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Over 21 years  ago multipartism came to to Zambia it  laid the corner stone of our young  democracy . We now find it necessary to further sharpen it, Now, it is very necessary that we should not flinch from seeing what is vile and debasing. There is filth on the floor, and it must be […]

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In yesterday’s edition of The Post newspaper; you were naturally accorded a screaming front page headline by your associates at The Post newspaper where you spewed-out your vile and venomous hatred for one Hakainde Hichilema, leader of third largest opposition political party in the nation, the United Party for National Development (UPND).In the same article, […]

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Lucky Mulusa, MP. I have learnt with mild shock that there will be a motion to lift our fourth President Mr Rupiah Banda’s (RB) immunity on Friday 15th March, 2013. Mild shock because PF are so predictable! I am here in Addis Ababa at the African Union on Pan African Parliamentary duties, together with Hon Mazoka, […]

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14 March 2013, LONDON – Following news reports of Zambia’s ruling Patriotic Front (PF) party tabling a motion before parliament requesting the removal of immunity of former President Rupiah Banda, lawyer Robert Amsterdam has denounced the measure as a politically motivated desecration of the rule of law. “By attempting to remove former President Banda’s immunity […]

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A FORMER Secretary General of the disbanded Former Freedom Fighters  League of Zambia advised who has been receiving death threats from the Patriotic Front (PF) ministers and cadres has threatened to engage the international  community for sanctions if corrective measures are not put in place. Dickson Kaminda said some government officials were sending death threats […]

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‘The next item on the agenda this morning,’ said Cycle Mata, as he looked around the cabinet table, ‘is youth policy. Tomorrow is Youth Day, so I want to go to the march past and say something about youth employment policy.’ The Minister for Age and Fat, Chipembele Kambilimbili, turned to the minister next to […]

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By Chanda Chisala  I think it is now completely clear that the current president of Zambia, Mr. Michael Sata, does not have a clue what to do about the seemingly intractable problems of the nation he is leading. I think he sincerely wanted to help the country and he sincerely felt compassion for the many […]

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The cutting of Dandy Crazy’s dreadlocks by force is the highest form of stupidity and brutality by the Zambia police. We wonder what kind of dogs wears our police uniforms. We do not agree with Moses Wesley Chibambo’s life style (we need not), and his political choices, but that citizen deserves to be treated with […]

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Petauke district commissioner Elijah Mwale says the poor crop quality in the district is a clear projection of  looming hunger in this coming harvesting season. The district commissioner cited a number of challenges which have contributed to the poor crop standard in all the six chiefdoms of Petauke district. Speaking to ZANIS ,  Mr.Mwale pointed out that the rainfall pattern […]

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I am not anti- sata and am not writting this to condem sata.I am writting to tell the truth and if the truth condems president sata then he stands condemned.I am for truth no matter who tells it. I am for justice no matter who it is for or against.I am a human being first […]

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