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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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Kabimba voices out on HH press conference

453 ViewsA Press Conference of Personal Sensitivities.After a long time without hearing a word from the Republican President I was on edge with great expectation when I heard that he will be addressing the nation on Monday 25th April, 2022 at 10:00 hours. Because of the importance attached to the event I decided to give […]

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We will never forget sins committed against our poor people

512 ViewsGUEST ARTICLE: The forest 27 criminals should also face justice, the poor people are facing By Chama Fumba aka Pilato It is clear that it is easy for government to victimize the poor people than to fight rich People’s crime. As we are waiting for the forest 27 criminals to face justice, the poor […]

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What was the purpose of that  press conference?

1,019 ViewsIt’s difficult to discern the purpose of that highly publicised press conference. It is said that if one has nothing serious or important to say it’s better to shut up. As Pythagoras once observed, we should strive to have something important to say before we open our mouths. Abraham Lincoln said, “Better to remain […]

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What Justice Minister neglected to tell us

1,473 ViewsBy Amb. Emmanuel Mwamba During his press conference held last week to defend the President on allegations that he was part of those that met former KCM Liquidator, Milingo Lungu, Minister of Justice Mulambo Hamakuni Haimbe expressed various views and positions. He said in granting the immunity of prosecution to Mr. Milingo, in matters […]

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The origin of Tonga and Luvale/ Lunda cousinship and Kaonde/ Lamba brotherhood

1,277 Viewsby Chibolya Kimber in Solwezi If you ask anyone why Tongas and Lozi play tribal cousinship, the answer is obvious- tribal wars. But what many people may not explain is the genesis of Tonga and Luvale/Lunda cousinship. There is no recorded history or oral narrative where Tongas fought Luvales or querelled with Lundas. The […]

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The battle at Kamusongolwa Hill in Kasempa District

560 Viewsby Chibolya Kimber in Solwezi The background of this hill it was a scene of tribal battle between the Kaonde and the Lozi. It marks the beginning of tribal cousinship between the two tribes. When and how the name Kasempa originated is not clear. According to Sandasanda, a nickname for Kasempa was Kasempakanya bantu […]

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Education Corner: Writing a Literature review and its importance

689 ViewsBy Prof. Edgar Nyanga The literature review is mostly the second chapter of the research report and proposal. The literature would include such subtopics as; defining the study subject, literature pertaining to the topic at global, continental, regional, national to the lowest organ even up to the study area (the funnel model of writing). […]

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HH and his dysfunctional State House team

1,685 ViewsBy The Mast Since Hakainde Hichilema was inaugurated on August 24, 2021 by 21st March 2022, (209 days), there have been only six Cabinet meetings! It is preposterous, perhaps not; knowing how debilitated his office is. There is an agenda somewhere and there is a plan somewhere, but not quite yet.Mr President take this […]

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Hopes for the PF

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Hopes for the PF

2,744 ViewsOn how to make the Patriotic Front great again By Joseph Chirwa Introduction The Patriotic Front (PF) has always been a party in denial. It was in denial that it could lose the 2021 historic vote. It is in denial that it lost the vote. It is in denial that it has no chance […]

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