CAROLINE KALOMBE, Lusaka ZAMBIA has ratified the World Trade Organisation agreement on trade facilitation, which will assist Government put in place reforms that will reduce the cost of doing business. The implementation of the agreement is aimed at putting in place interventions in Zambia’s regulatory trade environment by providing support infrastructure and capacity building for
EMELDA MUSONDA IT DOES not take rocket scientist to prove that media narratives on women and children in Africa have for a long time now been branded by negativity. Regardless of media platform, women and children are usually portrayed as victims of crime and disaster. It is more common for our media outlets to carry
JOE KALUBA WITH the election campaign season officially in full swing, we are yet to see all kinds of messages and ways of reaching to the voters. Just like in a market, each party will seek to sell their product(s) in this case, the candidates. Others like those floating themselves as independent candidates will also
MAYENGO NYIRENDA, Chipata ZAMBIAN Voice executive director Chilufya Tayali (left) has predicted that President Lungu will win the August, 11presidential election. Mr Tayali said there is no doubt President Lungu will bounce back into office because he is naturally loved by Zambians. This is contained in a posting on Mr Tayali’s Facebook page. “President Edgar
AS THE country approaches the general elections on August 11, there is a lot of hype with different political supporters throwing their weight behind their desired parties and candidates. Being human, some civil servants are tempted to forget the important and neutral role they play in national development, thereby putting their political ambitions or preferences
KABANDA CHULU, Lusaka AFRICA should collectively fight tax evasion because the vice is stifling economic development on the continent. ActionAid Zambia country manager Nalucha Nganga said recently that Africa Development Bank (AfDB) member countries should support the financial institution’s proposed measures to stop tax evasion that is robbing Africa of billions of United States dollars.
Dear editor, I WISH to express my concern over the time Levi Chito Bar of Luanshya’s Levi Chito Police Camp opens. In view of the by-laws by which stipulates the time bars should open and close, I was hoping the police as law enforcers would be in the forefront in ensuring the law is enforced.