Australian Federal Court has Fined Apple $9 Million for Misleading Customers

The Australian federal court has hit Apple with a $9 million fine over claims it misled local shoppers returning faulty iPhones and iPads. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) found that Apple made false, misleading representation regarding the Australian consumer law. The complaints come after iPhone, and iPad user downloaded the iOS update which… Continue reading Australian Federal Court has Fined Apple $9 Million for Misleading Customers

Canada Bans Faith from the Public Sqaure

Trinity Western Christian University has lost its legal battle over accreditation for the planned law school department. In a 7-2 decision, the supreme of Canada ruled that " it is proportionate and reasonable to limit religious rights to ensure open, access for LGBT students." The majority of the justices found the law societies of British… Continue reading Canada Bans Faith from the Public Sqaure

REGULATING LAWYERS IN ZAMBIA: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE

REGULATING LAWYERS IN ZAMBIA: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE Posted on April 10, 2017 by Elias Munshya, MBA, LLM, MA, MDIV 2 comments By Elias Munshya, LLM, MBA, M.DIV. Professional regulation of lawyers must be undergirded by several principles. First, the legal profession must be self-regulating. Self-regulation in the context of lawyers means that lawyers license themselves, assess the ritual fitness of… Continue reading REGULATING LAWYERS IN ZAMBIA: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE

What Zombies Can Teach You About medical negligence

The term negligence means the act or the failure to take care of something or someone, and as result of the acts or omissions, injury happens to another person. There are two types of negligence the first one is civil negligence and the second is malpractice negligence (Manson 2006). Malpractice negligence relates to negligence done… Continue reading What Zombies Can Teach You About medical negligence

The Explainer| HIV/AIDS History, distribution, and mode of Infection

  HIV belongs to a family of viruses called the lentiviruses; it is a Retrovirus that causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), a condition that causes the degeneration of the immune system. This leaves an individual more prone to opportunistic infections and some forms of cancers. HIV/AIDS is transmitted through the contact of infected Blood, semen,… Continue reading The Explainer| HIV/AIDS History, distribution, and mode of Infection

The complexities of prosecuting war time sexual violence

Rape as the spoil of war can be seen throughout history, sexual violence during the war is often committed with the intention of terrorising the population, break up families, and in some cases, it is done with the intention of changing the ethnic makeup of the next generation. Rape is also used to deliberately infect women with… Continue reading The complexities of prosecuting war time sexual violence

WA man gets 10 years in prison for killing pregnant ex-wife

A Western Australian driver who killed his pregnant, ex-wife and then dragged her body outside and then stole her car before setting it on fire has been jailed for 10 years. The 65-year-old man known by the name Mervyn Annear was convicted by a jury of unlawful killing of Charma Annear at her Laverton home,… Continue reading WA man gets 10 years in prison for killing pregnant ex-wife

What Experts Are Saying About Drug Addictions

In this article, we will focus on heroin addiction, how heroin is metabolised in the body and short and long-term effects of drug addictions. We will also look at the effects it has on the developing brain. Heroin Metabolism There are two main ways that heroin is metabolised; one of the ways is through the Hepatic… Continue reading What Experts Are Saying About Drug Addictions

Zambia’s main opposition party UPND seeks to impeach President Edgar Lungu

The opposition Party in Zambian last Thursday submitted a motion to impeach the current seating president Edgar Lungu on the grounds of corruption and violation of the constitution. Last year Lungu drew rebuke from the top legal body after he warned the constitutional judges not to stop him from running. Allies of the president have… Continue reading Zambia’s main opposition party UPND seeks to impeach President Edgar Lungu

These Abortion Horror stories will send chills down your spine

Dr Kermit Gosnell   Dr Kermit Gosnell was a former abortion provider who owned a clinic in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, in 2011 Gosnell and his employees were charged with eight counts of murder, 24 counts of performing illegal abortions beyond 24-weeks and 227 misdemeanour counts of violating the 24-hour informed consent law. The murder charges were related to an adult patient who… Continue reading These Abortion Horror stories will send chills down your spine

Former South African Jacob Zuma to be prosecuted for corruption, Fraud and Racketeering

  Former South African president Jacob Zuma is facing prosecution for corruption, racketeering and fraud. In a statement to the press state prosecutor Shaun Abrahams, said these charges will now be reinstated. Zuma has fought for years to avoid going to trail for 783 counts of corruption, which were linked to a political bribery scandal that… Continue reading Former South African Jacob Zuma to be prosecuted for corruption, Fraud and Racketeering

CNN’ s Interview with Zimbabwean president Highlights the worldview differences between Africa and Western countries

This CNN interview with the Zimbabwean president Emerson Mnangagwa Is right up there with Cathy Newman V Jordan Peterson Interview. The conversation was done during the recent economic forum in Davos Switzerland. The worldview difference is glaringly apparent in the interview, putting aside your views on the content of the video. This interview was supposed to… Continue reading CNN’ s Interview with Zimbabwean president Highlights the worldview differences between Africa and Western countries

Will Robert Mugabe be remembered as a Hero Or Villain?

Brief History  Robert Mugabe came to power when Zimbabwe gained official independence as Zimbabwe in 1980. He was one of the long-serving leaders until last year when he was ousted by his party. Robert Mugabe was a teacher and political prisoner; he spent 11 years in prison under Ian Smith Rhodesian government. Robert Mugabe graduated from… Continue reading Will Robert Mugabe be remembered as a Hero Or Villain?

Meet this Tanzanian Pastor whose feet must not touch the ground when he is preaching

A Tanzanian pastor told his congregants that he could not touch the ground while he preaches, otherwise anointing will leave him. As crazy as the story sounds, it is nowhere near as crazy as this South African pastor who used spray insecticide on his congregants for healing and casting out demons. The DOOM pastor as he is… Continue reading Meet this Tanzanian Pastor whose feet must not touch the ground when he is preaching

President Edgar Lungu’s Mind on Corruption

  President Lungu’s Mind on Corruption Every reasonable citizen would expect a President of a country to be on higher moral ground, transparent, to have Integrity, accountable and having the interest of the nation at heart, at the minimum. It has become easy for anyone with a pulse to know the mind of the Zambian… Continue reading President Edgar Lungu’s Mind on Corruption

South African set to start Confiscating white owned land without compensation

South African set to start Confiscating white-owned land without compensation The South Africa Parliament has voted in on a motion that will begin the process of taking property away owned by white South Africans without composition. The motion was brought by Julius Malema, the leader of an extreme Marxist opposition party called the economic freedom… Continue reading South African set to start Confiscating white owned land without compensation

A Resident in a Nursing Home lay dying in bed for hours after attack by another Resident

According to Channel Nine news, the federal aged care watchdog has come under scrutiny, they have been accused of failing to properly investigate the violent attack of a demented resident on another defenceless elderly resident. The incident happened at St Basil's Nursing home in Adelaide. The South Australian Coroner criticised the aged care complaints scheme over its handling of the death… Continue reading A Resident in a Nursing Home lay dying in bed for hours after attack by another Resident

Humanitarian Situation Worsens to Alarming Level In DRC

According to the United Nations children fund, 90,000 children have been forced to flee their homes due to escalating violence In the DRC. The ethnic violence in the province of Ituri Djugu has seen an estimated 66,000 children displaced internally and has sent another 25,000 seeking refuge in neighbouring Uganda, according to the UN. Violent… Continue reading Humanitarian Situation Worsens to Alarming Level In DRC

2.1Kg of cocaine wrapped with condoms have been ceased from a Bolivian National

The Zambian drug enforcement commission (DEC) has arrested a man of Bolivian nationality for attempting to smuggle cocaine using condoms. The 27-year-old was arrested at the Kenneth Kaunda international airport and was held on charges of trafficking in 2.1 Kg of cocaine that was hidden in fifty-five bottles of roll-on. According to Mwebantu, a local… Continue reading 2.1Kg of cocaine wrapped with condoms have been ceased from a Bolivian National

What Experts are saying about corruption in Zambia

By Kabulo Chongo The Zambian business environment and development is largely hindered by corruption and very weak institutions.  According to the business anti-corruption portal, companies encounter a lot of regulation and bribery in all business operation, this includes registration, obtaining construction permits, setting up utilities and paying taxes. Because of the inefficient and the corrupt… Continue reading What Experts are saying about corruption in Zambia

Midwife forced to quit her Job after refusing to supervise Abortion procedures

  Turning agents of life into agents of death: Abortion V Medicine According to the daily mail, a Catholic midwife was forced to quit her Job because she refused to Supervise abortions. After 30 years as a midwife and delivering a total 5,000 babies Mary Doogan a devout Catholic has had to quit her job after… Continue reading Midwife forced to quit her Job after refusing to supervise Abortion procedures

Nigerian authorities are investigating how a Snake ‘ate’ over $100,000 government funds.

  Nigerian authorities are investigating how a Snake 'ate' over $100,000 of government funds. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) of Nigeria will investigate how a snake managed to get away with 36 Million Naira which is equivalent to $100,000. This is the message that was on the twitter page of the EFCC. https://twitter.com/officialEFCC/status/962718441340915712… Continue reading Nigerian authorities are investigating how a Snake ‘ate’ over $100,000 government funds.

Opinion | There is no such thing as reverse racism there is just racism

Racism has multiple definitions depending on which dictionary you are using, below are the three main ones. Cambridge Dictionary defines a racists as “ someone who believes that other races are not as good as their own and therefore treats them unfairly” Collins dictionary “If you describe people, things, or behaviour as racist, you mean that they are influenced by the belief that some people are inferior because… Continue reading Opinion | There is no such thing as reverse racism there is just racism

I have often wondered how you get a multicellular organism from a single cell.

The egg is a large cell; the volume is 1 million larger than normal cells when fertilised it is called a Zygote. During fertilisation, the zygote forms ab embryo containing millions of cells of the same volume. when deposited ready for fertilisation, the haploid ovum is at metaphase  of meiosis II The zygote is polarised… Continue reading I have often wondered how you get a multicellular organism from a single cell.

The nature of the Government and how the Church should relate to it

The Nature of the Government and how the Church should relate to it The nature of the state and how the church should relate to it, has been a matter of concern from the beginning of the Christian faith. Because when we look at the bible and especially the old testament, we have what we call… Continue reading The nature of the Government and how the Church should relate to it

Lusaka prophet jailed for swindling widow K10,000

A “Lusaka prophet” was sentenced to one and half years in prison with hard labour for swindling a widow over K10,000 after promising to raise her husband from the dead. The court head that prophet Angel Sakala collected over K10,000 from the widow and despite several nights of prayer and fasting he was not able… Continue reading Lusaka prophet jailed for swindling widow K10,000

Opinion | Some cultural values are better than others

With the world becoming more and more connected, it is essential to ask ourselves, how are we going to live in peace despite all our profound differences. Answering this question is even harder especially in the current cultural environment of relativism where all moral and cultural ideas on morals are given equal standing. The left side… Continue reading Opinion | Some cultural values are better than others

28-year-old Man In police custody for allegedly raping an eight- month old baby in the Indian capital Delhi.

  A 28-year-old man is In police custody for allegedly raping an eight-month-old baby in the Indian capital Delhi. Police say the girl is in critical condition in hospital. Delhi Commission for women chief Swati Maliwal described her injuries as "horrific." According to the BBC. The accused cousin went missing as soon as the news broke. Ms… Continue reading 28-year-old Man In police custody for allegedly raping an eight- month old baby in the Indian capital Delhi.

Five Reasons that makes South Sudan one of the most dangerous places on Earth

South Sudan is almost the size of France, it is located in east-central  Africa and is the world newest country. South Sudan has a population of 11 million and is one of the poorest nations on earth. It is underdeveloped and has a literacy rate of 27 percent, it has 55 kilometres of paved roads,… Continue reading Five Reasons that makes South Sudan one of the most dangerous places on Earth

Equality? – Oxford University gives Women more time to pass Math and Computer Science exams

According to The Telegraph  In a bid to improve the low scores for Women, Oxford University has increased the time's women finish exams. Students taking maths and computer science exams in the summer of 2017 were given 15 minutes extra time to complete their papers. This came after the authorities at Oxford university ruled that "female… Continue reading Equality? – Oxford University gives Women more time to pass Math and Computer Science exams

Anti-Kabila protests see’s Priests detained and six people killed by police

Police in the Democratic Republic of Congo has detained priests and over 200 protesters, who defied a ban on protests over the weekend to demand that president step down from office according to African news. The march was meant to be peaceful but soon turned violent when the police fired bullets and tear gas to… Continue reading Anti-Kabila protests see’s Priests detained and six people killed by police

Opinion | Changing Australia day will not solve issues facing the Aboriginal community

It is that time of the year in Australia where we celebrate Australia day, in recent years there has been a push from the far left side of politics like the Greens and certain factions of the labour party to change Australia day from the 26th January. The most persuasive argument for the change is… Continue reading Opinion | Changing Australia day will not solve issues facing the Aboriginal community

Study Finds a gradual drop in Black – American Prison Population

Study done by the Pew Research Center finds Drop in Black - American Prison Population For a long time, black people made up the majority of prisoners in U.S prison; there has been a significant decline in the number of black people in jail in recent years which has narrowed the gap. Key points •… Continue reading Study Finds a gradual drop in Black – American Prison Population

OPINION | WHY SEXISM IS A CANCEROUS IDEOLOGY THAT HAS TO STOP

Written by Tabita Nakamba  From their earliest years, Zambian girls are taught to believe their role in life is in the kitchen; they are taught to cook, take care of the family and how to be a good wife. Even if a woman is smart and educated, the African culture does not see it acceptable… Continue reading OPINION | WHY SEXISM IS A CANCEROUS IDEOLOGY THAT HAS TO STOP

legal experts criticise Peter Dutton for Blaming Melbourne African Gang crime on soft Sentencing

Legal experts have criticised home affairs minister Peter Dutton after he blamed Melbourne's African gang issue on soft sentencing. "If you are appointing civil libertarians to the magistrate's court over a long period then you are going to get sentences," Mr. Dutton told 3AW radio on Friday. So do harsh sentences reduce crime? Well, it… Continue reading legal experts criticise Peter Dutton for Blaming Melbourne African Gang crime on soft Sentencing

Riots have Erupted In Parts of Lusaka due to Government Ban on Vending amid Cholera outbreak

Residents in some Lusaka compounds are violently protesting over the regulation imposed by the Government to control the spread of Cholera. https://twitter.com/Mwebantu/status/951732632190058496 The Cholera epidemic has been going on since late 2017,  spreading at an alarming rate. The outbreak has forced the Government to ban street vending to control the spread. Mwebantu a Zambian online… Continue reading Riots have Erupted In Parts of Lusaka due to Government Ban on Vending amid Cholera outbreak

Analysis | What might be Causing the rise of Sudanese Youth Gangs in Melbourne

The police in Victoria have admitted that Melbourne has a problem with African street gangs, police minister Lisa Neville on Tuesday defended their handling of youth crimes. This comes after the Federal government said, “African gang crime was out of control because of the lenient policies” Street gang’s crime has become priority issues for both… Continue reading Analysis | What might be Causing the rise of Sudanese Youth Gangs in Melbourne

Civil Marriage celebrants to use Gender Neutral Language during marriage Ceremonies in Australia

Same-Sex couples will be able to get married come midnight tonight in Australia, this comes at the back of the marriage plebiscite that was held in mid to late 2017. The Plebiscite cost the government and taxpayers $122 million. The result which went in favor of the "YES' campaign was largely predicted by the polls. After the vote,… Continue reading Civil Marriage celebrants to use Gender Neutral Language during marriage Ceremonies in Australia

Traditional Practices that have to stop | Breast Ironing

Traditional Practices that have to stop| Breast Ironing  Breast Ironing This is a practice performed by a mother, where the breast of a girl going through puberty is pounded using tools such as spatulas, grinding stones, hot stones, and hammers. This is done to delay the girl's development and to protect them from rape and… Continue reading Traditional Practices that have to stop | Breast Ironing

Child Marriages and other African Traditional Practices that have to stop

According to World Vision, Zambia has the highest rates of child marriages in the world, 42% of the women between the age of 20-24 years were married by the age of 18. Currently, Zambia is ranked 16th among countries with the highest rates of child marriages in the world. The current marriage act has established a… Continue reading Child Marriages and other African Traditional Practices that have to stop

President Lungu has deployed the military to help battle The Cholera Outbreak

President Lungu has deployed the military to help battle Cholera, which has seen 41 people dead and 1550 more since September this year. according to WHO, the initial outbreak stated on the 28 the of September. The ministry of health has put measures in place in an effort to the contain the outbreak. Cholera is… Continue reading President Lungu has deployed the military to help battle The Cholera Outbreak

African Traditional Practices that have to Stop| Female Genital Mutilation

Female genital mutilation This is an ancient tradition that was and is still being practised in many parts of Africa, it is a non-therapeutic surgical modification of the Vagina (Yirga, Kassa, Gebremichael, & Aro, 2012). For a very long time now the Maasai people in Kenya, Tanzania, and parts of Nigeria have been circumcising women just to… Continue reading African Traditional Practices that have to Stop| Female Genital Mutilation

A closer look at Street Children in Zambia

Written By Mercy Chisanga Currently, the prevalence of street children is a huge problem both in rural and urban areas of Zambia. There are various factors that are thought to have contributed to this problem, for example, extreme poverty levels in the country which has spiraled in the past 10-15 years. About 70% of the Zambian population… Continue reading A closer look at Street Children in Zambia

Opinion |Analysis of Zimbabwe after Mugabe

It has been over a month since Mugabe was removed from power, in a coup ended almost 40 years of Mugabe's rule. Mugabe had managed to turn an economy that was doing well economically, to one of the poorest countries in the world. Mugabe shut down dissenting voices and destroyed the three pillars of a… Continue reading Opinion |Analysis of Zimbabwe after Mugabe

The Break down| what causes Oedema and how to prevent It

Warning heavy on the Science  Edema This is a condition that arises when there is too much fluid in the tissue spaces or the cavities of the body and can result in congestion. In inflammation the fluid accumulation we see is normal, this is part of the process, where the fluid that is rich in… Continue reading The Break down| what causes Oedema and how to prevent It

Feminism Vs Equality

Equality before the law is a very important principle in the legal system, all judicial officers take an oath to implement the law without fear, favor, affection or ill will. Judges, Lawyers, and all the judicial officers have an obligation to treat people fairly regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexuality, religious affiliation and social economic status.… Continue reading Feminism Vs Equality

Biology Cards|Sperms

Sperms Did you know that the volume of Sperms ejaculated is between 3 and 5 ml, with a PH of 7.3 and 7.5. A Normal Sperm count is about 75million per Mill of ejaculate. Of the possible approximately 400 million sperms in an average ejaculate, only around 200 actually reach the egg.

TOXIC ROOTS: WHY ZAMBIANS OF CONGOLESE ORIGIN HIDE THEIR HERITAGE

By E. Munshya wa Munshya To treat a topic of this nature, a definition of terms is in order. Being of Congolese origin or heritage is a complex notion. However, in this article I use it to describe Zambian citizens with sufficient Congolese connections such as culture, tribe, family, and origins. I do not wish… Continue reading TOXIC ROOTS: WHY ZAMBIANS OF CONGOLESE ORIGIN HIDE THEIR HERITAGE

Opinion|Tribalism remains the biggest threat to peace in Africa

According to Africa News, 45 people have died as a result of ethnic fighting, the attack against the Ruop was carried out by the Pakem fighters in retaliation for the attacks that were carried out by a group of Ruop youths.  The fighting was very heavy, it left more than 45 people dead and much more… Continue reading Opinion|Tribalism remains the biggest threat to peace in Africa

Americans Say Religious Aspects of Christmas Are Declining in Public Life – Pew study

The figures in the article do not surprise me at all. The shift in attitudes towards religious holidays and religion, in general, is symbolic of the indifference and the distrust people have of religion. This is something religious people have known for a while. As the culture becomes more and more secular, people will stop caring about… Continue reading Americans Say Religious Aspects of Christmas Are Declining in Public Life – Pew study

Opinion| The Ugly side of Foreign Investment In Zambia

By Mercy Chisanga An investor is an individual who allocates money with the prospect of an impending financial return. So why is Zambia doing really badly economically even with a lot of outside Investment? Don’t get me wrong it very important to understand and appreciate the value foreign individuals and companies bring to Zambia.  The… Continue reading Opinion| The Ugly side of Foreign Investment In Zambia

The Central Bank In Zimbabwe has been ordered to freeze account belonging to Mugabe allies- Reports

The central Bank in Zimbabwe has been ordered to have the accounts belonging to Jonathan Moyo and Savious Kasukuwere be identified and frozen. According to reports, the two gentlemen were part of the G-40 faction within the ZANU-PF that backed Grace Mugabe to succeed Robert Mugabe.  After the coup, the two gentlemen fled the country and their… Continue reading The Central Bank In Zimbabwe has been ordered to freeze account belonging to Mugabe allies- Reports

Starting next year, universities have to prove their research has real-world impact

Starting next year, universities have to prove their research has real-world impact For research to have an impact, it needs to be used or applied in some way. Shutterstock Pauline Zardo, Queensland University of Technology Starting in 2018, Australian universities will be required to prove their research provides concrete benefits for taxpayers and the government,… Continue reading Starting next year, universities have to prove their research has real-world impact

Thousands Killed and more than a Million people have been forced to flee Congo- Reports

"Thousands of people have been killed including children and women and more than one million people have been forced to flee their homes in the DRC's eastern Kasai region since the start of an insurrection nearly a year ago by the Nsapu Militia.  The Nsapu Militia are demanding the withdrawal of the nation's military from that area. The fighting started… Continue reading Thousands Killed and more than a Million people have been forced to flee Congo- Reports

The Economic Enslavement of Africa by the West

Written by Andy Kas Africa is any far the wealthiest continent on Earth with abundant natural resources. So why is Africa poor?  In order to understand this statement and question one needs to look back at the history, financial relationship, trade agreements, and policies that have existed for a long time now between Africa and the… Continue reading The Economic Enslavement of Africa by the West

Africans are being Auctioned as Slaves in Libya – Reports

According to Aljazeera, the Libyan government is investigating reports that hundreds of African Migrants and refugees passing through Libya are being sold into modern-day slavery. According to other reports, the trade works by exploiting the vulnerabilities of people who risk there lives to get to Libya in order to cross the Mediterranean into Europe. Libya still remains the… Continue reading Africans are being Auctioned as Slaves in Libya – Reports

Mugabe gets US$10 million Exit Package plus Immunity – Reports

According to Reports coming out of Zimbabwe, former president Robert Mugabe was reportedly offered $10 million dollars plus medical cover, protection of his property and security. According to News24, the $10 million was part of the deal that led to his resignation.  Other reports say that he was also given immunity from prosecution, negotiators were… Continue reading Mugabe gets US$10 million Exit Package plus Immunity – Reports

Justice Department Orders Tobacco companies’ to advertise against their own products 

  Tobacco companies after 11 years of appeals are scheduled to start a 52-week campaign on the health dangers of cigarettes and second and smoking. Tobacco companies are not doing this out of their own free will and for the benefit of the community.  They are being forced by the justice department to run the ads. They were… Continue reading Justice Department Orders Tobacco companies’ to advertise against their own products 

“Smart Synthetic gel” provides glucose-responsive insulin delivery in diabetic mice

I know it is only in mice, but if this works, it has the potential to change a lot of people lives. The Gel technology Main ideas  The technology has capitalized on sugars responsiveness to properties of boronic acid. They have created a synthetic polymer gel - based insulin delivery device with a single catheter.… Continue reading “Smart Synthetic gel” provides glucose-responsive insulin delivery in diabetic mice

The State of Victoria is set to make history as Voluntary assisted dying passes upper house

  Voluntary euthanasia laws have passed the upper the house after 28-hour sit-in, this leaves the state on the brink of becoming the first state in Australia to legalize assistive dying for the terminally ill. In what is deemed as a conscience vote, The bill passed 22-18 votes in the 40 members upper house, 11 government MP's… Continue reading The State of Victoria is set to make history as Voluntary assisted dying passes upper house

Bernie Sanders refuses to say whether Bill Clinton should have resigned over Lewinsky affair

Bernie Sanders refuses to say whether Bill Clinton should have resigned over Lewinsky affair The hypocrisy in politics, politicians are not even trying to hide their hypocrisy these days. It is sad to see how long it has taken for liberal-leaning news outlets and Democrats to condemn Bill Clinton for his sexual misconduct. The Democratic party,… Continue reading Bernie Sanders refuses to say whether Bill Clinton should have resigned over Lewinsky affair

A Beginners’ guide to Sex Determination and Differentiation

In Humans as well as other species we can see some obvious differences between males and females. Differences such as the development of a penis or vagina, muscle mass, body size, the distribution of fat and the amount of distribution of body hair are all the differences that can be observed in Humans. These differences… Continue reading A Beginners’ guide to Sex Determination and Differentiation

Looks like Mugabe is on his way out, WHAT NOW FOR ZIMBABWE?

Robert Mugabe will not be in power anymore and I am sure most Zimbabweans will not miss him judging by the dancing in the streets of Harare. Mugabe came to power in 1980 after Zimbabwe got its independence from Britain, Zimbabwe for such a long time was known as the food basket of southern Africa.… Continue reading Looks like Mugabe is on his way out, WHAT NOW FOR ZIMBABWE?

Tense times right now in Zimbabwe – Mugabe Reportedly under heavy guard

Reports coming out of Zimbabwe are that Mugabe is about to step down as president and that he is negotiating grace to leave the country. Two journalists have reportedly been assaulted as they tried to cover the events as they unfolded. Some sources say that violence is highly unlikely as only the army and the police… Continue reading Tense times right now in Zimbabwe – Mugabe Reportedly under heavy guard

The Balancing act In Australia – Sexual Moral Revolution Vs Religious Liberty

Opinion Right now, Australia is in the process of legalizing same-sex marriage through a postal plebiscite. The projection is that the "Yes" vote will win. When the Yes vote wins, what does it mean for religious liberty? The bill that is being proposed if SSM becomes the law of the land only gives exemption to clergy… Continue reading The Balancing act In Australia – Sexual Moral Revolution Vs Religious Liberty

Aid and Corruption In Africa- How much Aid is too much Aid?

  Zambia is a former British colony, it got its independence from Britain in 1964. After 1964 British born citizens started departing for South Africa fearing resentment. Most of the British people who lived in Zambia lived in the Copperbelt and most of them were miners. In my view, Zambia has still not recovered properly because of… Continue reading Aid and Corruption In Africa- How much Aid is too much Aid?

Opinion – The Dangers of Group Thinking

The start of this year marked the start of the 100th anniversary of the  Russian revolution, the revolution that established the Soviet Union. It marked the beginning of years of communism and at the heart of communism is the Marxist philosophy. Communist Russia symbolizes one of the darkest periods of Humanity. The Soviet Union was speared headed by a man called… Continue reading Opinion – The Dangers of Group Thinking

Analysis of Global Religious Patterns – Rise of the NONES

NONES During the last census in Australia, the first question that was asked in the religious section was whether individuals identify themselves with any particular religious groups. According to a Pew research, the global religious patterns in western countries show that affiliation to a religious institution is going down. More and people are either identifying… Continue reading Analysis of Global Religious Patterns – Rise of the NONES

Opinion | Why Your Free Range Life Never Works Out the Way You Plan

  Liberty according to the Merriam Webster dictionary can be described as a "the state of being free from oppression and restriction imposed by authorities on one's behavior or political views". For example, freedom of religion is freedom from interference and to alone to practice your own religion as you see it fit. Embedded in liberty… Continue reading Opinion | Why Your Free Range Life Never Works Out the Way You Plan

Sydney man faces court over terrorism-related charges

A 26 years old man from Sydney will remain in prison after he was charged with terrorism-related offences. MrNowroz Amin, was arrested at his home in South Western Sydney in Ingleburn in a house he shares with his parents,. The offices Mr Amin is facing allegedly happened two years ago. According to ABC news, Mr Nowrez… Continue reading Sydney man faces court over terrorism-related charges

FBI orders bias training for employees after latest embarrassing emails

The FBI will make its employees undergo bias training, Director Christopher A. Wray promised Thursday, after a devastating report found the bureau made bad decisions, has a culture of leaking sensitive information, and may have skewed campaign-season decisions because of bias. New text messages released by the Justice Department inspector general showing conversations between Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok… Continue reading FBI orders bias training for employees after latest embarrassing emails

ICC overturns war Crimes Conviction of WarLord Jean- Pierre Bemba

  The International criminal court has overturned the war crimes conviction of former vice president of the Democratic Republic of CongoJean- Pierre Bemba. The sentence was overturned on appeal. Judges in the previous trail said Mr Bemba failed to stop a series of sadistic and cruel rapes and murders by his militia known as MLC. He… Continue reading ICC overturns war Crimes Conviction of WarLord Jean- Pierre Bemba

How chemotherapy works

Chemotherapy works by killing cancer cells and has different effects on different types of cancer. Find out how it works and the different ways you might have chemotherapy. How chemotherapy kills cancer cells Chemotherapy circulates throughout your body in the bloodstream. So it can treat cancer cells almost anywhere in the body. This is known as systemic… Continue reading How chemotherapy works

The 10 Most Dangerous people in Zambia’s History

Below is a list of Zambia’s Most Bizarre and Notorious People ALICE LENSHINA Alice Lenshina was a female “spiritual leader” who formed and led a religious sect in Northern Province. Her followers claimed she had immense divine powers. Her influence grew to the extent that it made government restless. Rumour has it that government went… Continue reading The 10 Most Dangerous people in Zambia’s History