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Why is HH defending mines instead of defending Zambians?

Why is HH defending mines instead of defending Zambians?

164 ViewsBy Antonio Mwanza HH says The Mines can’t wait to have him as President because he has promised them that he will revert to VAT and so that the mines can continue getting the lavish VAT – refunds. One would have thought that as a leader of the biggest opposition political party Mr Hakainde […]

30-60-10 Upper-Income Economic Theory: Enshrining Zambian prosperity and happiness

659 ViewsBy Charles Mwewa In the next 50 years, Africa will be the new global economic leader. This will be, notably, the most sustainable economic paradigm shift the world has ever witnessed. This is not mere presumption or a dream, global indicators are in every place. For the start, the rise of Africa is poised to […]

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The cowardice of PF is clear for all Zambians to see

1,409 ViewsIt all started with the most scandalous election in our history in 2016, followed by a series of questionable court rulings and blatant constitutional breaches. Then we had the most comical treason case in humanity. Today we have a divided nation which has resulted in discrimination in the civil service, curtailed freedoms, abuse of […]

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Real economic development

572 ViewsMost Zambians cannot say they have a decent job, secure education for their children and access medication. Jobs are the only magic that any Government should be allowed to boast about. If you borrow more than US$1 billion per year as PF have done, with no jobs to show, then something is wrong. People […]

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ZCID too insignificant to derail dialogue

842 ViewsThe Church as the leaders of the dialogue process should find a way of side stepping the tricks by ZCID of frustrate the process. ZCID is an organisation whose board members represent all political parties and it is therefore ludicrous for them to stand against the needs of the very parties they represent, unless […]

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Violence should not be taught in classrooms

731 ViewsBy Sir Frank Peters It’s amazing how un-hinged society can become if you don’t pay attention to the smaller details and address them appropriately. Take for example violence in society. The majority of God-loving, God-fearing inhabitants of society (99.9%) detest and abhor violence. They’re all unanimous in thought that such barbaric actions could not […]

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“Civil Servants are the ones benefiting from FISP”

1,337 ViewsI am a concerned Zambian citizen who would like to know how the Farmer Input Support Programe (FISP) ‘NOW’ works. Here where I am, I have come to notice that the majority of beneficiaries are Civil Servants instead of the intended farmers. The reason for my concern is that I remember the then Minister […]

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Lessons from the DRC elections

1,335 ViewsThey have created a momentum in the region. Parties to stop allowing presidents handpick candidates but allow the Democratic process take its course. More lessons are that opinions polls in Africa are still unreliable but good experiments to continue trying. Further, Africa needs to invest more in efficiency and timely result management systems to […]

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The shameful extra-judicial killing record of Davies Mwila, Steven Kampyongo and Kakoma Kanganja

2,392 Views The people the police have killed have loved ones. Some were yet to go to trial and others were innocent bystanders. We can’t continue to disrespect life in this manner. Even after death they are denied a government apology, an independent investigation or compensation. In the cases below, there is no indication that […]

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Boiling water

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Boiling water

665 ViewsI am in the capital city of a so-called middle-income country and the advice is all tap water should be boiled? In 2019 ? Guys if this is not a disgrace, then I do not know what this is. I am not in my home village kwa Mutamba, Chief Chitimukulu, Mungwi District, Northern Province. […]

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