Paul Shalala


The Zambia Chamber of Mines is optimistic that the resolution on the ownership of Konkola Copper Mines -KCM is expected to attract more foreign investments in the mining sector.

Chamber of Mines Chief Executive Officer SOKWANI CHILEMBO says some investors were hesitant to enter the mining sector in Zambia due to the legal proceedings on KCM ownership.

In an interview with ZNBC News in Lusaka this morning, Mr. CHILEMBO said the country should expect more investments now that the matter involving KCM is in the past.

He said the decision to hand KCM back to Vedanta Resources has created investor confidence which will result in more foreign investment.

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