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Church must Intervene

ZAMBIA is on the brink of violence and collapse because of three people.  This country is on the verge of a major crisis and unless the church intervenes physical violence which may result in bloodshed is inevitable. The entire vice president, Dr. Guy Scott, is failing to consult with his Central Committee and chooses instead […]

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Patronizing Superiority

The patronizing superiority being exhibited by Dr. Guy Scott is totally unacceptable. It is inconceivable that he could single-handedly, without consulting the Central Committee organize a congress of more than 5,000 delegates for a party  that has no organized register and boasts of a membership without cards. It is a matter of concern that Dr. […]

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Liars are back

IT IS clear that those who told lies about the health status of President Michael Sata are back to tell more lies, if they are given a political platform to address Zambians in their quest to assume governance power. We say lies because the “sudden” death of President Sata cannot just go without questions which […]

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The die is cast

WHO goes to State House as Zambia’s sixth President following acting President Guy Scott’s announcement of January 20, 2015 as the date for the presidential by-election? This is probably the question that will preoccupy Zambians until a new President of Zambia is declared after the January poll. At face value, the Presidential election will no […]

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Reform electoral laws

THERE is an urgent need for Government to amend the laws governing the Electoral Commission of Zambia to allow for, among others, the automatic registration of eligible voters. Since there is no automatic registration of voters in Zambia, the numbers found on the voters’ roll have not been impressive to usher into State House a […]

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PF needs healing

It is not in dispute that the Patriotic Front (PF) needs healing. In fact, the healing should have started a long time ago before the PF members even lost their president, Michael Sata, who was also Republican President. Those who have followed the PF politics will no doubt remember that the ruling party has not […]

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Forces of evil at work

LET there be no mistake. This is going to be a mortal fight between the forces of evil and those of light and righteousness. Stories and controversies will abound, behind them will be malevolent forces bent to causing confusion and consternation intended to enable them retain power and influence. Pure evil may prevail unless it […]

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Peaceful transition

TOMORROW Zambia puts to rest President Michael Sata, in a ceremony that will mark the start of one of the most politically charged and tumultuous episodes of our national life. Although we are human, we believe that if great transparency had been exhibited from the very beginning, this crisis would have been averted, because apart […]

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Difficult times for PF

THE Patriotic Front is going through very difficult times as it mourns the demise of President Michael Sata and while pondering a smooth succession process. This is not an easy task as failure to commit themselves to either of the tasks would easily see the PF dislodged from Government and they will have no one […]

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PEACE

ZAMBIANS have no choice but to continue on a path of peace as they mourn President Michael Sata who died on October 28 in London and as they prepare for the tasks ahead which include the Presidential election. Death in a Zambian community evokes deep emotions among the bereaved. Death also brings “enemies” together as […]

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