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Tuesday, May 17, 2022

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The Myth of 2.8 million: Why Minus 9.2% Could Make Bally a One Term President

By Kapya Kaoma Bally's victory of 2.8 million votes in the 2021 elections was big. Since then, Bally worshipers have weaponized his 2.8 million votes to silence their opponents. Yet 2.8 million is useless--how people voted in 2021, and...

Encroachment in National Forests: Challenges and Possibilities

By Musyani Siame Over time, Zambia’s national forest reserves have undergone tremendous changes as a result of encroachment coupled with the impacts of climate change. Since time immemorial, people have always illegally settled in national forest reserves and as they...

Part II: The Significance of the Nomenclatures and Artistic Value of Our Zambian Indigenous Languages: Tumbuka Language Example

By Mwizenge S, Tembo, Ph. D. Emeritus Professor of Sociology The structure of the Tumbuka language includes investigating the phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics of the language. In explaining these four characteristics of the Tumbuka language, I will draw...

The Lusaka Playhouse and the case of our collective destructive gene as a nation

By Sampa Kabwela The destruction of the Lusaka Playhouse, I am afraid, represents a pattern I have seen across the country and among us, as Zambians; the effortless ability to destroy anything in our path, including indestructible things. I have come...

What Kind of President Does Zambia Really Need

By Sean Tembo - PeP President 1. Today, our country faces huge economic challenges, with the majority of citizens being driven deeper and deeper into poverty and squalor due to the ever-escalating cost of living. This is despite the...

HH at the Mining Indaba – Is this a worthy trip?

By Chimwemwe Mwanza So deeply polarised is the Zambian political landscape that the citizenry prefers to dissect burning socio-economic and political issues through the lens of partisan politics. Here in lies a danger. While opportunistic criticism and often a times lacking...

Vedanta, the Grave Digger of Hichilema’s Political Career

By.James Musonda (PhD) Socio-political anthropologist, Université de Liége, Belgium Summary This article argues that the political future and relevance of the Zambian president presently rests on the decision his government will make on Konkola Copper Mines. If they give KCM to Vedanta,...

There is Light at the End of the Tunnel

By Field Ruwe EdD A Tragic Phenomenon The light at the end of the tunnel is no longer an approaching train but a single flickering ray of hope in each one of us. All we need to do, in unison, is...

President Hichilema at the Indaba for 4 days is not a good way of managing the his time

By Bowman Lusambo We are told by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation that President Hakainde Hichilema will spend four days in Cape Town, South Africa attending the Africa Mining Indaba. The Head of State is due to address...

In Crosshairs … On President Hakainde Hichilema’s Dalliance with America

By Dr Canisius BANDA Development Activist ________________ ZAMBIA is now on the edge of a precipice of instability. You see, Zambia's foreign policy has come off its wheels. It is now on the wrong path. Gradually, and firmly, we...
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