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Monday, April 6, 2020

Columns

Television Content in Zambia

By Wesley Ngwenya Its 6am and you are up getting ready for a workday. You turn your television set on to ZNBC our national channel and you hear an annoying buzz. Oh forget it, its too early for them to...

Targeting Zambians in Tourism

By Wesley Ngwenya Last week, I happen to go on a working trip to Livingstone. The purpose of the trip was to bring awareness of the new product we were launching at work as well as solicit business in the...

Political Party Conventions in Zambia are overrated and a mockery of democracy

By Chanda Phiri (Ex-LT Microblogger) It is amazing how the calls by the so called democratic masses to all political party in Zambia to hold convention are intensifying. The ruling MMD earlier last year showed signs of not holding the convention...

The Saga of President Banda’s Baby Blankets

By Henry Kyambalesa Last month, I suggested that President Rupiah Banda and Vice President George Kunda should seriously consider the prospect of creating a statutory and autonomous agency to be accountable to the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and...

2010-Kaya?

By Chanda Mwenya Reading this article?- thank God. You have lived to see the year 2010. Undoubtedly, Danny Siulapwa in his future pondering song ‘Kaya’ was a voice for many of us who thought we would perhaps never live to...

Pros and Cons of Chinese Investments in Zambia

By Henry Kyambalesa Of late, investments by Chinese corporations in Zambia seem to have become a topical issue among politicians and the general public. I have, therefore, found it necessary to make a contribution to the debate by citing some...

Rt Hon. George Kunda SC: Is he wearing three hats?

By C. Ngoma President Banda does not have the advantage of the late President Mwanawasa who was "legally savvy". I believe it was a mistake to appoint Rt Hon Kunda SC as Vice President AND Justice Minister. I wonder whether...

Living Abroad and Marriage

By Bishop Jeston & Rev. Charity Katebe The first institution that God himself created for man is marriage. He said that it is not good for man to be alone. Then man was surrounded by all kinds of animals...

Zambia’s leadership problematique

By Henry Kyambalesa During the 1960s, we harbored very high and somewhat unrealistic expectations about the socio-economic prospects of our beloved country, Zambia. Equating independence with not only self-rule, but also with genuine democracy and prosperity, we strongly believed that...

Nalubamba, an offside chief or politician?

THE institution of chief is one, which has been there since time immemorial and commands respect by the greater majority of our people. The evolution of chiefdoms is celebrated in traditional ceremonies to symbolise the country’s rich cultural diversity as...

Latest News

Lusambo warns Nutricom Food and Beverage Limited for claiming their Ginger Kombucha Energy drink can prevent Corona virus

Lusaka Province Minister Bowman Lusambo has warned that government will not allow business entities in Zambia to produce misleading...

Government releases over K5.6 billion to finance developmental, service delivery programmes

The National Treasury released last month released a sum of K5.64 billion to finance various developmental and public service delivery programmes in the country. Of...

Germany organisations donate ambulance to Kaindu clinic

Zambia’s Ambassador to Germany Anthony Mukwita has applauded Amatheon Agri and the German Arbetheir-Samariter Bund (ASB) for investing in Zambia’s health and agriculture sectors. Mr....

Street Vending is still illegal in Zambia, says Local Government Minister

Local Government Minister Charles Banda has reiterated that street vending in the country is illegal unless when conducted in designated places as prescribed by...

COVID-19 could cost Africa a GDP loss of between $22.1 billion and $88.3 billion

By Akinwumi A. Adesina These are very difficult days, as the world faces one of its worst challenges ever: the novel coronavirus pandemic. And it...
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