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BRAZIL NODS ZAMBIA’S DEMOCRACY

The Brazilian Government is impressed with the strides Zambia has continued to make in upholding democracy and the rule of law. Brazilian Ambassador to Zambia Colbert Pinto says his government has a lot to learn from Zambia especially in the electoral process where transition of power is concerned. Ambassador Pinto said Zambia has had smooth…

CHIEF MADZIMAWE WANTS MORE

Senior Chief Madzimawe of the Ngoni speaking people in Eastern Province has called on Government to come up with programs to empower farmers in value addition. The Traditional Leader says training farmers to add value to their agricultural products will help reduce the amount of agricultural products that go to waste annually. He says agricultural…

COSAFA REPLACES KALU

The Council of Southern Africa Football Associations -COSAFA has removed former FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya from the Confederation of African Football Association’s (CAF) Executive Committee. This follows the meeting held in South Africa on Friday. Bwalya who was recently banned by FIFA for two years after he was found guilty of violating articles 16 and…

OVER 300 UPND MEMBERS JOIN PF

Over three hundred members of the United Party for National Development -UPND- in Ngweze Ward in Kazungula district have joined the Patriotic Front – PF. Leonard Malindi, who led a group in Nalombe area, says despite having been overwhelmingly voting for the UPND in the past elections, the party has failed to honour its promises,…

ECL BACK FROM CHINA

President Edgar Lungu arrived from Beijing China. The plane carrying the Head of State touched down at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport at 05:07 hours. ZANIS reports that President Lungu was in Beijing to attend the forum on China and Africa Cooperation-FOCAC which ended yesterday. While in China, President Lungu held bilateral meetings with the Chinese…

ARMY TO BOOST AGRICULTURE-CHAMA

Minister of Defence DAVIES CHAMA has urged the three defence wings in the country to help boost agriculture production. Mr CHAMA says there is need to diversify agriculture by producing different crops for national consumption. The defence Minister was speaking the during the pass out parade of Four Hundred and Twenty Zambia National Service recruits…

SCRIBES TOLD TO BE PROFESSIONAL

Minister of Information and Broadcasting Services, Dora Siliya has called on journalists to practice professionalism when carrying out their duties. Speaking when she visited Solwezi radio station today, Ms. Siliya said the emerging of citizen journalism has led to an increase in misinformation being conveyed to the public. She said some journalists are in a…