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Let’s vote for peace and development

  Dear Editor  The opposition elites and a few frustrated individuals in Zambia know they cannot win in a free election and so are looking for an opportunity to delegitimise or distort the electoral process and impose themselves instead. The fact is that although the opposition and a few urban elites can mount significant anti-Lungu […]

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The Great Bill of Rights

  Dear Editor, I cannot agree more with the contents published in the Comic Book ‘‘Understanding the 2016 Referendum’’ produced by the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ). I request on behalf of Zambians aged 18 and above to read the book to avoid being misled by the UPND presidential candidate who has called on Zambians […]

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Voice of Reason

THE striking contrasts between those political party leaders advocating for and against violence-free campaigns as well as consequential elections can clearly be noted. It is from their manner of speech and actions that their stance is made known to the electorate and distant political observers on the unfolding events in our political sphere. Presidential candidates, […]

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TEXT MESSAGES

Is GBM a thoughtful person?   Editor, I am very surprised to hear GBM saying that he will construct the Chingola-Solwezi road when he had a rally in Western Province yet; four days ago he said he will abandon all road projects when they are voted into power. Surely, can Zambian people get sense out […]

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Matero Constituency aspiring candidates promise development

ASPIRING parliamentary candidates for Matero Constituency have promised to transform the compound into a modern area and address the poor sanitary conditions once. The candidates contesting the seat are Lloyd Kaziya (PF), Sydney Sikanyika (FDD), Philemon Lwabila (UNIP) and Tom Michelo (UPND). And Mr Kaziya said once elected, he would improve sanitary conditions, water reticulation […]

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LAZ president under fire

  LAW Association of Zambia (LAZ) president Linda Kasonde is embarrassing the association and the entire legal fraternity in Zambia with her un-researched statements, Patriotic Front information and publicity secretary Sunday Chanda has said. He charged that it was ridiculous Ms. Kasonde to mislead Zambians with false information. Mr. Chanda was reacting to remarks by […]

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Local fuel transporters win 20% share

THE Petroleum Transporters Association Zambia (PTAZ) has thanked Governmnet for facilitating the awarding of 20 percent of fuel imports in the country to local transporters by suppliers after five years of negotiations. And PTAZ has purchased 100 tankers valued at about US$12 million with the help of BancABC following the inclusion of local players in […]

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GBM papers row rages

GEOFFREY Bwalya Mwamba is on record at Parliament having a Form 5 school certificate and two ministers have challenged the Examination Council of Zambia to confirm if that certificate was tendered for scrutiny. Foreign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba and his Local Goverment counterpart, Stephen Kampyongo said Mr Mwamba, popularly known as GBM was on record […]

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LETTERS

Three Tonga chiefs playing with fire Dear Editor, Whichever way you look at it, the action by three traditional leaders from Southern Province to have embarked on a nationwide campaign on behalf of the UPND ahead of the August general elections is pretty brazen (“UPND tribal lobby exposed”, Daily Nation, June 10, 2016). Even though […]

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EFZ backs Bill of Rights

THE Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (EFZ) says the bill of rights in its current form should be supported in the referendum as it addresses the fundamental issues that are in line with the Church’s historical values, Christian faith and morality. According to a communiqué on the bill of rights signed by EFZ executive director Reverend […]

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