SOKO MIND with SOKO MUMBA On Thursday February 9, 2017, Jacob Zuma addressed Parliament dubbed State of the Na...
SOKO MUMBA with Soko Mind It has become so difficult to get money from Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) whether you...
SOKO MIND with SOKO MUMBA On Thursday February 9, 2017, Jacob Zuma addressed Parliament dubbed State of the Nation Address on various issues ranging from social, economic and political achievements and projections. But before he could address the nation, The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader and The Democratic Alliance (DA) were determined to disrupt his […] Read more
SOKO MUMBA with Soko Mind It has become so difficult to get money from Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) whether you have rendered a service or material such that getting money from KCM is like milking a stone. This has affected Chingola and Chililabombwe suppliers and contractors so greatly that their businesses have been left in […] Read more
SOKO MIND with SOKO MUMBA The current constitution as amended in January 2016 provides that there shall be the Mayor who will be elected by all the wards in all the constituencies of the City, district or town. This position of the mayor is created by the constitution of Zambia and is under the control […] Read more
SOKO MIND with SOKO MUMBA Politics involves, planning, Strategizing, monitoring and continuous recruitment of cadres to achieve the desired goals. It is through these steps that you begin measuring the results of the party whether it is growing or losing grip politically. In so many situations, the leader of the party is viewed to be the bearer […] Read more
Soko Mind with SOKO MUMBA Chingola is a mining town whose pay days are known even by school going kids because it is either their parents are miners or contractors or these pay days are ticked on the calendar. Recently the town experienced a serious shortage of essential commodities for almost one week and this […] Read more
By SOKO MUMBA We have heard of 40 per cent representation of women in decision making positions in this year’s election and our leaders are working hard to achieve that because it has become law and focus of the world leadership. Conferences and summits have been called to strategise on how women must achieve the […] Read more
Soko Mind with Soko Mumba Not too long ago, Hakainde called 15 Diplomats accredited to Zambia for lunch and the pictures of this meeting was all over the social media for everyone to see. The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Harry Kalaba, issued the statement later that the meeting of diplomats and an opposition leader was […] Read more
You ought to know Phalani Moyo that I have never written a poem in my entire life but for you I will By SOKO MUMBA, Soko Mind Columnist Goodbye my friend Just at pain to face reality that you are gone Gone and gone too soon You were a pillar of creative thinking Creative thinking […] Read more
Soko Mind with SOKO MUMBA Education is vital to the growth and development of the nation and that is the reason why developed nations continue to be stable politically, economically and socially. When the political landscape is transformed on the basis of political players to possess general knowledge, the end result is issue based politics […] Read more
Soko Mind with Soko Mumba THIS week on Thursday November 26, the long awaited Chingola Shopping Mall will open its doors to the public for business. This Shopping Mall will house 17 businesses or shops with a projection of 300 jobs created at operational level. There are only two ways to get to the Mall, […] Read more
Soko Mind with Soko Mumba THE election of John Magufuli of Tanzania as President, should remind us that African electorate usually develop confidence and trust in a person who has been tested and tried in leadership at the highest level of governance. It is not a secrete that people or electorate have such a biased […] Read more
Soko Mumba with Soko Mind UNIVERSITIES all over the world are institutions highly regarded as places where you can find the most intelligent students or people with answers to both academic and social life. The highly regarded students are usually considered to be a reservoir of leadership and innovation to help transform society at any […] Read more
Soko Mumba with Soko Mind FROM the day President Edgar Lungu declared Sunday October 18, 2015 as a day of National Prayers, Fasting and Reconciliation, the opposition and some clergy have opposed it with impunity. They have gone further to discourage the members or citizens of this country from participating it. Some have even reached […] Read more
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