Opinion

M’membe’s PF Confession: Let’s Share the Honey

Post Editor Fred M’membe has stepped up his cry baby antics as his stake in the ruling Patriotic Front is being squeezed out by now publicly demanding more recognition. In...

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Yes, We Should Be Worried About President Sata

Zambia has the unique and unfortunate honour of being the only African nation to ever be ruled for some six months without a head of state. Reliable informants say that...

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Opinion: How Can Dr Kaseba Proudly Giggle at Sata’s Frail Frame?

Watching First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba giggling as a frail looking President Michael Sata suffered through his 29 minutes torturous speech performance in parliament raised the question as to how...

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Letter: Shamenda Shouldn’t Rock the Boat

Dear editor, Kindly withhold my name for now, but as this Shamenda sham continues to unfold and the dirty finally hits the fan, even government will be too embarrassed to...

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Was UPND Biggest Loser in the By-Elections?

Now that we have had a week to reflect on the recent September 11 by-elections in five constituencies, we can begin to think about who are the winners and losers....

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Opinion: Why is Sata Hiding from Journalists?

We prod and urge President Sata to accept to be subjected to public scrutiny in a manner that the public may want to see him in the lens of the...

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Is Zambia an Organised Criminal State?

Fred M’mebe, the Publisher of The Post newspaper of Zambia is accused of having committed the crime of wilfully and deliberately not meeting tax liabilities since 2011 when the Patriotic...

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Reflections on Zambia’s Jubilee, Part 1

Fifty years of relative peace and tranquillity is no mean achievement for Zambia which in more ways than one is some kind of siamese twin with its eastern most neighbour,...

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Opinion: Kabinga Pande Looks at Zambia’s Jubilee

The author of this article, Kabinga J Pande, is Member of Parliament for MMD in Kasempa and a journalist by profession. Zambia celebrates 50 years of independence this year, the...

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What Does It Take to Open Parliament?

Today all eyes will be on Mkushi, where President Michael Sata is making his first public appearance in almost three months. Unlike the recent swearing-in ceremonies, they will not be...

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