GOVERNMENT says while it respects the Catholic Bishops’ view that the fight against corruption is not yielding desired results, it believes that tremendous progress has been made. And Presidential Spokesperson Anthony Bwalya says President Hakainde Hichilema will most likely seek an audience with the Catholic Bishops over the concerns recently raised. On Friday, the Zambia Conference of Catholic Bishops (ZCCB) raised concern about a number of issues in the country, among them, the lack of medicines in health facilities, high poverty levels, moral decay, unemployment levels, and lack of convictions in corruption cases. The Catholic Bishops argued that the lack of convictions made the fight against corruption appear as political persecution. In an interview on the same, Bwalya assured that…...

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