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AFAP, African Green Resources partnership set to aid fight Covid-19 in Zambia

African Fertilizer and Agribusiness Partnership (AFAP), a U.S. based nonprofit organization, and a famous Zambian fertilizer company, African Green Resources partnership are aiding the fight against COVID-19 in Zambia in

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Let us prioritise agriculture

THE debate on the impending sale of Mopani Copper Mines (MCM) by Glencoe yet again brings to the fore the need for heavy investment in the mining sector. Zambia, having

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Skills transfer between universities set to benefit Zambian youth

Zambian youth believe skills transfer through a partnership between universities will be of immense benefits to Zambian youths, resulting in the creation of jobs for the stakeholders. Zambian youths said

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AfDB Climate change project bears fruit in Zambia

For decades, Keith Hasimuna, 45, had been eking out a living farming in Mapobwe village in the Pemba district, in the Southern Province of Zambia. But since 2018 he has

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SADC countries told to effectively promote industrialisation and improve economic growth in the region

Natural resource-based sectors, including agriculture and mining, still account for, on average, 25% of gross domestic product (GDP) in the southern African region (SADC). This means that SADC member states’

Biosecurity: Protecting Our Flocks to Sustain the Supply Chain

Safeguarding animal health is of paramount importance to any country’s economy and food supply. Livestock with a clean health status is an important requirement for a country to participate in

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Mwinilunga fruit processing to get a $5million facelift

The Workers’ Compensation Fund Control Board (WCFCB) Head of Communications and Customer Service Maybin Nkholomba says WCFCB, National Pension Scheme Authority (NAPSA) and Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) have joined hands

Researchers work with Lozi community to identify strategies for agricultural development

The Lozi People who live in the region of the Barotse Floodplains in Zambia face an intense “hungry season” from November to January when accessibility to food is very limited. This means

Is Food Lover’s Market moving out of Zambia?

It seems Food Lover’s Market chain store is moving out of Zambia as it has started closing outlets in the country. So far two outlets including the one at Makeni shopping

Interpoma 2020 is changing format and going digital

Interpoma 2020, the international fair dedicated to the world of apples planned for the coming November in Bolzano will be presented in a new hybrid format, which will see events