PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema has asked government officials to raise the bar in terms of work delivery, saying he and his team only have five years to show their capability, not 10 years. And President Hichilema has urged statutory bodies not to kill businesses by overcharging statutory fees so that they can buy cars, warning against luxury spending in government institutions. Meanwhile, President Hichilema says he has not bought any presidential vehicle since getting into office, saying he will ride on the tyres he found. And International Finance Corporation has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the government for the formal support of the Public Private Dialogue (PPD) forum, with IFC vice president for Africa Sérgio Pimenta committing increased IFC’s support…...

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