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To all citizens of the Republic of Zambia: Approximately one year ago, Zambian voters went out to the polls to exercise their democratic right to suffrage to select new leadership.  Just one year later, these same constitutional and internationally recognized rights to free and fair association, political competition, and freedom of expression are under threat […]

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By Roy Clarke Last Saturday saw the return of Sparkling Margaret, with a bottle of Naughty Girl Sparkling Rose in each hand.           ‘Good gracious,’ I said, as we all sat down on the veranda, ‘It must be seven years since you went back to Australia. Why did you leave us? It wasn’t because you […]

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By Roy Clarke   The country representatives in the UN General Assembly were dozing as yet another world leader came to the end of a long rambling discourse on the rule of law, a subject he was never willing to discuss in his home country.           But then suddenly, and most surprisingly, things began to perk […]

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The Foundation for Democratic Process (FODEP) says there is need for government to follow the law and procedure when making decisions. Speaking in an interview with ZANIS today, FODEP Executive Director, Macdonald Chipenzi, said government should have changed the Road Development Agency Act before transferring RDA from the Ministry of Transport to State House in […]

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WE AS THE PEOPLE OF BAROTSELAND AND BAROTSE YOUTH HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH 24TH OF OCTOBER INDEPENDENCE AND WE DESCRIBE IT AS A DARK DAY FOR THE PEOPLE OF BAROTSELAND. ITS A DAY WHEN BLACK TO BLACK COLONIZATION STARTED WHEN ANYONE HAD NOTHING TO SAY AGAINST GRZ’S BETRAYAL OF BAROTSE PEOPLE,AS THEY WERE ARRESTED,TORTURED,KILLED […]

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Enemy of the People

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By Roy Clerk The judge leant forward towards the prosecutor. ‘What is the charge against this man?’           ‘The first charge, M’Lord, is that he was found walking down Addis Ababa Avenue on the right hand side of the road instead of the left.’           The judge now turned to the accused. ‘Mr Wakunguma Munukuyumbwa, […]

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7th September, 2012 HIS EXCELLENCY MR. MICHAEL CHILUFYA SATA, President of the Republic of Zambia REF: ILLEGAL OCCUPATION OF BAROTSELAND BY ZAMBIA CONTRARY TO THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION NUMBER 276 (1970) Reference is made to the above subject matter. It is well known fact that Zambia’s successive administrations including the current P.F government […]

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A prominent Choma Businessman Simalongo Siachona has called upon the Patriotic Front Government to consider  repossessing Choma Milling Company Limited which was privatized by the MMD regime. Mr. Siachona claims the milling company is no longer serving the intended purpose of its existence and expectation of the local people in the area. He contends that […]

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The Unification Church Zambia is having a Memorial Service for worldwide founder Rev. Dr. Sun Myung Moon who passed on 3rd September 2012 in Seoul, South Korea. This service will be held in same day in South Korea, all around the World as well as in Lusaka, Zambia. Many dignitaries such as members of parliament, […]

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It is very clear that our colleagues in the opposition UPND are creating a hullabaloo over nothing because the events or circumstances leading to the cancellation of their Kanyama rally are clear. Our colleagues always seem to be basing their actions on very poor legal advice. It would therefore, not do for Mr. Hakainde Hichilema […]

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