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Worsted Generation

2838 Views By Roy Manchishi Tearfully I drove to UTH mortuary to collect my Brother’s Body Who was found Dead after a Drink up. As I was being Attended to 3 Families came to do the same complaining on how their beloved once died from Alcohol abuse”found dead” I felt” comforted ” Because I felt […]

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Is politics a dirty game in Zambia?

763 ViewsBy Professor Geoffrey Lungwangwa, MP The term politics conveys different meanings to different people. To some, politics is public service in the national interest. In this view, political leaders are the voices of the voiceless grassroots people. The aspirations, hopes and dreams of the people for a better life are conveyed by the political […]

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Zambia needs more than just money

1318 ViewsBy Pilato A few years ago I watched anlistened to Mr. Felix Galamukani Banda and Mr. Chibamba Kanyama on TV speak about poverty and wealth creation. I must mention that I do not listen to motivational speakers for reasons I cannot share now but these two gentlemen struck me to the ground. They said […]

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Zimbabwe’s uneven democratic space

644 Views The clampdown of the democratic space by the government and its proxies is increasing. The proxies blocked a peaceful “Thank You Rally” by opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, arrested 78 female protesters in Victoria Falls, Obert Mpofu threatening a crackdown on any street protest in the capital, Central Intelligence Organisation and Military Intelligence circulating […]

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The case for reserved minerals corporation

380 ViewsBy Brian Mulenga There is something I think the government should look into and put into effect in order to put to rest the whole issue of taxes and mineral production. We have all sorts of allegations and all kinds of noises over the mines and taxation. I think we should implement a Reserved […]

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The Zambia we want to see in the next 10 years

464 ViewsA MUST READ LETTER FROM FIDELIS SOLOMON NGOMA To: *All CATHOLIC YOUTHS AND ORDINARY CITIZENS IN ZAMBIA MY COUNTRY* *REF: THE ZAMBIA WE WANT TO SEE IN THE NEXT 10 YEARS* Dear Friends in Christ, i send special greetings where ever you are, in the name of the father, Son and Holy Spirit.Amen. I […]

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Mnangagwa’s Commission of inquiry a cover-up

488 ViewsThe true colours and character of the inaugurated President Mnangagwa are coming to light. The unconstitutional act he did coming up with the 7 member Commission of inquiry “which includes his sister” (Vimbai Nyemba) without consulting the cabinet and also not appointing the relevant ministry to foresee the inquiry was unlawful. In my own opinion, Mnangagwa […]

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China, Africa Summit: We are foolishly giving our future to China

1223 ViewsBy Yona Musukwa China has invited (read summoned) leaders of its African colonies for the 7th Summit of the Forum on China – Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) scheduled for September 3 – 4, 2018 in Beijing. 47 African Presidents, managing the common affairs and interests of China in Africa will join Xi Jinping for the […]

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Mnangagwa is an iron fist in a velvet glove

951 ViewsZimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa won the election result court challenge against opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, MDC Aliiance. Since the elections were non-violent, but not free and fair, the violence erupted after the public questioned the result. We were optimistic, but should we remain optimistic while incumbents retain power. Levitsky and Way’s “four arenas of […]

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The dangers and shortcomings in the Patriotic Front party

1669 ViewsBy Fidelis Solomon Ngoma Objective conditions of democracy and incumbency have given birth to new sujective weaknesses on the party of the PF as the leader of the government business and society in general. In my view, there are three main shortcomings and dangers that have that continue to bedevil the PF post-2014 period, […]

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