Opinion

Opinion: Things Fall Apart, Zambia Edition

Zambia may not always be rich, but we always had plenty to eat. That may not be the case for long....

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Opinion: Michael Sata’s Irrational Fear of Opposition

Sata used to denounce the Public Order Act, but now he loves it...

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Kalaki’s Korner: Army Worms Take Over

This article was authored by satirist Roy Clarke on his weekly blog, Kalaki’s Korner. ‘Will you not have a drop yourself?’ I asked Sishuwa Sishuwa, as I poured myself another...

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Mulongoti’s Apology Tour

If Mike Mulongoti’s apology for supporting President Michael Sata during last year’s general elections is anything to go by, then one can safely say that the people of Zambia are...

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Children of Deported Businessman Challenge Zambian Minister Lungu

The two children of deported businessman Mustafa Simwaya and Asia Simwaya have dared home affairs to deport Vice-President Guy Scott when he commits an offence like the way government has...

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Accommodate Divergent Views, Unza Don Tells Patriotic Front

Political scientist Choolwe Beyani has advised government to be accommodative of divergent views and be more accommodative of what Zambians are saying. Beyani said government should be ready to embrace...

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President Sata’s Gaffes on National Issues Haunts his Reactions

President Michael Sata has had a tough week of self inflicted gaffes over a number of national issues. State House has been kept busy issuing reactive statements to several stakeholders...

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Oasis Forum Defends LAZ President James Banda

Following attacks by State House targeted at the Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) president James Banda, the Oasis Forum has responded strongly to defend the lawyers’ body urging the PF...

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Namulambe’s Exit: It’s The Rural Vote at Play

The Patriotic Front is sending a very clear message. It has started engaging in campaigns for the 2016 elections. And one thing for sure is President Michael Sata and his...

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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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