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Who will save Zambia?

662 ViewsBy Linda Kasonde I grew up in Zambia in the 1980s and 1990s. I am old enough to remember some of what it was like to live under authoritarian one-party rule in Zambia. I remember that people felt afraid of speaking openly and frankly over the phone. I remember stories of people dying under […]

Why you must give Hakainde a chance

1,440 ViewsBy David Chikwanda Coming into politics three months before the 2006 general elections, Hakainde Hichilema faced an uphill battle when senior members of the the party abandoned him as they claimed they could not be led by an amateur. Some of these so called experienced politicians formed their own political parties with a view […]

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You can’t run a government using propaganda

1,496 ViewsThe Patriotic Front has not spared anyone in their blame game. It is laughable to note that the PF government have been blaming God, nature and the UPND party for their own failures. As if that is not enough,they have gone ahead and accused foreign diplomats of plotting to unseat the government. We are […]

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Bill 10 will burry you Your Excellence

3,007 Views…Liers, Jackals and Parasites By Nick Phiri. Your Excellency, don’t allow any person to lie to you about the prospects of Bill 10. It’s a non starter. People simply don’t approve of it. The political stakes are high. Arrogance won’t help. Withdraw it. Intercontinental Hotel was jam packed yesterday. No sitting space. No where […]

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Why we oppose Bill 10?

1,557 ViewsBy Sean Tembo – PeP President Someone posed the question of why we in the opposition actually are against Bill 10? He asked to say is it about the PROCEDURE by which it was derived or the CONTENTS? These are very pertinent questions which l believe deserve a pertinent answer. As PeP, we oppose […]

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PF is a catalyst to climate change

1,194 ViewsBy David Chikwanda “Just like yeast to flour so is PF to climate change” When a country is grappling with the effects of climate change, we expect everyone especially those in power to engage in activities that are aimed at mitigating the effects of climate change. But alas, we have a party in power […]

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Genuine politics in the energy sector – lessons from Eskom

1,041 ViewsBy Eng. Geoffrey Chishimba Chiyumbe Political parties in South Africa, from the ruling party to the opposition have overwhelmingly welcomed the resignation of Eskom’s chair and affirms the move as a show of credibility, responsibility and accountability. I know myself with absolutely no inch of doubt at all, that I am a very wise […]

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Complaint against Makeni West Wing School

1,159 ViewsDear Editor, Please withholding my name but please make sure this reaches the Minister of general education. It is very shocking that a school can chase pupils from school on the first day of opening over school fees. The ministry of general education must move in and regulate the operations of private school that […]

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Youths, wake up!

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Youths, wake up!

690 ViewsBy Rodgers Mugala Youths in our country need to wake up, unite and fight for their rightful place in society. Youths are the backbone of this country and must not be enslaved in poverty and reduced to beggars because of the selfishness of a few individuals. We need to come up with a youth-driven, […]

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Extreme events are reversing development goals

1,228 ViewsBy Patricia Scotland, Commonwealth Secretary-General 9 January 2020 Cyclones in the Caribbean and Pacific, devastating bushfires in Australia, recurrent floods and droughts in Asia and Africa, increasingly bring tragic loss of life to our nations and communities, inflicting physical and mental trauma on survivors, and causing irreparable damage to centuries old ways of life […]

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