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INVISIBLE HAND

The belligerence and violence demonstrated by students at higher learning institutions is not only a worry but a major concern for the quality of individuals and ultimately graduates produced by these institutions. The admission by UNZA union officials of not so invisible political hands playing a role in the strikes and riots exhibits a misplacement […]

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MMD dilemma

  FOR 20 years the Movement for Multi-Party Democracy (MMD) ruled supreme over the affairs of Zambia. The MMD was the party that brought real democracy to the country, it was the party that spearheaded privatisation, entreprenuership, road rehabilitation and of course a free and unfettered press. How things change! Today MMD is a poor […]

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UNGRATEFUL STUDENTS

IT IS agonizing to imagine that the University of Zambia and Copperbelt University students who are every day rioting and damaging public and private property are sponsored by the taxpayer. They behave this way because they have nothing to lose and feel no pain. They jeopardize their studies which are paid for by the Government […]

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Rumour mill

  This must be the only country where people pray for misfortune, to achieve political mileage. They love to hear the country will face a fuel shortage and even predict the shortage on account of rumours of a contaminated feedstock consignment that Government has rejected.  By estimating a replacement shipment they can already conclude a […]

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Deceptive gatherings

  While there is nothing wrong with political parties meeting and resolving their desire for a smooth peaceful electoral process before, during and after this year’s general elections; it is important that this is done through legitimate and recognized institutions otherwise such ventures will be considered to be partisan and therefore inimical to the very […]

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ACROBATIC SAMPA

We are very surprised and taken aback that Elias Chipimo Jnr. president of Narep, a politician we held in high esteem, could enter into an alliance with Miles Sampa  who is now aiming to stand as president. To date the credentials of Miles Sampa are not known as he has vacillated from one position to […]

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OIL PROCUREMENT

The Government deserves commendation for detecting and appropriately barring the discharge of contaminated oil feedstock.  This level of diligence deserves acknowledgment. This particular transaction now raises the stakes very high because it indicates a serious disregard of our national interest by whichever merchants supplied this contaminated feedstock, knowing full well the damage the previous consignment […]

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WHAT CHEEK!

IT DEFIES logic that a newspaper worth its name can agitate for violence, perhaps with the hope that it will feed on the chaos that follows and get away with murder. The spurious call by one newspaper that opposition parties should incite their members to wage war against the ruling party because of the isolated […]

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NAWAKWI AND LIES

  THE speed at which leader of the Forum for Democracy and Development Edith Nawakwi is making false statements to garner some political support does not only portray her as desperate politician  but also demonstrates to what low levels she can go to gain some public recognition. If madam Nawakwi was not as educated as […]

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SAMPA POLITICS

Miles Sampa must put his act together and take responsibility for very untoward consequences of his erratic conduct and demeanor. At the weekend, in pursuit of launching his party, Miles put the lives of many innocent Zambians at risk and peril by the uncalled for drama that was neither substantiated in fact nor cogent in […]

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