Category: Business

IT NEVER RAINS BUT IT POURS [The Unfortunate Case of Hakainde HICHILEMA’s Reign]

  IT NEVER RAINS BUT IT POURS [The Unfortunate Case of Hakainde HICHILEMA’s Reign] _______________ DANGER ahead! The lives of over 1, 150, 000 citizens are now in clear and present danger. This is unprecedented. This is new. This is as bad as it gets. Death for these citizens now looms. The UPND has now made their future uncertain. ARVs have run out. Yes, ARVs. The already beleaguered leadership of Hakainde HICHILEMA, premised on lies, is now falling apart. The fate is in the foundation. You see, Hakainde HICHILEMA, using public resources, goes to launch a book for his friend...

𝗙𝗿𝗮𝗻𝗰̧𝗼𝗶𝘀 𝗟𝘂𝗮𝗺𝗯𝗼 𝗟𝘂𝗮𝗻𝘇𝗼 𝗠𝗮𝗸𝗶𝗮𝗱𝗶 (𝟭𝟵𝟯𝟴-𝟭𝟵𝟴𝟵)

    𝗙𝗿𝗮𝗻𝗰̧𝗼𝗶𝘀 𝗟𝘂𝗮𝗺𝗯𝗼 𝗟𝘂𝗮𝗻𝘇𝗼 𝗠𝗮𝗸𝗶𝗮𝗱𝗶 (𝟭𝟵𝟯𝟴-𝟭𝟵𝟴𝟵) Franco was born in the village of Sona Bata in Bas-Zaire, and was raised in Léopoldville – now known as Kinshasa. Franco cut his music chops as a young child playing Kebo party music on a homemade guitar at his mother’s stall at Wenze Ya Bayaka market – named after the Bayaka people – in Ngiri-Ngiri, in order to attract customers. He was seven years old when he had made his own guitar, and by age twelve he made his professional debut in a band called Watam (The Delinquents), whose bandleader was guitarist...

LSMFEZ a city within the city

By Lillian Banda THE unavailability of healthcare and educational facilities, recreational spaces as well stores where one can get daily food supplies and other needs are deal breakers when it comes to buying land for residential use. This is because the aforementioned necessities help greatly in improving the general wellbeing of individuals and also increases people’s productive capacities in many ways. It is for this reason that a growing number of individuals are investing in residential plots being offered at the Lusaka South Multi Facility Economic Zone (LSMFEZ). One of the advantages, of purchasing a residential plot within the LSMFEZ...

Zambian Children Young People Women in Development (ZCYPWD) Saturday, 10th September, 2022 on the topic: ” : “Lusaka July 2022: Is the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer (LGBTQ) family in Zambia growing like a wild fire🔥?

Zambian Children Young People Women in Development (ZCYPWD) Saturday, 10th September, 2022 on the topic: ” : “Lusaka July 2022: Is the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer (LGBTQ) family in Zambia growing like a wild fire🔥? ……………. Today is Saturday, 10th September, 2022, and Good Morning to our listener, tuned to the Zambian Children Young People and Women in Development (ZCYPWD), brought to you by Kwilanzi Newspaper Zambia (KNZ) and Kwacha Magazine Zambia (KMZ) on Pan African Radio 96.1 FM presented and anchored by Kamuti Sitali , Isaac Ntalasha, Beatrice Mumba, Mulemwa Like and Ambassador Maxwell Simbuwa is now in...

Rosatom Hosts Second International Fishing Tournament

The competition was held on September 7-8 in the PRO ANGLERS LEAGUE format – a European tournament for spinning for fish from boats – and brought together athletes from 10 countries (including Russia) at the Gulf of Finland. The event was held close to the Leningrad NPP, Russia’s largest operating nuclear power plant in terms of installed capacity and one of the first in the world to receive cutting-edge Generation III+ VVER-1200 reactors offered by Rosatom globally. The geography of the tournament has expanded greatly. In total, 26 amateur athletes took part in the competition. They are representatives of Russia...

Prods Kelvin Chisanga: “Total fuel subsidies removal, foreseen with destabilized economic growth patterns!”

  By Kelvin Chisanga It is well known that fuel subsidies benefit many at all levels be it from the industrial side or the household level. Still, it has been totally identified as a serious disorder to the domestic economy, especially where budgetary target limits are critically concerned, and this attest to what we basically saw in the 2021 fiscal expenditure, where the column costs for public procurement of works, services and goods were seen to have gone up by a slightly marginal line of about 25%, and fuel was identified as one of the biggest driving factors on the...

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA SPEECH for the OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE SECOND SESSION OF THE THIRTEENTH NATIONAL ASSEMBLY by MR. HAKAINDE HICHILEMA PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA FRIDAY, 9TH SEPTEMBER, 2022 theme: ““WORKING TOGETHER TOWARDS SOCIO-ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION: STIMULATING ECONOMIC GROWTH FOR IMPROVED LIVELIHOODS”.

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA SPEECH for the OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE SECOND SESSION OF THE THIRTEENTH NATIONAL ASSEMBLY by MR. HAKAINDE HICHILEMA PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA FRIDAY, 9TH SEPTEMBER, 2022 INTRODUCTION MADAM SPEAKER, WE ARE DELIGHTED TO ADDRESS THIS HONORABLE HOUSE ON THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE SECOND SESSION OF THE THIRTEENTH NATIONAL ASSEMBLY. OUR ADDRESS THIS MORNING COMES OFF THE BACKDROP OF OUR FIRST ANNIVERSARY AS THE NEW DAWN ADMINISTRATION, AND WE ACKNOWLEDGE THE SUPPORT GIVEN TO OUR LEADERSHIP BY THE ZAMBIAN PEOPLE DURING OUR SUCCESSFUL FIRST YEAR IN OFFICE. MADAM SPEAKER, BEFORE WE PROCEED WITH OUR ADDRESS, WE...

A DIRGE for OURSELVES ____________ QUEEN ELIZABETH has died. But British overbearingness, sense of entitlement and advantage has NOT!

A DIRGE for OURSELVES ____________ QUEEN ELIZABETH has died. But British overbearingness, sense of entitlement and advantage has NOT. Rishi SUNAK thought that Britain had changed. Now he knows. Elizabeth was a mother, a grandmother. For that, we salute her. Her empire brutally killed Africans. Unfeelingly, left them without their mothers, a continent desecrated. That people are shocked at her passing is itself shocking. Our tears only flow at the atrocities her monarchy perpetuated. Atrocities that Megan MARKLE continues to grapple with. Prince Harry now viewed mentally deranged by British exceptionalism, lost his Britishness for his mere efforts at being...

CTPD APPLAUDS ZAMBIA’S EXTENDED CREDIT FACILITY APPROVAL OF US$1.3 BILLION

Tuesday, 6th September, 2022 By Issued by: Isaac Mwaipopo (Mr) Executive Director Centre for Trade Policy & Development THE Centre for Trade Policy and Development welcomes the approval of an Extended Credit Facility by the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund. With the help of this significant achievement, Zambia will be able to restructure its unsustainable debt, regain macroeconomic stability, and ensure the debt’s sustainability—all while freeing up cashflows to be distributed to the social and productive sectors. Additionally, an IMF program will boost the economy’s overall confidence, which will increase budget support, investor confidence, and Zambia’s credit rating. An...

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