Category: Business

Matthews Jere praises Silvia Tembo-Masebo

Matthews Jere praises Silvia Tembo-Masebo

By Fulman James Mukobeko United Party for National Development (UPND) Livingstone Member of Parliament Mathews Jere has praised former Tourism Minister Sylvia Masebo for her excellent performance during her time as minister. Jere told parliament that Livingstone has no street vendors because Masebo removed them out of the main trading area. And in another development, Liuwa Member of Parliament Situmbeko Musokotwane has asked the Ministry of Tourism to re-exam the boundary of his constituency so that people who are inside the game management areas are removed. Dr. Musokotwane said   people living near the game management areas are in the dark...

Be strong Hakainde Hichilema counsels Zambians

Be strong Hakainde Hichilema counsels Zambians

By Gilbert Bwalya United Party for National Development (UPND) President Hakainde Hichilema has urged Zambians to remain strong and resilient amid the economic woes the country is going through. Hichilema believes that there is light at the end of the tunnel, saying Zambians should persevere but soon they will be out of the economic bondage. He said the cost of living has gone very high, making it impossible for Zambians to put a square meal on their tables.

HH questions Justice Munalula Lisimba Commission

HH questions Justice Munalula Lisimba Commission

By Derrick Sinjela UNITED Party for National Development (UPND) leader Hakainde Hichilema says the Commission of Inquiry on Voting Patterns and Electoral Violence headed by Justice Munalula Lisimba is an exercise in futility. Speaking a day after Justice Lishimba launched the commission’s programme of work, following its appointment by Republican President Edgar Lungu on 21st October, 2016; Mr. Hichilema doubted the impartiality of the Commission of Inquiry on Voting Patterns and Electoral Violence. According to Hichilema people who undermined the electoral process before, during and after the August 2016 Presidential Elections and a National Referendum are known. The programme recommends...

Engineer Webster Nonde seeks motorists mindset change

By Ashton Kelly Bunda Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) Board Chairperson Engineer Webster Nonde says the greatest challenge Zambia is facing is the negative attitude among motorists, reports Ashton Kelly Bunda. Engineer Nonde impressed it on the Zambian motorists that every driver should take it upon themselves to make a commitment to improve their driving behavior and attitude and country will be on right path to improving the road safety profile. Engineer Nonde emphasized that all those who have the privilege to drive should commit play a responsible role and appealed to the vehicle drivers is to m ake...

Restore subsidies on fuel, Libala Waterworks residents demand

Restore subsidies on fuel, Libala Waterworks residents demand

By Deborah Chileshe The decision by the Patriotic Front (PF) Government through Energy Regulation Board (ERB) to remove subsidies on fuel has affected the nation, business houses lament. Businesspersons in Lusaka’s Libala Waterworks area have expressed concern over business. Generally, business in waterworks Libala was good, but after the removal of subsidies on fuel, it is slow and a lot of competition has come about. Furthermore, traders’ have has increased mealie meal, oil and sugar prices due to the removal of agricultural subsidies. However, Mrs. Shula Mulenga businessperson in Libala Waterworks within Kabwata Constituency, under the parliamentary jurisdiction of Justice...

Road traffic accidents worry Brian Mushimba

Transport and Communications Minister Brian Mushimba says it is a well-known fact that Zambia today and has claimed the lives of family members and bread winners, reports Ashton Kelly Bunda. Mr. Mushimba said that Government is cognizant of the fact people are losing lives due to deteriorating road usher behavior and that recent road accident statistics reveal that over 87 percent of the road traffic accident in Zambia are attributed to human error related factors, he was speaking during the launch of the road safety week that took place at Government complex in Lusaka under the theme: “Pledge Road Saftey:...

Sindiso Ngwenya praises Achim Burkart

Sindiso Ngwenya praises Achim Burkart

By Jackline Mwitwa and Thelma Musonda Common Market for East and Southern Africa (COMESA) Secretary General Sindiso Ngwenya has congratulated Achim Burkart on his appointment as Germany’s Special Representative to COMESA. Speaking at COMESA Secretariat on Wednesday 16th December 2016 folowing presentation of a Letter of Credence by His Excellency Achim Burkat, Dr. Ngwenya commended the Republic of Germany for being a reliable development partner through its leader Federal Chancellor Dr Angela Merkel. “It is a privilege for COMESA to partner with Germany as the Federal Republic of Germany is the largest economy in the European Union (EU) and the fourth...

Hakainde Hichilema talks time

Hakainde Hichilema talks time

By Derrick Sinjela UNITED Party for National Development (UPND) is talking tough and seeking immediate dissolution of the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) currently led by Justice Essau Chulu and Elections Director, Priscilla Isaacs. Flanked by former Vice-President Dr. Guy Scott, Vice-President for Administration Geoffrey Bwalya, Secretary General (SG) Steven Katuka and Spokesperson Charles Kakoma, Hichilema restated a position seeking dissolution of the ECZ. Speaking at a Grand Hotel Media Briefing in Lusaka, Hichilema expressed reservations on the performance of the electoral body, currently embroiled in lost credibility. “Citizens are suffering on account of the ECZ imposing the Patriotic Front...

Crowding the private sector into Africa’s climate action

Crowding the private sector into Africa’s climate action

By Chinedu Moghalu, Head, Corporate Communications, Nigerian Export-Import Bank. It is in the enlightened self-interest of African private sector to begin to mobilise investment capital for Africa’s climate action LAGOS, Nigeria, December 12, 2016/ — The global community for climate action was spooked by the November 8 election of Donald Trump as the next President of the United States. The US President-elect had earned the sobriquet of “climate denier,” for his claim that climate change is a hoax. However, there is cautious optimism that his presidency will not overturn the global agenda on climate change. Hopefully, his views on climate...

“Dreams without goals are just dreams, ” prods Emmanuel Ramiro

“Dreams without goals are just dreams, ” prods Emmanuel Ramiro

Born in the 12th of October 1993, Emmanuel Ramiro is qualified marketing professional  under the Chartered Institute of Marketing. Developed his radio skills as early as he was in his last grade of secondary school with the dream of reaching out to Africa and empower people in making AFRICA a better place to leave. Join Ramiro on is other most passionate Job apart from marketing as DJ RAMSEY on Pan African Radio 105.1FM ….where “All People, are Proud and Free” with “Wake up Africa” early morning show and heart beat radio. “Dreams without goals are just dreams.” Emmanuel Ramiro brags.

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