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Saturday, 7 March 2009

Video of the week (President Banda)

6 comments:

  1. should be tagged "laughable" as opposed to "quotable"

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  2. A return to the dark ages. "Rupiah will be a danger to zambia – Sondashi" is a story in the POST today. After watching this clip, I agree with this statement. Even an emotional Levy Mwanawasa would not have sunk so low.

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  3. We are sliding into economic doldrums and the president is been mute on his economic plans for Zambia. His favourite topic is all about 'exercising' his newly acquired presidential powers on all his opponents. This man is not ready for prime time. He is a waste of space and precious time for our long suffering nation.

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  4. We are sliding into economic doldrums and the president is been mute on his economic plans for Zambia.

    I could not agree more. I recently said RB's fury was misdirected. He has misplaced priorities, choosing to attack political opponents rather than the economy.

    President Banda, please tell us, what is your strategy to tackle this impending economic crisis?

    The other curious point is that he seems to be delighted at his plan to have by-elections when MPs are expelled from his party, while his stooges in the NCC are advocating for MPs to maintain their seats if expelled from a sponsoring party. Obviously there's no objectivity in there; it's all subjective which defeats the whole argument.

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  5. A new online Zambia engineering discussion board called Zambia Engineering Body of Knowledge has been formed at www.zambiaengineers.com. Please kindly visit the website and discuss and share knowledge on engineering issues affecting Zambia with fellow engineers.

    The aim of the discussion board is to try and create an engineering 'think-tank' on issues of engineering in Zambia. So we are calling on all Zambian professional engineers, technologists, associates and practitioners to submit ideas, opinions, suggestions, etc.

    Examples of topics discussed are, but not limited to:

    • Where does a Zambian engineer fit in today's society, both locally and internationally?
    • What contribution does today's Zambia engineer make in our society
    • What role does today's Zambian engineer play in our country's socio-economic development and its future?
    • What is the role of the Engineering Institute of Zambia (EIZ) in issues such as standardization, accreditation?

    Please come and discuss.

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  6. A new online Zambia engineering discussion board called Zambia Engineering Body of Knowledge has been formed at www.zambiaengineers.com. Please kindly visit the website and discuss and share knowledge on engineering issues affecting Zambia with fellow engineers.

    The aim of the discussion board is to try and create an engineering 'think-tank' on issues of engineering in Zambia. So we are calling on all Zambian professional engineers, technologists, associates and practitioners to submit ideas, opinions, suggestions, etc.

    Examples of topics discussed are, but not limited to:

    • Where does a Zambian engineer fit in today's society, both locally and internationally?
    • What contribution does today's Zambia engineer make in our society
    • What role does today's Zambian engineer play in our country's socio-economic development and its future?
    • What is the role of the Engineering Institute of Zambia (EIZ) in issues such as standardization, accreditation?

    Please come and discuss.

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