Opinion

OPINION: Ministry of Youth: Where Are You?

Last Tuesday, March 12, was Youth Day. This is an annual event that brings together youth from different backgrounds to ‘celebrate’ their achievements. But for many of the youths, this...

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OPINION: Sesheke Poll Violence: Why is UPND Changing Goal Posts?

The opposition United Party for National Development (UPND), soon after the Sesheke parliamentary by-election, raised serious allegations of violence against the Patriotic Front and reported the Head of State, President...

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OPINION: Kambwili Thrives on Being a Loud Mouth

Former Roan Member of Parliament Chishimba Kambwili has dominated the headlines in the recent past. When he is not throwing political tantrums in the press, Kambwili is making appearances at...

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OPINION: Keeping Fit: Lessons From Lungu’s Morning Runs

Starting to exercise isn’t a problem for many. What usually is a tough job is sticking to the exercise plan; staying the course! I used to be an exercise junkie...

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Something Isn’t Right in Our Media, BUT…

So much has been said about the Independent Broadcasting Authority’s decision to suspend Prime TV’s broadcast licence for 30 days. According to the IBA, the decision to suspend the private...

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OPINION: The Beginning of the End!

So on Wednesday, the Opposition Alliance formed just a few months ago made an announcement of the decision to part ways with the People’s Alliance for Change (PAC), a political...

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OPINION: Awe ba Kambwili, Tefyo!

Chishimba Kambwili, the Roan Member of Parliament and former information and broadcasting minister, who has challenged his expulsion from the ruling party never ceases to amaze many Zambians, including ourselves....

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Fix Zambia Police Service!

The Zambia Police Service needs urgent fixing – we mean serious fixing devoid of any political inclination. And the fixing we are talking about here should start from the top...

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How Foreign Aid Fuels African Media’s Payola Problem

By Prue Clarke At a recent press conference, a small group of Liberian journalists made a courageous admission: they confessed they were all “on the take.” To supplement salaries as...

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Ending Load Shedding: A Promise Kept?

On September 18, 2015, eight months after his election as Head of State, President Edgar Lungu made a promise to Zambians that the country “will soon” have a reduction in...

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