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ECL EULOGIZES MWANAWASA

President Edgar Lungu has described Late Third Republican President Levy Mwanawasa as an advocate of Justice. President Lungu says the Late Mwanawasa was a leader who wanted to see a just society during his time in office. The Head of State was speaking during the 10th anniversary for the Late President Mwanawasa at the cathedral…

ZAMBIA AIRWAYS TO TAKE OFF IN 2019

The Industrial Development Corporation -IDC- has signed an agreement with Ethiopian Airlines which will enable Zambia Airways to start flights on January 1st, 2019. Lucy Shawa reports that IDC owns 55 percent of the shares and Ethiopian Airways has 45 percent. The initial startup capital for the project is 30-million dollars. Minister of Transport and…

ERDOGAN WANTS MOUs IMPLEMENTED

LUSAKA, ZAMBIA - JULY 28: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (L) shakes hands with Zambian President Edgar Lungu (R) as they pose fora photo ahead of their meeting at the Presidential Palace in Lusaka, Zambia on July 28, 2018. (Photo by Kayhan Ozer/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images) Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called for the expeditious…

TREE PLANTING NODDED

A Livingstone based environmentalist Benjamin Mibenge says the Tourist Capital Livingstone is becoming a shining example for the country in environmental protection through planting of trees. Mr. Mibenge says tree planting which has been ongoing for years now in Livingstone has started showing positive results, as it has attracted a number of new bird species…

UPND READY FOR DIALOGUE-HH

Opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema says his party is ready for dialogue. Mr. Hichilema says the opposition party is ready to dialogue to promote democracy and the rule of law in the country. He says dialogue is key to promoting peace and stability. Mr. Hichilama says his party has always called for continued dialogue among…

GET LEGITIMATE STATUS-GOVT

Minister of Home Affairs Stephen Kampyongo has urged Zambians living in South Africa to ensure they have legitimate status to avoid running in conflict with the law. Mr. Kampyongo says authorities can easily help address challenges faced by Zambians in South Africa when their stay is legal. He was speaking during a PF South African…

VEEP URGES STUDENTS IN DIASPORA

Vice President Inonge Wina has called on Zambian students in the diaspora to find a way of contributing to national development back home. Speaking when she addressed Zambian residents in Turkey, Mrs. Wina encouraged students studying in that country to ensure they take part in national development processes when they complete their studies. She said…