Jan 2022 /IFRC/ –Most parts of Zambia started receiving heavy rains on 11 of January 2022. On the 16 of January 2022, Kalomo, Namwala and Choma districts of the Southern Province started experiencing flash floods. According to the needs assessment report issued by the Zambian government through Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) (17 January 2022), Namwala district has recorded the highest number of households affected with 3,219. The report also indicated that 8,000 Ha of field crops have been submerged by water, as well as houses and sanitation facilities. In addition, livestock such as chickens and goats have also been swept away. Currently, 500 households have been displaced in Namwala and being accommodated in schools and the immediate needs includes safe and clean water, hygiene and sanitation, food, Non-Food Items, shelter and protection. Continue reading
26th January, 2022 /PRESS RELEASE/ — After much anticipation, since first appearing with her first single “Long Time” which topped charts on South African and Zambian radio and television, followed by various collaborations and gracing stages in Zambia and South Africa, South African based Zambian singer, released her single titled “FOCUSED” on 21st January 2022 Continue reading
We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Captain Kambarage Kaunda, Chairman of the The Kenneth Kaunda Africa Centre for Democracy and Human Rights.
Captain Kambarage Kaunda was a dedicated humantarian, a passionate fighter for democracy and human rights. He worked tirelessly for a more united and socially conscious Africa with citizens at its centre. His kindness and humility will be sorely missed.
“I am grieving Captain Kambarage Kaunda’s passing. Africa has lost a leader and a tireless defender of African values,” said Mpelembe Network Chief Community officer Sam Mbale
We wish to send heartfelt condolences to Captain Kambarage Kaunda’s family and to his friends and colleagues, and lifting prayers in his honour.
Kenneth Kaunda Africa Centre for Democracy and Human Rights
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
LONDON Nov. 5, 2021 /Chatham House/–At this event, HE Hakainde Hichilema, president of the Republic of Zambia, discusses his vision for Zambia’s development and long-term political and economic reform and recovery. 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.
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September 7, 2021 /PRESS STATEMENT/ — President Hakainde Hichilema has appointed and sworn-in 14 Cabinet Ministers, 3 Provincial Ministers and a Senior Private Secretary.
Those sworn-in at State House this afternoon includes: Continue reading
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