PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema says his government doesn’t want load shedding to become an annual event in the country. And President Hichilema says his government is working towards fulfilling its pledge of investing over $4 billion in the energy sector, announcing that he will soon be travelling to Abu Dhabi to mobilise funds towards that pledge. Meanwhile, Maamba Collieries says it has agreed on a 25 percent reduction in tariffs with Zesco. Speaking after holding a meeting with Maamba Collieries yesterday, President Hichilema said government was committed to finding a lasting solution to the load shedding problem. “We are committed as government, working with businesses, working with the communities, as a nation and as an economy, we are determined to make…...

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