COPPERBELT Energy Corporation (CEC) managing director Owen Silavwe says once Milingo Lungu became Konkola Copper Mines provisional liquidator payments for electricity supply became a challenge. And Silavwe says CEC is likely to sign the Bulk Supply Agreement (BSA) with Zesco before the end of June. Speaking on ZNBC’s Sunday Interview programme, Silavwe maintained that KCM owed CEC over $170 million, and the matter had now gone to arbitration. “I should actually say [that] overall, we have had very good relationships with the mining sector in general. And I think up to this day we enjoy a very good relationship with the mining sector. The challenges that we had with KCM are obviously very unfortunate. And I have to say obviously…...

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