Category: Gender & health

Kyambalesa, Henry, “The Death Penalty: Arguments For and Against”

Kyambalesa, Henry, “The Death Penalty: Arguments For and Against”

1.  Kyambalesa, Henry, “The Death Penalty: Arguments For and Against” (October 24, 2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3474715  The Death Penalty: Arguments For and Against 29 Pages Posted: 1 Nov 2019 Henry Kyambalesa Agenda for Change (AfC) Date Written: October 24, 2019 Abstract In October 2014, Ambassador and Head of the European Union Delegation to Zambia and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), Mr. Gilles Hervio, authored an article entitled “Against the Death Penalty,” which was featured in various news media outlets, including Zambia Weekly. In the article, Mr. Hervio urged Zambians and the Zambian government to seriously consider the prospect...

Why has Government not recognised heroic  Mpundu ‘ZANCO’ Mutembo

Why has Government not recognised heroic Mpundu ‘ZANCO’ Mutembo

    WHY HAS THE GOVERNEMENT NOT RECOGNISED THIS HERO WHO IS STILL ALIVE. KNOW THE HISTORY YOUR TEACHER NEVER TAUGHT YOU. ZANCO MPUNDU MUTEMBO THE MAN ON THE ZAMBIAN FREEDOM STATUE WHO BROKE THE CHAINS. Mutembo was born in 1936 in Mbala . He and his twin brother, Arnold, got involved in the political struggle against the colonialists in Northern Province at the age of 18 in 1954. They dropped out of school after their father’s death and joined the political struggle led by Robert Makasa and Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe. In 1957, having already made his impact in Northern...

Inonge Mutukwa-Wina hosts 3rd AWES

Inonge Mutukwa-Wina hosts 3rd AWES

ZAMBIA’s Gender and Child Development (GCD) Minister Inonge Mutukwa-Wina will host the 3rd African Women’s Economic Summit (AWES) on the theme: “African Women: Realising Africa’s Economic Potential” from July 24-26th 2014 in Lusaka reports Derrick Sinjela and Favourite Kalando for the Rainbow Newspaper and the Zambian Developmental Media Alliance (ZADEMA). Speaking during a Thursday 27th March 2014 Media Breakfast at the Taj Pamodzi Hotel in Lusaka, Ms Mutukwa-Wina confirmed that President Michael Chilufya Sata’s Patriotic Front (PF) Government had endorsed the 3rd AWES Indaba. From the outset, Ms Mutukwa-Wina indicated that her ministry viewed the 3rd AWES interaction as a platform on which an average...

PRESS RELEASE: Center for nuclear science and technology (CNST) as a way to boost Zambian economy

PRESS RELEASE: Center for nuclear science and technology (CNST) as a way to boost Zambian economy

By Pamela Munyanta Center for nuclear science and technology (CNST) as a way to boost Zambian economy For ten years up to 2014 Zambia had one of the world’s fastest growing economies with real GDP growth averaging roughly 6.7% per annum. Nevertheless, in 2015 economic growth slowed down dramatically to 3.6% mainly due to an overdependence on copper import which in turn suffered from China’s economic slowdown. Thus according to a World Bank report in 2017, Zambia’s economic growth recovered to an estimated 3.9% (from 3.8% in 2016) on the back of a bumper crop harvest and better electricity supply....

2019 Progress Report on National Recruitment for Jobs in 2021

2019 Progress Report on National Recruitment for Jobs in 2021

By Brown Sinyangwe, Secretary General of the Leadership Movement (LM) This is a summary of an update on the progress we have made as Leadership Movement Party in the year 2019. On 12th March 2019 we launched the National Recruitment for jobs in 2021, and so far the progress is as follows: The number of youths recruited in Luapula province so far for jobs in 2021 is 46,855. Meanwhile, recruitment continues in Luapula province. The number of youths recruited in Western province so far for jobs in 2021 is 47,023. Meanwhile, recruitment continues in Western province. The number of youths...

Mulambo Hamakuni Haimbe LLB, LLM, ACIS, FCIArb – Zambia

Mulambo Hamakuni Haimbe LLB, LLM, ACIS, FCIArb – Zambia

  Mulambo was admitted to practice law as an advocate of the High Court for Zambia in June 2001 and gained the right of audience before the Supreme Court of Zambia in June 2004. Vastly experienced in commercial law and practice, Mulambo worked as counsel for Copperbelt Energy Corporation PLC and thereafter for Barclays Bank Zambia PLC in the same capacity before returning to private practice in April 2011 as partner in the firm of Malambo and Company. In January 2012, Mulambo took up the role of Managing Partner of the Firm with the key objective of enhancing its corporate...

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