Is Aid Helping or killing Africa?

Is Aid Helping or killing Africa?

By Aaron Sikombe. Aid is money, food, medical care etc, which is given to help countries in difficult situations (Oxford 2011). There are three main forms of aid, economic, humanitarian, and emergency aid. The Time Magazine (2010) says aid money contributes up to 40 per cent of most African countries national budgets; it also goes […]

Should The Trade Between Africa And China Be Regulated?

By Aaron Sikombe Ofodile (2008) refers to the Africa-China trade as the third scramble for Africa, while Muekali (2004) calls it a ‘strategic partnership.’ Whatever the name one thing is for sure the Africa-China trade is on the rise and is showing no signs of slowing down (Time Magazine, 2011). The Arica-China trade is no […]

‘SATA, Catholic Bishops State Your Positions On HOMOSEXUALS Unlike Remaining MUTE’

‘SATA, Catholic Bishops State Your Positions On HOMOSEXUALS Unlike Remaining MUTE’

It is very disappointing and shocking to note that republican President Michael Chilufya Sata’s Patriotic Front government has failed to state its position on gay rights. It is also surprising to note that the ever outspoken Catholic Bishops have remained mute over this issue and many Zambians wonder whether they are in ‘indirect’ support of […]

RICH ZAMBIA POOR ZAMBIANS

RICH ZAMBIA POOR ZAMBIANS

The Need for Radical economic Reforms for Zambia By Choolwe Muzyamba Zambia, a country blessed with abundant natural resources and arable land, plenty of water bodies and favorable climatic conditions yet its population is still entangled in a vicious circle of unimaginable suffering. Poverty in Zambia is still a huge challenge; most of the population […]

ANALYSIS: 2012 AFCON Group A, Can Chipolopolo Go Past Group Stage?

By Godfrey Chikumbi TAKING a mere and quick glance at group A of the 2012 Equatorial Guinea/Gabon, one hastens to conclude that there is no better group for Zambia than this one. Yes, on paper the group A looks the easiest of the four at the AFCON. This is however a totally tricky group the […]

EXPOSED : HH’s Tribalism, What Election Statistics Say

This is a Careful Analysis of 2001 – 2011 Election Results and a letter sent to HH on 25th October 2011. By Maurice Makalu.     ——————————————————————————————————————————————— Re: MR. HH, PLEASE STOP YOUR TRIBALISM. The above matter refers. The Post newspaper has in the recent past featured editorials condemning your “tribalistic and dangerous anti-Bemba politics.” […]

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