Ode Dr Justin Kangwa

By Emmanuel Mwamba He was always calm in the most difficult of circumstances and encounters He didn’t display panic, or restlessness even in moments of deep crisis. But he was a highly compassionate and empathetic person probably inspired as a devout Catholic. I met him in 2002, when I joined a small team around the […]

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Stress on roads can reduce if…..

By Canon Eng Kenneth Chense The key success factor that can unlock capital funds into the railway industry, on a debt-free PPP basis, to relieve the destructive stress on the tarmac road system, is to separate the railway fixed stock from the rolling stock, for accelerated economic gain to occur on a win-win basis. The private […]

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Zambia’s 10-year rule

By Michael Chishala More than a year ago, I wrote an article in which I expressed strong concerns that the main opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) was making itself irrelevant by being obsessed on their dead election petition and their “right to be heard” court case. Many others since then have begun ringing […]

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