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Democracy Is Under Challenge In Zambia

251 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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Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation statement

133 Views Dear Brothers, I have convoked you to this Consistory, not only for the three canonisations, but also to communicate to you a decision of great importance for the life of the Church. After having repeatedly examined my conscience before God, I have come to the certainty that my strengths, due to an advanced […]

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At Work I’m A Prostitute, But At Home I’m Just Mom

375 Views When I’m at work, I go by lots of names: “baby,” “honey,” “bitch,” “slut,” “cum dumpster.” A small handful of johns even call me by my street name, Queenie. But when 5 a.m. rolls around and the work day’s done, I walk through that front door of my house and I’ve got one […]

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Declare period of National mourning – Chipimo Jr.

142 ViewsWe are reminded yet again of the tragic conditions many innocent people face every day as they commute between towns on our busy roads in Zambia. The tragic loss of more than 53 people in the devastating road accident near Chibombo along the Great North Road fills us all with a sense of dread […]

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Sab’s Eye – Is music industry growing or stirring in reverse?

584 ViewsWith Saboi Imboela Many people ask me what I feel about the current crop of artists and music on the market. My answer is always the same- I love the music and the effort that all artists make to formulate something out of nothing. The biggest achievement is the creation of a distinct sound […]

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Mamadou Gaye is faultless

738 ViewsBy A Correspondent Zambians believe they have the divine right to be praised especially this Kalusha Bwalya guy. Look at our record after AFCON 2012. B Faso   0 – 0   Zambia Zambia   1 – 1   Nigeria Zambia   1 – 1   Ethiopia Morocco  0 – 0   Zambia Angola   2 – 0   Zambia Tanzania   1 – […]

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A close look into FAZ and handling of the Champions

426 ViewsBy A Correspondent We are out of the Afcon 2013 and deservedly so. To be the first champions to be booted out in the first round in 21 years, adds salt to the wound. Zambia did have a real chance to progress and do well, based on the possibility of picking up the momentum […]

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NAREP’S PARALLEL UNIVERSE SERIES ISSUE NUMBER 3: TOLERATING CORRUPTION

190 ViewsIntroduction The third installment in our Parallel Universe Series focuses on corruption. We remind everyone that our intention is not primarily to demonstrate that the PF have failed to live up to their campaign and governance promises but to refocus them of their obligations and responsibilitie­s to the Zambian people in the face of severe hardships […]

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Birth of Totalitarian Regime in Zambia

216 ViewsBy Macdonald Longwe When people notice some unwanted patterns in a leader, voices should come out before some political viruses could spread extensively throughout the nation. Political viruses if I might call them that way can be dictatorship, corruption, tribalism, Genocide, Human Rights Violations, War, Police Brutality, Famine, Counter-insurgency, Torture, and Capital Punishment. When […]

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Special Letter About Sata

290 ViewsI hope you are doing great. I was just reading your article last night, very interesting indeed. I’ve been following the recent events in Zambia, both through the press and by talking to a few politically abreast people over there and I would like to bear witness to the fact that there is actually […]

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