Category: Sustainable Development

MultiChoice Lauds AMVCA Zambian Nominees

Lusaka, Zambia – Multichoice has congratulated seven Zambian filmmakers on their nomination for the eighth edition of Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA) scheduled to take place in Nigeria. AMVCA is an annual accolade presented by MultiChoice recognising outstanding achievements in film and television. This year’s AMVCA ceremony will take place on Saturday, May 14, in Lagos. Speaking when MultiChoice Zambia hosted nominees in Lusaka, Chris Puta, MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF), Academy Director Southern Region, MultiChoice Zambia said: “We are very excited that Zambian productions have been nominated for these awards and this is a great testament to how our...

THIS WOMAN CONNED ME OUT OF K 650,000 AND I DID THIS TO RECOVER THE MONEY. SHE WILL NOT FORGET IT!

  Issues: THIS WOMAN CONNED ME OUT OF K 650,000 AND I DID THIS TO RECOVER THE MONEY. SHE WILL NOT FORGET IT! I am Ms. Anita from Lusaka. Something happened to me last year that almost sent me to the grave. My trusted friend, called Mutale, came to my office one morning. I had invited her over following a discussion we had earlier about the land she was selling in Kingsland Ibex. We used to live together in Lusaka West. The two of us had developed such a close friendship that I would leave her alone with my husband...

Press Release The Last Rhodesians Available, April 2022 Royal Sable Publishing

Press Release The Last Rhodesians Available, April 2022 Royal Sable Publishing is pleased to announce release of its book, The Last Rhodesians: Society Adrift, by Duncan Clarke, author of Rhodes’ Ghost: The Conquest of Zambesia 2020, available on Amazon worldwide, and distributed in First Edition in South Africa by Protea Books. An evolutionary saga, The Last Rhodesians is the definitive insight on this culture’s origins, identity, and imprint in Africa. Then 16 years of war led to the demise, sunset, and ‘fall’ of Rhodesia. Negotiations ended the state in 1979: but Rhodesians ‘never died’. The war was fought in numerous...

FROM PRISON BARS TO THE NEWSROOM …….. Derrick Sinjela says he will neither retreat nor surrender

FROM PRISON BARS TO THE NEWSROOM …….. Derrick Sinjela says he will neither retreat nor surrender By Bennie Mundando I WILL continue telling the masses the truth because journalism is not a crime and no other reporter in Zambia must be jailed on tramped up charges for presenting the truth, Rainbow Newspaper proprietor Derrick Sinjela has vowed. December 20, 2018 will remain in Mr. Sinjela’s heart, never to be erased from the sands of history, as the day when an infamous judgment condemned him to an 18-month custodial sentence after dissecting the outcome of the Savenda Vs Stanbic court case...

ZANACO NAMED 2022 BEST BANK IN ZAMBIA FOR THE 3RD CONSECUTIVE YEAR

ZANACO NAMED 2022 BEST BANK IN ZAMBIA FOR THE 3RD CONSECUTIVE YEAR Press Release Wednesday, 19th April 2022, LUSAKA – ZAMBIA National Commercial Bank (Zanaco) Plc has for three consecutive years been awarded Best Bank in Zambia by Global Finance. This award recognises the Banks growth in assets, profitability, strategic relationships, new business development and product innovation. This award has placed Zanaco on the continental league table, alongside other commercial banks from 36 countries including Standard Bank South Africa, Banque Nationale d’Algerie Algeria, First National Bank Namibia, Zenith Bank Nigeria, Bank of Kigali Rwanda.. The development further solidifies Zanaco’ s...

*Stateless Rwandan refugees are nomads ‘in orbit’ as they wander the globe, fearing retribution* 

  *Stateless Rwandan refugees are nomads ‘in orbit’ as they wander the globe, fearing retribution*  _By: Dr Callixte Kavuro is a post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Public Law at Stellenbosch University._ _ Rwandan refugees, in particular Hutu refugees, have been victims of physical attacks planned and perpetrated by their home government for more than two decades. They fled their home country because of inter-ethnic conflict and the Tutsi minority-dominated government’s desire to control the Hutu majority, who are blamed – as a group – for having committed genocide against the Tutsis. As a result, they are hunted down. The...

Father Derrick Muwina explains Government and Church partnership

  By Derrick Sinjela THE Anglican Church says that it would welcome Government support towards rehabilitating its 46-year old Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Lusaka, but it is also wary of the risk of compromising its prophetic voice.   In an interview with the author, Father Derrick Muwina said that while the church was ready to receive donations of any kind to help rehabilitate the cathedral it did not want a situation that gave the impression that Government was sponsoring its programmes.   Father Muwina an Assistant Priest to Dean, Canon Charley Thomas and Sub Dean, Father William Vwapu...

Bishop David Njovu donates to 3,500 Sinazongwe District households

  By Derrick Sinjela in Sinazongwe, Southern Province THE Anglican Diocese of Lusaka has received commendation from the Zambian government for being the first organisation to offer spiritual and material support to follow victims in Sinazongwe District. Making the commendation, Sinazongwe District Administrative Officer (DAO), Sokoloka Daka, expressed delight that the Anglican Church was not just the first organisation but more importantly taken the frontline among ecumenical bodies offering comfort to over 3,500 households affected by the heavy downpour of rain. Daka praised Anglican Diocesan Bishop, Right Reverend David Njovu for coming forth with the 319 by 25 Kilogrammes bags...

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