Daily Archives: October 9, 2013

HH writes President Sata over Nurses’ strike after visiting UTH

Hichilema when he visited UTH

Hichilema when he visited UTH

Zambia’s opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema has visited the country’s biggest Hospital – University Teaching Hospital to check on the situation following a week long strike by Nurses and other Medical …

Open letter to President Sata

Dear President Sata,

I wonder if you realise how much time Zambians spend trying to work out what exactly is up in your administration.

I mean, you have quite managed to confuse the nation’s collective …

“The same PF Sata single-handedly created may eat him”

President Sata

President Sata

By Chumbu Kandolo

Renowned satirist and media practioner Roy Clarke has a very candid way of looking at the state of affairs in Zambia’s ruling party—the Patriotic Front (PF) —and the country as …

How Can Your Phone Be Tracked?

Most of us are aware that our phones contain a GPS (Global Positioning System) chips, but how much can they really track our phones?

The NSA assembled a team called Geolocation Cell or Geo Cell, …

Online Dating Scams: How To Tell If You Are Being Baited by a Catfish

It’s easy for some of the smartest people to lose all sight of common sense when they’re being reeled in by a catfish: an online imposter who tries to win your sympathy — and your …

Why are we in Somalia? When are we leaving?

Perhaps predictably, it has taken less than a week for the “We Are One” reaction to the attack on Westgate Mall to fall apart. It has taken less than a week for Kenyans to move …

Somalis Caught Between Terrorism and a Border Dispute

Nairobi- Somali militia groups are beginning to operate in Kenya’s remote and arid North Eastern Province, an area that borders southern Somalia – a former stronghold of the extremist group Al-Shabaab. “There is a growing …

Walvis Bay, Zambia Route to Shorten By 400Km

[Namibian]THE export route from Walvis Bay to the Copperbelt, Zambia’s copper mining hub will be shorter by 400km following plans by the Zambian government to construct a road from the Namibian border to the Copperbelt.…

Hichilema Visits Striking Workers

[Zambia Reports]Opposition United Party for National Development leader Hakainde Hichilema this morning visited striking workers at the University Teaching Hospital to assess the extent of the problem.…