Nov. 9 major Zambian media outlets

The following are news highlights in Zambia's major media outlets on Wednesday.

Zambian President Edgar Lungu
Zambian President Edgar Lungu

— Zambian President Edgar Lungu said some African countries are at war because political leaders have failed to respect their constitutional term limits.

Lungu said lack of respect for constitutionalism and the rule of law was a major cause of conflicts and instability in Africa. (Zambia Daily Mail)

— The Zambian government has advised African governments to allocate more funding to the agriculture sector to spur sustainable economic growth and reduce poverty for the majority of the people.

Minister of Agriculture Dora Siliya said as part of the commitment to transforming agriculture and making it the mainstay for economic development, African governments needed to allocate enough resources towards agriculture development. (Zambia Daily Mail)

— Zambia’s corruption watchdog has launched investigations into the alleged gross misconduct and financial mismanagement by two senior officials at the country’s soccer governing body.

Richard Kazala, Football Association of Zambia vice-president and Blackwell Siwale, were last week suspended by the association’s president for alleged financial and gross misconduct. (Daily Nation) Enditem

Source: Xinhua/

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