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Zambia Breweries Stakes K400 million For AFCON Victory

Zambia will get K400 million from Zambian Breweries PLC if they win the Africa Cup. In a statement, ZB corporate affairs specialist Japhet Banda...

Zambia’s Sata mourn Mine Workers Union of Zambia President Oswell Munyenyembe

President Michael Sata has said that he is deeply saddened over the death of Mine Workers Union of Zambia (MUZ) president Oswell Munyenyembe....

Japan pledges financial support to Zambia’s oil exploration

JAPAN has pledged financial assistance to Zambia in the exploration of oil and gas. Mines and Natural Resources Minister Wylbur Simuusa disclosed this today...

South Africa Promises To Consult On Mining Taxes

Despite rumblings within South Africa’s ruling party, the African National Congress (ANC), Trevor Manuel, the National Planning Minister, confirmed at the African Mining...

SOUTH AFRICAN RAPPER PAYS TRIBUTE TO MANDELA

‘Celebrating 21 years of Nelson Mandela’s release from Prison’ Nelson Mandela is a world icon, leader, father and symbol of peace and freedom. As...

Family Bakery goes out of business after 145 years

A family-run bakery chain in Blantyre, Scotland is going out of business after 145 years, taking with it 46 jobs. James Hastie’s – which...

Prophet TB Joshua’s prophecy clarified

Dear Editor, “Thank you for keeping us in the loop about the happenings in our nation and the world at large. I’m a follower of...

UPND accuses SATA of Redrawing Zambia’s map, starts impeachment Campaign

OPPOSITION United Party for National Development (UPND) has accused President Michael Sata of attempting to redraw the map of the country in an...

South Africa not to nationalize mines: minister

A senior South African government official said on Tuesday that nationalizing mines was not a viable option for the ruling African National Congress...

Catholic Church ready to declare war on Obama

From the campaign trail last month, GOP contender Newt Gingrich said US President Barack Obama had declared a “war on the Catholic Church.”...

Malawi vendors chase out Chinese

Vendors in Kalonga, the Northern district of Malawi, on Wednesday petitioned the District Commissioner to flash out all Chinese nationals who are doing...

Malawi Tobacco Products Down

The Tobacco Association of Malawi (Tama) expects the country’s tobacco production and cheap Karelia cigarettes to go down by as much as 50...

BINGU GRILLS CIVIL SOCIETY AND IMF

There was more glamour and glitz on Friday, February 3, 2012, when president Bingu officially opened the 43rd session of parliament at the...

South Africa Wins Gold at Crime Olympics as murders exceed road...

South Africa is the only country where one is more likely to be murdered than to be killed in a road accident, an...

MCCCI challenges Malawi govt on forex generation

The Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCCI) has challenged Capital Hill to provide the private sector with a better business...

Suspension of ANC’s Youth Leader Upheld

A disciplinary committee of South Africa’s ruling African National Congress (ANC) has upheld the suspension of Julius Malema, the firebrand leader of the...
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Mota-Engil awarded $700 million contract to build the Moatize Malawi railway

Portuguese group Mota-Engil has been awarded the contract to build a stretch of railway 145 kilometres long in southern Malawi for Brazilian group...

Police, Street Vendors Clashes Continue

Running battles between police and vendors, teargas, barricaded roads and more were the order of the day in Lilongwe on the final day...