The high incidence of strikes in Zambia
By Henry Kyambalesa The high incidence of strikes and other forms of work stoppages in Zambia today should be a source of great concern among citizens who have the interest of the country at heart. It is rather surprising that all...
When secrets can not be hidden Part 3
By Indi continued from part 2 All of this time, my heart was crying out to be loved and accepted, but there was no way I was going to believe that I ever would be. I was damaged inside and...
Government’s buying hearses
By Wesley Ngwenya The thinking and actions of Rupiah Banda and his buddies never seem to amaze me. It is reported that they have purchased one hundred hearses from China at a cost of about thirty thousand dollars each. Wow!...
When secrets can not be hidden Part 2
By Indi continued from part 1 I never gave them the details of what he did to me, but when I got home, I was whipped by my aunt so badly that I swore on everything in my life never to...
By Chrispin Ntungo The editorial on Dual Citizenship by The Post makes a lot of sense and it is right on. One thing that worries this contributor about Zambia is that when it comes to important decisions history...
Overcoming the financial crisis
By Pezzy Kudakwashe We are going through tough times. My heart bleeds for the many innocent Zambians who will go without food during this time of financial crisis. It aches for those who will die from the combination of...
Zambia is better off without Aid- Dambisa Moyo
By Milimo Moyo, New York Dr. Dambisa Moyo has revealed that she is scheduled to visit Zambia next week to speak to the government about aid-related issues raised in her popular new book, Dead Aid: Why Aid is not working...
Setting Goals for our leaders
The President and his cabinet ministers are undoubtedly the most powerful men and women in our country. These people are responsible for implementing policy, driving the economy and controlling Zambia’s meager resources. The President at the helm is the overall Chief Executive Officer of the land. In Zambia, especially, he is so powerful so much so that he is literally revered and somewhat admired by friends and foes alike. How should this powerful man together with his team govern the country?
Zambia’s Education System – 44 years after independence
By Roger Chali Every child should have a chance to go to school (Gordon Brown, British Prime Minister). The future belongs to the nation that best educates its citizens (Barack Obama, US president). Can someone explain to me why...
When will Zambians be proud to be Zambians?
By Mingeli Palata I don’t even know what day of the week this is and when I normally don’t it goes to show how busy my life can get. Its wild, I doubt I even know what the headlines read....
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Fred M’membe Features on Russian Television and denounces the West
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