Addis Ababa, Ethiopia–/Emmanuel Mwamba/ –This morning I took time to see off Zambians that the were being evacuated back home for cautionary and safety purposes. Continue reading
Lusaka, Zambia, Tue, Nov 9 2021 /Hakainde Hichilema/ — Fellow Zambians, on my orders, we have today safely evacuated our fellow citizens from Ethiopia. Continue reading
Zambia High Commission London invited you to join our live stream with the President of the Republic of Zambia, Hakainde Hichilema, as he makes his inaugural address to Zambians living in the UK.
Republic of Zambia Inauguration Speech by the President of the Republic of Zambia, His Excellency Hakainde Hichilema, delivered on Tuesday, 24th august, 2021 at the
National Heroes Stadium Lusaka Community House
A majestic lion named Mopane was allegedly killed by an American hunter outside of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe last week. Mopane’s death has sparked international outcry with details surrounding his killing similar to those of Cecil the lion, slaughtered in 2015 in the same area. With his impressive mane, Mopane was well-known to local tour guides and international tourists visiting the area to catch a glimpse of him. Continue reading
Addis Ababa- Tuesday, 25th May 2021 /Press and Tourism/ —
The African Union has honoured Zambia’s former President Dr. Kenneth Kaunda with a special award.
The Award recognises Dr. Kaunda for the role he played and the immense contributions he made to the liberation of Africa and its people. Continue reading
Lusaka, Zambia, 04 May 2021 /Press Release/ —
By Mthoniswa Banda
AS the world media celebrates 30 years’ anniversary of the Windhoek Declaration which in 1991 adopted the landmark policy of development of a ‘free, independent and pluralistic media’ in all nations, Zambia which boasts of various media forms, has come a long way in achieving this truly free, independent and pluralistic media.
THE 2021 WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY COMMEMORATION
Lusaka, Zambia. May 3, 2021 — The Media Liaison Committee, through its World Press Freedom Day local organising committee, is pleased to announce to all journalists, media institutions and other stakeholders that we shall physically commemorate this year’s event on May 3. In Lusaka, the commemoration will also involve a marchpast from the High Court grounds to the Freedom Statue.
Today is yet another important day as we celebrate the birthday of our nation’s founding father and the First Republican President, Dr Kenneth Kaunda.
As a nation, we admire your fight for freedom that led to the independence of not only the Republic of Zambia but other African nations too. Indeed the story of Africa can not be told without the mention of your name.
Join me in wishing Super Ken a Happy 97th Birthday, good health and many more years.
Zambia Celebrates you.
#SuperKen #CelebratingKaunda #OneZambiaOneNation
Source: Edgar Chagwa Lungu
@EdgarChagwaLungu · Politician
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