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President Mwanawasa’s letter from the Grave

President Mwanawasa’s letter from the Grave

1949 ViewsIts the 10th Anniversary since President Levy Patrick Mwanawasa passed on. He is the only one that wrote his detailed Will, and a video portion to be shown on national television to the World immediately after his death. He also penned this letter to be read after his death. My people, I tried to […]

Consequences of interaction of technologies and educational process

816 ViewsBy Emma Rundle Students need the ability to speak up for themselves, show what they expect from the class and who are they interested in. Personalized learning assists in developing creative and analytic thinking. These are so-called “old fashioned” methods in education. Today’s public, who can’t live without internet access, messengers, and on-demand researchers in […]

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Maids stole Ex-First Lady’s blouses and beer

1114 ViewsTwo maids and a gardener in Zambia have pleaded guilty to stealing clothes and beer belonging to the widow of former President Michael Sata. Christine Kaseba took maids Stella Michelo and Eusibia Malambo and gardener Zachariah Mulama to court for stealing seven blouses, a dress and a pack of Heineken valued at $500 (£390) […]

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Ng’andu Peter Magande’s Book out

589 ViewsFormer Minister of Finance and National Planning Ng’andu Peter Magande’s memoir book titled “The Depth of My Footprints” is out. Prior to it’s publication Zambian Eye run a number of excepts of the book to promote the good educative and inspiration work the Author had done. Magande announced Wednesday evening, August 9, 2018 that […]

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DG Bwalya tribalism allegation shocked Magande, causing him lifelong illness, hypertension

941 ViewsNg’andu Peter Magande from the Depth of his footprints writes: “The bank was undertaking a number of initiatives in line with the policies of the new government. As some of the plans and measures were far-reaching and involved large numbers of staff, for example, the early retirement package, my management felt that it was […]

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From the depth of my footprints: Chiluba never honoured his promise

1059 Views“With my experience in project planning, public finance, and development banking, I found the work at the largest commercial bank exciting but relatively easy. Huge sums of money were made on daily basis as customers who brought their money for safe-keeping were charged interest. In the lending portfolio, the Zambian Government was a captive […]

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From The Depth of My Footprints: As he opened a door to a room, I came face-to-face with President Chiluba

1669 Views“With so many interest groups to accommodate, it took some time for President Chiluba to complete the formation of his new administration after the October 1991 elections. Many of my associates visited Government House on Leopards Hill Road, opposite the Chrismar Hotel, where President Chiluba was camped, to solicit and lobby for jobs. A […]

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From The Depth of My Footprints: The 1990 coup d’etat

2220 ViewsBy Ng’andu Peter Magande “On 30 June 1990, Lt. Luchembe Mwamba with others organized a coup d’etat to seize governmental power by military force while President Kaunda was on the Copperbelt to open the International Trade Fair in Ndola. As we peeped through windows, we saw hundreds of jubilant young people marching past our […]

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Food shortages, declining economy led to rise of strong opposition – Magande

1013 ViewsShortages of essential commodities including food sparked riots in the capital, Lusaka with people dying, says former Minister of Finance Ng’andu Peter Magande. In one of the excepts of his book From the Depth of My Footprints, Magande says the food shortage riots instigated by University of Zambia made people think of an alternative […]

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Magande talks about his time at Lima Bank, how he was invited to join MMD

867 Views “The responsibilities at Lima Bank gave me another opportunity to visit the various parts of the country to discuss real and local issues. I revisited some of the projects I’d initiated while at the Ministry of Rural Development in the seventies. I was a recognizable figure even in the rural areas of the […]

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