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The Zambia Daily Mail is a Limited Company whose equity is wholly subscribed by the Government of the Republic of Zambia. The Company is incorporated under the Companies Act, Cap 388 of the Laws of Zambia. The Company is wholly owned by the Government of the Republic of Zambia. It is one of the leading publishers of daily newspapers in Zambia. The history of Zambia Daily Mail Limited dates back to the 1950s when it used to be called African Mail the forerunner to the Central African Mail. The name later changed to Zambia Mail after independence in 1964. It was later bought by the Zambian Government from private owners. It became a daily Newspaper in 1970 and the name changed to Zambia Daily Mail. A number of changes have since taken place. Sunday Mail and Financial Mail were introduced to widen the scope of coverage. The Financial Mail has since been phased out. After introducing the two additional publications, Zambia Daily Mail computerized its operations in 1994 and immediately introduced an online publication. Currently Zambia Daily Mail has invested in the modern printing equipment to enhance its colour printing. To keep in tandem with the latest technology in the newspaper industry, the company continues to update its equipment.
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Zambia Daily MailTuesday, August 22nd, 2017 at 3:53pm
MOPANI Copper Mines (MCM) says it is losing about US$3 million everyday as a result of the restriction of power supply by the Copperbelt Energy Corporation (CEC) following a dispute over the increase in electricity tariffs.

CEC has in the last eight days been restricting power supply to MCM because of the latter’s refusal to pay the increased electricity tariffs.

Minister of Energy David Mabumba told journalists after a closed-door meeting with MCM and CEC officials in Kitwe yesterday that the mining firm has indicated that it is losing US$3 million everyday as a result of the CEC action. http://www.daily-mail.co.zm/mopani-cec-told-to-agree-tariffs/
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Zambia Daily MailTuesday, August 22nd, 2017 at 12:49pm
MULTICHOICE says GOtv is not threatened by competition from other market players as competition enhances industrial growth and service delivery.

Company acting managing director Recha Kabwe said the company, which has reduced the price of its decoders from K360 to K199, is not moved by the coming of other players in the market.

Ms Kabwe said at a press briefing the price reduction of decoders will give the company visibility on the market.

“As part of our commitment to assist with digital migration in Zambia and to allow consumers access to digital television at an affordable price, we have reduced the price of our decoders to K199 from K360,” she said. http://www.daily-mail.co.zm/multichoice-welcomes-competition/
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Zambia Daily MailTuesday, August 22nd, 2017 at 12:11pm
STATISTICS show that older men are major causes of the spread of HIV among girls and women aged between 15 and 24 who in turn spread the disease to their younger lovers.

Ministry of Health permanent secretary for administration Kennedy Malama said in an interview yesterday that sugar daddies take advantage of younger girls largely because they are economically vulnerable.

“So the younger girls contract the virus from older men and then you find that they are having an affair with a relatively younger person of their age. This is the vicious circle that is being created in the country,” he said. http://epaper.daily-mail.co.zm/
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Zambia Daily MailTuesday, August 22nd, 2017 at 11:14am
CHAMA district commissioner Leonard Ngoma says there is need for more investments in rice processing and packaging if rice farmers in Muchinga Province are to get maximum benefits of growing the crop.

Mr Ngoma said in an interview yesterday that rice farmers in Chama at the moment are not getting the full value of growing the crop because they are exploited by briefcase businessmen who get their crop at uncompetitive prices.

“As a district, we grow a lot of rice and we would like to see more investments in the processing and packaging of rice because at the moment, we only have one processing plant for rice. If we have more, this can help our farmers to get value for their rice,” he said. http://www.daily-mail.co.zm/rice-farmers-not-getting-full-value/
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Zambia Daily MailMonday, August 21st, 2017 at 8:52pm
GOVERNMENT has allocated K314.9 million towards paying for students in public universities.

Secretary to the Treasury Fredson Yamba says Government will spend an additional K1 billion to continue building schools, universities and colleges.

Mr Yamba said the K314.9 million is part of the K10 billion that Government has allocated to the education sector in the 2017 national budget.

He said Government remains committed to the development of the education sector to enable it continue making immense contribution to the country’s socio-economic development.
Mr Yamba said this in a Citizens’ Budget report released by Ministry of Finance head of public relations Chileshe Kandeta yesterday. http://www.daily-mail.co.zm/students-earn-k315m/
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