Monthly Archives: December 2010

King Muwelewele of a Christian Nation: Why the Supreme Court Was Wrong in “Attorney General v Roy Clarke”

By Elias Munshya wa Munshya This week will be the nineteenth anniversary of President Chiluba’s declaration of Zambia as a Christian nation done on 29th December 1991, and the seventh anniversary of Roy Clarke’s “Mfuwe” article, written on January 1 2004. The controversy, interest and debate generated by these two events are still fresh in theological, academic, legal and journalistic

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Regina Chiluba’s Acquittal: Kafunda and the Prosecution’s Fiasco

Regina Chiluba’s Acquittal: Kafunda and the Prosecution’s Fiasco By Elias Munshya wa Munshya The Lusaka High Court’s ruling when acquitting Regina Chiluba from the charges she was convicted for is a very significant legal opinion. All Zambians both within the legal profession and outside it should read it and deeply reflect on it. What Justice Hamaundu mentioned in his judgment

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King Julian of Wikidascar: Why Wikileak’s Cablegate is just ridiculous

By Elias Munshya wa Munshya One of the most comedic characters of the movie Madagascar is the self-proclaimed Sovereign of the Madagascan wildlife, King Julian. In real life, however, we have another King Julian. This time it is Julian Assange, an Australian who styles himself as the king of “holding governments accountable.” In fact the motto of his wikileaks organisation

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