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By RIKKI ILILONGA - HAVING known the first republican president Dr Kenneth Kaunda who is my close friend for decades, I think I can attest that my ‘old good man’ as I call him is...

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THERE is a saying in Bemba which goes: Uubomba mwibal alya mwibala. Literally translated, this means he who works in the farm eats what is produced in the farm. But euphemistically, this means that a...

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So Mandela was buried as a saint. I am not talking about the uncompromising ‘terrorist’ who went to Robben island for principles he was prepared to die for ‘if need be’ but a cowed, commercialised...

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By PASSY HAACHIZO - A VISIT to Makululu community in Kabwe in Bwacha Constituency evokes sympathy for the thousand souls who live in the shanty township that needs attention from authorities. The structures that pass...

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AFTER almost 30 year, I recently found myself back at the house the late Times of Zambia Sports Editor Ridgeway Liwena built adjacent to the then popular Dag Hammarskjoeld Stadium in Ndola not to reminisce...

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By  John Phiri - The US Presidential election is the biggest event in American politics. It’s an exciting and complicated process that begins immediately after the preceding election and doesn’t end until the voters have...

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NESLON CHANDA traces his life journey highlighting serious obstacles he had to surmount along the way, including being attacked, battered and robbed by criminals, before he achieved his life dreams. Read on… MY mother told...

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Here is why Kenneth Kaunda’s speech on this year’s Africa Freedom Day is the most important Zambia has heard since October 1964: He is the only surviving founding head of state and government who has...

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By LILLIAN  BANDA - THE declining capacity for countries like Zambia to create jobs for the youth has been a source of concern since the 1990s. It is for this reason that policy makers are...

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By JOWIT SALUSEKI? - TEEN marriages have continued to haunt Zambia, which has one of the highest child marriage rates in the world with 42 per cent. Women aged between 20-24 years are married by...

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