World Bank: Zambia’s development partner

THE World Bank has collaborated with Zambia since 1955 and ranks as the country’s largest development partner in terms of volume of financing. Through the International Development Association (IDA), the World Bank’s fund for the third world countries, the global financial institution has supported projects from micro up to macro projects. Apart from direct budget

Lets fight illegal wildlife trade – Caritas

Caritas Zambia has urged Zambians to unite against illegal wildlife trade and curb any current damaging of the earth. Caritas Zambia Acting Director Eugene Kabilika has also said the scourge can only be curbed if the local communities begin to be part of a comprehensive Program meant to protect wildlife. “Curbing illegal wildlife trade should

Muhammad Ali mourned

Muslims have travelled from all over the world to Louisville, Kentucky, to attend a traditional Muslim prayer service for Muhammad Ali, the record-setting world heavyweight champion, who passed away last week. More than 14,000 people bought tickets for Thursday’s service in Kentucky Exposition Center, which will also be broadcast worldwide and streamed online, according to Ali’s

Contents of Bill of Rights cheers JCTR

The Jesuit Center for Theological Reflection (JCTR) says is happy that the contents of the published Bill of Rights are a reflection of what the people have been crying for. JCTR Director Father Leonard Chiti says his organization is happy that the Bill has included people’s social, economic and cultural rights. Father Chiti notes that