The case for State Capitalism in Zambia: Dr. Mbewe is an advocate for the motion because of what he calls “the culture of the Zambians (always looking out to somebody or supernatural force to solve the problems); the lack of a significant level of middle class – the driving force in a capitalist economy; the […]
Archive | March, 2010
Chiefs, Politics and Society is our topic for this week. We will discuss the thorny issue of whether chiefs should become Members of Parliament, their influence in elections and the emergence of cadre chiefs. On the social side we ‘ll discuss chiefs as guardian of local justice, human rights, gender, education, health and food security.
James talks to Rabson about various issues on Zambia.
James talks to Oliver about Healthcare in Zambia and other issues.
ITU has deployed 25 satellite terminals to help restore vital communication links in the aftermath of the massive 8.8-magnitude earthquake and tsunami that hit Chile on 27 February, killing over 700 people and cutting communications links in the city of Concepción and towns along the coast. In a press release, ITU indicates that the equipment […]
He is a Ghanaian-born journalist, writer, newspaper columnist and media trainer who has been living and working in Zambia for over 22 years. He was the first Training Editor of Post Newspapers Ltd in Zambia and was responsible for starting the Business Post, a weekly newspaper supplement. He also undertook a number of investigative assignments […]