Three foreign Heads of State will be in Zambia for the Africa Development summit to be held in Lusaka starting today. Kenya’s Uhuru Kenyatta, Rwanda’s Paul Kagame and Chad’s Idriss Derby will join other leaders that will have some vice … Continued
TWENTY-four of South Africa’s leading farmers will arrive in Zambia on Tuesday to open discussions with Government on how they can move their investment into the country’s agricultural sector. The investment trip has been organised by the Zambia High Commission in South Africa and Agricultural All Africa (AaA). The farmers, who literally control South Africa’s
Why does there always have to be debate about straightforward issues in Zambia? Everybody had long made noise about the referendum but when the state budged to those cries about giving the referendum to the people there emerged another band … Continued
On Saturday whilst preparing to fly to Kitwe from SMKIA [Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport] in Ndola to attend the UPND Campaign launch at Freedom park, GBM, who is one amongst two Vice Presidents in UPND was intercepted by police … Continued
The opposition Rainbow Party over the weekend launched it’s campaigns for the August 11 general elections. While other political parties were launching from big cities, Rainbow decided to launch from a rural area with peasant farmers as a symbol of the party’s ideas of socialism ( party for the peasants and poor of this country).
HUNDREDS of participants have converged on Lusaka for the 51st Annual Meetings of the Board of Governors of the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the 42nd Meetings of the African Development Fund (ADB) Board of Governors, which takes place in the Zambian Capital from May 23 to 27, 2016. President Edgar Lungu of Zambia will
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