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Sab’s Eye: Shocker – Gabon Disaster Heroes National Stadium

239 ViewsBy Saboi Imboela Zambians, on the 10th of July, woke up to a rude shock when they learnt that the new Lusaka stadium had been named the Gabon Disaster Heroes Stadium. Until yesterday (Wednesday July 10, 2013), I thought the name of the stadium was already Lusaka Stadium. A lot of Zambians, alive and […]

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Talking Politics: Our MPs have failed us, Sata must have gone along time

664 ViewsBy Lwanzi Milimo Our parliamentarians are not representing our needs well. Realistically speaking President Michael Sata should have been impeached long time ago. This man whose first appearance and exercise of power was an unconstitutional act of appointing more MPs than provided for by the law is still proving to be a danger to […]

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Unprocessed plant foods are greatest sources of dietary fiber

282 ViewsBy Asunta Simoloka Dr Denis Burkitt (right) was an Irish doctor who did some work in Africa during and after the Second World War. Dr. Burkitt noticed that African hospitals had a different pattern of diseases compared to the Western World. In the western world there were too many cases of non communicable diseases […]

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Zambian Education Must Be Reviewed

246 ViewsBy Kelvin Esiasa One thing that I failed to understand during my school days were lessons on topics that had no connection to Zambian history and developments. For instance lessons on Shaka the Zulu, Mwenemutapa and  World Plantation. The lessons were nice to read but these topics had no relevance to Zambian history and development. The topics were interesting to read and informative and […]

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Dishonest Politicians Killed Paul Tembo

555 ViewsBy Nyalubinge Ngwende The people who killed Paul Tembo have not gone away or changed their ways. They are still lurking the honeycombs of political dishonesty. Theirs are politics of personal sustenance and anyone who stirs the secrets of their honeycomb will be smitten to death On July 6, 2001 Zambians woke up to […]

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Sab’s Eye: Zambian Universities

748 ViewsBy Saboi Imboela For a long time, Zambia had only two esteemed universities; the University of Zambia and Copperbelt University. To date, UNZA remains the highest learning institution followed by CBU as the second highest university in the country. It was the economic liberalisation policies and the subsequent liberalisation of other sectors like education, […]

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Talking Politics: Its true Zambians are docile

500 ViewsBy Lwanzi Milimo It’s strange how the entire nation can be silent when their blood bought democracy and freedoms are being taken away by a semi-literate man who has proved to have no strategic plan to govern or run the country apart from benefiting himself and his family. His renowned experience in politics has […]

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121 ViewsYesterday marked the end to the one year rule of Mohamed Morsi the President of Egypt after a controversial takeover of power in what appears to be arguably a military coup d’état. However, it is also apparent the people pushed for this change in mass protests at the now famous Tahrir Square in Cairo, […]

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God and Government: “Breaking the myth of separation”

184 ViewsBy Joshua Ngoma. God and Government: “Breaking the myth of separation” is my next forthcoming book. Look out for it soon. Here is an excerpt on the “Arab Spring and Egypt”: The Arab Spring The Arab Spring was sparked by the Tunisian Revolution also known as the Jasmine Revolution, which began on December 17, […]

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Edward Snowden, is he USA most wanted or USA Saga?

206 ViewsBy Kelvin Esiasa Of late, a number of international and local media have been airing news about Edward Snowden the USA most wanted. Many international news channels have been overshadowed with the case of Snowden. President Barrack Obama and his intelligence team were unable to sleep because of the Edward Snowden. The entire CIA, […]

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