Zambian Media Under Siege –Vernon Mwaanga

Zambian Media Under Siege –Vernon Mwaanga. VETERAN politician Vernon Mwaanga says the state of the media in Zambia is depressing. In a statement, Mwaanga, a seasoned journalist, noted that intimidation and violence against the independent media had reached alarmingly dangerous proportions, which had instilled a sense of fear in journalists.

Zambian Media Under Siege –Vernon Mwaanga

Zambian Media Under Siege –Vernon Mwaanga. VETERAN politician Vernon Mwaanga says the state of the media in Zambia is depressing. In a statement, Mwaanga, a seasoned journalist, noted that intimidation and violence against the independent media had reached alarmingly dangerous proportions, which had instilled a sense of fear in journalists. “The freedom to

Zambia bound to have an increase in rainfall activity

Zambia bound to have an increase in rainfall activity. THE Zambia Meteorological Department has predicted an increase in rainfall activity due to the moist Congo airflow, which will continue advancing south-wards affecting more areas to the west of Zambia. According to a seven-day weather forecast for this week, the ZMD

Zambia bound to have an increase in rainfall activity

Zambia bound to have an increase in rainfall activity. THE Zambia Meteorological Department has predicted an increase in rainfall activity due to the moist Congo airflow, which will continue advancing south-wards affecting more areas to the west of Zambia. According to a seven-day weather forecast for this week, the ZMD stated that

Lungu’s 50+1% Leaves Much To Be Desired

Lungu’s 50+1% Leaves Much To Be Desired. Munali constituency has a total of 144,284 registered voters and Lusaka Central has 81,236 registered voters. The election of the parliamentary candidates in these two seats were nullified this week on grounds that included abuse of office and the restrictions placed on the

Lungu’s 50+1% Leaves Much To Be Desired

Lungu’s 50+1% Leaves Much To Be Desired. Munali constituency has a total of 144,284 registered voters and Lusaka Central has 81,236 registered voters. The election of the parliamentary candidates in these two seats were nullified this week on grounds that included abuse of office and the restrictions placed on the ability