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Youth lift HH to top of power hill. Oct 1, 2021 1449
Another disputed election, another dodgy court ruling. Oct 1, 2016 1234
The fire this time: if the cases of campaign violence are anything to go by, Zambia's democratic bona fides will be sorely tested as the country heads into elections this month. Aug 1, 2016 2765
New dawn: is Africa saying goodbye to the era of military coups? Nov 1, 2015 2919
Lungu and the political pressure cooker. Oct 1, 2015 1279
Should they stay or should they go: presidential terms in Africa. Cover story Jun 1, 2015 2526
Zambia-China: All-weather friends? Cover story Mar 1, 2015 1437
New leader, new problems? Feb 1, 2015 1594
Zambia: Adieu "King Cobra"--what next? Dec 1, 2014 1869
Let the succession battle begin. Oct 1, 2014 1042
Last hero standing--Kaunda at 90. Jun 1, 2014 1418
Zambia's role in Mandela and ANC freedom: if not for the historic role Zambia played in the struggle against apartheid by giving the ANC sanctuary in the country, Nelson Mandela's work and freedom would have been doubly difficult. It is no wonder that Zambia was the first country Mandela visited in February 1990 after his release from prison. From Lusaka, Reginald Ntomba recalls the details. Essay Jan 1, 2014 1422
The battle to succeed Sata gets bloody: Zambia's ruling party, the Patriotic Front (PF), is at war with itself over who should succeed President Michael Sata in 2016. While it was an open secret that the fight for succession would arise, what took many by surprise was how soon it came and how ugly it has turned out to be. Dec 1, 2013 1525
Zambia inside Sata's country: it is 18 months since the Patriotic Front (PF) government of Michael Sata came to power in Zambia. Apart from being under pressure to deliver its mega election promises, the government has now come under criticism for its human rights and governance record. But the government insists it is upholding the rule of law. Reginald Ntomba reports from Lusaka. Essay Apr 1, 2013 2248
Man of the people? How Sata's Zambia is faring: it is just over a year since President Michael Sata and his Patriotic Front came to power. While the government is quick to point out its successes, the opposition disputes their claims. Reginald Ntomba reports from Lusaka. Essay Jan 1, 2013 1889
'Man of action' makes his mark: it is an "African" election that has set tongues wagging globally, but this time not for the usual reasons of rigging, violence and leaders overstaying their welcome after defeat. Our correspondent in Lusaka Reginald Ntomba, reports on the new Zambian government of President Michael Sata, which for the first time in independent Africa includes a white vice president, Dr Guy Scott. Nov 1, 2011 1128
Zambia: Chiluba's tribulations. Apr 1, 2008 839
Copper boom, new tax rules. Mar 1, 2008 1507
'It is great to be an African'. Interview Jan 1, 2008 1273
New constitution, new rumbles: for over four years now, Zambians have been embroiled in a protracted marathon to adopt the country's fifth constitution in just over 40 years of independence. The dispute is not over whether the country needs a new constitution, but how to have it. Reginald Ntomba reports from Lusaka. Dec 1, 2007 738
It's been great being part of a great product: the ability to allow the most critical of views to be published in the magazine taught me that in promoting discourse, all views need to be heard. Sustaining a publication (controversial as it is sometimes viewed) for 40 years, says a lot about the people who have given themselves to manage it. Dec 1, 2006 814
Zambia: the president vs the preacher; A power struggle and allegations of corruption have rocked Zambia's ruling party. Reginald Ntomba reports from Lusaka. May 1, 2005 561
Chiluba not enjoying his retirement? (Zambia). Brief Article May 1, 2002 980

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