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Robert Chisanza

Robert Chisanza

    Speak up, you're through
    Speak up, you're through
    On a hot Saturday afternoon, a group of people stand in a disorderly fashion in front of a pigeon-hole window with small pieces of paper in their...
    Zambia in copper crisis
    Zambia in copper crisis
    Free-falling global copper prices are causing panic in Zambia, one of the world's largest copper producers, the economic growth of which in recent...
    Banda accused of fraud
    Banda accused of fraud
    Zambians went to the poll on Thursday in the closely contested presidential by-election following the death of President Levy Mwanawasa in France...
    A divided opposition in Zambia
    A divided opposition in Zambia
    Zambia's presidential by-election to choose a successor to the late president, Levy Mwanawasa, is expected to be an easy win for the ruling party...
    Zambia's two-horse race
    Zambia's two-horse race
    After Zambia's President Levy Mwanawasa was buried in the capital Lusaka on Wednesday, the spotlight immediately shifted to the campaigns to...
    Who wants to be president?
    Who wants to be president?
    The body of Zambian president Levy Mwanawasa is touring all provincial centres in a move that critics construe as buying sympathy with the...
    Death of a president
    Death of a president
    The death of Zambia's president, Levy Mwanawasa, whose party does not have a vice-president who should automatically contest a presidential...
    President's stroke stokes crisis
    President's stroke stokes crisis
    Zambia's governing Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) party is suffering a growing leadership crisis after President Levy Mwanawasa's stroke...
    'It is scandalous to remain silent'
    'It is scandalous to remain silent'
    Zambian President Levy Mwanawasa effectively put his head on the chopping block this week after he strongly condemned Robert Mugabe's regime for...
    Zambia returns fire in Zimbabwe's war of words
    Zambia returns fire in Zimbabwe's war of words
    The Zambian government has broken its silence about attacks on it by the official Zimbabwean media.
    Floods derail growth
    Floods derail growth
    As Southern Africa braces for cyclones and more heavy rains, economic analysts warn that the floods already engulfing the region are likely to...
    Mining companies face taxing problem
    Mining companies face taxing problem
    The Zambian government's attempt to increase earnings from its rich copper deposits by raising mineral taxes to global norms is meeting with...