AFILIKA

Sunday-06/10/19 – Random Thoughts and Reflections.Fifty years after the first thirty-three (33) independent African states gathered in Addis Ababa to form the Organization of African Union (OAU), now the African Union (AU) whatever the difference it makes in dropping the word Organisation, the continent is looking ahead towards the next fifty years.On the occasion ofContinue reading “AFILIKA”

Problems in the City

05/09/2019. AmaFYA. Mapesho. Mapenzi. Amachusho. PROBLEMS in the City. “We can NOT solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them” Albert Einstein advised. Whether it is Corruption in Nigeria or Kenya, Xenophobia (Hatred by Black South African People against other Black Foreign Nationals and ensuing violence against them), National Debt,Continue reading “Problems in the City”

Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) in Zambia: Public Perception and Perspective of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC)

08/09/2020 – Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) in Zambia: Public Perception and Perspective of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC). Delving into history and background. The legal provisions that outlawed corruption in independent Zambia were first contained in the penal code, CAP 146, Chapter X of the laws of Zambia. This legislation was exclusively concerned with “corruption offensesContinue reading “Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) in Zambia: Public Perception and Perspective of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC)”

Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) in Zambia: Public Perception and Perspective of ACC

“ THE Lusaka High Court has upheld the conviction slapped on former Ministry of Health Chief Human Resource Development Officer, Henry Kapoko and two others for theft by public servant and money laundering involving K6.8 million” . Justice Chisunka said the grand theft by the trio led to the donors pulling out, with the vulnerableContinue reading “Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) in Zambia: Public Perception and Perspective of ACC”

Wilful Blindness & Deliberate Avoidance of Facts

WILFUL BLINDNESS by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) – The Commission may be breaching the Law. I will try to break it down in simpler terms for several others to follow from the Zambian perspective. Here is a scenario: Temwani Twakondwera Mabvuto Matsautso was a private (RATSA) unregistered PSV Taxi driver). He has been formally arrestedContinue reading “Wilful Blindness & Deliberate Avoidance of Facts”

CAMS & CFE

Thursday 10/10/2019 @6.6pm – Random Thoughts and Reflections –Today, I received a call from bayama ba Kanabesa ba Professor Kenneth K Mwenda. As usual, our conversations and interactions since 1986 have been social, jovial, professional, Private, Personal, Confidential, interspersed with light moments of motivation, encouragement and updates on wide ranging topics and subjects. Kutali twafuma.Continue reading “CAMS & CFE”