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No Review Of Public Order Act Before August

Justice Given Lubinda Minister says the Public Order Act will not be reviewed before the 2021 general election. Mr. Lubinda says reviewing of politically sensitive laws like the Public order Act requires adequate information and consultations from various stakeholders. He stressed...

Zambia is positioned to flourish amidst global economic challenges

Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Malanji says the economic diplomacy policy has strategically positioned Zambia to thrive amidst changing and challenging times of the global economy. Mr. Malanji said the economic diplomacy policy, which was introduced in 2014, is opening...

Bank of Zambia Remains Resolute to purchase more Gold Deposits to Enhance Zambia’s Reserves

The Bank of Zambia Governor (BOZ) Christopher Mvunga said that the Central Banked remains resolute to purchase more gold deposits to enhance the country’s reserves. Mr Mvunga explained that BoZ has since purchased 47 kilograms of gold from the...

Copper price to rise in 2021: analysts

A rise in the price of copper is likely to continue in 2021 on low inventories and a bullish demand narrative, though at a slower pace, industry analysts said. The red metal has found support on the back of upcoming...

ACC Summons Ministry Of Health Former PS

The Anti - Corruption Commission (ACC) has summoned Ministry of Health Former Permanent Secretary for Administration, Kakulubelwa Mulalelo to appear for questioning tomorrow Thursday 18th February, 2021. This is in line with her involvement in the alleged corrupt awarding of...

Zambian youths called to show patriotism

By Mary mbewe PATRIOTISM Pioneers Movement Zambia, a youth-led movement that has been promoting patriotism in the country by instilling a sense of civil consciousness in young people has called on youths to adhere to government measures to fight Covid-19. Organisation...

Zambia’s Govt Printers Not Ready To Print 2021 Ballot Paper

By Katwishi Bwalya Zambia's Government Printers will not bid for printing of ballot papers for the 2021 general election. Works and Supply Minister, Sylvia Chalikosa says this is because Government Printers is not yet ready for such an exercise. Chalikosa , however,...

Zambia’s Monetary Policy Up To 8.5%

The Bank of Zambia has raised the Monetary Policy from 8 percent to 8.5 percent. Governor Christopher Mvunga says the decision to raise the monetary policy rate to 8.5 percent was based on inflationary pressure and the weak economic environment. Mvunga...

“Curb Smuggling Of Mealie Meal”

Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Bright Nundwe has called on security wings in the province to implement stringent security measures at all borders to curb smuggling of mealie meal and other grains. Mr. Nundwe, who was in Mufulira to check on...

House Of Moses Orphanage Co-Founder Sandra Levinson Dies From Covid-19

With shock, sadness, and the heaviest hearts, we announce the passing of Sandra Levinson, our beloved ministry partner, co-founder of ACE Zambia, and sister in Christ, a statement issued by ACE executive director Gabriel Walder reads. “Sandra's love of the...

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Why Are The So Called Activists Failing To Condemn Violence?

Last year a group of sponsored Youths who called themselves 'Activists' took to the Bush to stage a protest against the government and were...

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