PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema says government wants the local community to proportionately benefit millions of dollars through hunting concessions, rather than a company earning $10 million while locals only get $25,000. The President was speaking during this year’s Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa-speaking people of Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique in Katete, Eastern Province, Saturday, where he was joined by his Malawian counterpart Dr Lazarus Chakwera and their wives. President Hichilema said Cabinet would at its next meeting discuss ways of making sure that all future hunting concessions were in partnership with the local communities. “Kalonga Gawa Undi, we want to confirm that the mining cadastre is closed to address the exact issues you have raised here to make sure that…...

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