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Accounting Blunder lands Sibongile in Jail

A South African student has been sentenced to five years in prison after spending almost $1 million, money that was mistakenly sent to her account. Sibongile Mani, 31, a student at Walter Sisulu University in Eastern Cape province, had qualified for 110 dollar monthly food allowances from the National Students Financial Aid Scheme, which aidsContinue reading “Accounting Blunder lands Sibongile in Jail”


My Youthful Exuberance

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono In the Court of Public Opinion I stand accused In the Lenses of the Public Lawyer my shortcomings are so clear In the Focus of the Public Adjudicator I stand guilty as charged In the Eyes of the Public Protector I stand without the pressumption of Innocence In the Modern SocietyContinue reading “My Youthful Exuberance”


By Kabeleka Wasa Mundia He was born Akabiwa Sandi Mbikusita Lewanika on 3rd February 1905 in Lealui. He ascended to the throne on 15th December 1968, and reigned until his demise in 1977. His shrine is in Lishekandinde royal village. King Lewanika II received formal education from Barotse National School, University of Capetown (South Africa),Continue reading “LITUNGA LEWANIKA II, KING OF BAROTSELAND FROM 1968 TO 1977”

Ghanaians Shun Mobile Networks

Several notable Ghanaians including, Members of Parliament, Civil Society Organizations, media practitioners, and lawyers, have boycotted all mobile network services on Tuesday, February 8, 2022, in protest of an ongoing SIM card re-registration which they describe as illegal and inhumane. The campaign dubbed #NoCallsDay is taking place from 6:00 am GMT to 12noon GMT andContinue reading “Ghanaians Shun Mobile Networks”

Utopian Society in Zambia??

Yohane Mbeeya Moono Is there anything like an Utopian Society? Is possible for man to create a society that is so perfect in everything? George Orwell in the famous novel Animal Farm talks of a character Moses who talks of animals having a Sugar Candy Mountain where they would go in the after life andContinue reading “Utopian Society in Zambia??”

Building Bridges

Yohane Mbeeya Moono Zambia my country which has enjoyed political sovereignty for 58 years now but still grapples with a lot of poverty. For far too long, we apportioned the blame for our predicament to the Imperialist. But truth be told, in the 21st Century, we have stayed for too long as a sovereign stateContinue reading “Building Bridges”

Dentist Allegedly Kills Wife on African Safari

Pennsylvania dentist allegedly killed wife on African safari to collect millions in life insurance, FBI says Lawrence Rudolph, 67, is accused of murdering Bianca Rudolph in Zambia before cashing in on more than $4.8 million in life insurance policies. By David K. Li and Helen Kwong A Pennsylvania dentist gunned down his wife during anContinue reading “Dentist Allegedly Kills Wife on African Safari”

Kalindula Music the Missing Jigsaw in Our Tourism Combo

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono Literature is one of the most important subjects around the world. It has often be called as the mother of all social sciences. The subject as a number of definitions but one that typifies and qualifies the assertion of being the mother of all social sciences is one which says that,Continue reading “Kalindula Music the Missing Jigsaw in Our Tourism Combo”

We Are Doomed

By John Moono We are Doomed when Social Commentators side with the Oppressors. We are Doomed when our supposed Saviour becomes the Oppressors We are Doomed when we become Pessimistic rather than Optimistic We are Doomed when we become too Negative than Positive. We are Doomed when Individual Brilliance Supercedes National Brilliance We are DoomedContinue reading “We Are Doomed”


By JOHN MOONO The current population of Africa is 1,343,458,951 as of Thursday, August 6, 2020, based on the latest United Nations estimates. The African population is equivalent to 16.72% of the total world population. Africa ranks number 2 among regions of the world (roughly equivalent to “continents”), ordered by population. The continent is onlyContinue reading “THE PLIGHT OF THE AFRICAN YOUTH”