Lungu and Lubosi Imwiko’s assigned ‘traitors’ will not be tolerated in Barotseland, outraged Lozis

By News Editor, Barotseland Post A team allegedly sponsored by President Edgar Chagwa Lungu and the embattled Litunga of Barotseland Lubosi Imwiko II, in conjunction with a clique in the Barotse Royal Establishment (BRE) to campaign for Edgar Lungu’s continued presidency in the 11th August 2016, will be met with unspecified resistance in Barotseland, some

The unrivaled Zambian culture

An amalgam of traditions, norms and values of a diverse people from over 70 ethnic groups make up the Zambian culture. The Soutern African country derives its name from the Zambezi River, which forms Victoria Falls (a major tourist attraction), flows into Lake Kariba and oi to the Indian Ocean. As a landlocked nation, Zambia

“Increasing Chiefs’ salaries to K15,000 is sabotaging the economy”

Lewis Mwape, a Civic Activist has described the reported increase of Chiefs’ salaries as sabotage of the economy. Mwape an NGO leader observes that the economy is already bleeding wondering on how President Lungu would increase salaries for Traditional leaders.   President Lungu is reportedly to have increased the perks for Chiefs to K15,000 per month.   Below is Mwape is statement:   The increament of Chiefs Salaries is not timely and is a sabotage to an already bleeding national economy and budget which is already under pressure with a high deficit.   The Zambia Fiscal year runs from January to December. It

Roots to debut on History channel

The highly-anticipated television event Roots, the four-part, eight-hour series by History channel based on the best-selling novel by Alex Haley is expected to debut this Wednesday at 20:30 hours before repeating next Sunday on Lifetime. MultiChoice announced in a press statement that it has opened the History Channel to all DStv Compact and Compact Plus

‘Maize open-border policy not transparent’

ESTHER MSETEKA, Lusaka THE Grain Traders Association of Zambia (GTAZ) has observed that the maize open-border policy is not transparent enough to support economic development in the agriculture sector. GTAZ executive director Chambuleni Simwinga said there is need to streamline the hurdles that maize and maize products traders are faced with when transporting the commodity