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PAN AFRICAN PARLIAMENT STATUTORY COMMITTEES HOLD THEIR AUGUST, 2018 MEETINGS

The Pan African Parliament Statutory Committees held their meetings from 4th to 11th August, 2018 in Midrand, South Africa and Cairo, Egypt.
The Committee on Agriculture and Rural Economy held their meeting in Cairo, Egypt while the rest of the committees met in Midrand, South Africa.
The meetings covered legislative business as dictated by the mandate of the Pan African Parliament and under the African Union 2018 Theme of “Winning the Fight against Corruption: A Sustainable Path to Africa’s Transformation”

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SADC Parliamentary Forum lobbies President Ramaphosa on the need to transform into a Regional Parliament

President of the SADC Parliamentary Forum and Speaker of the National Assembly of Angola Hon. Fernando Da Piedade Dias Dos Santos has led a Lobby Mission that held consultations with the President of the Republic of South Africa, His Excellency Mr Cyril Ramaphosa on the transformation agenda of the Forum into a SADC Regional Parliament.

PRESIDENT LUNGU VISITS NATIONAL ASSEMBLY STAND AT SHOW GROUNDS

His Excellency the President of the Republic of Zambia Mr Edgar Chagwa Lungu visited the National Assembly of Zambia stand at the ongoing 92nd Agricultural and Commercial in Lusaka on Friday, 3rd August, 2018.  The President who was in his jovial mood shouted “hear hear hear....order order order..” (sentiments usually used in Parliament) upon seeing the National Assembly stand.

 

Statement by the SADC–PF on the just ended elections in Zimbabwe

The SADC Parliamentary Forum has issued a preliminary statement on the Observation Mission to the 2018 Zimbabwe Harmonised Elections. The Statement was issued by the Head of Mission the Rt Hon Justice Dr Patrick Matibini, SC, FCIArb, MP, Speaker of the National Assembly of Zambia at Harare International Conference Centre in Harare, Zimbabwe on 1st August, 2018.

National Assembly showcases it's work at the 92nd Agricultural and Commercial Show

The National Assembly of Zambia is participating in the 92nd Agricultural and Commercial Show under the theme: “Sustainble Economic Empowerment” . The Show will be held from 1st to 6th August, 2018, at the Lusaka Show Grounds.

The Agricultural and Commercial Show is organised by the Agricultural and Commercial Society of Zambia (ACSZ) annually for a period of five days in the capital city of Lusaka. The show brings together a variety of products and services from a cross section of exhibitors from within and outside the country.

The National Assembly of Zambia is encouraging showgoers to visit our stand which is located in the Jubiliee Hall and listen to Parliament Radio onour countrywide frequencies.

 

CHINESE AMBASSSADOR TO ZAMBIA REAFFIRMS CHINA’S BILATERAL COOPERATION TO THE ZAMBIAN PARLIAMENT

The Rt Hon Justice Dr Patrick Matibini, SC, MP, FCIArb, Speaker of the National Assembly has reiterate that Zambia and China have continued to enjoy warm bilateral relations from the pre-colonial era. He said this when His Excellency Ambassador Li Jie, Chinese Ambassador to Zambia paid a courtsey call on him on Wednesday, 25th July, 2018 at Parliament Buildings, Lusaka.

Speaker Matibini Tours Southern Province Constituency Offices

 

The Rt. Hon. Juctice Dr. Patrick Matibini, SC, FCIArb, MP has continued his countrywide tour of constituency offices, with his most recent tour having been the tour of Southern Province constituency offices from 20th to 22nd July, 2018. The Speaker has embarked on the countrywide tour of constituency offices in order to be extensively acquainted with the operations of the offices, as well as to devise ways of making them more effective in serving the purpose for which they were established. 

STRATEGIC ENGAGEMENT AND NETWORKING KEY IN ADDRESSING SRHR CHALLENGES, KALILA

The Chairperson of the National Working group of the Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), HIV and AIDS Governance Project Dr Chritopher K Kalila, MP says there is need for strategic engagement and networking in SRHR and HIV and AIDS programming in order to adequately address prevailing SRHR challenges.

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