By George Jere History has the answers to this vexatious problem in Zambia, events tend to repeat themselves. It was not a long time ago, year 1992 when one major mining company Anglo American abandoned us, Luanshya town was also abandoned, and a major economic upheaval beset the country, as copper prices plummeted. A Painful […]
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By George Jere Are we going on a road map to development and peace or to the hopelessness period of the first and second republic that blighted our lives to 27 years of negative growth? Below are the factors at play in our country that I believe will determine the direction and future of Zambia. […]
By George Jere The presentation of the national budget on 12th October 2012 found me in the capital city of Zambia, Lusaka . I was privileged to see the presentation live on the national broadcaster, the Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation ( ZNBC). As expected, the presentation by our erstwhile Finance Minister Hon Alexander Chikwanda was […]
By George Jere I would like to discuss the role of Interpol in Zambia in relation to the clearance of all imported cars into the country. One would think Zambia in the fifth republic should be different from the Zambia that existed in the first and second republics.
By George Jere The first time I heard of such calls was when Former late President Chiluba won a second term of office. Chiluba won with less than 50 % in his second term of office. It is noted the calls emanated from people and interested groups who were completely dissatisfied with the outcome of […]
By George Jere I made a submission to national constitutional conference on 19th July 2010. But like many other documents submitted by various individuals or bodies in Zambia it suffered the familiar fate of gathering dust. In light of the recent appointment of another constitutional revision committee by President Michael Sata in November 2011, allow […]