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Rosatom takes part in “Clean Nuclear Energy Day” events at COP26

Glasgow, UK – “Clean Nuclear Energy Day” took place on November 8 as part of the twenty-sixth session of the Conference of the Parties (COP26), held in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The special “Clean Nuclear Energy Day” programme was made possible with Rosatom’s support. Taking place at the pavilion of the Russian Federation, the programme focused on the role of nuclear energy in the fight against climate change and in implementing the UN’s sustainable development goals. In his video greeting, IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi noted the significant contribution of nuclear energy – a clean...

Russian artist graces Lusaka museum

FRANCIS LUNGU Lusaka…November 8, 2021. IN DEEPENED bilateral cultural exchange between Zambia and Russia, an artist from the Asian country has been invited under the auspice of the Russian Center of Science and Culture and the Lusaka National Museum for a performance. Russian Opera singer, Vladimir Hertz, who is currently on tour in Zambia, will be giving a live performance show on Tuesday, November 9, 2021, at Lusaka National Museum from 09:00am – 10:00am. Mr. Hertz is in Zambia under Russia-Zambia Cultural Exchange program organized by the Russian House in Lusaka. The media and the general public has been invited to...

ROSATOM Launches Global Atomic Quiz Celebrating World Science Day on 10 November

Do you want to have some nerdy fun and find out how the world works on atomic level? Atoms are everywhere – in our homes, the technologies we use, out in nature and even in outer space playing a significant role in the life of our Universe. On November 10, the World Science Day, Rosatom’s Global Atomic Quiz is coming back! Everyone is welcomed to test one’s knowledge and learn something new about atoms along the way. Global Atomic Quiz is Rosatom’s annual one-day international initiative. Last year, the project brought together over 12,000 nuclear enthusiasts from more than 70...

K173 billion budget cheers CLRI’s Mundia Paul Hakoola

By Derrick Sinjela and Theresa Bwalya Kalenga CONTINENTAL Leadership Research Institute (CLRI) describes Finance Minister Dr Situmbeko Musokotwane’s K173 billion 2022 budget presented on behalf of President Hakainde Sammy Hichilema as a good and ambitious preposition. In a Friday 5th November, 2021 ‘Press Statement Budget Speaks to Decentralization’, Mr. Hakoola is delighted that the 2022 budget that needs hard work by all stakeholders to achieve its targets and objectives. Hakoola says CLRI is elated over the noted increase in allocation to Constituency Development Fund (CDF), as this gesture speaks to decentralization of development to constituencies were the communities will draw...

Why few holding SOME brakes on IMF support?

By Kelvin Chisanga, Zambian Economist and Communications Specialist +260 97 9305194 The economy is at stake, the IMF is coming in as a cooling agent to two important things here, one to neutralize the effect that we are currently faced with, especially the pressure to make repayments, secondly, to make and help us foster in leveraging on the economic growth and we need domestic growth to liberate economic wheels, otherwise we will be heading to collapsing of the economy, simply because the current happenings can’t take us anywhere. Am very much aware of the impact that we faced previous in...

Enock Ngoma optimistic over Zambia’s media reform

  Enock Ngoma optimistic over Zambia’s media reform By Derrick Sinjela MEDIA Liaison Committee (MLC) Media Liaison Committee Chairperson Enock Ngoma welcomed continued pronouncements from the United Party for National Development (UPND) Alliance New Dawn Administration on the media especially with regard to press freedom and the need for media reforms in Zambia. Mr. Ngoma is delighted that when presenting the 2022 national Budget to Parliament on Friday October 29, 2021 Finance Minister Situmbeko Musokotwane reiterated Government resolve to deliver on electoral pledge to enact the Access to Information (ATI) bill. Despite assurance of creating a conducive media environment, successive...

Health Minister Sylvia Tembo-Masebo listens to Phillips Pharmaceuticals Zambia Ltd – Speciality Products Manager Ajesh Shah explain SO9001:2015 Accreditation & Setting QualityManagementPractices benchmark receipt-Pharmaceutical Society of Zambia AGM Exhibition Livingstone

Health Minister Sylvia Tembo-Masebo listens to Phillips Pharmaceuticals Zambia Ltd -Speciality Products Manager Ajesh Shah explain SO9001:2015 Accreditation & Setting Quality Management Practices benchmark receipt – Pharmaceutical Society of Zambia Annual General Meeting (AGM) Exhibition Livingstone

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