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My fellow Easterners are being used by Sata to kill democracy

124 ViewsBy Fikizolo Daka There is something I have noticed about the current malicious happenings in our country. To be truthful and straight forward most of the people Mr Sata has used to execute his dictatorship activities, are mostly Easterners. I am saying this with facts on my finger tips. I am a full time […]

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Why Lubinda is silent?

230 ViewsBy Edmond Lifwekelo Each day that passes seems more likely to be drawing closer to Given Lubinda’s expulsion from the ruling Patriotic Front. But Lubinda has baffled many by his remaining quiet in the midst of serious accusations from party members about his disloyalty to the party. Why is Given Lubinda so quiet in […]

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Political Talk: Where did Zambia go wrong?

142 ViewsBy Lwanzi Milimo  If one doubts the fact that Zambia has lost its democracy then the same must be treated as a traitor to his/her own race and perpetrator of all these undemocratic tendencies in our country. Where it all started It is often said that when you pick one end of the stick […]

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Evelyn Hone students demonstration

68 ViewsBy Samishel Samantha Lukonde I see no point in students demonstrating and destroying school property that realistically belongs to them. I see it as an act of even increasing the needs of the school. You demonstrate and destroy your own school furniture, shatter your windows and inconvenience your own school calender. I agree that […]

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Help! My Marriage Is In Trouble; 8 Steps to Managing Your Marriage Crisis

120 ViewsOver the past 30 days, I have gotten several relationship coaching and counseling calls from couples that needed help with their marriage crisis. Obviously, marriage is quite easy when everything is going well. But if you’ve been married long enough, you know that marriage problems can go from critical to crisis very quickly. The […]

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MP’s told to be objective on RB’s immunity

74 ViewsThe Southern African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (SACCORD) has called on members of parliament to be objective as the debate the lifting of former republican president, Rupiah Banda’s immunity. SACCORD acting Executive Director Boniface Cheembe says it is important the MP’s fully understand the issue before them for them to act […]

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Health Tips: Causes Of Allergies

59 Views Allergies are over-zealous immune reactions that are directed against substances that the body mistakenly labels as harmful. These substances, known as allergens, are not the cause of allergies, but they instead are triggers. Allergy triggers include everything from molds (which is why many people are allergic to penicillin) to dog drool, to latex […]

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Is This The Change We Wanted

95 ViewsBy Gift Tako Linyada Mbewe I wonder how some brains operate. Is there a machine for memory check because most people need it? How can someone in their normal condition continue to give praise to this PF government? People wanted change. Change means new ideas, change means new ways of doing things, change means stopping […]

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Open Letter To The Director Of Public Prosecutions Of Zambia

130 ViewsDear Mr. Nchito, I write to you as international counsel to His Excellency former President Rupiah Banda regarding serious and urgent concerns over your conduct as Director of Public Prosecutions over the past year. As you are well aware, His Excellency and his family have been ruthlessly targeted by the Zambian government and investigative […]

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Democracy Is Under Challenge In Zambia

131 ViewsBy Doug Bandow Zambia, like many African nations, suffered a dearth of democracy while gaining statehood. Independence leader Kenneth Kaunda created a one-party state which took years to overturn. Yet concern is rising over the current government’s willingness to play the undemocratic tricks of the past. Africa has been enjoying a renaissance. The decolonization […]

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