Zambia 2016 Budget – Chikwanda Reveals K53.14 Billion 2016 National Budget. Zambian government has proposed to spend K53.14 billion on 2016 National Budget, which will be financed through domestic revenue and grants from cooperating partners. The National Budget, which has increased from 2015’s K46.7 billion, represents 25.8 per cent of the country’s
Zambia’s Over-dependence On Copper Kills Other Sectors – Munalula. The only way we as “Zambia” know how to make money is through the sales of copper. When copper prices go down or the metal loses value, we sob like strategy-less sex workers whose brothels have been shut down. Our minds are stagnant and
Zambian Economy Is Doomed If GRZ Fails To Take Decisions On Mines – Chanda. Outspoken Eric Chanda says the PF government is lying and shouldn’t think Zambians cannot see through their lies and inconsistencies over mine job losses, adding that the economy is doomed if the government fails to take decisions
Glencore Mine Halt ‘To Hurt Zambia’. Good for copper prices, not so good for Zambia, which is already under pressure from depressed commodities prices. When Glencore, the mining giant and commodities trader, announced that it was halting production at two of its African copper mines for 18 months, the price of the
Fuel Prices In Zambia Continue Rising. The Energy Regulation Board (ERB) of Zambia has disclosed yet another rise in the price of petroleum products by K1.13 petrol, K1.00 diesel, K0.72 Kerosene and K0.99 for low surlphur. This was the official statement issued by the Energy Regulation Board of Zambia today. The new
Hakainde Hichilema And His Riches – Companies Owned By HH That You Didn’t Know. Hakainde Hichilema is one of the richest and wealthiest people in Zambia. Yes, we said wealthiest too. Hakainde Hichilema might come across as a poorly dressed cadre who throws unusual dance moves on the podium but behind
Top 5 Business Opportunities In Africa That Will Create More Millionaires. In African countries like Zambia, the Government has clearly stated that it is not its duty to provide jobs for its citizens. So the only options left for Zambia’s people is to come up with solutions to emancipate themselves. Gold mines?