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Commuters have called for a reduction in bus fares following a downward adjustment of fuel prices by the Energy Regulation Board ERB on Sunday 31st July, 2022. Flush Buses Proprietor, Ishmael Kankara, has supported calls by commuters to have fares reduced even though most bus operators, particularly drivers, have objected the call. In an interview […]

Bus and taxi operators in Mufulira on the Copperbelt have disregarded government’s directive against hiking fares before consultations are concluded with all stakeholders. On Saturday the RTSA warned bus and taxi drivers with intentions of hiking fares before approval that the law will not support such acts. But in parts of the Copperbelt bus fares […]

COPPER prices yesterday climbed to their highest in nearly eight years, reaching US8,275 a tonne on the London Metal Exchange.“London copper prices climbed to their highest in nearly eight years on Wednesday (yesterday), as supply worries and optimism over further U.S. stimulus boosted investor sentiment,” Reuters reported.“The three-month copper contract on the London Metal Exchange […]

The Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) has bemoaned the drastic change in the cost of living for the months of October and November. JCTR Social Economic Development Programme Manager Chama Mundia says the cost of living for a family for the month of November 2020 stood at K7, 126.62. This is a K66.31 increase […]

Anglo American Chief Executive Mark Cutifani says it was not responsible for lead poisoning at Kabwe lead mine nearly 50 years ago. The mine says it plans to defend itself after a class action was filed against. The class action suit was filed last week by South African law firm Mbuyisa Moleele and UK-based Leigh […]