Tuesday, April 13, 2021

East headmen support President Lungu

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Over 500 headmen from Lusangazi district in Eastern Province have pledged their support towards President Edgar Lungu and the Patriotic Front (PF) Party during...

MUTALE MWANZA FIRED FROM HOT FM

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24th February 2021 Dear Ms. Mwanza, It is with profound regret that I must inform you that management has decided to terminate your employment with Hot...

Copper prices boom

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BUUMBA CHIMBULU writes @SunZambian COPPER prices have jumped to their highest in nearly a decade as top metals consumer China returned from a week-long Lunar New...

Chibombo MFEZ works progressing – Yaluma

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GOVERNMENT has expressed happiness with the pace at which the construction of the Chibombo Multi-Facility Economic Zone (CMEZ) in Central Province is progressing. Minister of...

2 murder accused sent to High Court for trial

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MULENGA MUSONDA writes @SunZambian TWO men in Choma have been committed to the High Court for trial in a case in which they are alleged to...

Milenge businessman nabbed for defilement

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 A 20-year-old businessman in Milenge district has been arrested for allegedly defiling a 14-year-old girl, contrary to section 138 of the penal code, Chapter 87 of...

No Covid-19 death in schools so far-Wina

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Vice President Inonge Wina on Friday told parliament that Zambia has not recorded any Covid-19 related deaths among pupils in schools which opened on February...

FQM projects 785,000 tonnes copper output

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BUUMBA CHIMBULU writes @SunZambian FIRST Quantum Minerals (FQM) has projected its 2021 copper production to grow above 785,000 tonnes, banking on the resilience of the workforce...

Buildcon face FIFA ban

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MICHAEL MIYOBA writes @SunZambian THE FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber (DRC) has threatened to ban Buildcon FC if the Ndola outfit fails to pay Congolese defender Diego...

Govt to crack whip on pricing cartels

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BUUMBA CHIMBULU writes @SunZambian GOVERNMENT will not condone the behaviour by some businesses engaging in price collusion and abusive of dominance for essential goods such as...