Wynter Kabimba vs. the Times of Zambia

The following opinion column was submitted to Zambia Reports from a reader who wishes to remain anonymous. Wynter Kabimba’s ignorance as a lawyer is seriously alarming to the PF government...

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Corruption Allegations Behind Zambia’s Oil Tender with Trafigura

While the new Patriotic Front government of Zambia has been quite outspoken on issues of anti-corruption, a number of stories are beginning to leak that some officials are bending to...

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Journalists Under Pressure in Zambia

On my recent trip to Zambia, I met up with a local journalist and we got talking on a number of issues and how the media landscape is looking from...

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Zambia’s ‘Ukwa’ No Longer a Laughing Matter

Wherever top Nigerian actor Nkem Owoh maybe at the moment, he should not be shocked when he hears that he has a replica that is giving him serious competition in...

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Democracy and Abuse of Process in Zambia

Only six months ago, Zambia was seen as the icon of African democracy, celebrated, congratulated, and hailed as a model for other nations to follow. In a mostly free and...

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Is Zambia Facing Its Own Yar’Adua Moment?

Many Nigerians recall the frightening constitutional crisis the country experienced in late 2009, early 2010 when their elderly president, Umaru Yar’Adua, absconded to Saudi Arabia for medical treatment, and did...

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