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Zambia versus Costa Rica: Offside or Not

Zambia versus Costa Rica: Offside or Not

By Joseph Chibwe Listening to debates that has erupted after the nullification of Partson Daka’s goal and consequently went down by a goal at the hand of Costa Rica, I have decided to be a football Judge and here is my verdict without any adjournment;- WHAT IS AN OFF SIDE IN FOOTBALL? A player is […]

Cite PF attack ‘dogs’ for contempt, HH’s lawyers urged

By David Zulu There are increasing calls from a cross section of citizens that the incarcerated UPND President’s lawyers must cause a judicial process to cite Mumbi Phiri, Sunday Chanda, Kennedy Kamba, Bowman Lusambo and Emmanuel Mwamba to court for contempt. The five have used every available opportunity to comment and even predict the outcome […]

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HH treason… judicial review will be nice

By Maurice Makulu Magistrate Simusamba deserves credit. Actually, he has given the defence what they wanted… to go to high court on preliminary issues, not trial. Them wanted for constitution preliminary issues, he denies them that and sends them for administrative preliminary issues. Not bad. It’s very good actually. I love it. Now there is […]

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980 deaths in 3 weeks at UTH, Govt must explain this!

Zambians for once, can we at least get an explanation from the Ministry of Health on how 980 people died at UTH in 3 weeks? Can we stand together as a nation to be considered as citizens who deserve to know what happened at UTH and possibly fix the problem to avoid such high deaths? […]

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The speech that shook the White House: President Kaunda of the Republic of Zambia

Mr. President, Mrs. Ford, brothers and sisters: I first want to express my deep appreciation and gratitude for inviting me to visit Washington, D.C. I also thank you, the Government, and the people of the United States for their warm welcome and the kind hospitality given to my wife and I and the entire Zambian […]

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Magistrate Malumani’s professional misconduct

Dear editor,Magistrate Greenwell Malumani mislead the nation when he found the incarcerated UPND leader, Hakainde Hichilema, with the case to answer.  The trial judge erred both in fact and law as the public perceived him to have proved the accused guilty of the offence beyond reasonable doubt. This explains why he had the accused put […]

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The religious industrial complex: Its all about the money

Bishops Joshua Banda and Joe Imakando represents the old and tired religious system with nothing new to offer. Sheppard Bushiri and other young preachers aka “prophets” represent something new and fresh. It may not be “real”. It may actually be fake. But it’s evident that people are buying into whatever they are selling. That scares […]

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Pentecostal Gospel Traders

Yona Musukwa writes:   Pentecostal Gospel Traders have run amok. They are all over fighting and threatening to assault each other. You know these gospel entrepreneurs like fancy and shiny things.   They like making fancy but meaningless declarations. Can you imagine they are calling their silly and petty fighting; a SPIRITUAL WAR.   “It’s […]

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Obasanjo’s Hypocrisy on Zambian politics

Dear editor, It’s sheer hypocrisy for General Olasiguni Obasanjo, a former military dictator, for intuiting that President Edgar Lungu is a dictator. President Lungu, unlike Gen.Obansanjo, who first came to power via a coup, was democratically elected, and upholds the tenets of democracy and respects the rule of law. Obasanjo should not even serve as […]

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75% Electricity Tariff hike

By Hjoe Moono Following the approval of the 75% increase in electricity tariffs, I have heard on radio and TV, and even read in the newspapers that government is warning manufacturers and business houses not to adjust their prices upwards in light of the increase in electricity tariffs. The Minister of Energy, Hon. David Mabumba […]

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