Monthly Archive: February 2020

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Photo Focus PF National Youth League Chairperson Kelvin Mutale Sampa: donates two brand new laptops to the Patriotic Front Secretariat

*PHOTO FOCUS* DIARY OF THE NATIONAL YOUTH LEAGUE CHAIRMAN LUSAKA PARTY SECRETARIAT Wednesday *26:02:2020* Today, Patriotic Front National Youth Chairman who is also Kasama Central Lawmaker Honorable Kelvin Mutale Sampa donated two brand new laptops to the Patriotic Front Secretariat in order to supplement on the already existing office equipment. The scripture in the book of second (2) Corinthians 9 verse 7 says “Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” *PHOTO FOCUS*DIARY OF THE NATIONAL YOUTH LEAGUE CHAIRMAN LUSAKA PARTY SECRETARIAT *26:02:2020*Today,...

The Fight Against Corruption in Zambia 2019 End of Year Media Brief

The Fight Against Corruption in Zambia 2019 End of Year Media Brief

By Dorothy Mwanza  ACTING PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION (ACC)  THIS brief covers the activities of the Anti-Corruption Commission during the year 2019. During the year, the Commission in line with the Strategic Plan 2017-2021 continued it its pursuit of ending corruption in the country by implementing new and effective strategies. The commission also continued to engage different stakeholders, in order to put in mechanisms to curb corruption within selected institutions. Some public and private bodies, institutions of learning, local authorities, among others have embraced the National Integrity Program and are using it to strengthen their internal control systems and...

Zambia: Top Mining Investment Destination for Britain – British High Commissioner

Issued By: Barnaby B. Mulenga, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Mines and Minerals Development.  — at Government Complex Kamwala Lusaka. DATE: Thursday 20/02/2020 Zambia: Top Mining Investment Destination for Britain – British High CommissionerTHE British High Commissioner to Zambia His Excellency Nicholas Woolley paid a courtesy call on the Minister of Mines and Minerals Development Honourable Richard Musukwa on Tuesday 18th February 2020 (morning) at his office at Government Complex.Nicholas Woolley was appointed as Her Majesty’s High Commissioner to Zambia in August 2019. Prior to this he was Her Majesty’s Deputy High Commissioner to the Democratic Republic of Congo from 2014 to...

Zambia implements a US$ 65.6 million Mining and Environmental Remediation project

By Derrick Sinjela ZAMBIA has commenced implementing a five year World Bank funded USD 65.6 million project on mining and environmental remediation, through the Zambia Mining and Environmental Remediation and Improvement project (ZMERIP) seeking to reduce environmental health risks to the local population.   The project spearheaded by municipal authorities in critically polluted Chingola, Kitwe, Mufulira and the lead exposed areas of Kabwe is building Mines Safety Departments countrywide and the Zambia Environmental Management Agency (ZEMA) regulatory capacity in the extractive industry. . In Kabwe, Central Province, the Zambia Mining and Environmental Remediation and Improvement project will involve Blood Lead...

This day in History Tuesday February 25th 1986

This day in History Tuesday February 25th 1986

FEATURED EVENT 1986 Ousting of Marcos in the Philippines On this day in 1986, Philippine President Ferdinand E. Marcos, under pressure from the United States, fled his country for Hawaii after a fraudulent electoral victory over Corazon Aquino, who replaced him as president. MORE EVENTS ON THIS DAY Australian cricketer Don Bradman, one of the greatest run scorers in the history of the game and often judged the greatest player of the 20th century, died at the age of 92.Test your knowledge of cricket 2001 In Nicaragua, Violeta Barrios de Chamorro of the U.S.-financed National Opposition Union achieved an upset victory over the incumbent president, Daniel Ortega of the Sandinista National Liberation Front.Sort...

African Union Executive Council endorses African Development Bank President Adesina for second term

Media Contact: Olufemi Terry Communication and External Relations Department African Development Bank Email: o.terry@afdb.org The decision was taken during the thirty-sixth Ordinary Session of the AU Executive Council ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast, February 25, 2020/ — The Executive Council of the African Union has supported Dr. Akinwumi Adesina’s candidacy for a second term as President of the African Development Bank (www.AfDB.org). The decision was taken during the thirty-sixth Ordinary Session of the AU Executive Council, held during the AU Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 6-7 February 2020. Adesina was elected to his first term as President by the Bank’s Board of...

Drogba scores big tourism win for Côte d’Ivoire

David Tarsh  +44 (0) 20 7602 5262,  44 (0) 7770 816 070  email: David@Tarsh.com. Forum de l’Investissement Hotelier Africain (FIHA) conference will discuss how to spend it   ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast, February 25, 2020/ — International soccer star Didier Drogba has helped his birthplace, Côte d’Ivoire, strike gold by helping to collect MOUs for a total of $15 billion in commitments to back tourism projects in the west African country.   The breakthrough comes ahead of the UNWTO Forum for Africa, which will take place in Abidjan next week (February 20-22) and the influential Forum de l’Investissement Hotelier Africain (FIHA), which...

Championing the Fight Against Infertility Stigmatization, The Melody Voice of President George Manneh Oppong Weah

admin POSTED ON FEBRUARY 24, 2020   Society-Infertility-Weah Championing The Fight Against Infertility Stigmatization, The Melody Voice Of Pres. Weah   By Hawa Dolley MONROVIA, Feb. 23 (LINA) – Many infertile women and men in Africa are gradually coming to the realization that infertility is a shared problem of both male and female, unlike the past where most of the burden purely rested on the woman. Today, several males, including prominent leaders in Africa, are championing the cause to raise awareness on infertility, breaking the stigma as well as taking on initiatives to support and encourage the works of charity organizations...

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