Open Letter to First President Dr Kenneth Kaunda
It is very disappointing that today you can stand on a podium and warmly welcome people defecting from opposition MMD to join the ruling PF. I may not be a lawyer per se but my humble understating of the law...
Acting As If…..
By Mazala Zulu One of the most powerful secrets of success is something that you already know and did very well as a small child. I remember as a child, my friends and I would pretend to be pilots, teachers, or...
Some of the Habits that easily offend others or make us stand out as Dim-Wits
For a change, I want to steer fellow bloggers from politics and provoke a debate on some of our inherent bad habits that easily offend others or simply make us stand out as dim-wits! Picking your nose I almost made a...
A Major Shoots Himself in the Foot: Why Kachingwe Can’t Win at Law
By Elias Munshya wa Munshya Issues surrounding recent events in the MMD can be analyzed from different angles. However, in this article I wish to concentrate on only one angle. That is whether Major Kachingwe can succeed at law to...
Honourable Wynter Kabimba Must Resign
What happened at the offices of the Anti Corruption Commission with respect to the scheduled interview of Hon Wynter Kabimba SC was a disgrace. The Anti Corruption Commission is an arm of the Executive and is commissioned by the President. What Honourable Kabimba did with the Patriotic Front cadres is to give a two finger salute to the President who is the appointing authority.
National Registration cards are tribalist and need to be modified
By Mr.Musonda In Zambia there is tribalism by law.Our national registration cards are tribalist.Why do you ask me the village I come from and for my chief ? Does it mean to be a Zambian is not enough unless you...
Conversations in AIDS
By Theresa Lungu A couple of years ago, while studying at Boston College in Massachusetts, I was asked to be a guest speaker in an undergraduate class; AIDS in Africa. I mulled over how I would portray the true picture...
Open Letter to President Sata: Please stop the blame game!
By Rev K.Kaoma Mr. President, I am exceedingly disappointed that we are now lining up for mealie-meal in our nation. I find it extremely discourteous that Vice President Mr. Guy Scott had the guts to blame the shortages on millers...
Is Zambia Sata’s Animal Farm?
By Rev K.Kaoma The selective application of the law under President Sata’s administration is nerve-wracking. Zambia is a democracy and not the “animal farm,” in which citizens are treated differently based on their socio-economic and political status. In a democracy,...
Shortage of Water at the University Teaching hospital
REF: COMPLAINT ABOUT LOAD SHEDDING AND LACK OF WATER IN THE MATERNITY AND THEATRE WINGS AT MUMBWA AND THE UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL. Dear Honorable the Speaker of the National Assembly, I am writing to you to request an urgent intervention from...
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ERB Reduces Fuel Prices in Response to International Market and Exchange Rate Fluctuations
The Energy Regulation Board (ERB) has announced a significant reduction in the pump prices of petrol, diesel, kerosene, and...
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