Category: COLUMNS & ANALYSIS

Zuma faces uncertain future

South Africa's Jacob Zuma, president until his forced resignation mid last week, faces an uncertain future as his legal challenges mount and his support network crumbles. Analysts

IMF again rejects Zambia’s economic bailout plan

By Staff Reporter The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has rejected Zambia’s latest borrowing plan, describing them it as a risk that would make it harder for the

Amnesty International hails Tsvangirai

Amnesty International has described late Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai as a courageous politician who also stood up for human rights for the people of Zimbabwe, often

Zuma finally quits

Jacob Zuma finally bowed to pressure from his party and resigned as President of South Africa on Wednesday night. It was a reluctant heed to orders by

Govt to borrow directly from Chinese banks

By Staff Reporter The government has resolved that from now on it will only prioritise road projects that are of economic benefit. And the government has resolved

ZNBC Is a Sleeping Giant – Sinkamba  

  By Staff Reporter Opposition Green Party has charged that the Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC) is a sleeping giant which does not need the 5 kwacha

The Myth of Free Education in Zamba

By Francisco Mumba Both the leftists and rightists divide appreciates the functioning of education in transforming society then, now and in the future. Education for the purpose