By Daimone Siulapwa THE ad-hoc committee at the country’s biggest health institution, the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) may not have thought it necessary to send late immediate Vice President George Read more
By Daimone Siulapwa This month make exactly one year since I returned home to resettle after having spent almost 2 decades in the Diaspora, to be exact, 19 years Read more
By Daimone Siulapwa THE whole struggle for independence was about land. Today land has become a big issue so much that the government needs to re-look at the policies that Read more
Zambians at UKZAMBIANS EXCELLENCE AWARDS 2010 According to the latest World Bank’s Migration and Remittances Fact Book (2011), remittance flow worldwide were estimated to reach US$440 billion by the end Read more
By Daimone Siulapwa THE sacking of former Minister of Works and Supply Mike Mulongoti for simply expressing interest in contesting the position of vice president at the forthcoming MMD party Read more
By Daimone Siulapwa TALKING about the clergy in a society that has declared itself a Christian nation is always bound to attract interest, and spoken negatively about their role, it Read more
By Daimone Siulapwa IF some of these stories were not true, they could have been useful material for comedians like Bikiloni, Difikoti, Bob Nkosha, Chibwe Katebe, Dangerous Joburg and others Read more
By Daimone Siulapwa SO finally, the dates for the ruling Movement for Multi-Party Democracy (MMD) national convention have been set, and with that, we can safely say the stage has Read more
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