Opinion

OPINION: Kambwili and his Daily Corruption Anthems

With a running mouth Roan Member of Parliament Chishimba Kambwili is always going to land himself in trouble. This week Kambwili ran himself in trouble in parliament when he was...

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OPINION: Bowman Chilosha Lusambo-a Classic Case of Old Habits Dying Hard

Bowman Chilosha Lusambo is one of those ministers in the Patriotic Front government that is very hard working. Lusambo has had few difficulties winning over the Copperbelt community where he...

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OPINION: Kudos Laura and Pilato for Walking the Talk

Deeds not words is the elementary code that those amongst us that attended Matero Boys Secondary School lived by. The framers of this mantra could have settled for anything more...

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Opinion: Can Kambwili Do a King Cobra Comeback?

No doubt the political headlines have belonged to Chishimba Kambwili in the last few months. Even the government papers that have anointed themselves as his bashers have had to find...

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OPINION: Traditional Leaders and Politics

The question of our traditional leaders being involved in politics has long dominated political discourse. Different traditional leaders have rubbed the national in different ways with the more flamboyant and...

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OPINION: Harry Kalaba – A Victim of His Polished Image

It is a very curious case that each time Harry Kalaba speaks these days something of a storm is raised. Even just his innocent postings of his widely followed Facebook...

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OPINION: Inside Planet Pilgrim

No doubt Dr Canisius Banda possesses a better than average mind. Dr Banda is a literary genius. Dr Banda is a born thinker. Dr Banda is humane at heart. Dr...

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OPINION: Kalaba’s Korea Outburst has to be Statement of the Week

What a week it has been with the US42 million of procurement of fire tenders topping the list. But there was perhaps something more baffling than anything the US$42 million...

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OPINION: The Politics of Procurement-A Case of Fire Tenders

Does anyone remember the debate around the printing of ballot papers in the April 2016? Does this list not ring a bell? Note that the bids were quoted in United...

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MultiChoice Treating Zambians Like “Bloody Cinderella” – Senior Journalist

Distinguished journalist Edem Djokotoe says South African pay television channel Multichoice is taking Zambians for a ride. Djokotoe is particularly upset that SuperSport will not show the Carnelo Alvarez fight...

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