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THE MONSTERS WE CREATED

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono 2010 is the year when Zambian football had its fair share of wrangles that resulted in the country having parallel Executive Committees at the FA albeit one was not legally bound. The then Incumbent of the FA President Kalusha Bwalya acted with the statues of FIFA and the agrieved at theContinue reading “THE MONSTERS WE CREATED”

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LATE PRESIDENT RUPIAH BWEZANI BANDA EULOGY

By Sakwiba Sikota His Excellency President Rupiah Bwezani BANDA born on the 19th February 1937, in Zimbabwe (then Southern Rhodesia), will prove to be sui generis. I will leave details of the children and grandchildren he has left behind to others who will write traditional obituaries. All I will say is that he leaves behindContinue reading “LATE PRESIDENT RUPIAH BWEZANI BANDA EULOGY”

Zambia Mourns: H.E Rupiah Banda as a Diplomat

Rupiah Banda was the UNIP’s representative in Northern Europe in the early 1960s,and in 1965 he was appointed as Zambia’s Ambassador to Egypt (the United Arab Republic). While there, he became friends with UNITA leader Jonas Savimbi, and the decision to allow UNITA to open offices in Lusaka at that time has been attributed toContinue reading “Zambia Mourns: H.E Rupiah Banda as a Diplomat”

Procedure for Removal of Presidential Immunity

The August 12, 2021 produced a Hang Parliament. There is no party that can claim to have two-thirds majority. The Zambian Parliament has a total of 156 Seats and 10 Nominated Members of Parliament by the Republican President. Currently the United Party for National Development has 82 Members of Parliament, the Patriotic Front has 62,Continue reading “Procedure for Removal of Presidential Immunity”

ZAMBIAN PRESIDENTS

By John Moono On 24th October, 1964 Northern Rhodesia experienced the first taste of sovereignty and it was the day that ushered in a new nation called Zambia. The flag of the new nation was hoisted high in the national stadium. The hoisting of the new flag of the new nation signified the sovereignty ofContinue reading “ZAMBIAN PRESIDENTS”