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The Innovative Rhisotope Project Moves to Next Stage After Success of Phase One

ON September 16th, the first phase of the Rhisotope Project aimed at curbing rhino poaching in South Africa using nuclear technologies – radioisotopes – was successfully completed. The initial stage of the project was dedicated to proving that there was no movement of the stable isotopes from the horn of the rhino into the body of the animal. In order to prove this, Igor and Denver, two rhinos, were darted and sedated, at which point the cocktail of stable isotopes was introduced into their horn. These two animals were isolated into a separate camp where they were closely observed. Highly...

Remain neutral and professional, Amos Malupenga urges Zambian media

  By Theresa Kalenga and Derrick Sinjela MINISTRY of Information and Media Permanent Secretary Amos Malupenga has launched the Voter’s Voice Post – Election Media Monitoring Report urging media houses and practitioners to remain neutral and non – partisan in coverage. Officiating at Lusaka’s Radisson Blu Hotel Thursday, 16th September 2021, Fourth Electoral Media Monitoring report by MISA-Zambia under the Voters’ Voice Project witnessed by Head of Delegation – European Union, National Director – MISA Zambia Austin Kayanda, BBC Media Action Country Director –Soren Johansson, director general – Independent Broadcasting Authority – IBA, Representatives from the Electoral Commission of Zambia...

Rosatom Technical Academy has started training El-Dabaa NPP personnel

  Rosat om Technical Academy has started training El-Dabaa NPP personnel In early September, the first groups of specialists from Egypt’s El-Dabaa NPP began training at the St. Petersburg branch of Rosatom’s Technical Academy. The training programme is being carried out in the framework of contracts pertaining to the construction of Egypt’s first nuclear power plant. The opening ceremony for the training programme was attended by the Vice Board Chairman of NPPA Operation and Maintenance, General Supervisor of El-Dabaa NPP Project Management Mohamed Ramadan, Advisor to Rosatom’s Director General Vladimir Artisyuk, Director of Rosatom’s Educational Projects Valery Karezin, Vice President,...

Breaking barriers: Russian woman leads the way on arctic ship

Issued on: 08/09/2021 – 05:28 Diana Kidzhi, 27, is the most senior woman in Russia’s growing nuclear icebreaker fleet Ekaterina ANISIMOVA AFP 3 min ADVERTISING Aboard the ’50 Years of Victory’ (Russia) (AFP) Peering through her binoculars at icebergs ahead, Diana Kidzhi shouts at the helmsman of a Russian nuclear-powered icebreaker approaching the North Pole: “Ten degrees left!” At just 27, Kidzhi is a chief mate — second in command to the captain — and sets the path the giant vessel will take through the frozen waters of the Arctic Ocean. Standing on the bridge of the ship, she is surrounded by...

Highvie H. Hamududu Is A Man To Watch In 2021- PNU

  By Tumfweko Editor 01 Editor 01 4 years ago PARTY of National Unity (PNU) Interim Secretary General Kasote Singogo says Zambians must vote for Highvie Hambulo Hamududu on Thursday 12th August 2021 on account of his leadership credentials. Mr. Singogo brands Mr. Hamududu as a man to watch, stressing that the former Parliamentary Accounts Committee (PAC) Chairperson is determined to build a united and better Zambia. Singogo says the PNU is coalescing-bringing on board a diversity of interest groups passionate on developing Zambia. “Folks this is the man to watch in Zambia’s political landscape, a man who is issued...

U.S. Presidential Delegation Attends President Hichilema’s Inauguration

The United States and Zambia Partnering Together Embassy Of The United States Of America Lusaka, Zambia                                                                                NR/1273/08/26/2021                                                                            CONTACT:  Nicholas Hersh Public Affairs Officer Press Release Thursday August...

Zambia Chamber of Mines Newsletter – August Edition

Zambia’s Mining Industry ready to invest US$2.5 Billion Funds Meant for Mine Expansion   The Mining Industry is ready to invest 2.5Billion United states Dollars in mine expansion and a further 439Million United States Dollars in capital expenditure if adjustments are made to the current mining regime.   Government recently held a mining indaba to address issues bordering on mining taxation.   Zambia Chamber of Mines President Dr. Godwin Beene, says the unfavorable mineral royalty tax has continued in holding up in excess of 2.5Billion United States Dollars of fresh capital from international financial institutions for expansion out of reach...

How Zambia can combat deforestation-ZEMA

By Alain Kabinda CLIMATE change is one of the greatest challenges humanity is facing, and is predicted to become the biggest single driver of biodiversity loss over the next 50-100 years, larger than loss of habitat, over-exploitation, and introduction of invasive species. According to the Zambia Environmental Management Agency (ZEMA), global climate change is being defined as a significant and lasting change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns over periods ranging from decades to millions of years, which may be a change in average weather conditions or the distributions of events around that average. In 1992, the international community...

Hakainde Hichilema is winning 2021 elections, predicts Guy Lindsay Scott

….HH is winning 2021 elections Change is a must, predicts Guy Lindsay Scott …as Hakainde and Edgar Chagwa Lungu fight on twitter By Derrick Sinjela AS Zambians prepare to cast the vote on Thursday 12th August 2021 Presidential, Parliamentary and Local Government Election, former first White Republican Head of State, Dr. Guy Lindsay Scott has insisted that change is inevitable. Hosting United Party for National Development (UPND) Alliance aspirant for the Mazabuka Central parliamentary seat, Gary Nkombo, at his Lusaka East residence, Dr. Scott, now serving as a senior now serving as a Senior Advisor to Hakainde Hichilema  said political...

Trevor Mwiinde predicts UPND’s 2021 victory through Hakainde Hichilema

By Derrick Sinjela BARELY six days to poll day, opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) Deputy National Youth Chairperson Trevor Mwiinde says victory for the UPND Alliance is certain in the forth coming Thursday 12th August 2021 Presidential, Parliamentary and and Local Government election. A confident Mr. Mwiinde told journalists in Lusaka’ s Woodlands residential area at a Thursday 5th August 2021 Media Briefing that electorates just have to turn up in large numbers and vote for the opposition UPND Alliance candidate Mr. Hakainde Hichilema. Mwiinde explained that the party has mobilized sponsors to feed the people at a...

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