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RUSSIA, ZAMBIA TO ENHANCE BILATERAL TIES

The Russian Ambassador to Zambia, His Excellency, Mr Azim Yarakhmedo has reaffirmed Russia’s dedication to enhancing diplomatic collaboration with Zambia, highlighting the ongoing initiatives aimed at fortifying the relations between the two nations. He said this during a courtesy visit on the Speaker of the National Assembly of Zambia the Rt Hon Ms Nelly B.K Mutti, MP, FAPRA, on Monday, 19th February, 2024, at Parliament Buildings, where he led a delegation from the Russian Federation.

Sefulo Re-elected to the Bureau of the OACPS-EU

Zambia's Ms Sibeso K Sefulo, Member of Parliament (MP) for Mwandi Constituency has been re-elected to the Bureau of the Organisation of African, Caribbean States-European Union, marking a notable achievement in her diplomatic career. The re-election took place during the 64th Session of the Organisation of African, Caribbean, and Pacific States Joint Parliamentary Assembly (OACPS) and the 1st Session of the Organisation of African, Caribbean, and Pacific-European Union Joint Parliamentary Assembly (OACPS-EU JPA) in Luanda, Angola.

SPEAKER MUTTI ATTENDS THE SOUTH AFRICAN LEGISLATIVE SUMMIT

The Speaker of the National Assembly of Zambia, Right Honourable Ms Nelly B K Mutti, MP, FAPRA, is attending the South African Legislative Sector Oversight Summit in Cape Town, South Africa alongside other National Speakers within the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and selected Speakers from the rest of the African Continent. The summit will be held for two days from 30th to 31st January, 2024.

ACSZ Donates SHOWTIME to the National Assembly Library

The Agricultural and Commercial Society of Zambia (ACSZ) donated Ten (10) copies of the second edition of the book titled ‘Showtime’ to the Parliamentary Information and Research Library on 25th January 2024 at Parliament Buildings. The ACSZ was represented by the President Dr. Bernard Moonga, Vice President Mr. Rene Lourens and Administrative Staff of the Society. Speaking during the handover ceremony of the book, Dr. Moonga gave a brief historical background of the Show Society, highlighting how it had evolved over the years.

SPEAKER MUTTI WISHES ZAMBIA STAFF IN ZIMBABWE AN IMPACTFUL 2024 ANCHORED ON HARDWORK AND RESULTS

Speaker of the National Assembly of Zambia, Nelly Butete Kashumba Mutti, MP, FAPRA has wished staff at the Zambia High Commission in Harare, Zimbabwe an impactful 2024 anchored on hardwork and results Oriented.

Speaker Mutti gathers with Commonwealth Speakers at the 27th CSPOC

Speaker of the National Assembly of Zambia, Rt, Hon. Nelly B K Mutti, MP FAPRA gathered together with thirty two other Speakers from around the Commonwealth in Kampala, Uganda for the 27th Conference of Speakers and Presiding Officers of the Commonwealth (CSPOC) from 3rd to 6th January, 2024.

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MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT SENSITISED ON HARMFUL PRACTICES ON A CHILD

The Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) and Partnership forMaternal, Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH) Project, in collaboration with the National Assembly of Zambia, conducted a sensitisation workshop for selected Members of Parliament (MPs) on Tuesday, 12th December, 2023. The aim of the workshop was to orient MPs on the operationalisation of Section 18 of the Children’s Code Act, No 12 of 2022.

SPEAKER MUTTI SIGNS MOU TO FOSTER TOLERANCE AND PEACE

Speaker of the National Assembly of Zambia, Right Honourable Nelly B K Mutti, MP, FAPRA has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the International Parliament for Tolerance and Peace (IPTP), an organ of the Global Council of Tolerance and Peace (GCTP), and the National Assembly of Zambia, aimed at fostering cooperation in promoting tolerance and peace. Under the MoU, the parties will establish permanent relations in building tolerance and peace.  

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“SUSTAINABLE GENDER SENSITIVE CLIMATE FINANCING” PANACEA IN BRIDGING THE GAP IN COMBATING CLIMATE CHANGE, SPEAKER MUTTI

Speaker of the National Assembly of Zambia, Right Honourable Nelly B K Mutti, MP, FAPRA has said despite steady progress towards greater gender sensitivity in the current climate finance regime, many existing mitigation and adaptation financing schemes need to deliver on women’s empowerment by systematically and effectively linking gender and climate finance. She noted that mitigation activities and associated financing have tended to focus more on large-scale energy efficiency and renewable energy projects, in which women are usually left out. 

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