PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema says Zambia needs to catch up with some countries in the SADC region with regards to the delivery of social services. Delivering his maiden speech at the 42nd Ordinary Summit of the SADC Heads of State in Kinshasa DRC, Wednesday, President Hichilema said the country had started out well but receded, hence the need to catch up with countries which were performing well in terms of delivery of social services. “I wish to emphasise that as a regional body, SADC vision 2050, we continue to subscribe to as Zambia and obviously the regional indicative strategic development plan 2023 to 2030 which stands on the three critical pillars which we all know better than myself as the new…...

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