Mines and Minerals Development Minister Richard Musukwa says government is willing to listen to any progressive talks that will structure a “user-friendly” exit of the Konkola Copper Mines parent company, Vedanta Resources. According to a statement released, Thursday, by First Secretary Press and Tourism at the Zambian Mission in India, Bangwe Naviley, Musukwa was speaking on the sidelines of President Edgar Lungu’s State visit to that country. “Government has reiterated that the debacle about KCM is a subject of the court process. Mines and Minerals Development Minister Richard Musukwa says as a government of laws it is inclined to allow the due process of the law to take its course. He, however, says government is willing to listen to any…...

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