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Sata: Is This an Alarmist for President?

It is risky enough for a country to have an alarmist for a leading opposition political party, but it becomes worse when the instruments of power are vest in an...

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Can Zambia Deport Its Own Citizens?

On 12th December 2012 Zambia’s Home Affairs Minister issued a deportation order to one Abdul Simwaya. Referring to him as a “foreign national”, Hon. Edgar Lungu declared that Simwaya had become...

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Another Perspective on Presidential Immunity

This is an academic critique of the article by Elias Munshya wa Munshya titled “Penetrating Presidential Bombasa: Why the ACC Can’t Question President Rupiah Banda Without Parliamentary Sanction,” by Ebenezer Osei Opoku, guest...

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CDDR Requests Suspension of Zambia From Commonwealth

A major gathering of leaders of both civil society and major opposition parties held a press conference today to present a complaint before the Commonwealth in Johannesburg. The 39-page document...

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Opinion: Hunt for Successor 35: Zambian Journalists are Cowards

By Field Ruwe There are no media heroes in Zambia, no “Pulitzer” winners. There’s never been because Zambian journalists have been reduced to cowards, puppets, and copycats. Authoritarian ventriloquists, KK,...

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Why is Sata Hiding Behind his Wife?

Many Zambians have been wondering the deafening silence of President Michael Sata since the country lost 51 people in a tragic accident in Chibombo district involving a Post Bus, a...

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Road Agency: It’s the Third Worst Road Tragedy in Zambia

The Great North road traffic accident is the third worst accident in the history of Zambia since the country was formed. According to RATSA statistics, the worst road accident was...

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ACC Can’t Question Banda Without Parliamentary Sanction

Former republican president Rupiah Banda has been summoned by the Anti-Corruption Commission to appear before it for questioning in connection with investigations into corruption it is carrying out, but there...

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Opinion: Kalaki’s Korner’s on Cancer Treatment

This is a satire article written by Roy Clarke for his blogspot. The TV news had just finished when onto the screen came the expressionless face of the ancient Minister...

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