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Effective communication key in fighting coronavirus

Effective communication key in fighting coronavirus

53 ViewsIt goes without saying that during a crisis such as the pandemic the world is currently facing; clear, consistent and concise communications can be an effective tool in curbing the spread of diseases such as COVID-19. However, innovative communication has always been an achilles heel for leaders in a crisis, and Africa is no […]

Covid-19, the World in Mourning

428 ViewsPoem by Charles Mwewa The sooner the sun rises and sets, someone has died Like vapor they go, with or without having goodbyed There’s no funeral home, no morgue to contain them There’s yelling for grandpa, for little Moses, it’s a shame There’s no crowd to escort the coronaviroid departed Only statistics, more news, […]

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Covid-19 and end of faith healing?

871 ViewsBy Leo Igwe Has the outbreak of the coronavirus marked an end to faith healing practices in Nigeria, Africa and the world? This question has become necessary because traditional, Christian and Islamic faith healing claims have been rampant. And they include claims of healing persons who are suffering from all sorts of illness, the […]

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Editorial: What was in President Lungu’s address on coronavirus

1,103 ViewsWhen he finally showed up on television, hopes were high that all his absence and silence would bring what the nation has been waiting for, the new course of action, President Edgar Lungu has at last addressed the nation on coronavirus. While he was absent, his chief spokesperson Dora Siliya had said the President […]

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Coronavirus pandemic and witchcraft imputations in Africa

1,238 ViewsBy Leo Igwe  The Advocacy for Alleged Witches (AFAW) wishes to inform the African public especially those in regions and communities where allegations of witchcraft are pervasive that the spread of the coronavirus has no connection with witchcraft. People should be on alert and report any suspicion or ascription of witchcraft and occult harm […]

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1,301 ViewsThere’s one country in the world that is already in a debt crisis similar to the one heading our way, and that country is Lebanon. The Lebanese government announced last week that it will not be able to repay the Eurobond of $1.2 that is due for repayment this month. By the way, Zambia […]

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Tutwa discusses Kambwili’s judgment on Roan seat nullification

1,799 ViewsPF Lawyer and Kabwe Central MP Tutwa Ngulube has weighed in on former Roan MP Chishimba Kambwili’s judgment on the nullification of his seat. Below is Tutwa Ngulube’s views: “WHY WE NEED TO AMEND ARTICLE 72 OF THE 2016 CONSTITUTION” The People of Zambia decide which MP goes to Parliament and on which party […]

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Debating the Debate – Edgar Lungu 2021

1,805 ViewsBy Dickson Jere We are back debating the debate – I mean whether President Edgar Lungu is eligible to stand in 2021. This debate was hot in 2017 and culminated into a protracted court case in the Constitutional Court (Concourt), which eventually settled the matter. So I am not sure where the current debate […]

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Zambia, the choice is all yours

1,998 ViewsIn criminal trials, it’s common that the attorneys for both sides (the prosecutor and the defense) deliver an opening statement about the case to the jury. Opening statements usually outline the facts that the attorneys expect to prove during the trial. An opening statement tends to be presented to the jury with an orderly […]

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Chilubi’s biggest losers and lessons

2,965 ViewsBy Isaac Mwanza The final results of the Chilubi 2020 By-Elections are in and it is time to analyse these numbers to get a feel of the correct picture of what is happening on the ground. 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS V 2020 BY ELECTIONS In 2016, the PF candidate for Chilubi polled 13,412 votes and […]

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