Opinion

‘King Cobra’ Has Citizens Worried

Ten months after Michael Sata’s historic victory Zambians are starting to wonder whether they made the right choice. Louise Redvers reports in the Mail & Guardian. He came to power...

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Choking With Envy Over Rupiah Banda’s Legacy

Patriotic Front chief executive Wynter Kabimba should be choking with immeasurable envy each time Zambian fourth Republican president Rupiah Banda’s democratic leadership is reflected on the international. The international community...

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Fuel And Power Blackouts Exposing Sata’s Poor Leadership

When Zambian President Michael Sata was leader of the then biggest opposition the Patriotic Front, he gained political mileage from a short spell of fuel shortage and rode his election...

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Zambia’s Protests a Sign of What’s to Come

There is a popular saying in Zambia that the best way to defeat or show a nagging fly that you are superior is by defecating in many places so that...

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Michael Sata, The Unquiet Diplomat

Sometimes in life, keeping one’s mouth shut is not a sign of cowardice, but rather one of restraint.  When it comes to the public appearances of of our Head of...

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Why Doesn’t Transparency International Care About Zambia?

It is well known to many of my friends among the opposition in Zambia that international NGOs in the country have been politically compromised by the Patriotic Front.  It is...

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Zambia: Uses and Abuses of the Justice System

I don’t often agree with our president, Mr. Michael Sata, but I think we can probably acknowledge that he got this one right. Sata deserves some credit for the candid...

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Michael Sata’s One-Party State and the Rights of Zambian Citizens

Attempts to turn Zambia into a one-party state by PF leader Michael Sata through intimidation and abuse of the legal process aimed at muzzling the media are being met with...

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No More Nationalizations, Says Sata, Except for Those He Wants to Nationalize

After taking a drubbing this week as the High Court moved to block his handpicked judicial review tribunal aimed at protecting his friends from a $3 million debt, President Michael...

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