14 June 2015
By Bennet Simbeye –
ZAMBIANS living in South Africa have asked the Government to work out a mechanism that allows citizens living outside the country to acquire land for investment without facing difficulties.
Meanwhile, President Edgar Lungu has assured that the Government will take to Parliament the non-contentious issues contained in the Draft Constitution and that dual citizenship that many Zambians living abroad have asked for is among the clauses.
A clergyman based in South Africa, David Mamba, said land acquisition remained a challenge and that it could help if the Lands Ministry could set up a desk for people in the Diaspora to access land back home.
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