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Let me also insult the President

By Joseph Chibwe First of all I want to commend those policemen for identifying and consequently arrested that student for insulting ba Edgar Lungu and the institution of presidency! In fact such swift work from those service men calls for promotion and l hope this post will reach the I. G.! I was going to […]

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Don’t hide in court sir

Excuse Sir……I thought you’re popular; why do you want to hide in the courts? When news of the expulsion of the outspoken former Minister of Information and Broadcasting Services broke out, as expected and not surprising at all, he came out with guns blazing! He immediately called for a press briefing at 10:00 hours at […]

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Democracy or Despotism?

Dear editor, With regard to everything going on in our Nation, please publish this article.  Zambia needs a mature, contextualized democracy, and not despotism in governance. In the recent past, questions and sentiments of Zambian democracy lapsing into a dictatorship have raised uncertainty and tensions, both within and outside the country. Democracy and despotism are […]

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Finally I’ve met the woman of my dreams..

It was yesterday around 17 when I was at arcades, seated near the cinema with headphones in my ears listening to some cool country music by Kenny Rodgers when all the sudden she came and sat right next to me. Ala nshatalamonapo gelo umusuma ngoyu. Oh my lord i swear She was the vision of […]

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Statement by PF SG on resolutions of Central Committee meeting of July 22, 2017

In line with provisions of the Patriotic Front (PF) Party Constitution, the Central Committee sat on the 22nd July 2017 from 09:30am to 19:40hrs. In line with Article 61 (c) and (d), the meeting was Chaired by the Party President His Excellency Mr. Edgar Chagwa Lungu. During the Central Committee meeting, various representations were made […]

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Chishimba Kambwili: What next?

Honourable Chishimba Kambwili’s expulsion from the PF is trending everywhere. And judging from the people’s reactions and comments, very little sympathy is coming his way. Most, if not all, are simply saying; the chickens have come home to roost. What next for Hon Kambwili? Does he have the necessary political firepower to fight the PF […]

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Of Mark Simuwe’s trails and abduction

By Kasebamashiba Kaseba Mark Simuwe yesterday phoned me before 12:00 to tell me about a Handsworth Police callout from opposite UNZA. Plain clothed and uniformed officers in one Landcruiser and a car told his wife and family that they went to ensure they first located his house so he does not fail to surrender himself […]

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LAZ’s Selfish Agenda

By Justin Mupundu The Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) President Linda Kasonde’s statement is contradictory: Backs President Edgar Lungu and opposes at the same time. LAZ, instead of interpreting the spirit of Article 31 to inform and guide the nation, questioned President Lungu’s move to invoke the law in question. Then beg the questions: What […]

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Does History repeat itself?

By David Malomo. Here is a food for thought. Abraham Lincoln vs John .F. Kennedy. • Abraham Lincoln and John F Kennedy were both second born children named after their grandfathers. • Both Lincoln and Kennedy married a 24 year old woman in their 30s (Lincoln at 33,Kennedy at 36) •Both served in the military […]

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The PF’s State of Emergency drifts Zambia into dictatorship

Unless one is either injuriously naïve or deliberately playing the partisan madness, the current president, Mr. Edgar Lungu and the PF have no clue how to govern the country. We all thought Kenneth Kaunda was an authoritarian (he was a school teacher). We thought that Frederick Chiluba was too tender on corruption (he was a […]

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