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Deputy Chief of Mission at the Zambian Embassy in Washington DC, United States, Ben Kangwa will soon return to take over as ZNBC director General. Current Director Chibamba Kanyama is said to be headed to some World Bank job in USA as a compromise, according to sources in the ministry of Foreign Affairs. Kangwa left […]

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By Laura Miti Rwanda is commemorating 20 years since the genocide of 94, a dark 100-day period of blood spilling that seared the collective human conscience and one whose insanity we still grapple with. As the world reflects on how Rwanda was allowed and more importantly how the like of it can be prevented from […]

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Sondashi sues Post, Dail Nation

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Lusaka lawyer Ludwig Sondashi has sued MMD vice president for politics Michael Kaingu for defamation of character. Dr Sondashi has also separately sued two private newspapers, the The Post and Daily Nation claiming similar remedies over separate articles they published against him which he feels brought his name into ridicule and disrepute. He has in […]

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We remain staunchly unimpressed by the PF’s purported fight again corruption following the decision by the Anti-Corruption Commission to probe Honourable Chishimba Kambwili for allegedly allowing his government ministry to spend money on congratulatory messages for his personal development. What the PF would like to present as a continuing example of its solid credentials in […]

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Is there hope for a people driven constitution today? As the National students union body in Zambia, we have followed with keen interest the proceedings around the drafting of the national constitution by the Technical Committee. In view of this, one of the important outcomes at our most recent National congress held from 22nd to 23rd […]

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Dear Editor, Please withhold my identity for fear of victimisation. I am a student enrolled for a master of arts degree in peace and conflict studies at the Copperbelt University under the Dag Hammarskjold Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies. The problem is that since the last semester our results have not been released and we […]

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Dear Editor, Thank you in advance for according me this opportunity to air my grievances. Please this is a critical health matter that I thought to bring out to the nation. It has saddened me to see that Chainama Hospital along Great East Road is contributing to the disease burden through subjecting out-door patients at […]

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A 35 year old man of Kapiri-Mposhi has been arrested for allegedly defiling and impregnating his 13year old biological daughter. Philemon Musonda of Kafwaka area, whose daughter is now five months pregnant is said to have had sex with her on several occasions between October 2013 and February 2014 and constantly threatened her against revealing […]

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Most Zambians are complaining of the biting economy. The weakening Kwacha is the order of the day. Economists and government officials say Zambia has to increase its exports if the Kwacha has to perform better. However, there is one point which our learned Economists have not told us that is contributing to the poor performance […]

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Editor, Many of us living in Zambia and possessing voting rights were motivated in parts to vote for PF in the previous general election because we felt that President Michael Sata and the likes of Hon Sichinga, Dr Mutukwa and Hon Kabimba had successfully managed to put the Party on the international scene with much […]

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