THE Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) says government should take a human rights approach on the proposed cyber laws
Government says the signing of a memorandum of understanding between Barclays Bank and World Vision Zambia signifies a perfect private sector partnership that will complement its efforts in transforming lives of vulnerable people in society.
NATIONAL Democratic Congress (NDC) Party consultant Chishimba Kambwili has called on the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) to put the interest of the poor
Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) has donated orthopedic and medical consumables to Levy Mwanawasa University Teaching Hospital (LMUTH) to help in post-crash
UNITED Party for National Development (UPND) says the time frame given for utilization of Community Development Fund (CDF) is too short.
Civil Organizations in Zambia have called on the government to consider engaging various stakeholders before implementing the new cyber laws.
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Traders at Kabuma market in Lusaka’s Kanyama compound have called on government to construct a modern market that will enable them operate in
AGRICULTURE and Livestock minister Given Lubinda says changing climate is a threat to the agriculture sector and general household livelihood. Mr. Lubinda said this in a speech read on his behalf by Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock permanent secretary David Shamulenge during the official opening of a three day Climate Smart Agriculture Regional Policy Dialogue at Intercontinental Hotel to discuss adaptation and mitigation strategy to a changing climate.
TRANSPARENCY International Zambia (TIZ) has condemned the continued release and pardoning of former ministers from Zambian prisons. Speaking in an interview with the Lusaka Star, TIZ director Goodwill Lungu said TIZ had received with great dismay the release of former labour minister Austin Liato. He said government’s tendency of pardoning convicted former ministers serving prison sentences on the context of being sick is a form of political manipulation and an obstruction of justice.
President Lungu challenges African countries to accelerate economic growth & sustainable development »
PRESIDENT Edgar Chagwa Lungu has re-affirmed Zambia’s position on the implementation and realisation of all Southern African Development Community (SADC) protocols and programs in order to enhance development in the region. Speaking in Botswana Gaborone during the 35th SADC summit for heads of state and governments, president Lungu said the Zambian government supports the initiative aimed at broadening the markets under the free trade areas.