VEDANTA Resources Holdings Limited has asked the Lusaka High Court to give directions regarding the extent of Konkola Copper Mines’ (KCM) provisional liquidator Milingo Lungu’s powers in light of the Court of Appeal’s decision to stay the winding-up proceedings involving KCM and refer the dispute to arbitration. Vedanta also wants the High Court to give directions on whether the Provisional Liquidator has the power to restructure or reorganise KCM by splitting its operations between two separate entities, and whether the transfer of the mining company’s property without the approval of...

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