Opinion

Opinion: Why is Sata’s Location a Mystery?

America’s 26th President Theodore Roosevelt once said, “to announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President, right or wrong,...

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Opinion: Chipimo on The Parallel Universe, “Tolerating Corruption”

Opposition leader Elias Chipimo Jr has released a third installment of what he calls the PF parallel universe regarding issues affecting the country which the ruling party denies exist. The...

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Broken Promise: PF Prints Ballots Papers in UK

President Michael Sata came into office on the wave of massive promises that unfortunately could not be delivered within the set 90 days of assuming power. Even before that 90...

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Opinion: The Fear of King Fear

This opinion is written by Roy Clarke, a satirist. ‘How’s the maths coming along?’ I asked Thoko. ‘Terribly,’ she said sadly. ‘I don’t know the difference between indices and indecision.’...

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Opinion: The Parallel Universe Series

THE PARALLEL UNIVERSE SERIES ISSUE NUMBER 2: DELIVERING A PEOPLE DRIVEN CONSTITUTION Introduction We continue with our second instalment in our “Parallel Universe Series” in which we point out the...

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Opinion: Death Threats on Lubinda?

Kabwata Member of Parliament Given Lubinda has been undergoing intense pressure that will lead a rethink to the future of his political career as well as reflect on his association...

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Zambia: The Catholic’s Pastoral Letter

This is the full statement by the Catholic Church, through the Zambia Episcopal Conference, on the current status of the country published at the weekend. Zambia Reports reproduces here the...

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Oxygen Shortage: 3 Patients Die at UTH

The shortage of oxygen at the University Teaching Hospital (UH) has resulted in the death of three patients. But government is trying to cover up the death by claiming that...

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Minister Justifies Violence on Health Workers

Health deputy minister Christopher Mulenga has said some health workers were being beaten by patients because of their arrogance. Mulenga, however, has expressed concern at the trend of beating of...

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Opinion: The Toxic State House Call

Often times, civil society activists appear to be brave when advocating for issues that affect many people, particularly the masses, whose enjoyment of fundamental rights are infringed on. It is...

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