Archive | February, 2014

Kabimba’s clearance to be challenged

The clearance of Wynter Kabimba on by the Judge Evans Hamaundu Tribunal will be challenged through judicial review because the findings were predetermined and violated every sense of morality and good governance. Kabimba who doubles as Justice Minister and Patriotic Front (PF) secretary general has been cleared of allegations of having committed any felony after […]

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The lessons of Ukraine

It is always a mistake to underestimate the feelings of the people. As a collective, the people represent the voice of God, which is shunned at one’s own peril. This is because the collective represents integrity, transparency and wholeness, as opposed to manipulation; guile and subterfuge that always accompany bad governance, corruption and extreme graft. […]

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Bemba chiefs confront Sata

President Michael Sata has declared that he will not recognise Henry Kanyata Sosala former senior chief Mwamba, as the Paramount Chief Chitimukulu Kanyanta Manga II of the Bemba people. And the Head of State surprised the four man team from Bembaland that held a meeting with him at State House on Thursday last week when […]

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Call us animals; we still demand new constitution-Mambo

The people of this country will not stop demanding for a people-driven constitution even if President Sata has started calling Zambians useless and animals, Chikondi Foundation president Bishop John Mambo has charged. Mambo said Non-Government Organisations (NGOs), the Church and Zambians would not stop asking for the constitution abusing them despite President Sata verbally. He […]

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Masebo abrogatted the law says Harrington

Former minister of Transport and Communications William Harrington has charged that Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo breached the Zambia Wildlife Authority (Act) when she unilaterally dissolved the board of directors and fired four of its directors at the institution.    And one of the directors who was fired by Masebo, Taulino Banda who was […]

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judges ratification raises controversy

Controversy has erupted over the impending ratification by Parliament, of two Supreme Court judges Evans Hamaundu and Albert Wood scheduled for tomorrow. Last week Vice President Guy Scott announced that Parliament would this coming Wednesday consider the ratification of the two Judges. Meanwhile opposition parties are investigating how  the names went approved by the select […]

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Katuba headman exposes PF vote buying

Buying of votes in Katuba constituency by PF has continued, says Headman Chilwana Luswana. Headman Luswana claimed that fellow two named headmen had been paid mone to try and win  votes in Chunga and Muchenje wards. Luswana said the PF government has also bought sand, crushing stones and iron sheets for Katete Primary School in […]

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The lessons of Ukraine

It is always a mistake to underestimate the feelings of the people. As a collective, the people represent the voice of God, which is shunned at one’s own peril. This is because the collective represents integrity, transparency and wholeness, as opposed to manipulation; guile and subterfuge that always accompany bad governance, corruption and extreme graft. […]

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Zambians want people driven constitution

THE Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) has said Zambians need a people-driven constitution because it will serve the desire and aspirations of Zambians and will help to protect the poor from the exploitative rich people who want to grab everything from the poor. JCTR Programme Officer-Faith and Justice Programme Kizito Chalwe said a people-driven […]

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Daily Mail fires Mukwita

The Zambia Daily Mail has with immediate effect fired its managing director Anthony Mukwita. Zambia Daily Mail board vice-chairman Tamara Kambikambi yesterday said the newspaper had decided to terminate the contract of Mukwita in a bid to re-organise the management team at the institution. Kambikambi said it had become clear that Zambia Daily Mail needed […]

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