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170 more standards published by ZABS

The Zambia Bureau of Standards (ZABS) has published 170 additional standards between January and August 2017 to help support industries in terms of value addition, growth and sustainability. Some of the standards that have been published include the standards on maize grain specification, wheat flour

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Vulnerability not a requirement to access farming block land

Vulnerability is not a factor during assessment for the allocation of land to youths applying to access farming blocks under the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Child Development, clarified Copperbelt Youth Development Coordinating (YDC) Officer Mr Benford Chisanyi. In response to the article - Land allocation readily available

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GOtv follows suite in price slash decoder promotion

Today, GOtv has announced that there is a price slash decoder promotion from K360 to K199. Sound familiar? Just last week Top Star drastically reduced the price of their decoders from K199 to K99. What a stunning coincidence. This morning Gotv Zambia held a press

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The cost of rearing village chickens

Not many people have ventured into village/traditional/indigenous/free-range chicken rearing on a large scale and maybe after you read this article you may consider exploring free-range poultry farming. For village chickens you do not need a huge spacious structure for them to be kept in, what

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170 more standards published by ZABS

The Zambia Bureau of Standards (ZABS) has published 170 additional standards between January and August 2017 to help support industries in terms of value addition, growth and sustainability. Some of the standards that have been published include the standards on maize grain specification, wheat flour

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Vulnerability not a requirement to access farming block land

Vulnerability is not a factor during assessment for the allocation of land to youths applying to access farming blocks under the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Child Development, clarified Copperbelt Youth Development Coordinating (YDC) Officer Mr Benford Chisanyi. In response to the article - Land allocation readily available

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GOtv follows suite in price slash decoder promotion

Today, GOtv has announced that there is a price slash decoder promotion from K360 to K199. Sound familiar? Just last week Top Star drastically reduced the price of their decoders from K199 to K99. What a stunning coincidence. This morning Gotv Zambia held a press

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The agriculture and commercial show records 718 local exhibitors

Agricultural and Commercial Society of Zambia (ACSZ) has received confirmation of participation from 95 foreign and 718 local companies to exhibit at this years Agriculture and Commercial Show. With last year’s outcome of 106 foreign and 874 local exhibits, ACSZ President Mr. Ben Shoko at

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ZRA amnesty info session answers burning questions

After waiting for over three long hours for the ZRA amnesty session to begin, the Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) team finally arrived notifying audience that they had a mis-communication as they marked their calendar for the 20th of July 2017, which is tomorrow. With tempers

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Human Centric Design Approaches needed for DFS continued growth

Digital Finance Services (DFS) in Zambia need to adopt a Human Centric Design (HCD) approach towards development and innovation of their products. This is based on the fact that human centric design has the potential to revolutionize the way products and services are designed and

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Ubongo Game Lab scoops USD 1,000 in DCA Trust Competition

The winners were befittingly announced on Africa Freedom Day, May 25, and Ubongo Game Lab had scooped a prize. Nigeria’s AboCoders won the USD 5000 Grand Seed Fund Prize. Ethiopia’s Bahir Dar University STEM Center and Zambia’s Ubongo Game Lab, were selected as the winners

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TEDx Lusaka 2017 shone a light on environmental sustainability for Zambia

So about TEDx Lusaka 2017, it was quite interesting to hear some ground-breaking ideas being shared at the event. Although there are thousands if not billions of brilliant ideas out there, only a few are bold enough to articulate them to the public such as

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Copperbelt and Lusaka women entrepreneurs to Elevate by Vodafone Zambia

Elevate by Vodafone Zambia is an ambitious campaign aimed at equipping women with the insight of entrepreneurship skills and management expertise under an empowerment and capacity building programme. The ‘Elevate’ campaign is based on the company’s philosophy that sustainable support for women’s business development can best

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Zamtel finally hits 2 Million Subscribers

Zamtel today announced that they have acquired 2 million customers. According to a statement issued to us by Corporate Communication Manager, Kennedy Mambwe, the Telecom has continued to batter all growth barriers to sustain an impressive surge that saw the State owned communications Company break

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Samsung U Flex Headphones work with Bixby

Samsung U Flex headphones, another device with the Bixby button feature on it. Samsung’s premium headphones have a bendable design which is flexible up to 100 degrees, meaning they are foldable for easy storage. The Samsung U Flex has a sleek design; each ear bud

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Samsung reveals premium dual screened android flip phone

Samsung revealed a high end Android flip phone in China called the Leader 8, powered by; dragon 821 processor. The incredible thing about this device is that it has two 4.2 inch super AMOLED screens; one appearing in front and the other screen right on

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