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Promote media coverage to improve transparency and accountability and expose government misconduct

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Government Installs 4 radio transmitters in four districts

Police in Mpulungu District impounded eight trucks of maize that were allegedly suspected to have been planned for smuggling into neighbouring countries.

ZNBC NewsPublished: January 30, 2023
Government Installs 4 radio transmitters in four districts.

The government installed four more  ZNBC radio 1  and 2 transmission sites in four districts

ZNBC NewsPublished: January 30, 2023
Government signs service level agreement with Topstar Communications Company Limited on the use of digital Television Transmission Network by ZANIS Television Channel.

The government signed the service level agreement with Topstar Communications Company Limited on the use of the digital Television Transmission Network by ZANIS Television Channel.

ZNBC NewsPublished: December 7, 2022
Public Private Dialogue Forum communication strategies launched by the Information and Media Permanent Secretary

The information and Media Permanent Secretary launched the Public Private Dialogue Forum communication strategy that will increase knowledge and awareness about the operations of various organizations.

Lusaka TimesPublished: October 20, 2022
ZANIS equip provincial offices to enhance news coverage country wide.

The Zambia News and Information Services have started equipping provincial offices with equipment to enhance news coverage countrywide.

Lusaka TimesPublished: August 27, 2022
Journalist arrested for destroying evidence.

The government arrest's a  journalist for allegedly destroying evidence. 

TWMNPublished: January 27, 2022
Independent media threatened

Authorities employed threats to intimidate independent media.

Zambian ObserverPublished: February 13, 2022
16 percent Value Added Tax introduced on Booklets and Newspapers by the Revenue Authority

The  Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) introduced a 16 per cent Value Added Tax on Booklets and Newspapers effective January 1, 2022.

Diggers NewsPublished: March 10, 2022

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