THE Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) says contrary to public perceptions that the mining sector is not contributing to the country’s revenue, the sector was the largest contributor between January and August 2022 at 41.8 percent. And Bank of Zambia governor Dr Denny Kalyalya says the central bank is willing to ramp up its gold reserves, but what is lacking is the supply chain of the commodity. Meanwhile, Secretary to the Treasury Felix Nkulukusa says the 2023 budget has reset the economy. Finance and National Planning Minister Dr Situmbeko Musokotwane has insisted that Zambia will sign the MoU with its official creditors within the first quarter of 2023. Speaking during the 2023 budget symposium, Monday, ZRA Commissioner General Dingani Banda revealed…...

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