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President Edgar Lungu mourns Zimbabwe’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Sibusiso Moyo



PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has expressed sorrow on the death of Zimbabwe’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Sibusiso Moyo.
He said the people of the Republic of Zambia are deeply saddened by the untimely death of Dr Sibusiso Moyo, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade of the Republic of Zimbabwe.
“On behalf of the Government and people of the Republic of Zambia, I wish to convey my heartfelt condolences to Your Excellency, the Sibusiso Family and our dear brothers and sisters in Zimbabwe,” the President said.
In a message of condolences to President Emmerson Mnangagwa, President Lungu said Zimbabwe has lost a dedicated public servant, who made enormous contributions to Zimbabwe and the Southern Africa Development Community region as a whole.
The President said Zambia will forever cherish the brotherly traditional friendship that it shared with Dr Sibusiso, which further cemented already existing strong relations between Zambia and Zimbabwe.
“While we pray that the Almighty God grants us all fortitude with which to bear this loss. May his soul rest in eternal peace,” reads part of the President’s message.
This is according to a statement issued by special assistant to the President for press and public relations, Isaac Chipampe.


Zambian truck drivers urged to exercise caution on South African roads, following violent attacks against foreign drivers.



ZAMBIA’S High Commissioner to South Africa Major General Jackson Miti has called on Zambian truck drivers on the South African route to be cautious on the roads following an eruption of violent attacks against foreign drivers in some parts of that country.

This is according to a press statement issued by Mrs Naomi Nyawali, First Secretary Press and Public Relations at the Zambia High Commission in South Africa.

Maj Gen Miti said this in the wake of violent protects in Durban,  Kwa-Zulu Natal Province, in which hundreds of locally engaged  truck drivers protested against the use of foreign  truck drivers.

Maj Gen Miti said  the safety of Zambian truck drivers was cardinal and advised them to ensure they avoided being victims of violent protests currently going on in some parts of South Africa.

He said the High Commission would  continue monitoring the situation and  advise accordingly.

Maj Gen Miti added that so far, no Zambian was affected by the violent atacks against foreigners, particularly more visible in Durban where  a number of trucks are reported to have been torched.

According to the Road Freight Association in South Africa, about 30 foreign truck drivers have so far been  attacked across South Africa in the last seven days.

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Ambassador Mukwita advices Zambian’s to have low key 2020 independence celebrations due to COVID-19 in Germany



ZAMBIAN’S Ambassador to Germany, His Excellency Mr. Anthony Mukwita has called on Zambians in Germany to observe this year’s 56th Independence Anniversary within their homes or in much smaller groups in line with the public health guidelines set by the German government in response to the continued rise in coronavirus cases.
Ambassador Mukwita said both the Zambian and German governments prioritized human life above anything else hence the decision to scale down on public gatherings and the number of people that can meet even for private functions.
“As an Embassy, we continue to collaborate with the German authorities and implementing their policy advice and, in the same spirit, we advise Zambians living and working in this country to do the same”, Ambassador Mukwita advised.
The senior diplomat said it was in the same spirit that this year’s National Day of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance and Reconciliation was not held in the same way that it has been held in the past, but instead individuals and families observed the day privately.
He said while it is always a wonderful experience to celebrate these important days by gathering and fellowshipping with others, family gatherings provide an opportunity for intimacy and reflection on what both the day of prayer and independence truly means.
“In the private confines of your homes, pray with your family and explain to your children and family members what independence means: you will be surprised how pleasant such an engagement could turn out to be”, the Ambassador said.
The theme for this year’s 56th independence anniversary is:24th October 2020, Zambia at 56: One Land, One Nation – Building Our Future Proud and Free.
In the last few days, coronavirus cases in Germany have suddenly risen with 6000 new cases reported in the past 72hours raising concerns that the gains made agains

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Zambian Community in RSA participates in the National Day of Prayer and Fasting



THE Zambian community in South Africa today participated in the commemoration of the National Day of Prayer and Fasting.

First Secretary for Press and Public Relations Naomi Nyawali said the commemoration was held at the Zambian Chancery in Pretoria and was presided over by Zambian clergymen from different denominations based in that country.

She said Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa Major General Jackson Miti led Diplomatic staff together with their families and the Zambian community in prayer and fasting

And General Miti said Zambia will continue fostering peace, unity and prosperity among its leaders and the general citizenry.

He said forgiveness and reconciliation is cardinal for the country to enhance development.

And General Miti called on Zambians to always seek God’s intervention in all situations more so that government.

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Zambia Stats

80,687 Total Cases
1,109 Deaths
76,498 Recovered

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