The Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) closed the year 2014 on a sad note following the death of its board member Mrs Joyce Mbaza who was put to rest on 19th December, 2014 at Lusaka’s Mutumbi cemetery.
The church is training election monitors on the use of the Parallel Voter Tabulation (PVT) as a monitoring tool for the forth-coming presidential elections set for 20th January, 2015.
It was an exciting moment for the children who graduated from Ndeleni Early Childhood Learning Centre a Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) / Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) Joint project.
Church leaders of the Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) member churches have attributed illegal mining of manganese in Mansa to lack of regulation of the mining activities.
PRESIDENT Michael Sata had a unique charming language which every ordinary citizen understood, says the Council of Churches in Zambia.
FIRST Lady Christine Kaseba for the second time on Thursday joined mourners at the Lusaka Showgrounds, the designated venue for President Sata’s mourning.
The church has been thanked for the love and support shown to the first family following the death of His Excellence President Michael Chilufya Sata.
The Lusaka Women’s Fellowship of the Local Council of Churches (LCC) donated goods worth over K3,400 to Lusaka’s Chimbokaila Prison male section to commemorate the year 2014, 16 days of activism against gender based violence.
The church in Zambia has expressed its sadness following the death of the country’s president, Michael Chilufya Sata. President Sata died on Tuesday October 28, while undergoing medical treatment in a hospital in London.
Zambia is privileged to have had Presidents who have confessed to be Christians, the Council of Churches in Zambia has said.