Letters to the editor

KUDOS TO GOVERNMENT ON REDUCTION OF GIRL CHILD MARRIAGES Dear Editor, CHILD marriage is criminalised in Zambia. This means that it is an offence for a child to be married off either by consent or otherwise. The legal age requirement for a person to be married in Zambia is 20 years and

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 Meteorological department give us forecast Dear Editor  I write to salute Grevazio Zulu, the moderator of Sunday Interview on ZNBC TV. The programme is so educate as it brings out various issues affecting society today. However, most of his guests are politicians, usually from the ruling PF. Am left wondering if

Letters to the editor

THUMBS UP TO CHAKUNKULA WARD COUNCILLOR Dear Editor, May you allow me space in your well balanced news paper to appreciate the work of one of the Lusaka civic leaders. It is important to give praise where it is due. It is in this same vein I would like to commend councillor Mwitwa

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  Possession of K2.4 million counterfeit notes by cops  shocking Dear editor, The police officers who were apprehended by the Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) in Lusaka’s Chelstone Township on Wednesday January 10, 2018 for being in possession of counterfeit notes is  shocking and a disappointment to the law enforcement profession. This is because the law

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LET’S PROTECT MUKULA TREES Dear Editor, There has been so much talk about mukula trees and trucks carrying mukula logs being impounded almost on a daily basis. Going by the persistent scandals surrounding this tree, despite the Government banning exports of mukula logs, it is evident that this natural resource is very

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Matero Boys too expensive Dear Editor, Kindly allow me to express my disappointment on what Matero Boys Secondary School are charging as school fees. The school is charging k4000 as school fees for 2018. Surely this is exorbitant and unjustifiable. Parents and guardians are struggling to make ends meet and provide for

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THE HARDER THEY COME, THE HARDER THEY FALL Dear Editor, Just what is wrong with South African boxers? The last time Catherine Phiri fought a south African, she didn’t sweat to beat her opponent who to me appeared more like beauty pageant than a boxer. This boxer upon arrival at the airport

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DISCLOSE FUNDING FOR NEW PARTIES Dear Editor, Where is the money coming from for the former Ministers to fund lavish expenditure on vehicles and mobilisation campaigns? It is interesting that the same officials appear to have vast resources to buy fleets of vehicles for use in campaigns in Luapula and Northern Provinces in

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THANK YOU STATE HOUSE Dear Editor, OFTEN we complain about government failing to do certain things and rarely do we show appreciation for what government has done. It is in this vein that I want to appreciate State House action on Lumumba road, which is now been worked on after so many complaints from

YES, PRODUCE CORRUPTION EVIDENCE NOW!

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Dear Editor, I totally support views of Edith Nawakwi of FDD on corruption allegations by former government ministers. If they have no evidence they should just shut up instead of generalising the whole issue. It has become a boring song. Let Kambwili and Kalaba run to ACC today and put corruption