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Mr Editor, It is always an honor to be accorded an opportunity through this highly influential online paper to express views that reflect the thoughts of the diaspora We ,the Zambians in the entire diaspora, highly applaud and congratulate the delegates at the National Convention on Drafting the Constitution for retaining the Dual Citizenship clause, […]

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By  CHANDA CHISALA Many Zambians have been condemning President Michael Sata for failing to fulfill his promises within 90 days as he constantly swore he would during his massive campaigns. But actually, if you really think about it, he has in fact fulfilled many of these promises in just about that period of time. He […]

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(1) Our MPs and Councillors have been targeted as prey by the same consumers who branded us corrupt.

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I have become aware of your comment on my Statement of 9th April 2013 but I refuse to engage in any polemics with you, sir. I feel that you did not read my statement or if you did you did not understand it. But I accept your challenge for me to justify my statement. However to avoid me going on a country-wide debate I have a counter challenge and I ask for “further and better particulars” from you or your Government to enable me prepare a focused response:

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Mr Editor, I want to register my concern at the extent at which our absentee Commander-in-Chief has given too much leeway to the Army Commander to run issues in the Army. What has shocked me and my fellow army officers and soldiers alike is the manner in which our commander Lt Gen Paul Mihova wants […]

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Chief Shimbizhi of the Ila people in Itezhi tezhi District in central province has strongly condemned people advocating gay rights. Chief Shimbizhi said homosexuality is an abomination and the traditional leadership and political leaders must rise against such practices. Commenting on  the recent  Muvi Television program ‘ The assignment’ which featured   Paul Kasonkomona who was […]

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Congress in Uruguay has voted overwhelmingly to legalise gay marriage, becoming the second country in Latin America to do so, after Argentina. The bill was approved by more than two-thirds of the lower chamber, despite opposition from the Catholic Church. The proposal has already been backed by the upper house. It is expected to be […]

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If correcting the situation is a risky affair, then, I, Lucky Mabenga Mulusa, representative of the people of Solwezi Central, and all the right thinking Zambians, will willingly take that risk on behalf of the down trodden.

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By Brig Gen Godfrey Miyanda – 9th April 2013 Zambians are habitually good at shooting themselves in the foot. When they identify that something is wrong or not backed by law, they nevertheless go ahead to support, promote and/or contribute to the same wrong thing! Just now there is a second circus that has been […]

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By Professor Mwiine Lubemba Before you think of copying even one of these innovative Chinese multi-facility economic processing zones… there are a few things you absolutely need to know. At the same time as Taiwan, China, India, Thailand, Malaysia and South Korea, Zambia had the Village and Small and Medium Scale Industries concept in place. In Lusaka the village […]

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