Statement On Zambia’s Improved Social, Economic Status

December 13, 2019 Zambian DNA is elated that the UNDP report reveals that Zambia’s social and economic status has significantly improved due to improved access to health services and education, and expanding gross national income. It’s also worth noting that whilst the country is facing many challenges, the Government has recorded significant successes in many […]

Statement On African Milling Recent Meali Meal Price Reduction

Zambian DNA commends African Milling for reducing the price of mealie meal by K20 in an effort to make the staple food affordable. We are also confident that other milling firms will emulate African Milling’s good gesture towards the Zambian people by slashing the price of mealie meal down. We are alive to the fact […]

Statement On Fake Environmental Investigation Agency(EIA) Report

    December 9, 2019 The so-called US-based Environmental Investigations Agency (EIA) report that linked the First Family and Ministers to  illicit trade of Mukula tree is part of the calculated series of a scheme to agitate for  regime change.   We also aware that the scheme is orchestrated by some disgruntled elements in an […]

Statement On The Just Ended Council Chairperson, Local Govt By Elections

December 6, 2019 Zambian DNA congratulates the ruling PF for scooping the Milenge Council-chairperson seat in the just-ended by-elections. We also congratulate the opposition UPND for winning the Ilambo-Ward seat in Lupososhi District. It’s gratifying to note that the PF’s conduct was peaceful and orderly despite losing a Council-Ward seat in their stronghold. We hope […]

Pres. Lungu Is Twice Better Than Opposition Leaders

December 5, 2019 Zambian DNA is confident that with or without Constitutional Bill no 10 being differed or not the UPND-led Alliance will be defeated in 2021 elections. Unlike the opposition leaders who failed the leadership test by keeping their mouths shut when gay rights and same-sex marriage debate was raging, President Lungu demonstrated leadership […]

tement On Why MPs Should Support The Constitutional(Amendment) Bill No.10

December 3, 2019 Zambian DNA urges both Members of Parliament (MPs) from the ruling Party and the Opposition parties to support the Constitutional (Amendment) Bill no10 when presented for the second reading to Parliament. The Constitutional Bill no 10 contains some progressive clauses (arrived at by consensus of the National Dialogue Forum (NDF) delegates) and […]

Statement On Pres. Lungu’s Commitment To Zambia’s Christianity Values, Principles

Zambian DNA commends President Edgar Lungu for reaffirming his tacit commitment to the country’s Christian values and principles by rejecting US Ambassador accredited to Zambia’s attempts to influence the country to adopt gay rights and same sex marriages. Indeed, President Lungu is right to reject foreign influence that is bent on destroying our traditional values. […]

Statement On Why Zambians Will Vote For Pres.Lungu

November 21, 2019 Zambian DNA has noted that President Edgar Lungu will without any doubt win the 2021 polls given his exemplary performance during this short time he has been in office. Whilst the country is grappling with many socio economic challenges, we strongly believe that the Zambian people still have confidence in President Lungu […]

Statement On Hichilema’s Intention To Write To IMF

November 19, 2019 UPND‘s Hakainde Hichilema’s intention to write to IMF is an attempt to gain cheap political mileage by assuming authority he does not wield as Government has already submitted the country’s economic recovery plan to the said financial institution. Hichilema’s intention to write to IMF is meant to show the world that he’s […]

Statement On The Zambian Government’s Highest Performance Rating

November 15, 2019 Zambian DNA welcomes United States (US)government for rating  the Zambian  government’s performance highly on key issues such as Government effectiveness, rule of law, corruption fight, democratic  rights, girls primary education completion rate ,health expenditure , child immunization and many more. It’ s also interesting to note that the country’s rating by the US government through the […]

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