(BBC) The man nominated as China’s next premier by President Xi Jinping has been formally elected by parliament. Li Qiang, the former Communist Party leader of the country’s biggest city of Shanghai, will now lead the government, replacing retiring Li Keqiang. The 63-year-old received almost every vote from more than 2,900 delegates at the National
By Mary Kachepa Vice President MUTALE NALUMANGO says investigative wings will only release the names of people involved in the 41 frozen Bank accounts and the 72 motor vehicles that were found at a private property when investigations are concluded. She said this in response to Moomba Member of Parliament FRED CHATILA who wanted to
By Mary Kachepa First Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly MALUNGO CHISANGANO has directed the Home Affairs Minister to deliver a Ministerial statement on reports that the abductors of PAMELA CHISUMPA and the 12 girls have escaped from prison. Ms CHISANGANO says the ministerial statement must be delivered on Thursday next week. She gave the
BY MASAUSO MKWAYAYA Former Administrative Assistant in the Office of the Fourth President, MIKATAZO WAKUMELO has called for amendment of the Former Presidents ACT. Mr WAKUMELO says this is in order to include provisions, which will allow Offfices of Former Head of States to continue operating even after their death. He has explained that the
(BBC) Kenya’s education ministry has launched a crackdown on what it described as the infiltration of LGBTQ agenda in schools. It will see government establish chaplaincies in schools, minister Ezekiel Machogu told senators on Thursday. There are fears the programme could see misinformation about LGBTQ people and same-sex relationships taught in schools. Gay sex remains
By Hector Simfukwe The Zambia Association for Pure Self Regulation says it will use government’s good will to come up with a self regulatory mechanism for the media. Association Vice President KENNEDY MAMBWE says no one should push for statutory regulation when President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA has made it clear that government does not want to
BY RUTH CHAYINDA Justice Minister MULAMBO HAIMBE says Government has taken keen interest to expedite the enactment of the Access To Information -ATI- Bill. Mr. HAIMBE says the ATI Bill is a pillar in the foundation of the country’s democracy and Government is determined to enact it. Speaking during the official opening of the
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