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World Bank nods Zambia’s doing business strides

Government has pledged to continue with reforms aimed at making it easier for the private sector to conduct business, despite Zambia being one of the ten economies showing the most notable improvement in doing business. Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry Permanent Secretary Kayula Siame said this during a joint press briefing with visiting World

Dr Chilufya calls for harnessing of nuclear science

Health Minister Chitalu Chilufya says significant strides have been made in reviewing the ionizing radiation protection Act in order to protect the public from harmful radiation effects. Dr Chilufya says this has been backed by the Russian Radiation Authority and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Speaking when he officiated at the mid-term project coordination

FAZ appoints Ethics Committee

The Football Association of Zambia has appointed a Compliance and Audit Committee that will help in monitoring financial activities and ensuring compliance with FAZ regulations in the football field. Speaking during a media briefing at Football House, FAZ President Andrew Kamanga says the appointment of the committee will help in working towards the eligibility processes

UPND MPs walk out of Parliament

Opposition UPND Members of Parliament today walked out of Parliament in protest against Speaker of National Assembly Dr. Patrick Matibini’s ruling on President Edgar Lungu’s alleged statement on the judiciary while in Solwezi. President Lungu is quoted in the media warning of chaos in the country if judges try to emulate the Kenyan courts and

Lubinda cautions Zambians

Justice Minister Given Lubinda has cautioned Zambians against misinterpretation of the Republican Constitution saying this has a negative impact on Zambia’s co-existence. Debating the budgetary allocation for the Ministry of Justice in parliament, Mr. Lubinda has advised people to leave the interpretation of the constitution to the Constitutional Court which has a mandate to do

CSOs demand sacking of parastatal heads

A consortium of Civil Society Organizations has called demanded the sacking of Chief Executive Officers of parastatal companies named in the latest Auditor General’s report as having incurred losses. Speaking on behalf of the Civil Society Organizations during a media briefing, Operation Young Vote (OYV) Executive Director Guess Nyirenda said they are concerned by the
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