Archive | January, 2016

I’ve repented – Kabimba

  RAINBOW Party leader Wynter Kabimba has confessed that he was a bad leader when he was Minister of Justice and secretary general of the Patriotic Front (PF) but has since repented because he now wants to be a good leader and citizen. And Mr Kabimba has claimed that the current political atmosphere was not […]

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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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On politicians and confrontation: biblical way to confront a person

To confront means to deal with a problem or difficult situation. To confront also could mean to make someone face a difficult person. Confrontation is a normal part of communication within relationships, and is essential for constructive progression of that relationship. Zambia is a Christian nation meaning, her people manly the leaders ought to be […]

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Today’s Text Messages

      Orange alliance nothing but a tribal grouping Editor, The alliance called orange by jokers Miles Sampa, Eric Chanda and Elias Chipimo is nothing by a tribal grouping which well meaningful youth organisations, high learning institutions and the youths in  Zambia should condemn as it is nothing but a promotion of tribalism. In […]

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Letters to the Editor

  Miles Sampa’s loose alliance I could not help but laugh my lungs out over the formation of an alliance between National Restoration Party (NAREP), 4th Revolution Party and Democratic Front (DF) whose beleaguered leader Miles Sampa is going to be its presidential candidate for the August 11 battle of battles. I laughed because all […]

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2 unlicensed drivers banned

Two Livingstone based unlicensed drivers have been convicted and banned from obtaining driver’s licence in Zambia for the next three years. The two convicted by the Livingstone Magistrates’’ court were Cliff Chinkusu and Moses Mufungulwa both residents of Livingstone. Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) acting senior public relations manager Fredrick Mubanga said the duo […]

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Livestock industry important-Monde

Despite the livestock industry being a low performing sector in Zambia, it remains a very important sector in the country’s economy, Fisheries and Livestock Minister Greyford Monde has said. He said the livestock industry contributed about 45 percent to the poorest smallholder’s household income annually. Speaking in Livingstone when he opened a livestock stakeholders consultative […]

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Orange Alliance tribal – Kamba

THE Orange Alliance is nothing but a tribal grouping formed by individuals determined to diminish the chances of President Edgar Lungu winning the 11th August general elections with a 50 percent plus 1 percent majority vote in the first count of the vote, the Patriotic Front (PF) has charged. PF Lusaka Province youth chairman Kennedy […]

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Opposition demand repeal of POA

  OPPOSITION political parties have reaffirmed their resolve to unite across partisan, sectarian, religious, and other interests, starting with demanding the immediate repeal of the Public Order Act (POA) as well as the review of the Electoral Act as the country goes for the general elections on 11th August 2016. The United Party for National […]

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Zambia loses $40 million export market share

Zambia has in the last 15 years lost about US$40 million agricultural exports market from an excess of US$80, says University of Zambia (UNZA) economics lecturer Dale Mudenda. He observed that the private sector was unable to produce enough local products for export because they had challenges accessing financial capital due to expensive loans. “It […]

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