Opinion

Who will defend press freedom in Zambia ?

The work of journalists is becoming increasingly difficult in Zambia due to growing intolerance by the state to independent media and a rise in cases of harassment of journalists. A...

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Criminals in Robes

Last week I wrote about the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Mutembo Nchito who is abusing his office by flashing out Nolles to friends and relatives and giving out instructions...

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Is President Sata Ashamed of his Health Condition?

It is clear that President Michael Sata is too shy and probably much too ashamed to come out in the open and tell us that he is suffering from this...

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Grading Zambia’s Presidents: Frederick Chiluba

Titus Frederick Chiluba, President of Zambia 1991-2000 The late President Frederick Titus Chiluba became the second republican president of Zambia in 1991. He won the presidency in a massive landslide...

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Kalaki’s Korner: The Vampire in the Room

There is one dreadful underlying question about politics in Zambia – can people really change the government? Can we change the way a political party behaves when they are in...

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Saki Speaks for Kidnapped Zambian in Darfur

Sakwiba Sikota has stepped up to plead the case of kidnapped Zambian humanitarian worker Felix Ngoma who has been kidnapped in Sudan for 18 days now. Sikota reckons the warm...

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Nchito: The Prosecutor Specialised in Not Prosecuting

Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) now called National Prosecutions Authority (NPA) Mutembo Nchito has made quite the name for himself in Zambia – though it’s not due to any record...

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Grading Zambia’s Presidents: Kenneth Kaunda

Faced with the current state of our economy there is need to reflect on what has gone wrong to our promising young nation. A nation that was fourth richest in...

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Kalaki: Headless Chicken Cabinet

It is clear from a reading of the independent media as well as the social media, that hardly anybody believes the official government announcement that the president chaired a cabinet...

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Medical Tourism Is Hurting Zambia

Under the Constitution, all Zambians are equal under the law, but sometimes it would appear that some Zambians are more equal than others. When Kazimu Sata, the son of President...

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