Saturday, March 2, 2024

Merry Christmas from Lusaka Times!

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Dear Esteemed LT Readers,

In the spirit of this festive season, we want to express our heartfelt gratitude for your steadfast support since 2007.Your trust in us has been the cornerstone of our journey, motivating us to strive for excellence, day after day.

Once again, thank you for being an essential part of our LT family. Your continued support has been the greatest gift, and we look forward to many more years of shared stories, news, and experiences.

May your Christmas be filled with joy, surrounded by loved ones. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

With sincere thanks,

The LT Team

13 COMMENTS

  1. I expected a special tailored Christmas message directed specifically to me. Kutumpa uko ba LT editor. Hany way merry Xmas to u

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    Merry Christmas to everyone………..

    Hope you have a prosperous new year……..

    To my critics………..

    Get over your pain of a UPND GRZ, you have licked your electrol defeat wounds enough……..

    You have enough time to heal until 2031, when you can try again…….

    Forward…….2031

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  3. LT has not been good in the last 2 years. I do not know whether the editorial team changed or not. You have been very biased in the selection of posts and the news coverage has not been representative of the people. You seem to favour a few writers. Do they pay you?

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  4. Thank you LT and a merry Christmas to you all!
    I have been with LT since 2007and I have seen a number of vibrant readers drop off. Please revisit your strategy for attracting viewers. I have also noted that there’s too much politics now than in the early years. It will be good to have a wide range of articles

  5. Ba LT we need more issue based articles in 2024 and permanent blockage of certain toxic users like KZ.

    Happy and prosperous 2024 my people . God bless HH to lead Zambia out of the debt quagmire in the years ahead.

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