• Saudi Arabia Offers Cheap Oil To Zambia

    Saudi Arabia Offers Cheap Oil To Zambia0

    The Saudi Arabian government, through the Saudi Fund for Development, has offered a US$20 million revolving fund to supply cheap oil to Zambia and reduce domestic fuel prices for the next five years. The oil money, which is being offered at a 3.5% interest, is meant to reduce Zambia’s fuel prices which are one of

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  • Democracy, my foot

    Democracy, my foot0

    Like many other Ugandans, whatever illusions I might have had about our being a “democracy” were quashed in February. But, every now and then I chance upon something that extols our democratic virtues. Government literature, especially. It’s rare to read a government report whose foreword or introduction does not include a reminder about how far

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  • Why Kenyans Need to Jealously Guard their Freedoms

    Why Kenyans Need to Jealously Guard their Freedoms0

    President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration has since inception tried to limit the freedoms Kenyans fought for, died for and eventually enshrined on their supreme law which is the Kenyan Constitution. These attempts were first legal in nature but are of late taking a very dangerous turn. It started with an attempt to curtail media freedoms enshrined in

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  • Will the People of Magufuli Eat Boils?0

    “Let them eat cake” – Marie Antoinette The presidential honeymoon is not yet over. President Magufuli is still enjoying the popularity he has earned in his holy war on grand corruption. Christened “bursting the boils”, this crusade is however raising eyebrows among champions of the rule of law. Such criticisms, or rather critiques, have not

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  • Ungovernables from the subcontinent, busy in Berlin

    Ungovernables from the subcontinent, busy in Berlin0

    I returned Friday 6 May,  from a week in Berlin, which I can highly recommend for those of you who haven’t visited. While I don’t normally do the standard touristy stuff, there’s so much history in this city that I thought it well-worth the guided tours that our group went on. The traveling party consisted

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Paul Shalala ZNBC

On behalf of other Mumbwa-Mumbwas, i wish to congratulate the newly sworn in Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa who grew up in Kapyanga Village of Mumbwa here in Zambia and was educated at Mumbwa High School where I did my Grade 10 to 12. We are proud Mumbwa-Mumbwas!!!!