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Nullification reasons are very flimsy Dear Editor Having read the judgment by Judge Siavwapa, I can understand why the  Patriotic Front is fuming over the nullification of  Margaret Mwanakatwe’s seat. Firstly the Judge seems to suggest that he did not recognize the status of Ms Mwanakatwe as Minister of Commerce. Where did the judge get […]

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The dilemma of Zambia police and the UPND – biased media Dear Editor, As the UPND-biased media and the opposition party unite against Zambia police, Home Affairs Minister Stephen Kampyongo rubbished reports in Parliament that Police officers severely beat up a Muvi Television reporter at Radio Mano in Kasama as reported by Monze Central UPND […]

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Hiding trucks must be criminal Dear Editor, I read with disgust that Fred M’membe was hiding trucks that should have been handed over to the liquidator. Is this not an offence considering that the court has already passed an order of liquidation? It is very good that Zambians are now seeing the full colours of […]

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  Blame M’membe for the demise of Post newspaper Dear Editor, The paper that digs deeper is gone. It is disheartening to see such a force crumble like a house built on sand. Yes, Fred you saw it coming, didn’t you? Initially it was a paper that was associated with justice and fair play. It […]

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UPND’s rise from post-election quagmire Dear Editor, I had rather pertinent questions upon reading the headline story “UPND will rise – GBM” (Daily Nation, November 16, 2016), in which the UPND vice-president Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba (GBM) brought up an invalid argument about the UPND to rise, in his view, from its minor setbacks and takeover […]

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. Zambia’s missed opportunity for cheap fuel Dear Editor, In reference to Energy Forum Zambia chairman Johnstone Chikwanda’s caution to the Government to put on hold plans to disengage from fuel procurement until it had built enough strategic fuel reserves to last a minimum of 90 days (“Don’t quit fuel procurement”, Daily Nation, November 14, […]

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HH’s addiction to power Dear Editor, What could be more shameful than the rumours circulating on social media that the International Criminal Court (ICC) would nullify President Edgar Lungu’s election after November 23, 2016? These social media rumours aptly reinforce UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema’s addiction for power and irremediable stance on his masquerading as Zambia’s […]

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Zambia’s agriculture to move centre stage Dear Editor,   I strongly agree with Agriculture Minister Dora Siliya’s sentiments that agriculture was no more a way of life, but instead a business that should make people especially women to seize the opportunity. Needless to say, agriculture accounts for around 30% of Zambia’s GDP and employs around […]

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The 50%+1 threshold lacuna Dear Editor, I was shocked to read about UPND Monze Central MP Jack Mwiimbu, who strongly opposed the motion for wide ranging amendments to the new Constitution to remedy lacunas, describing it as a fraud, frivolous and a scheme. Chief amongst the major lacunas is to do with the 50%+1 threshold (“Parley […]

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  Liquidator and more Post employees locking horns Dear Editor, As appointed liquidator Lewis Mosho of Lewis Nathan Advocates holds custody and control of all the assets of the Post Newspaper and has since requested for a catalogue of all assets of the company from the proprietor Fred M’membe. But his problems are far from […]

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