Monthly Archives: October 2017

Auditor General’s Office to increase coverage in 2018

Veep wina in parley

Vice President Inonge Wina says the Office of the Auditor General will in 2018 increase its audit coverage and maximize the monitoring of the usage of public resources. Speaking when she presented the Office of the Auditor General policy statement for the 2018 budget presentation in Parliament, Ms Wina says government will ensure that all public resources are applied FOR ...

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Ranieri not surprised by wobbly Chelsea

during the UEFA Champions League Group G match between Leicester City FC and FC Porto at The King Power Stadium on September 27, 2016 in Leicester, England.

Premier League champions Chelsea’s struggle to retain the title is hardly surprising as the club returned to the Champions League and their league rivals strengthened their squads, former Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri has said. Ranieri won the league with Leicester in 2016 but was sacked nine months after lifting the trophy as the club failed to replicate their impressive ...

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Guardiola ripping up the record books

Pep-Guardiola-Getting

Pep Guardiola takes his swaggering Manchester City side to the home of Italian league leaders Napoli on Wednesday knowing a win will guarantee qualification for the Champions League knockout stages with two games to spare. City, unbeaten this season, notched an eighth straight Premier League win on Saturday that keeps them five points clear of nearest challengers Manchester United. Guardiola’s ...

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Catalan independence: Sacked leader Puigdemont ‘not seeking asylum’

Carles Puigdemont presided over a cabinet meeting on Tuesday

Catalonia’s sacked President Carles Puigdemont says he has not travelled to Belgium to seek asylum. He has appeared in public in Brussels with several colleagues after declaring independence from Spain last week. Spain’s central government has taken direct control of Catalonia and sacked officials, following the region’s banned independence referendum. Mr Puigdemont said he was not trying to escape justice ...

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Italian and South African investor’s heads for Zambia

MUTATI PARLEY

Italian and South African investors are headed for Zambia following an investor cooperation programmed conducted by Finance Minister Felix Mutati who was a key note speaker at the Italy-South Africa Business Summit held last week in Johannesburg, South Africa. Representatives of over ten firms from Italy will in November, 2017, be visiting Zambia to explore investments opportunities in Energy, Agro-Processing, ...

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Mutati woos Italian,South African investors

Mutati explains

Italian and South African investors are headed for Zambia following an investor cooperation programme conducted by Finance Minister Felix Mutati who was a key note speaker at the Italy-South Africa Business Summit held last week in Johannesburg, South Africa. Representatives of over ten firms from Italy will in November, 2017, be visiting Zambia to explore investments opportunities in energy,agro-processing,and other ...

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ZRCS anticipates number of DRC asylum seekers to swell

DRC Refugees

The Zambia Red Cross Society says the Kenani refugee transit camp in Nchelenge district in Luapula province which is hosting Congolese asylum seekers will not be adequate to accommodate the growing number of asylum seekers which is expected to reach more than 10,000. ZRCS Secretary General Abraham Geevarghese has since appealed to the international community to assist in mobilizing resources ...

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Zamtel pays K93 million in tax arrears

Zamtel MD Mupeta

ZAMTEL has paid a total of K93 million towards the dismantling of both historical and current liabilities. Zamtel Chief Executive Officer, Sydney Mupeta disclosed this when the company made a payment of 12 million to ZRA towards the company’s tax debt. Mr. Mupeta says the company owes ZRA K61 million in historical debt and K32 million in current tax liabilities. ...

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