By-elections are outright immoral and an affront to poor citizens
The impending parliamentary and local government by-elections in some seats held by MMD must be condemned by every well meaning citizen as this won’t only be a nuisance but a sheer drain on our young economy. If I may...
What were you thinking about?
By Mazala Zulu Can you remember if you were you filling your mind with positive thoughts, or were you filled with negative thoughts, worried about how things might not work out, how you will find excuses for not finishing a...
Mufumbwe by – election in perspective
By Lee Elias Tembo November 8th, 2012 witnessed by and large another very dramatic by -election, the third in less than 5 years in Mufumbwe constituency of Zambia´s North-Western province.The last parliamentary election was held last year during the 2011...
MUVI TV Boosts Women’s Inferiority?(updated)
By Theresa Lungu I was rather startled by a recent video report by Muvi TV. Their reporter, Mwaka Namfukwe was in Kantolomba Township in Ndola covering a story she titled, Some Civic Leaders in Ndola’s Kantolomba Township have resolved to...
Retirement homes for Former Presidents; Is it sustainable for our young economy?
Not so long ago,it was “revealed” that government has started building a retirement house for President Sata in New Kasama, near State Lodge in Lusaka. This project is said to have taken-off sometime in April this year. I may...
Zambia’s Accepted Norms – Mostly Carried Over from the Dark Ages
By Theresa Lungu Two weeks ago I wrote the article, The Immorality of Convicting Iris Kaingu. I was struck by the polarized views the article invoked in bloggers. Despite well-crafted insults directed at me from some bloggers, I was encouraged...
The Immorality of Convicting Iris Kaingu
By Theresa Lungu The picture of Iris Kaingu entering Lusaka Central Prison, her head bowed in shame, her young face marred with worry is a testimony of Zambia’s twisted and incompetent justice system. Thankfully her bright yellow blouse throws an...
Henry Banda’s Lawyer Robert Amsterdam should fight a clean fight: Sata is not Zambia and Zambia is not Sata.
Efforts aimed at "sabotaging" Zambia's economy by Robert Amsterdam, James Banda's lawyer, should be condemned by every Zambian regardless of political affiliation. Canadian citizen and self proclaimed international lawyer, Robert Amsterdam representing former president Rupiah Banda's son , tweeted very negative sentiments while Michael Sata was in Japan. The comments were aimed at blocking" would be" Japanese investors from investing in Zambia. He tweeted both in Japanese and English saying " President Michael Sata of Zambia is asking Japan to invest. Maybe they should ask him why he is making the state's property his own".
Present situation in Zambia worse off than during colonial era – Senior Citizen
Good morning, Allow me to speak my mind on the happenings of country Zambia.I was never there during the colonial era but what I am witnessing in our country Zambia is worse than that era. There are a few selfish individuals...
The ACC investigations on Kabimba and GBM
A call to reflection on the ACC's preliminary investigations on the allegations raised against Kabimba and Mwamba By Inyambo Akakandelwa( Spokesperson Young Leaders Alliance (YOLA) In view of the developments that have followed the allegations of corruption and abuse of office made against...
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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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