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Governing by intimidation and threats By The Post Fri 12 Nov. 2010, 04:00 CAT   [1563 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] Intolerance seriously undermines our people’s right to freedom of expression. Freedom of expression forms the backbone of democracy. Democracy will only become a reality when there is a freedom of speech, including the freedom on the […]

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By Chola Mukanga These are busy times for Bank of Zambia (BOZ) Governor Michael Gondwe. The Kwacha continues to face a battering, it is now at its weakest position in 12 months and the second worst performing currency in the region. The Governor is struggling to bring it back to what he regards as a […]

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June 30, 1990|From Associated Press LUSAKA, Zambia — A Zambian army lieutenant was captured by soldiers after he announced on state radio today that President Kenneth D. Kaunda had been toppled in a coup following five days of anti-government violence. The announcer, who identified himself in repeated broadcasts as Lt. Mwamba Luchembe of the Signals […]

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‘You can go in now,’ said the secretary as she opened the door, ‘Ms Sexier is now ready for you.’           I stepped into a darkened room, lit only by a single red light which hung over a white satin couch. And there, draped over the couch in seductive pose lay the notorious Dolly Sexier, […]

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By Field Ruwe  Please take a moment to read this article. It is clear that president Sata will not rule Zambia beyond 2021. Two obstacles stand in his way, the Constitution and age. In 2021 he will be 84 years-old, adding another five years of reign will be a strain on his health and unfair […]

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Govt will pounce on Sata – Mpombo By George Chellah Post newspaper: Monday March 12, 2007 [02:00] GOVERNMENT will pounce on Sata very aggressively if he continues to undermine President Mwanawasa, defence minister George Mpombo has warned. And Mpombo described Sata’s utterances on President Mwanawasa’s health as ‘practicing political witchcraft’. Reacting to Patriotic Front (PF) […]

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Chongwe calling By Dr Guy Scott Wed 04 Nov. 2009, 16:00 CAT   [3310 Reads, 3 Comment(s)] Sylvia Masebo (who is allegedly a niece of Robert Mugabe) cut her political teeth as a Lusaka City Councillor learning some of the ropes from Michael Sata who was Minister of Local Government in the first Chiluba cabinet. […]

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Last but not least the fast-tracking of the GJIT summons to President Banda is suspicious. The Motion was debated on Friday 15th March, 2013 and within hours they had issued their summons that was covered by the media. Who informed the GJIT of the resolution, when and how? Did the Speaker or his office communicate to the GJIT in the night for them to summon RB based on the proceedings that were concluded on Friday after 19.00 hours? It is the practice of Parliament to edit the record of proceedings before passing them as a true record. This includes circulating the verbatim record to be corrected by MPs who debated. Has editing been done?

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Part 1 Please don’t disclose my identity for fear of reprisals to my family because these days speaking your mind is an insult to the president and someone will find themselves in jails. The right to free speech is not a right anymore under this government. Have you ever wondered why we are called the […]

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Dear Editor, I write to express my heavy dissatisfaction over President Michael Chilufya Sata’s failure to discharge the duties of his office. Just this month he failed to attend the Youth day commemoration, women’s day and the 9th Cll-EXIM BANK Conclave on India-Africa Project Partnership. Not only that, he has an unhinged mental status explaining […]

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