Opinion

REFLECTION: Why Is Elias Munshya Upset With Dr. Chitalu Chilufya And Ms. Dora Siliya?

It’s because, like most UPND cadres, he feeds on negative energy about Zambia. So when something good is said about the country, to him it means chances of his party...

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We Need An African Response To COVID-19.

By Martin Kalunga-Banda. We should assume that COVID-19 is about to sweep across Africa. We should not assume that the response applied in East Asia, Europe, and North America is...

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REFLECTION: Gerard Shawa’s Temperament And The Power Of Mass Media.

By. Hon. Sensio Banda. Allow me to open my discourse with a quote, “Whoever controls the media, controls the mind” by Jim Morrison. To consolidate the above school of thought...

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OUR WRITERS’ COLUMN: African Governments’ Urgent COVID-19 Action Plan

By Charles Mwewa. 1. Regard this Coronavirus pandemic as a declaration of war (war period); 2. Build healthcare infrastructure with the resources earmarked for non-essential projects – provide buildings, beds,...

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OUR WRITERS’ COLUMN: Of CASINOS, A Devalued Money god

Rev. Lackson Malombola looks at how the Coronavirus pandemic has exposed the uselessness of some of our addictions. “When a storm comes it does not go through the neighbour’s house...

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OPINION: Let’s Encourage National Debate Because That’s What Democracy Is All About

I found the topic on Zambia Reports on the role of the opposition in Zambia, as to whether it exists to offer checks and balances or to misinform, very interesting....

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REFLECTION: Prof. Lungwangwa, A UPND MP For Nalikwanda, Disagrees With Mr. Hichilema

“We may not agree on a number of issues, but we develop nations by consensus through compromise. What is happening in our country’s political space is unacceptable! The Constitution is...

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COVID-19 – Africa Wake Up

Over the 90 days that the virus has been infecting the population in China and, progressively, the rest of the World – the number of consequent deaths have totalled over...

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OPINION: Jumping To Conclusions Should Concern Education Ministers

How much of your decision making process is controlled by ignorance? Lafarge Zambia said it spent K155,000 on a station and a shelter. What did its statement really mean or...

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OPINION: Should Zambia Be Discussing Elections Or Economic Emancipation Programmes?

The Russian president, Vladimir Putin, says a suggestion by MPs that would see presidential terms reset, thus allowing him to run again in 2024, would be acceptable should it be...

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