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Cobra effect

Cobra effect

936 ViewsBy Mulenga The Cobra Effect is a term in economics. It refers to a situation when an attempted solution to a problem makes the problem worse. This name was coined based on an incident in old colonial India. By some reasons, there were too many venomous cobra snakes in Delhi. People were dying due […]

Flashback: a post that made many drop tears

741 ViewsTreason Charge Hakainde Hichilema wrote: Greetings fellow countrymen and women, This is to let you know that we have again been taken back to Mukobeko maximum prison, Central, Zambia. The state has moved us from Chimbokaila prison in the capital city, Lusaka to Mukobeko where are we right now. We call on you out […]

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Pressure, Nkombo reconciles with Kachasu family

1,729 ViewsGary Nkombo has apologized and reconciled with a Kachasu Brewer Woman and her Children he forced to drink the illicit beer, reports Martha Banda. He invited them at his office where they were paraded before cameras. This followed condemnation of the Local Government and Rural Development Minister Gary Nkombo from various stakeholders including the […]

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PF denies owing Kalandanya 13.5 million

1,054 ViewsTHE Patriotic Front party has denied owingKalandanya Music Promotions proprietor Bwalya Kalandanya K13.5 million for production of campaign songs for last year’s campaigns. Kalandanya in January this year sued PF party acting secretary general Nickson Chilangwa, demanding payment of K13.5 million with interest for services rendered to the party last year. In his statement […]

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“It wasn’t me”: Coxswain speaks out on death of 6 SDA youths

2,661 ViewsTHE fishing rig operator linked to the drowning of six Seventh-Day Adventist church youths on Lake Kariba in Siavonga on January 1, 2022 has dispelled speculations that he might have forced them out of his vessel leading to their death. Jonathan Haajaya, 25, the coxswain of the rig registered under a firm called Sunrise, […]

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3,717 ViewsThree (3) people have died on the spot while five (5) others have sustained serious injuries after a Hiace minibus they were traveling in overturned at Munali Hills along the Great North Road (Mazabuka – Kafue). Police Spokesperson Esther Katongo who confirmed the development in a statement to a local publication said the accident […]

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PSPF’s US$72m Long Acres Mall takes shape

8,519 ViewsThe construction of the multi-million dollar Long Acres Mall and Business Park embarked on by the Public Service Pensions Fund (PSPF) is well on schedule, with 28 percent of the works done so far. The facility, which is situated on Alick Nkhata Road in Lusaka, will include a shopping mall, hotel, office block and […]

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Lungu’s Aide fired Kenneth Maduma because he is Tonga – Kambwili

14,442 Views Former Minister of Information and Broadcasting Chishimba Kambwili has revealed that Veteran Journalist Kenneth Maduma was fired by President Lungu’s Press Aide from ZNBC, the public broadcaster because of being Tonga by tribe. Kambwili who at that time was the Minister in Charge of ZNBC said he had to confront President Edgar Lungu to […]

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Delta energy and Nerias investments commit to fight Cholera

5,359 Views Delta Energy Zambia Limited and Nerias Investments Limited are Zambian companies. Whilst our primary concern is to ensure that we play our part in Zambia’s business development agenda, we are not lost to the equally important role of participating in Corporate Social Responsibility programmes, especially at a time such as this, when we […]

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Zambia Airways – When we went mad with capitalism and lost a jowel

19,335 ViewsBy Brian Mulenga The names Lazaro, Chama, Mulundika, Mwenda, Lungu, Sakala may seem like ordinary names today. Back in the day, they were famous names. These were names of pilots, captains with Zambia Airways. Way back in the early 1990s, on Thursday mornings, at Lusaka International Airport, you got to see the whole fleet […]

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