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Constitutional Court pours water on ‘Third –Term Debate’

Constitutional Court pours water on ‘Third –Term Debate’

977 ViewsBy Justin Mupundu The Constitutional Court (ConCourt)’s recent landmark ruling that President Edgar Lungu is eligible to contest 2021 polls should rest the so-called  ‘Third-Term Debate’ which was deliberately orchestrated   to influence public opinion, and agitate for the incumbent’s exit from active politics as a smooth transition for regime change.   However, the ConCourt’s […]

Eligibility of President Lungu to contest 2021 elections

1,791 ViewsBy Simon Kabanda Clause (3) should not be read in isolation of Clause (6) because Clause (6) explains the purposes of Clause (3), as follows: Clause (3) “A person who has twice held office as President is not eligible for election as President.” Clause (6) “If the Vice-President assumes the office of President, in […]

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Don’t blame ConCourt, Lungu warned of chaos

1,865 ViewsPlease lets not insult the constitution judges or the concourt but instead lets sympathise with them. The questions we need to ask ourselves is was the ruling in favour of President Edgar Lungu’eligibility done in a free or independent environment?.The answer is definitely NO. Its just some few months ago President Edgar Lungu warned […]

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Public Announcement: Closure of Kasangula and Katima Mulilo Roads

2,059 ViewsThis is to inform the general public that the following roads will be constrained at these points: 1) Kasangula Road near Mount Meru Filling station from Monday, December 10th, 2018 till Friday, December 14th, 2018 from 07:00hrs to 18:00hrs. 2) Katima Mulilo Road between Great North Road and the Kelvin Exhaust Garage, from Tuesday, […]

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Parents need to speak-out for their children

976 ViewsSir Frank Peters Corporal punishment is repugnant to all civilized societies. It’s the putrid bile that stems from every parent, ‘teacher’, school and madrasah that uses corporal punishment as a disciplinary tool. Corporal punishment is (take a deep breath): awful, appalling, atrocious, alarming, abhorrent, abominable, beastly, cruel, compassionless, callous, criminal, cold-hearted, deplorable, damaging, detrimental, […]

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Charity K. Banda – A portrait of a developmental agenda for women

993 ViewsBy Twaambo Kantengwe Society is a collective thought of divergent views. No man chooses to align himself to a cause different from his. Any article that brings out any negatives on Charity Banda’s candidature is a demonstration of a non failure to grasp what democracy is all about. Charity Banda is aware that any […]

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Cheating and Relationships

1,759 ViewsBy Mwaba Mutale Do you know the Major killer of relationships? I will tell you, this morning I will say it as it is and listen good. It’s things like an inflated ego, selfishness, lies, greed, inability to share and lacking honesty and respect for your other half and above all, the number one […]

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Some facts about T.B Joshua

2,511 ViewsSOME FACTS ABOUT THE MAN IN THE SYNAGOGUE, TB JOSHUA 1.His full name is Temitope Balogun Joshua 2.He was born on 12th June 1963 in Arigidi, Ondo State 3. His birth was prophesied 100 years before his birth 4.He spent 15 months in his mother’s womb instead of usual 9 months. 5.He is married […]

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Raphael Nakacinda’s appointment: The last nail in Felix Mutati & MMD’s coffin

1,190 ViewsThe belief that the Movement for Multi Party Democracy, MMD died in 2011 when then Republican president Rupiah Banda lost elections to Micheal Sata is not only false but misleading as party structures have been maintained in most constituencies and have been active away from pubic notice, the recent successful card and membership renewal […]

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Rupiah Banda’s house: Feeding the already fat while millions starve

2,214 ViewsBy Laura Miti The Benefits of Former Presidents Act sets out the following benefits for a President when s/he leaves office a) A tax-free monthly pension at the rate of eighty per cent of the incumbent President’s emoluments; b) Where a former President who is entitled to the pension and other benefits conferred by […]

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