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A team of experts responsible for resolving the dispute

Experts from the two countries have been in Pweto at the border since last Friday with the aim of updating the border for the part of their border between the Moero and Tanganyika lakes, whose route is still controversial. The area is regularly the scene of clashes between the Congolese and Zambian armies. as reported from…

resignation of outgoing President Edgar Lungus

In the aftermath of the opposition's victory in Zambia, the former ruling party Patriotic Front suffered a series of defections. Several members slammed the door to outgoing President Edgar Lungu's party after his defeat to opponent Hakainde Hichilema. And according to some analysts, the storm has just begun. Among the…

Zambia’s new president promises “better democracy” in his

Zambian incumbent President Hakainde Hichilema on Monday cracked down on the South African country's outgoing "brutal regime" while promising "better democracy" in his debut speech to the nation, hours after winning the top job in a landslide. Speaking shortly after his predecessor Edgar Lungu admitted defeat, the business magnate and veteran opposition leader said…

Hakainde Hichilema, the president’s everlasting opponent

Zambia has a new president. Hakainde Hichilema, 59, married father of 3 children, must be invested head of state next Tuesday. The nickname HH or Bally, the longtime political opponent, was widely elected on August 12 with almost one million votes in advance and a strong turnout over incumbent President Edgard Lungu according to the election commission.…

the new president Hakainde Hichilema faces the challenges

According to more than 2.8 million votes according to the final result of the first round, Hakainde Hichilema was elected the seventh president of Zambia. Zambians have raised their voices to this businessman, nicknamed "HH", largely for his promise to turn the economy around. From now on, the new head of state must meet voters' expectations.…

Zambian opposition leader Hichilema wins

In the bitterly disputed presidential election in Zambia, business magnate and veteran opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema won a landslide. After a campaign dominated by the country's economic misery and marked by sporadic violence, Hichilema received 2,810,757 votes against 1,814,201 President Edgar Lungu, according to near-final results. Lungu acknowledged the defeat and said he congratulated "my brother ... Hichilema on becoming the seventh Republican president." In a national television address,…

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