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Who are the Greatest Tribalists?

Brebner Changala Writes Chanda Nyela must be arrested for his tribal utterances criminal abuse against the Tonga people of Southern Province,just like Chishimba Kambwili was arrested for verbally abusing an Indian National. On Chishimba Kambwili the police never wasted time to effect an arrest. What’s good for the geese is good for the gander. Tonga […]

Malawian Judges Stand Tall

A momentous decision by the Malawian judges clearly shows us that they stand head and shoulders above most in Africa in the delivery of justice. This is a great achievement and it is hoped that better Elections Management will prevail in Malawi going forward. This is in sharp contrast to the Zambian shameful presidential election […]

Chilubi by Election: Testament of failed law adherence, enforcement and the exhibition of political power and corruption.

By Macdonald Chipenzi A few days ago reports of distribution of mealie-meal in Chilubi Island ahead of the by-election emerged. Without shame the Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) admitted doing that and further vowing never to stop doing it with or without a by-election. The next day, openly using Political power publicly flagged off […]

Why Edgar Lungu Wants Bill 10 Enacted into law.

“We Will make the law on your behalf”, President Edgar Lungu vowed at one of his national address last year and alerting those opposed to Bill 10. But the preamble of our current Constitution opens thus: WE, THE PEOPLE OF ZAMBIA…and ends with…DO HEREBY SOLEMNLY ADOPT AND GIVE TO OURSELVES THIS CONSTITUTION”. It does not […]

Who will save Zambia?

By Linda Kasonde  I grew up in Zambia in the 1980s and 1990s. I am old enough to remember some of what it was like to live under authoritarian one-party rule in Zambia. I remember that people felt afraid of speaking openly and frankly over the phone. I remember stories of people dying under mysterious circumstances. […]