Category: Gender & health

DEMOCRACY AND MOTHERLAND DEFENDERS COALITION – DMDC “FOR THE ZAMBIA WE LOVE, FOR THE SOVEREIGN STATE WE OWN, FOR THE DEMOCRACY WE CHOSE” THURSDAY 14TH JANUARY, 2021

DEMOCRACY AND MOTHERLAND DEFENDERS COALITION – DMDC “FOR THE ZAMBIA WE LOVE, FOR THE SOVEREIGN STATE WE OWN, FOR THE DEMOCRACY WE CHOSE”   THURSDAY 14TH JANUARY, 2021 Good Morning compatriots Leaders of civil societies, the media, distinguished ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to the DEMOCRACY AND MOTHERLAND DEFENDERS COALITION – DMDC 2021 first press briefing. The coalition wishes you the media a happy 2021 in your continued discharge of the noble duty of informing the general citizenry. Fellow citizens this year is very important in the history of our country, it is critical in furthering of the growth as well...

Zambia Social Science Journal Volume 5 Number 1 Volume 5, number 1 (April 2014) Article 4 Reserved Area: Barotseland of the 1964 Agreement Mutumba Mainga Bull University of Zambia

Zambia Social Science Journal Volume 5 Number 1 Volume 5, number 1 (April 2014) Article 4 Reserved Area: Barotseland of the 1964 Agreement Mutumba Mainga Bull University of Zambia Follow this and additional works at: http://scholarship.law.cornell.edu/zssj Part of the African History Commons, and the African Studies Commons This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Journals at Scholarship@Cornell Law: A Digital Repository. It has been accepted for inclusion in Zambia Social Science Journal by an authorized editor of Scholarship@Cornell Law: A Digital Repository. For more information, please contact jmp8@cornell.edu. Recommended Citation Bull, Mutumba Mainga (2014)...

One Covid-19 case recorded at OYDC

  By Noah Silomba Communications Officer OYDC Zambia – Sports Development Centre Plot No. 33847Great North Road, P.O Box 38990, Lusaka, Zambia. Mobile: +260977130399 Email: noahsilomba@oydc.org.zm Website: http://www.oydc.org.zm/   Thursday 14th January 2021 OYDC MEDIA RELEASE   OYDC Zambia – Sports Development Centre wishes to announce that one of the frequent users of OYDC has tested positive for Covid-19.   OYDC Zambia Chief Executive Officer Dr Fredrick Chitangala, confirms this stating that even though there are no verified contacts by staff with the user who tested positive, management has decided to send all staff and affiliated coaches on self-isolation as they...

The status of local participation in the construction Sector: To what extent are Zambians building Zambia?

By Contact: Mwaka Nyimbili Centre for Trade Policy and Development Phone: +260 211 264409|+260975876038 Fax: +260 211266234 Plot 123, Kudu Road Kabulonga www.ctpd.org.zm Wednesday 13 Januaryn 2o21 The status of local participation in the construction Sector: To what extent are Zambians building Zambia? By Wakumelo Mataa CTPD Researcher-Public Finance Over the recent past years, the Government of the Republic of Zambia (GRZ) has continued to implement an ambitious infrastructure development agenda in line with its short, medium, and long-term development plans. However, the Centre for Trade Policy and Development (CTPD) notes that it’s one thing to ‘build Zambia’, and quite another...

Subject Covid-19 Vaccines to Local Tests and Verification Before Giving it to Zambians- GPZ Lusaka Wednesday 13th January 2021

SUBJECT COVID-19 VACCINES TO LOCAL TESTS AND VERIFICATION BEFORE GIVING IT TO ZAMBIANS- GPZ LUSAKA JANUARY 13, 2021 By Jackson Silavwe President In light of the announcement by Ministry of Health Director of Infectious Diseases Professor Lloyd Mulenga that the country is next month expected to receive the first set of Covid-19 vaccines. As Golden Party of Zambia, We strongly call on the Zambian Government to appoint a *High Level Committee of Local Medical Experts* to subject the corona virus vaccines to local trials and verification before being administered to any single Zambian. We recognise that the corona virus has...

Press Release dated Wednesday 13th January 2020 Regarding the Failure of Public Officers to comply with the Requirement to Declare Assets and Liabilities Under the Ministerial Code Of Conduct

By Linda Kasonde, Executive Director Chapter One Foundation Chapter One Foundation Limited is a non-governmental organization that promotes and protects human rights, human rights defenders, constitutionalism, social justice, and the rule of law in Zambia, primarily through strategic litigation, advocacy, and capacity building. Our aim is to promote and protect the Constitution and the rights included in it and by so doing, free the space for Zambians to fully participate in the democratic governance of the country. Accountability, transparency, and respect for the rule of law are central tenets of democratic governance. It is for this reason that Section 10...

Lusaka Mayor Miles Bwalya Sampa prods corporate world to help fight COVID 19 … Government alone cannot defeat covid 19-Jonathan Kays

By Ashton Kelly Bunda and Derrick Sinjela HIS WORSHIP the Mayor of the greater City of Lusaka Miles Bwalya Sampa says business leaders in the corporate world have spent most of the times making eloquent speeches in their fight against COVID 19  as they address people during meetings ,but less action. Mayor Sampa, used a platform as Guest of Honor during the COVID 19 disinfection exercise at Kulima Tower Bus station in Lusaka led by Wash Laundry and Dry Cleaners Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jonathan Kays said there has been a lot of lip service from the corporate world leaders...

Thursday, 4th February, 2021 By-Elections for Vubwi Town Council Chairperson and Miputu Ward of Masaiti District set

By Derrick Sinjela Barely 120 days before dissolution of Parliament and Local Government leadership structures on Wednesday 12th May 2021, the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) has set Thursday, 4th February, 2021 as the date on which to hold by-elections for Vubwi Town Council Chairperson and a Local Government by-election in Miputu Ward of Masaiti District. ECZ Corporate Affairs Manager Patricia Luhanga says the by-election in Vubwi District of the Eastern Province, is occasioned by the  the death of the Vubwi Council Chairperson Mr. Joshua Daka, a Patriotic Front (PF) member, while a vacancy in Masaiti District of the Copperbelt...

St.Barnabas Anglican Church Chipata welcome Fr. Emmanuel Ngoma and Fr. Bernard Phiri

St.Barnabas Anglican Church Chipata welcome Fr. Emmanuel Ngoma and Fr. Bernard Phiri

Highlights of 2021 Ordination Sunday Service at St. Thomas Congregation Petauke with Lord Bishop William Mchombo https://www.google.com/maps/dir/-15.4182,28.3157956/Chipata,+Eastern+Province,+Zambia/@-14.5117934,28.2332587,7z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m9!4m8!1m1!4e1!1m5!1m1!1s0x1918ebc5eaf473a5:0x6761f2056d37cf5!2m2!1d32.6447001!2d-13.6445104 https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2Fmaps%2Fdir%2F%3Fapi%3D1%26destination%3D6.0548201%252C-73.6466217%26fbclid%3DIwAR2WhRU2yxJbVV_AGSyAOzC9sx5p4Db4i6oHTMc1GYHCT7KhvdySc_Y2370&h=AT0WrDgP-ekuv4vis4GgZ6AOPLvLy6HtnyAXLUbIrhrjTV3r8Wur2-jfEtEFOWOsA8nZIbzUHvODXAd0cS7sGr1uicrN2o9t6Z_x9XGLRBVDDvknYc2nqXraEO71TbF0Ug St. Barnabas congregation congratulates newly ordained Priests. Fr. Emmanuel Ngoma and Bernard Phiri May the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit strengthen you in the new journey you have started.        

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