Opinion

Opinion (Part 3): Is The Chinese Honeymoon In Zambia Over

Those of us in the construction industry would recall that when government came up with the 20% subcontracting to locals for construction projects given to foreign companies, we were very...

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Opinion: Concourt Could Benefit from Incessant Attacks

Funny that Constitutional Court judges should come under fire from all sides of the Zambian political divide. Note that they are a bunch of individuals with no platform to respond...

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OPINION: Is Pres. Lungu’s War on the Judiciary a Mere Coincidence?

The debate about President Edgar Lungu sending a warning note to judges over the possibility of disqualifying him from standing in the 2021 elections has generated a lot of reactions....

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Opinion (Part One): Is The Chinese Honeymoon in Zambia Over?

Two weeks ago the Chinese community in Lusaka cried foul after some of their members were rounded up at the JCS market by the joint operations team involving the police,...

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Will Pres. Lungu Hear Their Cry?

HEAR THE CRY OF A REFUGEE A criminal without a crime. By Tilyenji Mwanza Refugees are proven victims of persecution that flee their homelands in search of hope, justice and...

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OPINION: Dr Chilufya a Testament that are Still Good Men in Politics

It is very fashionable to just get to pinpoint the negatives about government officials. Half the time they are often seen to be villains in the narrative of governance. When...

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OPINION: Is Kambwili Just a Paper Tiger

Images of expelled Roan Member of Parliament Chishimba Kambwili addressing a National Democratic Congress (NDC) meeting Kitwe sent waves of panic in the ruling Patriotic Front circles. They may not...

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Opinion: Is Mukula Tree A Curse Or Blessing To Zambia?

Since the beginning of this year, the Mukula tree fiasco has never stopped ringing in our ears. If it is not government announcing its ban, then it is news about...

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OPINION: Pres. Lungu and Hichilema Need to Walk the Dialogue Path

The political situation in Zambia is much improved in the aftermath of the release of UPND president Hakainde Hichilema on August 16 from prison on charges of treason. The Commonwealth...

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Opinion: OR Memorial Should Remind Our Politicians of the Virtues Tambo Espoused

On October 13 President Chagwa Lungu and his South African counterpart Jacob Zuma stood side by side commissioning the memorial site of Oliver Reginald Tambo in Lusaka’s Chelstone area. It...

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