Pay workers now, UPND tells Govt

The opposition UPND has demanded that Government immediately pays civil servants their salaries. This follows a delay in the arrival of salaries for the month of May. The opposition party has described the delay as “unacceptable and demotivating” and wondered how government hopes to effectively manage the economy when they are failing to pay a

Going all over the world borrowing will not save Zambia’s economy – Dr Musokotwane

Former Finance Minister Dr. Situmbeko Musokotwane says going all over the world borrowing will not save Zambia’s economy.   Featuring on a Muvi TV programme Friday evening, Dr Musokotwane talked on the Economy.   Here is an overview of some of the key points he made:   Dr. Musokotwane clearly set out the importance of current economic problems for each and every Zambian, explaining that ‘When

Africa Day: Facts you need to know

The commemoration of the founding of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) now African Union (AU) on the 25th May, 1963, is celebrated annually on this day across the globe. With this year’s Africa Day commemoration marking the 53rd anniversary of African Unity through AU, the continent has made tremendous growth; politically, socially and economically,

CHAINAMA FEVER: Case of factors and non-factors

Chainama Hotel has become one of the places associated with revolution and regime change in 2016. No matter what side of the political spectrum you’re on, we are all agreeable that it has seen more politicians walking down the podium, denouncing their previous political parties and  Immediately they adorned in their newly –found party regalia

On the terraces at Heroes Stadium

The 2016 campaigns started with so much exhilaration, euphoria and jubilation among the leading political parties. The ruling Patriotic Front- PF,  assembled at Lusaka’s Heroes stadium whilst the runner-ups in the previous presidential by-election the United Party for National Development- UPND, gathered at Kitwe’s Freedom Park. And the former ruling party, the Movement for Multiparty