Zambia’s President Hakainde Hichilema has come under attack from the opposition because of his frequent trips abroad. Hichilema on Wednesday made his ninth foreign trip since taking office in August. His latest trip is a two-day visit to South Africa for talks with his counterpart Cyril Ramaphosa as well as attending a book launch. But, the BBC reports that the opposition Socialist Party has questioned the trip after his meeting with Ramaphosa was described as a courtesy call.
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