Renowned English photographer Charlie Waile once said an image cuts across all political and national boundaries; it transcends the constraints of language
New Congress Party President Peter Chanda says he will not run for President in the 2021 general elections as his party is in
The Opposition Alliance has withdrawn from the Zambia Center for Inter- party Dialogue (ZCID) in the ongoing national dialogue and reconciliation process citing lack
PATRIOTIC Front (PF) says it was not worried by the Alliance formed by 10 opposition political Parties because it was not Agenda driven.
Prosperous and Peaceful Zambia (UPPZ) party president Charles Chanda has expressed disappointment over government’s inadequate supply of development to rural areas around the
The Eminent Persons, Senior Citizens and Freedom Fighters have expressed concern over the current political situation which is prevailing between the ruling Patriotic
Transparency International Zambia (TIZ) has called on government to ensure that all journalists are protected from outside influence and attacks.
Acting TIZ Executive
Government has signed a Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) with stakeholders and eight ministries on the reduction of road fatalities and injuries as per United Nations Decade of action on road safety requirement. Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) Director Zindaba Soko said reducing fatalities by 50 percent 2011-2020 is a mammoth task and requires multi-sectoral approach.
THE agriculture sectors plays a critical role in the development process of the country and the improvement of the population’s livelihood, Vice president Inonge Wina has said. Ms. Wina was speaking at this year’s symposium for regional small scale farmers yesterday held under the theme ‘The African agriculture mirror reflecting small scale farmers, image.’
GOVERNMENT says women are disadvantaged in terms of ownership and control over land despite their major role in food production which makes up for more than 60 percent of small scale farmers. Deputy Minister of Chiefs and Traditional Affairs John Kafuna said government was sad that many of these women did not have ownership and control over land due to inhibiting practices and traditions relating to land.