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Letter From The ZANE President

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Fellow Zambians & Friends in the ZANE community,

It has been my distinct honor and joy to serve ZANE and the ZANE community the last 7+ years.

Now that the election date has been formally set — and having served 2 terms as President, I would like to officially state that I will not be standing in the upcoming 2015 ZANE Elections for re-election.

It is important that we have individuals in our community come up & register their candidacy for all the (open) executive positions including that of ZANE President. In addition, we need volunteers to serve on the Independent Election Board (IEB) to help oversee our democratic & electoral process.

Continuity for coherent leadership is key for this great and growing organization. We need ZANE to continue playing its vital part in our community.

Beyond our community, we also have Partners & Friends of ZANE who seek the ‘Zambian’ & ‘African’ support in this part of the country, the Northeast of the United States. ZANE continues to grow from just a small community organization to a large community organization in the Diaspora, as well as in Zambia; hence my call on you – the ZANE community, for your utmost consideration to serve on the Board of ZANE by being a candidate in the upcoming 2015 ZANE Elections.

Thank you once again for all your support and may we all continue to support ZANE. I thank God for giving me & my family the grace to serve you and our partners & friends all these years.

May our good Lord continue to guide and grow this organization.

Thank you,
K. Kaweza
ZANE President

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  1. Kwanga Jan 28, 2015


    Thank you for contacting ZANE. Unfortunately, we do not have the password. We suggest you contact ZNBC directly.


  2. Mashmallow Jan 20, 2015

    I desperately want to access ZNBC TV live stream from here in Namibia. What password should I use? Is there subscription required?
    Kind regards


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