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Malawi’s Veep Dies!!!


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Malawi’s Veep Dies!!! #Breaking News: Malawi Vice President Saulos Chilima Dies In a Plane Crash, Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera has confirmed the death of Vice President Saulos Chilima in a plane crash. Rest In Peace Dapper King! Malawi Veep 😢😢 My condolences to his family and the people of Malawi over the untimely death of this promising African Leader! 💐 🙏🏾 The entourage that have lost their lives in the Malawian plane clash include: 1. Vice President Dr. Saulos Klaus Chilima 2. Major Flora Selemani Ngwirinji 3. Lukas Kapheni 4. Chisomo Chimaneni 5. Gloria Mtukule 6. Shanil Dzimbiri 7. Dan...

Economic factors facing tough challenging situations, triggering price growth upwards!


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By Kelvin Chisanga Life generally is getting on relatively tougher situations with many opposing ends sitting right on the fence, acting as relatively “bad economic effects” or we can call them as “offsetting balances” opposing growth trajectory as can be seen from the current prevailing economic fronts where we are seriously witnessing key fundamentals taking a different supply and demand dimensions, following some dramatic events as observed in most key commodities and fundamental factors such as in fuel, forex, essential staple foods as well as in energy sector, as these are now forming a serious stage of firestorm most likely...

ICT: ‘AfCTA’s Digital Trade Forum Comes to Zambia


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ICT: ‘AfCTA’s Digital Trade Forum Comes to Zambia …… “digital technologies for barrier free-trading environment’ 5 June. Lusaka (Zambia Informer) ——-AS Africa transcends into a digital environment, devoid of trade barriers, Zambia has joined like-minded architectures of the new world order through the Vision 2064. June 20-22, all the 54 countries on the continent converge in Zambia for the first-ever, Digital Trade Forum under the to jointly harness and endorse the call for transparent and digitally driven intra trade, but downplayed by many interest ground and costing the continent millions of revenue because of artificial human and technical barriers. The...

POLICE STOP SOCIALIST PARTY MASS RALLY IN KITWE Kitwe- Saturday,8th June 2024


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Heavily armed Police officers in Kitwe in armoured and anti-riot gear, have surrounded Changanamai Grounds, where the Opposition Socialist Party is scheduled to hold it’s mass rally. Earlier Police had denied the Party from holding the public rally citing “security concerns”. But last night, in a dramatic turn of events, the Police wrote fresh communication to the Party authorising them to proceed with the public rally. Officer in Charge of Kitwe Police Station granted the authority and advised the Party to strengthen its internal security to help the Police marshal the rally. Both Socialist Party President Dr. Fred M’membe and...

Compromised leaders delaying Tobacco Control Bill, cries TCCZ’s Muloboka Albert Phiri


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Compromised leaders delaying Tobacco Control Bill, cries TCCZ’s Muloboka Albert Phiri By Chapala Chikoyi Local News The Tobacco Control Consortium of Zambia TCCZ has alleged that a few elements in the country’s Cabinet are still dancing to the tune of the Tobacco Industry’s morbid song, which pitches perceived profit over public health. TCCZ Acting Chairperson Albert Phiri made the remarks during the commemoration of World No Tobacco Day that is observed annually on May 31st and whose 2024 theme was “Protecting children from tobacco industry interference”. Mr. Phiri alleged that despite the fact that global tobacco companies have pledged not...

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Media Director Dr. Kafula Mubanga has tendered his resignation to party president Mr. Felix Mutati


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https://www.facebook.com/share/v/t73yyi44AihHn92m/?mibextid=oFDknk MDC MEDIA DIRECTOR RESIGNS …… saying he wants to pursue other political aspirations – By Staff Reporter In a strange turn of events, Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Media Director Dr. Kafula Mubanga has tendered his resignation to party president Mr. Felix Mutati. Dr. Mubanga shared this in a statement availed to The Scope were he narrated that he decided to step down in order to pursue other political aspirations. He served in the same capacity for more than two years until today and thanked the party president Mr Felix Mutati who he described as magnanimous for according him...

Zambia’s drought situation poises with potential cascading effects on health!


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By Kelvin Chisanga Zambia is earmarked to face a number of bad elements among them are the many key factors bordering strongly even on health threats such as water and sanitation challenges which may bleed along side effects with much higher risk of having some infectious diseases like cholera, diarrhoea and acute respiratory conditions. The current scenario seen so far in the prevailing economic conditions have shown strong signs, following the drought experiences which is something that has poised highly with so much insurmountable aspects of challenges on the table, and this calls for models of engagements on tackling with...

‘ASCENT, Comesa’s Game Changer’-Kapwepwe


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Energy: ‘ASCENT, Comesa’s Game Changer’-Kapwepwe …….. ‘will transform and improve the livelihoods of women, our citizens’ 6 June. Lusaka (Zambia Informer) —–The ‘Energy MasterCard’, Accelerating Sustainable and Clean Energy Access Transformation (ASCENT) conference closed its door in Lusaka, Thursday, with a ray of hope for revolutionalising the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa). After 30-years of existence-having transitioned from the Preferential Trade Area (PTA) which had existed from the earlier days of 1981 as a Regional Economic Bloc-to promote regional integration through trade and the development of natural and human resources for the mutual benefit of all people...

DFA’s Critical Tools for Development Aspirations – Zali Chikuba


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…UN’s Ojijo Odhiambo Pledges Close Collaboration with Zambian Government …as Lois Mulube reiterates Government resolve to Decentralising Service Provision” By Mwatita Lubinga The Zambia Institute of Policy Analysis and Research (ZIPAR) Interim Executive Director Zali Chikuba says Development Finance Assessments (DFA’s) are critical tools designed to actualise development aspirations. And United Nations (UN) Resident Coordinator Representative for Zambia Ojijo Odhiambo pledged close collaboration with the Zambian government and peer partners through the integrated national financing framework, essential for building a demand driven finance system. Meanwhile, Ministry of Finance and National Planning Permanent Secretary (PS) Lois Mulube says government is committed...

WE WON’T SALE THE PREMIER LEAGUE SLOT NOR RELOCATE IT


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For Immediate Release CHOMA Warriors Academy will not sale it’s premier league slot nor relocate 6th June, 2024, AS CHOMA WARRIORS Academy women’s football club, (CHWA) executive Committee it has come to our attention that there are rumors circulating about our great club rumored of selling its slot in the premier league. CHOMA warriors academy women’s FC Executive and management would like to address the claims and put it clearly that we have no intentions of selling our Premier League slot or relocating our club to another town. On behalf of the club president Trevor Mwiinde Sialunga (TMS), I Janny...

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