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DRC: Risk of legal action against TESLA following its contract to purchase cobalt from Glencore in Congo.

Why did Tesla not consult with the US Treasury before signing the Precautionary Statement Agreement under US law regarding these payments to Gertler? " At the average price over the past year, it w

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Middlemen and agents have contributed to the high prices of fuel in the country, Zambia Micro and Small Scale Traders Cooperative Foundation (ZAMAST) has observed.

ZAMAST Muchinga Province Coordinator, Josephat Chitimbwa, said in an interview that Government should instead start trading directly with suppliers. He said trading direct with suppliers or Governm

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Zambia Consumer Association ZACA has condemned some bar and night club owners who operate in disregard of health regulations.

Recent operations conducted by the Lusaka City Council in selected townships of the city revealed wide-spread abrogation of Covid 19 health regulations and presidential orders regarding opening of bar

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LOAD SHEDDING will end in December this year as part of Zesco’s strategic plan on load management, company corporate affairs manager John Kunda has said.

Zambia Republic Party (ZRP) president, Wright Musoma warned that the prolonged load shedding might be a ploy to de-campaign the government. Mr Musoma said it was un-acceptable to be having long hours

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MILES SAMPA SAYS RESTAURANTS, BARS, BARBERSHOPS, SALOONS, POULTRY MARKET SUPPLIES AND VEGETABLE MARKET SUPPLIES SHOULD BE A PRESERVE OF INDIGENOUS ZAMBIANS
MILES SAMPA SAYS RESTAURANTS, BARS, BARBERSHOPS, SALOONS, POULTRY MARKET SUPPLIES AND VEGETABLE MARKET SUPPLIES SHOULD BE A PRESERVE OF INDIGENOUS ZAMBIANS

His worship the mayor of Lusaka Mr Miles Sampa has proposed that he will hold the full LLC meeting any time soon to propose that Restaurants, Bars, Barbershops, Saloons, Poultry market supplies and ve

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LUSAKA BANKER WALKS FREE FROM 12 FRAUD CHARGES INVOLVING OVER $50,000.

A BANKER of Lusaka's Makeni area this morning walked free after the Lusaka Magistrates' Court entered a nolle prosequi in a case he was facing 12 charges of fraudulent false accounting and theft by se

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