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A Clean Lusaka, what’s the backup plan?

256 ViewsBy Hope Nyambe In a move that was gallantly orchestrated by His Excellency the President of the Republic of Zambia, Mr. Edgar Chagwa Lungu, the Zambian Army move into the heart of Lusaka City Centre, ridding it of decades of unplanned temporal structures located on any available space of the city centre. It is […]

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Kalaba will challenge Edgar Lungu’s leadership

332 Views By Dr. Sishuwa Sishuwa On 2 January 2018, Minister of Foreign Affairs Harry Kalaba resigned his Cabinet position in protest against the ‘swelling levels of greed and corruption’ under President Edgar Lungu’s watch. Kalaba, 41, also criticised the government’s preference for outsiders over Zambians in relation to business opportunities and the growing marginalisation […]

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Opinion: What is stopping HH from becoming President of Zambia?

265 ViewsBy Isaac M. Mwanza Everyone running for the office of the President in Zambia is capable of becoming a President, at one time or another. So, what is it that has kept HH away from winning and taking over the reigns of power in Zambia? Or maybe the question should be why does HH […]

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Zambia’s excessive debt greatest threat to economic and political stability

82 ViewsBy Kalima Nkonde President Lungu lashed out at all critics of excessive government borrowing and vowed to continue borrowing during his recent visit to Garden compound on tour of  cholera affected areas. “When we borrow, we do not borrow to eat but to improve people’s living standards, so those who say we can’t borrow, […]

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Call for a disability inclusive cholera response program

129 Views I call upon the Ministry of Health, Lusaka City Council and the Joint Defense Forces to ensure that the measures that they have laid out to prevent the outbreak of Cholera are sensitive to diversity and fabric that exits within our community. Our communities have Persons with Disabilities and they must be part […]

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South Africa: Girl died at Prophet Mboro’s church?

98 ViewsBy Leo Igwe An incredible thing happened at the Incredible Happenings Ministries in South Africa: The Girl Died. A sick child that the mother brought for healing passed away at the premises of this church. The report says that the controversial South African preacher Paseka Motsoeneng, self-styled Prophet Mboro was holding the girl when […]

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24 Views As I woke up this morning as usual I reached for my phone to check and go through PF blogs for news, updates and postings. Yesterday the whole of kopala was full of news of some reshuffles at cabinet level and the vibe was I must say high. Well, I’m not qualified enough […]

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32 ViewsBy Chilufya Tayali I have read many comments, including the reaction of Mulusa on his firing and I take notable ones, like the one coming from my sister Pamela Chisanga. Pamela said, “Mulusa was exceptional, because let’s face it, we are at a point in our nation’s history where integrity is in short supply, […]

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28 ViewsScience has come to the forefront to scream in a loud voice that corporal punishment isn’t in the long-term interest of children “We are saying that (corporal punishment) is a horrible thing that does not work” – Professor of Psychology Alan Kazdin, Ph.D., Child Psychiatry at Yale University By Sir Frank Peters Seemingly, it’s […]

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77 ViewsKalani Muchima Journalist working for a privately owned Prime Television writes: I saw Lucky Mulusa in his darkest moments. Lucky was always at my work place asking for coverage and i could do just that. I could bring him on programs as i continued advising him of what to do to remain in public […]

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