Category Archives: Columnists

13 Reasons Why Zambians in the UK are better off than at home

The best way to appreciate Britain is from outside of the UK. The place has many things to recommend life and also some down sides too. I’ll tell you more about the good things about living in the UK first, … read more »

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By Prince Bill M. Kapinga A while back a pastor friend of mine was given a lift from Chingola to Kitwe by a Good Samaritan of western origin. As the journey progressed, the Good Samaritan offered my friend a gum … read more »

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By Prince Bill M. Kapinga When I wrote an article Michael Sata’s Family Forest Explained which was published on several online publications, the PF leadership at the time came out with guns blazing. Overzealous leaders and excitable cadres alike burnt … read more »

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The Kaunda days are back….

By Reasonata The recent election of President Edgar Lungu was greeted with so much euphoria across the country. We Zambians expected a humble person to take us to the next level in economic development. Early signs show this won’t be … read more »

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Fuel crisis can expunge Zambia’s economic gains

The current if left unaverted in few days. The fuel crisis has some trickle-down effects and severe ramifications on ordinary Zambians. We are likely to see the cost of basic goods and services rise as some unscrupulous traders will find … read more »

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HIV Activist Princess Kasune Zulu To Contest As Keembe MP In 2016

By Paul Shalala United States-based HIV/AIDS activist Princess Kasune Zulu has unveiled her ambitious plans to contest the Keembe parliamentary seat during the 2016 general elections. The Chicago-based Zambian, who is married to David Schoefernacker, recently posted on her Facebook … read more »

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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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Nchito Should Be Last Private Lawyer to Become DPP

By Chanda Chimba III Embattled Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Mutembo Nchito may be on his way out of the National Prosecutions Authority (NPA). When this finally happens may President Edgar Lungu find it within himself to appoint a man … read more »

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‘Gotcha Politics!’…; Astute baiting or political naivety?

By Morgan Nkumbula A recent salvo of outrageous remarks by Zambia’s opposition leader about the nation’s ‘Secret Service’ being firmly in his tank, presumably feeding off his ‘niceties’, may be viewed as astute political baiting or misguided petulance? Regardless, it’s … read more »

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