Alcohol, drug abuse affecting the morals of Zambians, complains President Lungu

By Staff Reporter President Edgar Lungu said Zambia’s national values and principles are deteriorating due to increased alcoholism, substance and social media abuse, including early marriages and

Will Zambia benefit from the current copper price boom?

By Claude Kabemba and Edward Lange Today, the prices of copper and cobalt, the minerals in which Zambia has the largest stake, have risen at an unprecedented

Current Constitution inept, badly drafted – Ndulo

Renowned US-based Zambian law professor, Muna Ndulo, has observed that the current Republican constitution was badly drafted such that it needs a serious redrafting. in his detailed

Unza finally reopens on March 11

By Staff Reporter The University of Zambia (Unza) opens on March 11 with a serious restriction on student squatting. Unza public relations manager Damaseke Chibale announced Fridayevening that the institution

Struggle for Dignity has Overtaken Fear in DRC

By Kate Janse van Rensburg Fatally shot during a church-led, peaceful protest in Kinshasa, Thérèse Mwanza Kapangala was one of many Congolese to fall victim to Joseph

Mpezeni leaves palace

By Staff Reporter Paramount chief Mpezeni IV of the Ngoni people in Eastern Province on Thursday afternoon left his Ephendukeni palace in Feni for Laweni in Mtenguleni ahead of

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