Opinion

Opinion: The Tragedy Of Perception

There comes a time in any nation, when the men and women find themselves at a cross road. At this point, they ought to recognize that there are only two...

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Brig Gen Miyanda Warns,”Dictators are Created, not Born”

Heritage Party president Brigadier General Godfrey Miyanda has said dictators are not born but are created. Speaking on Cross Fire Radio, Brig Gen Miyanda said it is important to dialogue...

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Open Letter: Zambians are Being Duped on Rupiah’s Immunity

Former Defence minister Benjamin Yorum Mwila observes that Zambians are being duped into joining a crusade to call for the removal of fourth Republican president Rupiah Banda’s immunity by individuals...

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Opinion: Zambia Is No Country for Old Men

“This should be pure amnesia or it could actually be dementia.” “Well I personally think this is just fatigue, the old man looks strong, I only get worried when he...

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Opinion: Namulambe’s Victory in Mpongwe

As that notorious political parasite, prostitute and beg bug celebrates his corrupt victory, he will do well to remember the true meaning of his victory. Namulambe’s victory is a victory...

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Opinion: Is Edgar Lungu Ever Sober?

Its a pity that our country has a man of Edgar Lungu’s kind for a Ministerial of home affairs. We have no doubt that Edgar Lungu is the worst minister...

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Kalaki’s Korner: By-Election Business

‘Turn on the TV,’ said Sara, ‘We’d better steel ourselves for more gruesome news from the by-elections. Maybe more police misbehaviour.’ ‘Let’s hope that Sillyman Jelly hasn’t been stirring up...

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Night of the Long Knives

Authored by “A Correspondent” Dark days continue to linger over Zambia as the country’s democracy continues to come under threat of violence and lack of tolerance being perpetrated by the...

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Dear Mr. President, H.E Michael Chilufya Sata

Dear Mr President, I wonder how you expect me to report for work as early as 8hrs because firstly when I knock off work from work at 6pm, I find...

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Sakeni’s Ignorance Is a Disease

The legal doctrine that renders ignorance without defence is an important aspect of life. It is one that information minister Kennedy Sakeni may find valuable in his exercise of duty....

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