Author Archives: Kaela B Mulenga

About Kaela B Mulenga

The Author is not part of PF government or on its pay roll. These are purely his personal views.

50 Shades of Tribalism in Zambia

By Dr. Kaela B Mulenga After 50 years of uninterrupted peace and tranquility, Zambians have lost a sense of feeling the dangers of tribalism. Taking things for granted, they can no longer see what the by-products of tribal conflicts can … read more »

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KAFIKEPO TATA – FAREWELL COMRADE MICHAEL CHILUFYA SATA

By Dr. Kaela Mulenga As soon as the news that “Sata is dead” spread across the internet like bush fire, it felt as if the earth quake had hit Zambia. No it can’t be! Shocking! – exclaimed many. Yet no … read more »

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ZAMBIA HAS COME A LONG WAY: SOME HIGHLIGHTS ON 50-YR ANNIVARESARY

By Dr. Kaela B Mulenga Roughly 50 years ago, Zambia, known as Northern Rhodesia during colonial period lies north of Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) got that name from Cecil Rhodes the first British industrialist in the area. These two countries … read more »

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WINDFALL TAX CONTROVERSY – A CRITICAL ANALYSIS

By Dr. Kaela B Mulenga The Concerns It is nice to feel that one comes from a country like Zambia which is blessed with abundant natural resources and minerals like copper (cu), cobalt, uranium and others. But the celebratory mood … read more »

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Book Launch – By Prof. Dickson Mwansa: Zambia Open University

On Friday May 9th 2014 at a Lusaka Cresta Golfview Hotel – a book titled “The Family Question and Other Plays”, was launched. This important book is a collection of eight most outstanding works and plays written by Prof. Dickson … read more »

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ZAMBIA: MINERAL TAXING POLICY

By Dr. Kaela B Mulenga A recently received twit from one of my readers asked me to comment on PF’s taxing policies. I suppose this is a relevant topic now because of what is going on between the PF government … read more »

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ARREST OF PROF CHIRWA SENDING A WRONG MESSAGE TO ZAMBIANS IN THE DIASPORA

By Kaela B Mulenga To most people living in Diaspora, news that Prof Clive Chirwa (Clive) was arrested in Zambia on alleged corruption charges, was shocking to say the least. As a columnist, I got hundreds of messages sympathetic to … read more »

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Benjamin Yorum Mwila “Zambia’s outstanding president WE NEVER HAD”

By Kaela B Mulenga Benjamin Yorum Mwila (popularly known as BY) was put to rest last weekend. M.H.S.R.P. As president Michael Sata said, “let us mourn him with respect”. Indeed, Mwila in his own way he was giant of a … read more »

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UPHILL BATTLE FOR THE NEW GREEN PARTY OF ZAMBIA

Dr Kaela B Mulenga On the Zambia political landscape, two brand new parties have been formed recently. PP (Peoples Party) led by Mike Mulongoti – a former Minister in MMD government and the Green Party of Zambia (GPZ) whose President … read more »

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