERING BETTER EDUCATION-CATHOLIC BISHOPS

By Mwenya Mukuka Communications Officer Zambia Conference of Catholic Bishops (ZCCB) Kabulonga Road THE quality and size of your seed will determine your harvest.”The Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) on the proposed construction of the shopping Mall near St. Mary’s High school in Lusaka has been held with the Catholic Bishops reiterating that the revenue from the project will help support the Catholic Church continue offering better education in Zambia. Speaking on behalf of Zambia Conference of Catholic Bishops (ZCCB) President Archbishop Telesphore Mpundu, ZCCB Secretary General Father. Cleophas Lungu said the church wants to move into integral evangelisation....

LCC prosecutes bar owners

LCC prosecutes bar owners

By Ms. Brenda Katongola,  Lusaka City Council  (LCC) Assistant Public Relations Manager THE Lusaka Fast Track Court has convicted and fined five bar owners for operating beyond the stipulated hours. The five were part of the 20 bars that were served with summons during an operation conducted by a combined team of State and Council Police officers over the weekend. The five who were convicted and fined K10, 000 each or six (6) months in default, appeared before Magistrate Anna Holland today (Monday, February 6, 2017). The five were part of the 20 that were issued with summons after being...

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