Government says that Sex adverts are illegal


Health Minister Dr Chilufya
Health Minister Dr Chilufya
GOVERNMENT says it does not approve of advertisements of medicines purported to be cures for HIV/AIDS, claims for enlargement of male sexual organs and women’s hips.

Minister of Health Chitalu Chilufya said in Parliament yesterday Government has not verified any claims of an HIV/AIDS cure and medicines for changing the status of body organs but has advised all stakeholders with such claims, including traditional health practitioners, to voluntarily take their commodities to the ministry for research to determine their efficacy.

Dr Chilufya was responding to a question by Luangeni member of Parliament Charles Zulu (PF), who wanted to know if Government approves of the advertising of such claims.
He said that people with such claims are generally unwilling to take their products to the ministry for assessment.

“The Zambia Medicines Regulatory Authority (ZAMRA) has been undertaking a number of activities to curtail the practice in order to protect the public. Although the practice is still on-going, there has been a major reduction in advertising in print and electronic media,” Dr Chilufya said.

He said the Zambia Daily Mail, Times of Zambia and some radio stations in Lusaka and Copperbelt have already stopped advertising such claims in response to the directive issued by the ZAMRA.

“However, some smaller media houses are yet to comply,” Dr Chilufya said.

He said the ministry will soon present to Parliament the Traditional Medicines Bill, which would harmonise traditional, complementary and alternative medicine practices and behaviours and provide a legal framework to regulate the practice, including the advertising of such claims.

And Dr Chilufya says the Sondashi Formula is still subject to research and that once anything relevant is done, the nation will be informed.

He said this in response to a follow-up question by Mr Zulu, who wanted to know what the ministry has done about the locally developed medicine.


  1. +6

    “how big do you want to be?” Well I choose anaconda size for sure!!! Right? Imagine the look on your girl-friend’s face when you whip-out your new Anaconda!

    • +1

      These PF are busy ukulinganya amapulli. 20 more days before sanity is restored in parliament.

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      Why bother about sex adverts when Lungu and his PF satanists are killing and imprisoning Zambians? PF are masters of triviality!

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      What about#Mumbi Phiri?

      By Monday another PF vuvuzela will come back from lalaland & yap the opposite direction that “§x adverts are welcome”. There is no consistence with everything PF says & does. Its a chimpantepante syndrome.
      How much is mealie meal?
      Baloba ilya uma!
      The Skeleton Key

  2. +1

    No matter how often women reassure men that size does not matter, men still can’t help craving bigger ones.

  3. vote

    What matters are number of rounds and for how long, NOT the size of *****. You can have a bigger one and just do one round and for a minute only, do you think you can satisfy a woman ?

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    Nosedemon, Hazaluza Hagain, and it is good that we are enjoying peace now! God bless Zambia! The Health Minister is saying sensible and positive things but this ignorant party its low level thinking supporters can’t see sense! What a tragedy of an Under Five Clinic Party and its offshoots of ignorance!

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    A real story is told of Sonny Liston the exheavyweight boxer. Once, while training for a fight against Ali, he solicited a popular beautiful prostitute and paid the amount she sought in advance. Once in the hotel room and Mr Liston popped out, She screamed “oh no you can have your damn money back!” He insisted she had agreed to a contract a forcefully proceeded after which she ended up in hospital traumatically injured. Surely thats not the experience most women dream of is it? Use what you have creatively not as a weapon!

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    Maybe before talking about any se’x adverts the PF must look at its two stinking se’x billboards of Dora Slit and Kan’yo Mumbitious-Phiri. The monumentous Luo one is expired though still tried to fit in children’s cloths using Vaseline to wriggle in leaving disgusting chunks of rinkled flesh hanging out like the “mitambo ya nama ye futile”.

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