Opinion

Defections: President Sata’s Affinity for Corrupt Elements

Since the word “defection” was originally used in the year 1596, the world has seen a myriad of changes of political, religious and military loyalties. The motivation for defection is...

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Does the Same Law Apply to Dr Kenneth Kaunda and Rupiah Banda?

Following former Republican president Dr Kenneth Kaunda’s decision to welcome MMD defectors on behalf of the ruling Patriotic Front on Wednesday, zambiareports publishes the ruling by the Speaker of the...

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Oasis Forum Call for Kabimba, GBM Resignation and Tells off Compromised Post Newspaper

The Oasis Forum has added its voice in calling for the resignation of Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba together with his Defence counterpart Geoffrey Mwamba following corruption allegations for which they...

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Journalists’ Body in Zambia, Misa, Challenges President Sata on Oppressive Law

Following the arrest and subsequent two day detention of MMD leader Nevers Mumba in Zambia, the country’s biggest journalists’ representative body, Misa, is concerned that the PF government is using...

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Is Kaunda’s Conscience Clear?

Kenneth Kaunda may be Zambia’s founding president, but he certainly is no angel. For all that he has done to protect Zambia and advance our independence, he was also the...

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Sata’s Meddling in Road Projects a Cause for Concern

Since seizing control of Zambia’s Road Development Agency (RDA) this past September, President Michael Sata has publicly interfered in construction projects on several occasions, raising concerns over possible conflicts of...

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MMD Crisis a Test Between Grassroots and Party Elites

If the events of Saturday December 1, 2012 at the Movement for Multi-Party Democracy (MMD) secretariat in Lusaka are anything to go by, then it is clear the former ruling...

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Kalaki’s Korner: Who Let the Dogs Out?

The following article was authored by Satirist Roy Clarke I was sitting having a peaceful breakfast when Bang Crash through the front door came two large grandsons. ‘Hello Grandpa!’ they...

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A Major Shoots Himself in the Foot: Why Kachingwe Can’t Win at Law

The following article was authored by Elias Munshya wa Munshya: Issues surrounding recent events in the MMD can be analyzed from different angles. However, in this article I wish to...

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