The nail biting appointment process that hopefuls feel is going on painfully slow has had a new addition in former Information Minister Joseph Katema who has been sworn in as new Chiefs and Traditional Affairs Minister.
Republican President, Edgar Lungu swore in Dr. Katema together with newly appointment appointed Commerce Minister Margaret Mwanakatwe, State House Deputy Minister, Mulenga Sata, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Kakoma Kanganja and Zambia Air force Deputy Commander, and Major David Muma.
President Lungu has been shaking up the government make up since assuming office after winning the January, 20 elections.
The process is getting nervy for many who fear for their jobs as some new comers are thrown in the mix.
Former Special Assistant to the President for Press and Public Relations George Chellah has joined the queue of casualties so far.