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Zambia: Ministers, Permanent Secretary changes

By Times Reporter

PRESIDENT Rupiah Banda has with immediate effect made changes at Deputy Minister and Permanent Secretary levels with newly-elected Mpulungu Member of Parliament Given Mung’omba being appointed as Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Science, Technology and Vocational Training.

According to a statement issued by Special Assistant for Press and Public Relations Dickson Jere, former Deputy Minister in the Ministry.
Ministry of Science, Technology and Vocational Training Lameck Mangani has been moved to the Ministry of Works and Supply in the same capacity, succeeding Dr Christopher Kalila who has been moved to the Ministry of Health to take up the vacant position of Deputy Minister.

At Permanent Secretary level, President Banda moved former permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Labour and Social Security Winnie Sithole-Mwenda to the Ministry of Justice to take over from Ms Anne Sitali who had been appointed High Court Judge.

The president has also appointed Daniel Bowasi as new Permanent Secretary for North-Western Province, replacing Eustern Mambwe whose appointment had been revoked.

Mr Jere said the new Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Labour would be announced in due course.

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2 responses to “Zambia: Ministers, Permanent Secretary changes”

  1. Ba Collins mwali ba aba fulwa. lol capital letter, the construction of sentences. that really must have gotten to you. well i seem to agree with ur position on the questionable leadership of our current leader. maybe Sata’s too but i think you also need to put aside emotion and hand credit were it is due. our late president Levi Mwanawasa started a serious development drive and one that was going to see Zambia among the countries to have most of the MDG’s met. yes the process has deteriorated but in some areas improved also. i seriously think our country needs to encourage agriculture to the smallholder famers so they can produce at a comparative advantage. is there anything being seen in this line? a little. The regional procument of fertilizer needs to get abit more action oriented and get to the ground. time is money.

  2. PRESIDENT BANDA, YOU NEARLY MADE ME VOMIT TO KNOW HOW EASY ITS BEEN TO SHUFFLE YOUR MINISTERS THAN THE ASPIRATION OF PEOPLE. IF THERE IS PEACE IN ZAMBIA WHY SO MANY POLICE OFFICERS BLOCKING ROADS.IS IT DIFFICULT TO STOP YOU OFFICERS FROM TORTURING THE PEOPLE THAT GAVE YOU A VOTE? WHY CIRCUMCISE OFFICER WHO ARE RAPING YOUNG WOMEN IN EXCHANGE OF FREEDOM.I WOULDNT DO A JOB WERE NO SINGLE SOUL CAN SAY THANK YOU.BOTH YOU,SATA AND MANY I CAN NAME HANDS OFF ZAMBIA.

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