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President Sata’s 90 days is a Success

President Sata faced lots of challenges when he took office. But his leadership and government have succeeded in delivering their campaign promises. When he took office, MMD government left record high unemployment; the economy was in its worse state and public trust in government institutions was at lowest mark. In just 90 days, President Sata […]

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Give President Sata a Chance

The Zambian people spoke clearly by choosing President Sata. The people of Zambia chose President Sata to clean up the failed policies of MMD. Just as the President Sata starts to move the country into the right direction, we have all these MMD-sponsored officials saying the President should not talk about kwacha printing scandal or […]

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Major Political Parties in Zambia Lack Good Leaders

Socio-economic conditions in the domestic, regional and global environments are changing constantly—they are in a state of flux! As such, yesterday’s approaches to the resolution of our country’s problems are not likely to do an effective job; after all, they have evidently and lamentably failed to do the job in the past! We, therefore, need […]

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MMD Has Failed to Fight Crime

Current reports by some news sources around the world concerning the unprecedented incidence of crime and xenophobic sentiments in South Africa have got me pondering whether there is anything we can do in Zambia to save ourselves from experiencing a similar situation. At present, government leaders in Zambia seem to be oblivious to the spate […]

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President Rupiah Banda’s Legacy

There has been so much talking about “continuing with the Mwanawasa legacy” by Movement for Multi-party Democracy (MMD) leaders recently—a legacy whose content they have not been able to explain to the Zambian people. If the so-called “legacy” includes the introduction of free education up to Grade 7, it does not match the legacy of […]

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