Corrupt Police need overhaul

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Dear Editor, Do we need any more evidence as a nation to know that the Police are the most corrupt institution in the country? Within the space of two months social media has revealed Police in the most disdainful circumstances of exchanging blows either among themselves or indeed against suspected wrong doers. Las

Police shoddy work over Woodlands sexy orgy shocking

  Dear Editor, THERE were about 200, hardworking police officers who managed to arrest 70 sex orgy youths. More than 50 never spent a night in custody upon paying the admission of guilty fee, which I believe is not more than K200. The caretaker of the venue handed himself to the police, now

President Lungu should get on with his good work

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Dear Editor, I wish to make an earnest appeal to President Lungu to completely disregard his decriers and get on with his decent work. There is no doubt he is a hard worker. Just look at the amount of development that PF has brought in just under five years. Amazing! Imagine if MMD

Does the Police command have ears?

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Dear Editor, Sometimes I wonder whether the Police command has ears to listen to the complaints of corruption within the Traffic Department. Last Sunday Lusaka traffic Police were at it again mounting road blocks in the middle to busy roads thereby congesting uncalled for congestion and as expected a number of drivers

WOODLANDS SEX PARTY WAS ABOUT ORGASM COMPETITION

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Dear Editor An account that is marked with horror, punctuated by misdirected use of vital force. It is an indication of just how debauched a society Zambia has become. When secularism pervades morality and sound values that families once espoused in Zambia, this becomes inevitable. I believe this is a symptom and not the

STANCHART EX-WORKERS COURT CASE DRAGS ON FOR 17 YEARS

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Dear Editor, Kindly allow me space in your newspaper to bring to the attention of the public, including our Republican President, who is a lawyer by profession, that the justice system in Zambia needs serious reform. My concern is the case of former Standard Chartered Bank workers who sued the bank

KENYANS WALKING ON A TIGHT ROPE

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Dear Editor, The constitution of any country, as a grand norm, has to be respected by all citizens. And as a principal law, it has to thrive on precedence, that what applies to one should also apply to the other. The unprecedented successful prosecution of the Presidential petition in Kenya is one example,

NOTHING ON EARTH CAN CHANGE HH

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Dear Editor, In life they say, you can't get cocky for so long, for being too talented or extremely skilled in your art. You might get outclassed in a split second by someone largely underrated, or far less skilful than you are. How this happens, remain a total mystery! This speaks volume of our

GRADE 12 CLAUSE REMOVAL MAY OPEN PANDORA’S BOX

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Dear Editor, The amended  Constitution contains a requirement that those aspiring to be Republican president, member of Parliament or Ward councillor must have a minimum of Grade 12 certificate or its equivalent. Some people are now saying this should be removed because it's discriminatory. The main role of any Constitution is to regulate

HH DUPES THE CLERGY, COMMONWEALTH SECRETARY GENERAL

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Dear Editor, The turn round of Hakainde Hichilema, the UPND President after his release from four months incarceration on treason charges makes sour grapes for those who have been lobbying for his release. The Zambian Catholic Bishops, former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo and Patricia Scotland, the Common Wealth Secretary General could be