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Mr. Moses Katumbi

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Employment History

  • Owner
  • Governor
    Katanga Province
  • Katanga Province Governor
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CHISHALA MUSONDA reports: TP ..., 12 Jan 2014 [cached]
CHISHALA MUSONDA reports: TP MAZEMBE president Moses Katumbi has wished defender Stopilla Sunzu and...
TP MAZEMBE owner Moses ..., 5 Jan 2014 [cached]
TP MAZEMBE owner Moses Katumbi has wished Nathan Sinkala and Stopilla Sunzu (right) well at French side Sochaux where they have re-united with former Zambia national team coach Herve Renard.
TP MAZEMBE owner Moses Katumbi has wished Nathan Sinkala and Stopilla Sunzu (right) well at French side Sochaux where they have re-united with former Zambia national team coach Herve Renard.
TP MAZEMBE president Moses Katumbi has wished defender Stopilla Sunzu and Nathan Sinkala success in the French Ligue.
Katumbi told the club's website of his wish for a bright future for the duo in the French League after the players visited the Katanga governor in Lubumbashi to bid farewell to the former African club champions. "When players show their willingness to go to Europe, a club contacts us as regulations require and we negotiate. We never hinder their departure. Here is further proof. "And providing advice to both Chipolopolo players, I'm wishing them a bright future in the French championship," Katumbi, who is the club owner, said.
Katanga Province Governor ..., 8 Feb 2014 [cached]
Katanga Province Governor Moses Katumbi showed leadership by following up on the latest murder of a Zimbabwean truck driver and condemned the brutal killing.
Moses Katumbi set to resume ..., 19 April 2008 [cached]
Moses Katumbi set to resume business in Zambia
By Times Reporter
DEMOCRATIC Republic of Congo (DRC) Katanga province governor, Moses Katumbi, plans to resume his business operations in Zambia following the resolution of pending court cases and investigations against him.And the Task Force on Corruption yesterday announced that it had handed back K5.5 billion worth of property to Mr Katumbi following the amicable settlement.Mr Katumbi said in Kitwe at a media briefing that he was grateful to the Zambian Government and people for facilitating the entire process.He said he was in the country to get back his property, which the State had confiscated on corruption suspicion."I want to thank the Zambian people.They are truly our brothers and sisters.I am here to get back my property so that I can start my business," he said.Mr Katumbi said people would now see him more often coming into the country because of the impending resumption of his business.Task Force chairman, Maxwell Nkole, said they were in Kitwe to meet Zambia National Commercial Bank (ZNCB) officials in order to finalise an agreement that was entered into between Mr Katumbi and Zambian authorities.
Mr Nkole said the agreement was made last June in order to resolve issues in the courts of law, as well as Task Force on Corruption investigations against Mr Katumbi.
Mr Nkole said this had now led to the surrender of properties that were seized back to Mr Katumbi which amounted to K5.5 billion.
"The ZNCB has put up certain conditions before the release of the emerald trunk, which Mr Katumbi's lawyers are handling and we have lifted restrictions on the two bank accounts," he said.
Earlier in Ndola, Mr Katumbi invited Zambians to invest in Katanga province and pledged to act as a bridge in improving the relationship between the two countries.Mr Katumbi thanked President Levy Mwanawasa for showing willingness to improve the existing relationship between Zambia and the DRC.He said the Katanga province administration had started working on an enabling environment, which would attract investors from Zambia who were now free to open their businesses in the DRC.
Mr Katumbi, yesterday morning arrived in Ndola on board his private jet, accompanied by his lawyer, William Nyirenda, and held a closed-door meeting with senior Government officials led by Mr Mbulakulima, Mr Nkole and Task Force lawyers led by Mr Sebastian Zulu at the provincial administration offices.
[Zambia Reports]TP Mazembe owner ..., 19 Nov 2013 [cached]
[Zambia Reports]TP Mazembe owner Moses Katumbi says he is happy three of his players have made the shortlist for the best local based African Football of the Year.
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