Dora Siliya
Dora Siliya

Minister of Information and Broadcasting Services Dora Siliya has called on journalists in the country to work together and safeguard their profession.

Ms. Siliya says there is need for journalists to ensure that professional and dedicated officers are separated from masqueraders, if they are to earn the respect and confidence from the general public.

Ms. Siliya who is also Chief Government Spokesperson, has appealed to journalists to set standards for themselves and not allow anyone else to do so for them.

She was speaking at a Consultative Meeting for journalists in Lusaka this morning.

The meeting which attracted a cross section of journalists and other stakeholders was held under the theme, The Future of Journalism in Zambia: How Do we Protect the Profession.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. The Future of Journalism in Zambia: How Do we Protect the Profession.

    No I disagree with the theme. It should have read: The Future of Journalism in Zambia: How Do we Protect our marriages. Many Journalists in Zambia cant protect their marriages and I think this is a bigger priority than their profession.

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    • You have the CV to help these young ones. They are never made the same way you were made. No wonder all they know is GALU WATCHERS in ZAMBIA, a TRIBAL Galu Watching tabloid of FAKE NEWS. Good Job Honorable Dora.

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  2. Journalists compete with each other for news so they can’t work together otherwise news will be the same everywhere and boring like znbc, times and daily mail.

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  3. Dora, just shut up and continue enjoying your status while it lasts. You will one day be called to account for your deeds!

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