IMF Names Representatives To Zambia
The International Monetary Fund has finally named a new representative to Zambia, two years after the post was vacated.
This development signals possible improvement of relations between the IMF and Zambia that is seeking a suspension of interest payments on Eurobonds for six months.
The appointment of Preya Sharma, a special assistant to the director of the lender’s Africa department, comes after the government asked Alfredo Baldinito leave in 2018.
Sharma has not yet relocated to Lusaka due to travel disruptions amid the pandemic.
In Other News: UPND Sesheke MP Romeo Kangombe arrested
Police in Lusaka have picked up UPND Sesheke MP Romeo Kangombe, and are taking him to Muchinga province for questioing.
Romeo Kan’gombe last night announced on his Facebook page that the Police had sent his lawyers a call out to appear at…learn more