Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba has urged the National Prosecutions Authority (NPA) to take to court only cases where there is a 90 percent chance of success.
Mr Kabimba also counselled the NPA to set out strategies by putting in place an efficient and timely justice delivery system in Zambia.
He said the PF government remained committed to decentralising the justice delivery system by deploying state advocates in all districts under the NPA.
He was speaking in Lusaka yesterday when he inducted six members of the NPA board to be chaired by Mutembo Nchito.
Mr Kabimba also noted the need to strengthen the Legal Aid Board in order to help with the dispensation of justice for the majority poor.
The NPA Act number 34 of 2010 transformed the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions into the NPA with the view to speeding up the disposal of criminal cases in Zambia.
Other members of the NPA include Joseph Akafumba, Trevor Kaunda, Velepi Mtonga, Kelly Mwanamwale, Dean Mwansa and Mbololwa Muyaba.