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Kaunda did not unite Zambia, he impoverished it

Those of you who wish can go and join the pwando for Kenneth Kaunda ‘s 90th birthday. At Watchdog, though we wish Kaunda well, we know who he is and will not therefore join in the lies and good deeds wrongfully attributed to him. What we know is that Kaunda was a dictator. Kaunda did […]

The Grand Coalition’s Position on the Constitution Making Process in Zambia PRESS STATEMENT 23 April 2014, Kampingila House, Lusaka Dear Colleagues, We welcome you all to this briefing at which we want to state the position of the Grand Coalition over the Constitution review process against the backdrop of various events and statements seen over […]

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Dear Editor, I would like to bring to your attention the exploitation of Zambians taking place at The Dangote Industries Zambia Ltd Cement Plant in Chief Chiwalas Area. The Dangote Industries Zambia Ltd cement plant, which is still under construction, employs Zambians and a group of Indian expatriates who together oversee the work of the […]

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Editor, On 13 August 2006, The Times of Zambia reported that Xen Vlahakis of Safari Par Excellence,  had obtained two 99-leasehold title deeds (Plot No. 14730/m and 14732/m) in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. The ZAWA DG of the time, Hapenga Kabeta, explained in the newspaper report, that this was not allowed, but that a 25-year Tourism […]

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Musician Pilato releases another hit song “One day nakateka” asking president Michael Sata several questions about governance issues, high cost of living, lack of drugs, and how he has changed from a man of action to whatever he is today, etc. You can listen to the song here: http://c2lo.reverbnation.com/audio_player/download_song_direct/20670430/bcb70b42b8a5f15d80cfa0f20dac7f1a

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DENNIS LIWEWE – Zambia What Okonkwo and Lartey were to Nigeria and Ghana respectively, Liwewe was to his native Zambia. In the glory days of the ‘KK 11′ (as Zambia’s national team was then famously referred to), Liwewe’s career bloomed as strongly as his voice boomed. In the build-up to a goal, Liwewe would rattle […]

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By Elias C Chipimo (President NAREP) The PF never promised us more crime in our cities but that is exactly what Zambia has inherited by making the decision to vote them into power. The travel advisory by the United States government last week on Wednesday warning its citizens to be aware of the increased crime rate […]

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The government has put together a team of senior officials to hunt down people operating Zambian Watchdog. This team is led by Deputy Inspector of Police Solomon Jere. Others in the team are DEC director Alita Mbavwe, Xavior Chungu, Director of Technical Service of special division (OP), a Director at ministry of Transport a Mr […]

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By Titus Walamba A bad carpenter always blames his tools, this adage is a classical description of the efforts by government to hunt-down the Zambian Watchdog. The absurdity in this is like a mad man who abandons his burning house to pursue a fleeing rat. There are more serious issues which government needs to address […]

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Dear Editor, I trust you will conceal my name but there is panic in the Intelligence wing where I work over the realization that they have misled the President over his son Mulenga Sata as regards (a) his popularity (b) his eligibility The attempt to front Mulenga has caused huge uproar both within and outside […]

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