Opinion

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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Times of Zambia Editor, Enock Ngoma, Tells His HIV Story to Inspire Others

There are 2.04 million people in Zambia (population 13.8 million) who are HIV positive. One of them is journalist Enock Ngoma, deputy news editor at a national daily paper, the...

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President Sata Puts Up Brave Anti-Corruption Face in the Midst of Allegations

President Michael Sata has put on a brave face to pledge his commitment to the fight against corruption amid serious allegations among his senior party members. Launching the National Anti...

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UPND Seeks To Expel MPs Aligned To PF

The opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) is seeking to expel its members of parliament who are aligning themselves with the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) party. According to UPND...

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Whose Responsibility Is It?

Mwebantu, In Lusaka’s Marapodi Compound, tragedy struck; As a little girl was crossing a make-shift bridge, she fell into the stream & was swept away by a very huge current....

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Kalaki’s Korner: The Rise and Fall of King Atas

‘Thoko,’ I said, ‘What are you learning at school nowadays? Anything interesting?’ ‘It’s all so boring,’ she sighed. ‘Especially Civics. All this stuff about the constitution, the executive, parliament, judiciary,...

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