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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

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How Andeleki’s Decision Defied Logic: A Critical Analysis of Judge Kabuka’s Ruling in MMD v AG (2012)

Justice Jane Kabuka has finally made her ruling in the case where the MMD had sued the Attorney General and the Registrar of Societies in connection of the MMD’s de-registration. For many reasons, the ruling should not come as a surprise. Reading through the reasons for her ruling it is clear that the MMD had a good case. This article wishes to provide a critical analysis of this ruling.

Criticism in a Democratic Country like Zambia

To criticize the government unnecessarily goes against the nature of Criticism in Democracy. If someone has a criticism it means he want to give the government the feedback on what it’s doing for them – that means giving the opportunity to the government to learn more about the expectation from the people it’s working for and how to convert them into a satisfied citizens or foreigners.

Anatomy of the Current South, West and Central African Soccer Scenario

By.Dr Daniel K. Maswahu The Case for an Unrecognized Global Soccer Platform I must first of all forgive that portion of the readership who assume I am a soccer fan. Please don’t stop reading because some of you are several times...

What goes around comes around- Lessons PF is learning now

By E.Mwelwa Respect for each other is one of the most cardinal aspects of life more especially to our leaders. Zambians have always been known to be people with utmost respect for everyone, and that is why we have not...

Prof Clive Chirwa Debunks the Myths held by President Sata on Dual Citizenship

It is time for Zambia to really embrace dual citizenship and take advantage of the vast talents, qualifications, skills, expertise and experiences of its own unrecognised nationals in Diaspora if true development will come to this sweet motherland.

Zambia, a developing nation? Part2

By Florence Chalabesa Coming home to visit gives my mind a lot to think about. Things that happen in our lovely nation could be reasons as to why we are still underdeveloped. This has been my observation, and please, ‘NO...

Plea to President Michael Sata

By Pezzy Kudakwashe I have never been an advocate of airlifting people to foreign countries for medical treatment. We, as Zambians, have built a steady culture of medical evacuations in the recent past. We do the evacuations in Zambia because...

CBU’s response to allegations of employing underqualified Lecturers

Dear Chief Editor, REF: CBU EMPLOYING UNDERQUALIFIED LECTURERS Reference is made to your posting of a letter on your site on 17th May, 2012 written by an alleged 'concerned student' who claimed that the Copperbelt University was employing under qualified lecturers at...

Zambian confidence will be restored if Sata deals with Mmembe/ Nchito before dealing with Judges

By D.Banda I read with dismay at the style of leadership that President Sata is exhibiting especially with regard to the suspension of the 3 judges.We have no problem investigating the 3 judges and the judiciary as a whole, but...

Is it possible to have an Election before 2016

By Diasporan President Sata is a VERY GOOD LIEUTENANT!NOT A GENERAL! He needs to be given direction,tasks, guided,advised,checked on and supervised. I feel that ALL ZAMBIANS, Chikwanda, Lubinda, HH, Chipimo, KK,kaponyas, farmers, civil servants, self employed, public sector are being held...
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