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Should Africa expect anything from Obama’s visit to Africa?

507 ViewsBy Mr. Kelvin Esiasa On 26 June, 2013 U.S President Barack Obama will visit Africa. President Obama is expected to make a weeklong trip to Africa from 26 June, 2013 to 6 July, 2013. He is expected to visit Senegal, South Africa and Tanzania. This is the second time Obama is visiting Africa, he […]

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Lifestyle: High blood pressure

1,286 ViewsBy Asunta Simoloka With changing lifestyle patterns in Zambia, it is not surprising that High Blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is becoming all too common. Heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure are some of the devastating complications of hypertension.  Despite being common, hypertension is highly preventable, treatable, and even reversible through proper diet […]

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‘Aromatic aldehydes’ from Scientific Perspective

1,296 ViewsFollowing the controversy that has rocked Zambia on alleged reports that the country’s major seller of beef products – Zambeef has been importing kidneys and offal that contain aldehydes which is said to be a chemical used to embalm dead human bodies. Our Science Correspondent and a Senior Lecturer at Zambia’s biggest University Nambole […]

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435 ViewsBy Edmond Lifwekelo The ruling Patriotic Front (PF)’s victory in Feira does not indicate people’s love or trust for party, far from it. It is an open secret that PF’s “victories” are secured under threats and intimidation. PF is taking for granted the rural populace’s sufferings and poverty by threatening them with more sufferings […]

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Will Zambian unyoke themselves?

355 ViewsBy Lwanzi Milimo What if you were given the opportunity to trade your present body with all its health problems for a biologically younger, much healthier one? Would you do it? Of course you would! In a heartbeat! This is what Zambia must do. Remove this government (of course using democratic and civil means) […]

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Perspective: The Truth About Online Publications

306 ViewsBy Martin  Mubita At the heart of many online publications decisions to expose the government’s alleged human rights abuses, abuses of power and graft is a fundamental belief in the people’s right-to-know. From the State’s point of view, they are committing a crime. From their point of view, and the view of many others, […]

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New Column – Perspective

361 ViewsBy Martin Walubita Mubita Hello everyone! Hope we are all ready for another eventful week hopefully devoid of murder. As we start to get down to business as usual, let’s brace ourselves for another unexpected addition to the creative and warmly Zambian Eye family – Martin Walubita Mubita’s ‘Perspective’. In this column – Perspective, […]

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339 ViewsBy Mpombo Wonani Tears rolled, hair froze and my heart dropped as an excellently choreographed television package by Muvi television reporter Mwape Kumwenda streamed the small screen on the evening of Friday June 15, 2013. For a moment, I was numb. The images were graphic. The narration was perfectly scripted for the moment. There […]

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Sab’s Eye: Strength of a Woman

706 ViewsBy Saboi Imboela I sincerely apologise for not writing my weekly articles for the past few weeks. I missed you all so much and hope you have been well. Because i missed you so much, today’s article will be slightly longer than usual. The past few weeks have been very busy, stressful, funny and […]

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Banks must explain ATM crimes

284 ViewsBy Mr. Kelvin Esiasa ATM crimes have made the world understand that criminals are everywhere. The world has also learnt that criminals are within our ideologies, and they are alive to all world developments. The world has also come to believe that it needs to fight cyber criminals all heartedly, and the battle against […]

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