Opinion

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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Mumba Yachi – A Victim Of The Lenshina Ghost?

Former presidential spokesperson Dickson Jere has laid the possibilities of incarcerated popular musician Mumba Yachi. Yachi has been in prison from August 28 for unlawful stay in Zambia and giving...

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OPINION: Could Iris’ Porn Art be the Ultimate Mental Liberation or Sheer Stupidity?

Is there really a limit as to how far Iris Kaingu will go into courting controversy? Iris has become a symbol of rebelliousness against almost everything that Zambian society holds...

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OPINION: The Mutati Must Resign Calls Symptomatic of Bad Blood Between PF and MMD

The bad blood between the ruling Patriotic Front and their alliance partners the MMD faction led by Felix Mutati is not anything that should take anyone by surprise. After all...

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Antonio Mwanza: Lesson From Kenya

The nullification of Uhuru Kenyatta’s election by the Supreme Court of Kenya is a landmark decision that must be applauded by all those that believe in democracy and justice. As...

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Laura Miti: PF Has ‘Destroyed’ Zambia’s Democracy

An Overview of the State of the Zambian Democracy Since 1991, when Zambia replaced her long serving independence President, Kenneth Kaunda, the country has solidified its reputation as a growing...

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OPINION: Police Must Reflect on their Conduct

The Zambia police once again found itself in an embarrassing situation in their eagerness to impress on their political handlers. Lusaka Province commanding officer Nelson Phiri commandeered an operation last...

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