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Drops of water

Drops of water

Recently, when I was going to bed after using my bathroom, I started hearing sound of drops of water from the tap in slow successions, but since it was dropping into an empty bucket, I decided to let it be. But, alas! When I woke up the next morning, around 5 a.m., the bucket was […]

Rebuttal of Dickson Jere’s “Mumba Yachi – A victim of the Lenshina ghost?”

By Eugene Makai Whatever his paternity and circumstances, what we are missing here in the matter of Shadrick Chite Mukenge aka Mumba Yachi, is the essence of the charges against him by the immigrations authorities – misrepresentation. Just because someone has roots in Zambia does not mean they are free to be foul of the […]

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Zambia don’t turn back the clock to the cruel, ignorant, archaic times

Corporal punishment makes sense only to the totally ignorant (those who know  no better), those not very good at teaching, the mentally disturbed or to masochists   It’s been proven over and over and over again that corporal punishment serves no useful purpose whatsoever and doesn’t aid in raising a child’s development or help to […]

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Have the women failed us?: A verdict on Zambia’s female leadership

By Richard W The efforts for women to take up leadership positions has not produced the desired results in Zambia where women make up 18% compared to South Africa and Rwanda where they make up 41.8% and 61.3% respectively in parliament (2014). Some will point to a cultural inertia that stops both men and women […]

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Mumba Yachi – A victim of the Lenshina ghost?

By Dickson Jere I am an ardent fan of Mumba Yachi’s music and have all his albums. His Afro-beat is clearly in his own class and league only comparable to the likes of the legend Fela Kuti. Not until his recent incarceration, I never thought he had issues with his citizenship. But what struck me […]

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Opinion: The much talked about dialogue in Zambia

First and foremost people should understand the agenda of this much talked about dialogue Secondly we Africans mostly believe that when the white people from Europe gets involved in an issue it is solved, particularly today i want to talk about this dialogue in Zambia today 2016 elections were not free and fair everyone in […]

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Dear editor, The GCE results are likely to be out next week any day but the bad news is that many people country wide failed more specially in Maths, Science and English. And we thought the ECZ are going to modulate or rather lowering the passing mark but non of this happened.  And on 9th […]

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Kambwili most hypocritical politician

Chishimba Kambwili is the most hypocritical political leader ever seen today.When he was eating at the govt plates he failed to defend Zambian workers especially servants and Miners but rather praised president Lungu leadership. Can a normal person today begin to believe Kambwili over his statements during prime TV interviews? Am Very surprised for CK […]

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Who is this Iris Kaingu Zambians are talking about?

Paxina Mumba writes: A friend of mine in Australia and Greece asked me who Iris is that a lot of Zambians are talking about. Let me copy their questions. Australia “What is all the hoo ha about Iris. It has gone viral”. Greece “Who is Iris that a lot of Zambians are crucifying”. So here […]

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Job openings: Lectures wanted

Coweth College is looking for four Lecturers at our Choma and Livingstone campuses. The applicants must have a minimum of a first Degree in Education with the following: 1. Degree in Secondary Education with a major in English  2. Degree in Secondary Education with a major in Mathematics. 3. Degree in Primary Education 4. Degree […]

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