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Posts published in “Day: December 1, 2011

Speed Up UNWTO Preparations – Tourism Players

TOURISM stakeholders have been called upon to speed up preparations for the United Nations World Tourism Organisation 20th General Assembly to be co-hosted by Zimbabwe and Zambia in Victoria Falls and Livingstone.

HIV Drugs Should Be Accessible – PS

INFORMATION, broadcasting and tourism Permanent Secretary Amos Malupenga has said people living with HIV should access anti-retroviral therapy (ART) and other mitigatory interventions regardless of their geographical location.

George Bush Visits Nation

FORMER United States of America (USA) president, George W. Bush, arrives in the country tomorrow for a two-day visit meant to help raise awareness about health issues.

Former President Son Acquitted

LUSAKA Chief Resident Magistrate Joshua Banda has acquitted former President Rupiah Banda's son James of assault and warned him to desist from engaging himself in similar activities in future because it might land him in serious trouble.

Behavioral Change Remains Big Challenge in HIV/Aids Fight

A common English saying says "show me your friend and I will tell you who you are." Some renowned psychologists have described man as a highly complex being who can rise to great height or sink to great deaths. Behavioural change is said to be an impor...

Government Pledges to Implement Freedom of Information Bill

The Zambian government announced its commitment not only to enact the Freedom of Information (FOI) Bill but also to implement it. This was said during a conference on freedom of information which was organized by World Bank Zambia.