Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Site Maintanance and Updates This Week

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Dear valued users of lusakatimes.com,

We are writing to inform you that lusakatimes.com, will be intermittently available for the rest of this week as we work to redesign and upgrade the site. While we will continue publishing content during this period, SOME of your comments posted during this transition period could be lost forever. We understand that this may cause inconvenience and we sincerely apologize for any disruptions this may cause.

It has been a while since we made changes to lusakatimes.com, and a lot of the underlying technology we use has really aged. As a team, we have always looked for ways to improve the user experience and provide the best possible service to our site visitors, which, admittedly, has somewhat deteriorated over the years.

In order to put lusakatimes.com on the path to what we want it to be, it is necessary for us to perform maintenance, and make updates, including upgrades to the underlying infrastructure. While we understand that this can be disruptive, we hope that you will bear with us as we work to bring you an even better lusakatimes.com in the near future.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to make these important updates. We look forward to continuing to serve you and provide a high-quality online experience.

Sincerely,
LT Team

8 COMMENTS

  1. If you really want to be a leading media house don’t take sides in debates by moderating critical comments. We’ll indemnify you from taking responsibility of what we say.

    • It is Kawana and Phiri who paid you, so they can survive beatings from us and their ugly wives.
      Just shut it down. We used LT to clean up MMD and PF. Now we have a good president and 3 good ministers, that’s good enough.
      Life in Zambia is good, though boring because of no scandals.
      Shut it down!!

  2. The journalistic reportage is poor. Book work parroting brings about repetitive narrations instead of conveying the actual facts once, sticking to the prognosis of the story. Back and forth misses the import of the reportage. Let your journalists up the game professionally.

  3. Yes stop being partisan and don’t be like Watchdog…am sure you’ve noticed that alot of smart bloggers stopped visiting your site and commenting

  4. “…..as we work to redesign and upgrade the site”
    Really laughable ..how many times have we read this in the last 12-15 years ? After maintaince you still retain the same obselete comment platform you can not edit, same unnecessary moderation.

  5. ‘SOME of your comments posted during this transition period could be lost forever.’
    This has been happening for the last TWO years! A lot of comments we make do not appear. We spend our precious time crafu=ting a comment, then we click ‘post comment’ and zee, nothing appears.

  6. “According to the Flynn effect theory, the increase in IQ scores can in part be ascribed to improvements in education and better nutrition. In addition, people are reading more, and new technology – computers, Internet – forces people to think more abstractly. All of this leads to an increase in the IQ score.“

    Thank you Lusaka Time for what you do and for keeping up with the progress.

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