ONLY 8% of State Owned Enterprises – SOEs declared dividends to government. This was contained in a report by Acting Auditor General Ron Mwambwa to President Lungu made publicly available to the Zambian Business Times – ZBT. The report...
FOURTEEN (14) STATUTORY AND PARASTATAL bodies have failed to avail the office of the Auditor General their audited financial statements for the financial years ended 31st December 2013 to 2016. This is contained in a report from Acting Auditor...
“I have a dream, that one day we will be free.” In the great words of Martin Luther King Jr, most people I have met dream big and not only do they dream, but have great visions and goals. Unfortunately...
I grew up in Kabwe, a beautiful place in central Zambia that was once one of the world’s leading mining towns. Now it is better known as one of the most polluted places on Earth because of lead poisoning. Before I...
"MINING is such an important sector of our economy, so vast such that it covers not only exploration and support businesses but extends to rehabilitation of the land where minerals are extracted from. It has a huge social impact...
By Tadiwa Mugumbate - Cape Town LACK of interaction between stakeholder has caused perception issues between the communities, government and the mines, Mines Minister Honorable Christopher Yaluma said on 06 February at the ongoing Mining indaba in Cape Town. During...
GOLD PROJECTS are no longer the favourite destination of private capital raised for investment in the mining sector as optimism about electric vehicle demand steer funds into battery metals. Private-equity deals in the mining industry bounced back in 2017 according...
ANGLO AMERICA welcomed the "stabilising political environment" after the outcome of the internal ANC presidential election, but it urged a speedy resolution to the impasse between the mining industry and the government on regulations and policy. Speaking for Anglo American,...
THE MINING INDABA is Africa’s most important gathering in the mining industry’s calendar. Experts, executives and policy makers have converge in Cape Town for 2018 version of the conference. Zambia’s Minister of Mines and Minerals Development, Hon. Christopher Yaluma, will be speaking...
ZAMBIA’s business pulse slowed 220 points to 50.7 from 52.9  according to the Purchasing Managers Index compiled by Markit Economics. This was attributed to cholera disease business disruption effects and a firmer rand impact on Zambia’s import position. This...
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