With the filing of nominations by all presidential candidates completed, the Electoral Commission of Zambia(ECZ) will now proceed to print of Presidential ballot papers in Johannesburg, South Africa.
The Commission has met and briefed representatives of political in Lusaka today.
Public Relations Manager Chris Akufuna says the Commission has invited representatives of all Political parties, Media houses, the Church and Civil society organisations to monitor the process of printing of Ballot papers in South Africa.
He says some officers from ECZ leave for South Africa today, while the rest will leave on Sunday this week.
Mr Akufuna says others invited are officers from the Zambia Police Service, Anti Corruption Commission and the Drug Enforcement Agency.
Mr. Akufuna says the ECZ, wants to ensure that there is transparency in the whole process and hopes that ZNBC and other media houses will be updating the nation from South Africa.
And Mr. Akufuna has emphasized that registration of voters starts on Monday next week and will run up to January 3, 2015.
He says there is a list of six hundred centres in all the district and that those who have lost their voters cards need to have their National registration cards and a police report.
Mr. Akufuna has further explained that ECZ will hold four peace concerts in selected parts of the country namely Kitwe, Lusaka, Ndola and Livingstone .
He has appealed to all political parties to exercise tolerance, understanding and accommodating each other during campaigns and ensure that they abide by the Electoral code of conduct.