Opinion

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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My Life is in Danger, says Chanda Chimba

Dear Editor, Many strange things have happened to me over the last few days but the events of today Friday 18th January, 2013 can not go without being brought to...

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Opinion: Andeleki is Good Riddance

A public office is a revered institution by nature of its importance in safeguarding national interest and serving the general citizenry that finance its existence through the various taxes they...

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Kalaki’s Korner: Political Weather Forecast

This article was sourced from Roy Clarke, a satirical Zambian political commentator. The news had just finished when onto the screen leapt the energetic Peggy T Zulu of the Meteorological...

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Zambia Heading in Wrong Direction, Says Chipimo Jr

Opposition National Restoration Party president Elias Chipimo this morning held a press briefing at which he accused President Michael Sata of leading the country in the wrong direction. Chipimo Jr...

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Joint Task Force Is Not Above the Law

Our criminal justice system is totally compromised, contaminated and an aberration that is a disgrace...

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Kalaki on Michael’s New Year Message

The following article is written by a respected Zambian satirist Roy Clarke for his blog, Kalaki’s Korner. I knocked on the door and went straight in. He was sitting upright...

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A Government We Deserve?

For all our good qualities, Zambians continue to suffer from one major character flaw: we are gullible to the point of self-destruction. When Michael Sata contested the presidential campaign in...

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Opinion: Zambia’s Poor Human Rights in 2012

WHOSE HUMAN RIGHTS ANYWAY? This article was written by SAMUEL KANSANKHA, the Human Rights Commission of Zambia spokesperson, and also published in the Zambia Daily Mail. We are happy to...

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Opinion: Reverend Sikwela, Isn’t He Just Another Pharisee?

A Reverend Howard Sikwela has dropped a bombshell. He is one of the shortest serving MPs in the history of Zambia. Not because of unforeseen circumstances but his greed for...

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