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A Theory of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Zambia

By Elias Munshya, MBA, LL.M, M.Div. Recently, Zambia’s newly installed Chief Justice Irene Mambilima reminded the legal community of the need to use Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). According to Slapper & Kelly (2009: 391) ADR is a means of resolving disputes without resorting to court action. It is available in civil cases but not criminal cases. ADR includes Arbitration, Mediation,

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149 constituencies tabulated: My projection puts Lungu at 786,722 and Hichilema at 757,052

PF UPND Chisamba Central 2,596 6,597 Chitambo Central 2,534 384 Kapiri Mposhi Central 7,869 8,160 Katuba Central 2,399 6,537 Keembe Central 2,586 9,043 Mkushi North Central 4,153 2,577 Mkushi South Central 2,182 1,734 Muchinga Central 1,384 456 Mumbwa Central 1,392 7,597 Mwembeshi Central 814 7,975 Serenje Central 3,940 839 Bwacha Central 8,182 2,682 Nangoma Central 542 7,783 Kabwe Central Central

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With Forked Tongues: Why Chibesakunda’s Majority Ruling in Attorney General v. Mutuna & Others is Flawed

By E. Munshya wa Munshya It should not calm any nerves to realize that an analysis of the majority ruling in Attorney General v Mutuna, Kajimanga and Musonda should begin by looking at a single sentence taken from its last paragraph. Acting Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda,  stated in the last paragraphs of her over 120-paged opinion that: “Before we end,

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