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Anil Agarwal’s 20% Anglo American Shares Sold

The self-made billionaire and one of India’s richest men, Anil Agarwal has sold his stake in Anglo America. As the biggest shareholder of the mining company, Agarwal is reported to

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FISP contract accorded to NCZ

A contract to supply 15,000 metric tonnes of basal dressing fertilizer has been awarded to the Nitrogen Chemicals of Zambia (NCZ) by the state. The Chief Executive Officer, William Mwale

NCZ targets 100,000metric tonnes of D compound fertilizer

NITROGEN Chemicals of Zambia (NCZ) is targeting to produce 100,000 metric tonnes of D Compound fertiliser this year. Compound fertilizers are made using basic fertilizer materials, such as NH3, ammonium

Agri goods to Saudi Arabia in the pipeline

The Fisheries and livestock Minister Kampamba Chewe made mention during an Interview in Lusaka that the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between Government and Saudi Arabia will soon be in

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Importation of rice deprive local industry growth-Farmers

The rice industry in Zambia has the potential to grow and create jobs yet is faced with limitations resulting from importation of Nakonde and Thai rice. This growing concern has

Keep poultry prices in reach of all South Africans – AMIE

South African government has been asked to arbitrate in the brewing tariff battle between local poultry producers and importers by the Association of Meat Importers and Exporters (AMIE) The Association

Mumbwa Farmers skillfully equipped

Over 10 thousand farmers in Mumbwa District of the Central Province of Zambia have undergone training in various farming domains. This farming programme which is headed by World Vision Zambia

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Consumption of Beef from diseased animals a danger-Gov

Dating back to January 2018, the country has been recording cases of livestock diseases among them is the Foot and Mouth disease which started in Chisamba District of Central Province

Farmers encouraged to venture in organic farming-SAFADA

Farmers countrywide have been urged to venture in organic farming as it requires minimal water consumption for the growth of crops.   This follows an interview with the Small Scale

Kalungwishi farming block MOU to be finalised

Government says it has finalised a Memorandum of Understanding -MoU- with a Chinese firm worth One point five billion dollars which will see the company invest in Kalungwishi farming block