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Mwamba trashes vedanta letter fake, unsolicited and meant to spark public debate

241 ViewsFormer Ambassador to Ethiopia, Amb. Emmanuel Mwamba has trashed the Vedanta letter as fake and meant to stir controversy in the court of public opinion. Mwamba says, a document is never copied to the president, stating that it is either written to the president without any other person or entity copied. He says this […]

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FTJ University, a betrayal even in his death

262 ViewsBy Amb. Emmanuel Mwamba I cry everyday that Zambia’s Second President has not been honoured enough. So to see that the only tangible infrastructure project purposefully designed to memorialize and honour him, the Frederick Jacob Titus Chiluba University, had its funds looted is extremely painful! The project is ideally located in Mansa,the province where […]

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“Surely, this ka gov’t is on its way out”

605 Viewsby Emmanuel Chilekwa This kamfulumende is surely on its way out. There’s no political government on mother earth which has run over the Catholics. And when I say this kamfulumende is on it’s way out, here’s a signal: its people have started attacking Bishop Alick Banda just because he has openly told them off […]

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Nkombo should resign – Musenge

326 Views…an example must be set (2 May 2022) By Edwin Mbulo in Livingstone FORMER Copperbelt minister Mwenya Musenge has called for research on how to transform the now illegal Kachasu brew into a legal product. He advises President Hakainde Hichilema not to take Zambians’ trust and support for his new dawn government for granted […]

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They have resorted to threatening us so that we don’t talk- this gov’t is a dictatorship says Chilufya Tayali

343 ViewsYes, we have heard that it an office for security cooperation to enhance Military to Military relations, to be based at the US Embassy, but we are still uncomfortable to have US Military hoovering around our Country and the region. US Military are at constant wars with many of their enemies, which they have […]

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They are fighting a woman with her hands tied behind her back

506 ViewsBy Sakwiba Sikota SC They say that boxing is a savage sport but I know things which are not sporty as they are more savage than boxing. Boxing begun in the Bronze Age in Sumerian Iraq, Babylonia and Assyria. Later in Ancient Greece, competitions in boxing were held for the enjoyment of the people […]

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An eventful month

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An eventful month

389 ViewsBy Amb. Emmanuel Mwamba CRISIS AT MINISTRY OF HEALTH-The medicine and medical supply shortages continued unabated in health centres, clinics and hospitals despite government assurances. It emerged that Government abolished the Procurement Unit at the Ministry of Health and halted all medicines and medical supplies in the last seven months. 2.KUOMBOKA CEREMONY-After many years […]

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EDITORIAL: HH’s press conference that missed the point

197 Views President Hakainde Hichilema recently conducted a press conference which left a lot to be desired, as critics would say. Some say he was arm twisted by events to deliver it, adding it was harrow such that one would find it hard to discern the purpose of that highly publicised press conference. When President […]

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Open letter to president Hichilema

693 ViewsBy Justin Mupundu Mr. President, Zambia-Creditors’ US$14.7 billion foreign debt restructuring negotiations, IMF-World Bank’s Spring meeting, critical to the economic recovery. Debt restructuring plan, based on China’s case by case approach to G20’s Debt Service Suspension Initiative (DSSI) and the ‘principle of collective action and fair burden sharing’, will help Zambia secure the US$1 […]

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President Hichilema being mislead by his ‘men’

934 ViewsBy Jackson Silavwe It is absolutely amazing that the Republican President Hakainde can be made to make an extremely inaccurate statement regarding the granting of immunity or agreement not to prosecute. The false statement that in Zambia no agreements not to prosecute are ever entered into shows a deliberate amnesia on the part of […]

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