Opinion

OPINION: No ‘Exit’ Entry For Us!

American Ambassador to Zambia Daniel Foote has gone on a path of trying to push on Zambia values that the majority of the Zambians do not subscribe to. Last week,...

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Can Political Rally Crowds Be Trusted?

Copperbelt was a hive of activity on Saturday. There were two political rallies in Kitwe – the opposition UPND and the NDC held separate gatherings that saw a number of...

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We Do Not Support Smuggling Of Mealie-Mealie But Killing Suspected Offenders Is A No No!

No one can be happy about smuggling of anything out of Zambia. No one can be happy about the rampant smuggling of mealie meal on the Copperbelt into the neighbouring...

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Govt Has Made A Commendable Decision On Lower Zambezi

The government on Wednesday made an announcement that no mining activities will take place in the Lower Zambezi National Park. This decision was announced when Minister of Information and chief...

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Is Makebi Zulu Lying?

Eastern Province minister Makebi Zulu has thrown a huge challenge to Hakainde Hichilema, the UPND president, to disclose his connections with Afnat Resources, Zambezi Resources and Mwembeshi Resources, all registered...

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HARRY KALABA’S LOVE FOR “GOLD”

For the past one week, Zambian media, especially social media, has been full of comments on the lifting of the High Court injunction allowing a mining company called Mwembeshi Resources...

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You Can Still Be Productive During A Holiday

President Edgar Lungu yesterday evening made a surprise announcement that this Friday, October 25, 2019 is a public holiday. His decision to declare Friday,  October 25, a public holiday resulted...

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UPND’s Attempts at “De-Tribalisation” Are Failing

United Party for National Development (UPND) president Hakainde Hichilema is set to appoint party chairperson Mutale Nalumango as his deputy. The position of UPND vice-president has been vacant since the...

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Opinion: Lawlessness Must End!

On Friday, town centre of Lusaka City was a no-go area. Businesses closed, people were scampering in all directions, tear gas canisters and gunshots were fired to disperse unruly cadres...

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OPINION: PF, UPND, What Happened To The Peace Pact?

In July, 2018, the ruling Patriotic Front and the opposition UPND signed a Peace Pact in which the country’s two largest political parties committed to end political violence. The signing...

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