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Africa must be given two seats and power of veto in the UN Security Council



MINISTER of Foreign Affairs, Hon. Joseph Malanji has called on Africa to ensure that the demand for two permanent seats, with power of veto, was given to Africa in the United Nations Security Council during the on-going UN reforms.

Speaking on behalf of Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon. Joseph Malanji in Senegal during a Ministerial Meeting of the Committee of Ten, Zambia’s Ambassador to Ethiopia, His Excellency Mr. Emmanuel Mwamba said it was imperative the UN security council as the pioneer of governance systems, reflected the needs and interests of both developing and developed countries in an rational and non-selective manner.

Ambassador Mwamba said Zambia supported the AU position on the need for Africa to have representation on the UN Security Council and further called on the C10 to continue to hold consultations with Member states and interest groups in an effort to achieve a comprehensive reform of the Council.

The Ministerial meeting of the Committee of ten which has since came to an end reiterated the importance for African countries to stay united on the reform of the United Nations Security Council, and speak with one voice to support the African union position, which calls for the allocation of two seats in the permanent category with its prerogative and privileges including the right to Veto, and two additional seats in the non-permanent category on the Security council.

The meeting further recommended that African countries must include the Common African position on the reform of the UN Security Council in their respective Foreign Policy priorities.

Zambia is amongst other African Countries under the African Union Committee of 10 {C-10} that have reaffirmed their cooperation and commitment towards the reform of the United Nations Security Council.

The C10 is a committee set up by the AU with mandate to canvass the African position on the United Nations Security council-UNSC- reform with a demand for Africa to be given two permanent seats in the United Nations Security Council and three other non permanent seats.

This is according to press statement issued by Mrs. Inutu Mupango Mwanza, First Secretary-Press& Tourism at Zambia Embassy, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.



Amb. Emmanuel Mwamba is in the USA and was received by Arizona State Senator 




ZAMBIA’S Ambassador to Ethiopia and Permanent Representative to the African Union, His Excellency Mr. Emmanuel Mwamba is in Phoenix, Arizona in the USA.

He is among Ambassadors drawn from the United Nations in New York and Geneva, as delegates to a high-level policy Conference on family matters.

Mr. Mwamba was received by the President Pro Tempore and State Senator of Arizona State, His Excellency Eddie Farnsworth, his spouse Jane.

The high level Conference is organized by Family Watch International.

This is according to press statement issued by
Inutu Mupango Mwanza, First Secretary (Press and Tourism) at Zambia Embassy in Addis Ababa,
Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.

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Local Courts

Kakoma Kanganja warns people against arming themselves ahead of the forthcoming by-elections



INSPECTOR General of Police Kakoma Kanganja has warned people against arming themselves with guns and other offensive weapons ahead of the forthcoming by-elections.

In a statement, Kanganja said the police Will also conduct random searches on persons and vehicles for offensive weapons during the Chilubi parliamentary by-elections campaigns as well as other ward by elections in Nachikungu, Kakwacha, and Kaande wards in Southern and Western Provinces.

He said the Zambia Police Service is ready to police the elections and has done all the necessary preparations to ensure that peaceful elections.

“As Zambia Police service, we shall be firm on the ground and shall not tolerate any disorderly conduct before, during and after the elections. My appeal therefore is for all leaders of all political parties taking part in the elections to advise their supporters to conduct their political activities in a peaceful manner,” Kanganja said.

He said enough police officers will be deployed to provide security and ensure that law and order prevails.

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Andrew Kashita Dies



FORMER Cabinet Minister Andrew Kashita has died. Mr. Kashita died in his sleep early this morning.

Mr. Kashita held the positions of Cabinet Minister in Dr. Frederick Chiluba’s and Dr. Kenneth Kaunda’s government.

He is survived by his wife who migrated from Yorkshire, Northern England to Zambia.

She is author of a famous book; “This is My Africa-Love across the Colour Bar”

An engineer by training, Mr. Kashita became Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Agriculture and then managing director of INDECO (Industrial Development Corporation of Zambia).

He was appointed Minister of Mines and Industry in 1973, [and was also given a nominated seat in the National Assembly.

He was deemed by publications in the United States to be an excellent technocrat and manager, but a poor politician.

As a result of his independence, he was dismissed from both positions in January 1975.

He later became executive director of ZIMCOM.

In 1990 Mr. Kashita returned to politics as one of the founder members of the Movement for Multi-Party Democracy.

He was elected to the National Assembly in the Bwana Mkubwa constituency in the 1991 general elections, and was appointed Minister of Transport and Communications.

He was later moved to become Minister of Works and Supply in a cabinet reshuffle in January 1994, but was relieved of his duties on 17 July 1995.

He did not contest the 1996 general elections.

Mr. Kashita has since been living in retirement.

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Zambia Stats

14,175 Total Cases
330 Deaths
13,365 Recovered

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