MINES and Minerals Development Minister Paul Kabuswe says former president Edgar Lungu and his former mines minister Richard Musukwa created Kasenseli Gold Mine as their cash cow. And Kabuswe has urged mining firms in the country to invest in solar energy as a way of lessening energy demand on the national grid amidst load shedding. Speaking when he featured on ZNBC’s radio two, Monday, Kabuswe said the mining sector under the PF administration was uncoordinated, leading to the two individuals milking the mine. “We had an uncoordinated mining space and that is why we had confusion at places like Kansenseli Mine which now as I am talking to you, Zambia Gold is on the ground preparing for the official re-opening...

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