THE nation's focus for the next fortnight will be firmly on the National Dialogue Forum (NDF) which commences formal proceedings in Lusaka today.
The forum will run until May 6 at the Mulungushi International Conference Centre.
The forum is a creation of the Constitution, Electoral Process, Public Order and Political Parties Act of 2019 assented to by President Edgar Lungu after Parliament passed it this month.
The forum would sit for 10 days beginning Friday, with the possibility of an extension, to address key thematic areas.
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