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The Constitutional Court

The Constitutional Court

603 ViewsBy Lubinda Habazoka A constitutional court is supposed to be a court with a final say. This is a court that has the ability even to overturn laws. Is the legislature passes a law that is in conflict with the constitution, constitutional courts when petitioned interpret and can even rule to overturn such laws […]

Lawyer Makebi takes on Congolese Witness in Malanji case

1,323 Views The People Vs Fredson Yamba and Joseph Malanji before Magistrate Hon. Ireen Wishimanga CROSS EXAMINATION MAKEBI ZULU- Witness, tell us your qualifications. Charles Kabozya-I studied law at the University in DRC. it was one of the 3 public universities. Makebi Zulu- how long have you worked in the Public Service. Charles Kabozya- since […]

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Hichilema’s wrong conclusions from the correct biblical premises

939 ViewsIt was unbelievable that Mr Hakainde Hichilema could try to justify the current hunger using the biblical story of seven years of drought and hunger followed by another seven years of plenty. This is a clear matter of wrong conclusions from correct biblical promises (see video) What crass ignorance is this? What does Genesis […]

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Load shedding and the collapse of our national grid

1,084 ViewsBy Lubinda Haabazoka There is no doubt that climate change has had a negative effect on our ability to generate electricity but we need to admit for once that poor planing and Human Resource overhaul has also negatively affected the performance of our utility! Yesterday we had no power from 03:00 in the morning […]

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Why does Hichilema hate Jay Jay so much? What has he done to him?

1,572 ViewsMr Hakainde Hichilema misconducted himself at yesterday’s press conference in the manner he handled the issue regarding the enforced abduction and disappearance of Petauke Central Independent Member of Parliament Mr Emmanuel Jay Jay Banda. Looking at the contradictions in stories from the police and Jay Jay’s lawyers on what really transpired on that ill-fated […]

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HH is totally out of touch, it was all about threats and self praising

1,605 ViewsEmmanuel Mwamba has quickly made a review of President Hakainde Hichilema’s press conference describing it as just one of the usual ones full of nothing but threats and self praise. Below is Mwamba’s take: A brief Review of the Press Conference held by President Hichilema By Amb. Emmanuel Mwamba • At the end of […]

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Researchers: The future of democracy is on the ballot in Europe

2,191 ViewsEurope’s right-wing parties are preparing to pounce on voter dismay following years of austerity policies in many countries, say leading global governance researchers in a new report released on the eve of the European Parliament elections. Researchers behind a new Berggruen Governance Index (BGI) report suggest that polices such as crisis austerity measures and […]

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Nakachinda will have the last laugh in 2026 after fall of Babylon- Zimba

1,678 ViewsThe 12 “Freedom Epistles” of Saint Raphael Nakachinda to President HH at his Babylon Palace: Why the PF SG will have the last laugh in August 2026 after the shameful fall of Bally By Dr. Chris Zumani Zimba ….As per his request, I am humbly asking Mr. Christopher Mundia, State House Legal Advisor and […]

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The Govt panic over Lungu

1,784 ViewsOur view: Home Affairs and Internal Security Minister Jack Mwiimbu says government is studying the video and other surrounding activities involving former president Edgar Lungu in Kabwe on Friday. From the different statements coming from government officials including Mwiimbu today, it is clear that the UPND Administration is looking on where to pin Lungu […]

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On sprouting Gas Stations – l smell a Rat

1,452 ViewsRecently, I have noticed a significant increase in the number of fuel and motor vehicle service stations, commonly referred to as filling stations, as well as minimarts in Lusaka. This sudden surge raises concerns about the source of funds used to establish these businesses. Could it be money laundering? It is perplexing where these […]

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