PF should have called Bill 10 as “Bill Third Term” – TelesphoreARCHBISHOP Telesphore Mpundu says Zambia is in a dictatorial regime, in everything, except name. And Archbishop Mpundu says PF should have called Bill 10 as “Bill Third Term”. Meanwhile, Archbishop Mpundu says the ruling Patriotic Front risks not having a presidential candidate in next year’s elections because President Lungu is not eligible to stand. Speaking when he appeared on MUVI TV’s The Assignment programme, Sunday, Archbishop Mpundu said Zambia was now a dictatorship. “When it comes to freedom of expression, freedom of speech…those young people who wanted to meet the President what happened? They were threatened by guns! Our own.......
Kaziya is right, but PF will fight him for confronting the truthHONOURABLE Lloyd Kaziya, the PF member of parliament for Matero Constituency, says it will be hard for the ruling party to campaign ahead of the 2021 general elections because cadres have been allowed to conduct so many illegalities in the name of the party without facing consequences. The former minister adds that because of his intolerance for illegalities and corruption, he has remained unpopular among PF cadres in his constituency. “There is this group that has been awarding land to Indians, and foreigners. How much have they eaten? You see, what happened in Emmasdale has now escalated to Kitwe and....
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Zambia records 213 new COVID-19 cases, 2 deathsTHE Ministry of Health has announced that Zambia has recorded 213 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours out of 1,091 tests done. And the ministry says Zambia also lost two COVID-19 patients in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths to 173. Speaking during the COVID-19 briefing, Tuesday, Ministry spokesperson Dr Abel Kabalo said the two patients who had died were being treated for severe pneumonia at Levy Mwanawasa University Teaching Hospital. “In the….
Walking the Talk on Policy Pronouncements: The Economic Cost of Chaotic PoliciesThe Seventh National Development Plan (7NDP) which comes to an end in 2021 has been the primary guiding document underpinning Zambia’s development agenda since 2017. Since we are inching towards the end of the plan, it is important that a critique is conducted using the evidence that is currently obtaining on the ground. The pillar of particular interest in the plan that is worth dissecting is “Economic Diversification and Job Creation”. It is clear that the framers of this national....