PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema says he has noticed a trend where Ministers and Permanent Secretaries are pulling in different directions. And President Hichilema has expressed concern that tenders are still being issued at a high cost despite the directive issued that any procurement in government must be at the right price and quality. Meanwhile, Swedish Ambassador to Zambia Johan Hallenborg has welcomed reforms aimed at strengthening democracy and human rights, saying Zambia is on the right track. Speaking when he swore in Permanent Secretaries for the Ministry of Mines and Minerals Development, Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry, and Ministry of Energy, Friday, President Hichilema also said there’s too much corruption at the mining cadastre department, revealing that some people get…...

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