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Reckless spending in the name of national security

Reckless spending in the name of national security

603 ViewsIt was interesting to hear how the vice president, Hon. Inonge Wina, avoided responding to questions in parliament on how much has been spent on jets and the sources of those funds. Her excuse was the usual and ambiguous national security. It was also disappointing see the deputy speaker Catherine Namugala deliberately restrict follow […]

Are we living under a curse?

1343 ViewsBy Martin Mwango Before I write anything allow me to quote 1 Timothy 5. 19-20 “Do not admit a charge against an elder except on the evidence of two or three witnesses.” Lord, at this time in our country we have witnessed many scandals committed by some of our elders who are living in […]

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Opinion: UPND successfully uses the church to kill the dialogue process

1836 ViewsI want to comment on the loud silence of stakeholders on the dialogue process. Its been months now, the national momentum and progress made in the national political dialogue process has been lost in translation. It is suffice to say that the much talked about dialogue process has DIED A NATURAL DEATH. Just as […]

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It is shameful to blame HH or social media for kwacha depreciation

1216 ViewsIt is typical of failures to blame others and PF is showing this at all angles from the economy to students in mourning. We have heard nonsensical sentiments from Lubinda Haabazoka, Sunday Chanda and the Minister of Finance claiming that people’s public comments and social media posts are affecting the Kwacha. What in the […]

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Zambian ‘vuvuzelas’ must respect the legend

2121 ViewsA crucial football match like the one we had against Guinee Bissau can be a very emotional experience. The tension towards the end of the game caused by the rare mistake by Mweene, causing us to concede heightened the tension. The frustration was normal but to castigate Mweene for that was not only disrespectful […]

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UPND parliamentarians are intelligent

1777 ViewsWatching and listening to Mazabuka Central UPND parliamentarian, Garry Nkombo and his Kalomo Central counterpart Harry Kamboni respectively make a contribution on the recent national budget makes you see the difference in the caliber of MPs between the UPND and Patriotic Front ones. For those that haven’t seen the video of Garry Nkombo, well […]

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Government has always ignored criticism on police brutality, they should own the blame

1124 ViewsThe death of Vespers has climaxed the problem of police brutality that the government has been warned about many times. It is at a time where the President has failed to directly address this incident neither has he communicated directly with the grieving family. That is the so called humility by PF standards, unfortunately. […]

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Zambia’s journey to Chinese slavery and colonization

1109 ViewsSo much has been said past weeks about a possible takeover of our great country, Zambia by the Chinese, an impossible thing to imagine, there has been the issue of Chinese policemen, then Chinese nationals seen driving state owned Zesco vehicles, could this be a sign that we are already bought as a people, […]

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Open letter to the President of Zambia

1121 ViewsRe: Leadership Incompetence, And Abnormal Hyper Corruption Within PF Governance Dear Your Excellency President Mr. Edger C. Lungu, As Winston Churchill once said “Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen”. Your Excellency Mr. President, things are not good in the […]

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Opinion: Lungu should fire Nkandu Luo, enough is enough

1015 ViewsAs a former student leader who is adequately familiar with the sufferings and problems that many students face both those on government sponsorship and on self sponsorship. I want to say that I am deeply anguished by the death of a female student Vespers Shimuzhila a 4th year in the school of education, at […]

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