As some political leaders are claiming

All of these do NOT cause inflation



Shortage of drivers

Petrol prices

Food shortages

Building supplies

There is only one cause of inflation which is the BofE mismanaging monetary demand

QE & money printing last year is fuelling inflation this year

THE END.- Michael klinheals Muyembe


World Bank ,IMF and Others Meet to Discuss Vaccination in Africa.

Increased Vaccine For Africa

By Kazeem Tunde -

September 17, 2021


World Bank, IMF, Others Meet Over Increased Vaccine For Africa

Heads of the World Bank Group, International Monetary Fund, World Health Organisation (WHO) and World Trade Organisation (WTO) have met with representatives of leading COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers for improved supplies to low and middle-income countries, including Africa.

The meeting was held under the Multilateral Leaders Task Force on COVID-19 Vaccines.

In a statement by IMF, the task force feared that in the absence of urgent steps, the world was unlikely to achieve the target of vaccinating at least 40 per cent of the global population by the end of the year.

The goal is a critical milestone to end the pandemic and kick-start full economic recovery.

The statement said members of the panel noted that adequate total global vaccine production, sufficient doses were not reaching the affected countries, a situation that has resulted in a crisis of vaccine inequity.

Both the World Bank and IMF had previously expressed concern about the emerging two-track economic recovery, owing to uneven distribution of vaccines and warned that developing countries would need some assistance to curb the challenge.

“The Task Force encouraged countries that have contracted high amounts of vaccine doses, and vaccine manufacturers, to come together in good faith to urgently accelerate COVID-19 vaccine supplies to COVAX and AVAT, two multilateral mechanisms that are crucial for equitable distribution of vaccines.

“Task Force members welcomed the willingness of the CEOs (of vaccine manufacturing companies) to work collectively with them to end vaccine inequity and their readiness to form a technical working group with the Task Force to exchange and coordinate information on vaccine production and deliveries,” the latest statement by IMF said.

The meeting, according to the statement, noted that countries with high vaccination rates have collectively pre-purchased over two billion doses above what is required to fully vaccinate their populations. Such countries were called upon to swap their near-term delivery schedules with COVAX and AVAT, fulfill their dose donation pledges with unearmarked upfront deliveries to COVAX and release vaccine companies from contracts so that the doses could be delivered to countries with poor vaccination records.

The meeting also called on all countries to urgently address export restrictions, high tariffs and customs bottlenecks on COVID-19 vaccines, raw materials and supplies required for the production and timely distribution of vaccines.

Michael klinheals Muyembe.


Zambia's new president Hakainde Hichilema to join IMF,WHO and IFC

The virtual broadcast will see President Hichilema outline his plans to restore macro-economic stability to Zambia in conversation with the Chairman of Invest Africa LONDON, United Kingdom, September 6, 2021/APO Group/ --The newly elected President of Zambia, H.E. Hakainde Hichilema, will address over 1000 global businesses and investors at Invest Africa ( InvestAfrica.com )’s flagship event, The Africa Debate ( TheAfricaDebate.com ), on 15thSeptember. The virtual broadcast will see President Hichilema outline his plans to restore macro-economic stability to Zambia in conversation with the Chairman of Invest Africa, Rob Hersov.

Hichilema was elected to Zambian presidency last month on the promise to tackle the county’s debt problem and usher in a return to growth. Zambia has been hit hard by the pandemic, falling into its first recession since 1998 last year. In November 2020, the country became the first African nation to default on its sovereign debt since the start of the pandemic. The global shutdown came on the tails of a challenging few years which had seen growth slow to around 3% since 2015.

We look forward to receiving an update from President Hichilema on his government’s priorities for the Zambian economy going forward

In his inaugural address Hichilema stated that his government’s “focus over the next five years will be on restoring macroeconomic stability”. He promised to “grow [the Zambian] economy so that we can list more people out of poverty than ever before.” Securing an IMF deal is high on the new President’s list of priorities as he seeks to rebuild his nation’s financial credibility globally. He has appointed former IMF advisor, Situmbeko Musokotwane, as his finance minister, promising to balance the budget and tackle corruption.

At The Africa Debate, President Hichilema will join a line up that includes senior representatives from the IMF, the African Development Bank, the International Finance Corporation, the Development Bank of Southern Africa and Afreximbank as well as private investors Ninety One, Alterra Capital, Leapfrog Investments and Renaissance Capital ( bit.ly/3yJnbTL ).

The online forum will provide the opportunity for Africa’s newest leader to introduce his policy platform to global investors and businesses. Securing private sector buy-in will be essential to the incoming government’s promise to stimulate growth and create jobs for Zambia’s young population.

Karen Taylor, CEO of Invest Africa said,“We are delighted to welcome H.E. Hakainde Hichilema to The Africa Debate following his election to the Zambian presidency last month. The Africa Debate has a long history of hosting Heads of State from across the Continent and providing a platform for direct dialogue with international investors and multinational businesses. We look forward to receiving an update from President Hichilema on his government’s priorities for the Zambian economy going forward.”

For more information about The Africa Debate and how to attend please click here ( bit.ly/3BPwOSu ).

Micheal klin Muyembe



MBALE – Late Prof Musamali Nangoli, the scholar-cum-prolific writer who was not always the best student in class, once wrote, “One cannot always read a man’s future in the record of his younger days.”

And indeed, many Zambians did not guess Mr. Hichilema Hakainde’s future as a young boy who spent most of his youthful years herding his family livestock from the kraal to the field and from the field to the kraal.

At time 59, Mr Hakainde, described by many as an ordinary “cattle boy”, with his name associated with the kraal, is now the president elect of Zambia.

Whereas he spent most of his childhood herding cattle at their family, the president-elect and leader of the United Party for National Development (UPND), today he has taken the world by shock moving from a little known ‘cattle boy’ to a president of Zambia.

Although in Uganda Rtd Col Dr Kizza Besigye has run four times against Mr Museveni Tibuhaburwa in presidential elections prompting many Ugandans to say he has run for long and should leave it to other people, this was Mr Hakainde’s sixth time running for presidency and he has finally become president of Zambia after five unsuccessful attempts.

Like other African countries, Zambia went through years shrinking political space where opposition campaigns had no freedom of movement and access to media but the opposition leader Mr Hichilema defeated his main rival, the outgoing President Edgar Lungu, by more than a million votes, something that must give Ugandan voters some lessons to learn from,

In Zambia according to Amnesty International “there has been ruling by fear and repression”, the rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly have been under increasing attack, with opposition leaders and activists jailed, independent media outlets shut down, and several people killed by police.

Mr Hichilema had unsuccessfully contested the 2016 election which observers noted lacked integrity when he lost by just 100 000 votes, but on Monday his margin over incumbent was nearly a million.

“There was a shutdown of social media platforms on election day which sent a worrying signal about the state’s desire to maintain control of the politics. And when early results showed Mr Hichilema was leading the incumbent President Edgar Lungu of the Patriotic Front, Mr Lungu released a statement declaring that the election was not free and fair and that isolated incidents of violence “rendered the whole exercise a nullity,” Mr Charles Phiri, a local opinion leader.

Mr Phiri adds that despite the shutdown, bounds in terms of impunity and violations, many Zambians were determined to get a change, a change that would usher in a credible government to save Zambia.

The 59-year-old opposition leader has been a strong critic and dissatisfied by the way the outgoing president Lungu was running of the economy and described the reign as a “brutal regime.”

Mr Hichilema is no stranger to controversy in Zambia, he had always gone against government and to him breaking the rule of law was a moral thing as long as it would help the people of Zambia, this explains why he regularly mentions that he has been arrested 15 times since getting into politics for going against the authorities numerous times.

Shortly after the 2016 Zambia elections, he was slapped with treason charges for allegedly failing to pull over to give way to the presidential motorcade and he spent four months in a maximum-security jail before the charges were dropped.

But despite, is an increasingly brutal crackdown on human rights, characterized by brazen attacks on any form of dissent in the midst of deep economic crisis and fears of political violence, the Zambian people took decisive action in favor of a change in course.

Zambia media says that they turned out in robust numbers to elect veteran opposition politician Mr Hichilema of the United Party for National Development (UPND) their next president.

After a campaign dominated by the country’s economic woes and marked by sporadic violence, Mr. Hichilema captured 2,810,757 votes against 1,814,201 for President Edgar Lungu, according to nearly-complete results.

But who is the new president?

Mr Hichilema was born into humble beginnings and looked after cattle most of the time during child hood before managing to get a scholarship to the University of Zambia, and later graduated with an MBA degree from the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom.

Mr Hichilema, 59, has describes himself as an ordinary “cattle boy”, who herded his family’s livestock in his youth before going on to become one of Zambia’s richest men.

Although born into a low-income family in southern Zambia, Hichilema has cast himself as a self-made businessman who worked hard at school to win a government bursary to attend the University of Zambia.

The president-elect is a leader of the United Party for National Development (UPND) is widely referred to as HH says he remembers walking to school bare feet and attending class without shoes like most children of the poor in Africa.

After graduating with an MBA degree from the University of Birmingham in the UK, he went on to make a fortune in finance, property, ranching, healthcare and tourism in Zambia.

He also led the Zambian operations of Coopers and Lybrand – later part of PricewaterhouseCoopers and Grant Thornton and his business portfolio has now diversified and today includes property management and financial consultancy.

And as if not to forget his youthful days as ‘a cattle-boy’ and his childhood love for cattle, Hichilema owns one of Zambia’s biggest cattle herds and cattle ranching.

He reportedly used both aspects of his background to appeal to voters and would occasionally tell voters that they needed

a successful businessman to understand how to get the economy moving in the copper-rich nation, where there is high unemployment.

His determination took him to presidency

Mr Hichilema has shown resilience in his political career, along with his five electoral losses, he often reminded people that he has been arrested 15 times since getting into politics and that even then he was determined to take Zambia on the road to economic recovery.

Mr Hichilema is one of Zambia’s richest people but a man who worked hard to shed his image as an elitist who lacks the common touch but determined to achieve his targets.

He describes himself as “an ordinary citizen, an ordinary African” and adds I’m just a cattle boy… it’s a childhood love,” he proudly speaks.

And wiping away tears, Hichilema said his victory was the “historic moment millions of Zambians have been waiting for.”

He also used his agricultural roots to appeal to the country’s farmers, saying he could turn Zambia into a food basket for the region.

His ability to connect with younger voters that was perhaps the biggest factor in his success because more than half of the seven million registered voters in Zambia are under the age of 35 and about one in five of them remain unemployed.

The governing Patriotic Front (PF) swept to power in 2011 on the promise of “less tax, more money in people’s pockets and more jobs”. But this did not materialise for many young people and they turned out in their millions for Mr Hichilema.

Mr Phiri says that one of the ways he connected with young people was through social media and that this was not the first election that Mr Hichilema attempted to use the likes of Facebook and Twitter to connect with voters, but that in the 2021 elections he upped his game to reach out to everyone in the country.

He mobilised, campaigned to the young people, made sure that his message gets out to the youth of Zambia and he exploited social media to his advantage; Whatssup, facebook, Instagram, tweets etc and he knew where to touch for his victory.

According to Mr Phiri the messaging was on point, he weaponised the social and economic problems taking place in Zambia today; the soaring food prices, the inflation, the kwacha, the currency of Zambia losing value and took advantage of all these problems, weaponised them, and turned them into vote-winning issues.

Mr Hichilema first ran for the presidency in 2006 as a member of the United Party for National Development (UPND), an organization he also partly bankrolls himself.

“And he was also willing to play dirty and a number of the voters voted for Mr Hichilema because they see Zambia’s economic recovery in him,” said Mr Neo Simutanyi, a scholar and Zambian political and economic analyst.

In 2020 amidst Covid 19 outbreak across the world, he released a video entitled “The tale of two professionals…”, which presented Mr Hichilema as a shrewd and responsible businessman, and Mr Lungu as someone who spent all his money in bars and nightclubs. “Which of these two is smarter?” the video asked.

What does a change mean to Zambia?

In his acceptance speech to the nation, President-elect Mr Hichilema extended an olive branch to his predecessor.

He urged the Zambians to be the change they voted for and embrace the spirit of Ubuntu (humanity) to love and live together harmoniously.

He promised democratic reforms, investor-friendly economic policies, better debt management and “zero-tolerance” for corruption, which had allegedly characterized Mr Lungu’s administration.

Mr Simutanyi says there is now an expectation that Hichilema will move away from a culture of patronage and do things very differently to the outgoing regime but he expresses optimism in Hichilema’s ability to handle the extra pressure, especially in revitalizing Zambia’s copper industry due to his experience in international business.

“I think he will be in a better position to negotiate terms with international creditors and investors in mining operations and the economy,” he said. “Until now, there has been a lack of confidence in the economy.”

But like many political analysts have said a change in leadership does not solve Zambia’s problems, but the resilience and resolve of Zambian institutions and voters is cause for optimism.

“The journey will be tough and challenging, there will be ups and downs, but I am certain that with hard work and commitment, we will succeed in building a better Zambia for everyone,” said Mr Nathan Nandala Mafabi, the Budadiri West Member of Parliament in Uganda.

Mr Hichilema inherits a crushing debt burden and rising inflation where he needs to secure a bailout from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and I think this will be at the top of the new government’s agenda.

Mr Nandala Mafabi, an economist and accountant says that Mr Hichilema is going to inherit a troubled economy after years of Mr Lungu’s infrastructure spending spree in a country where more than half the population has lived below the poverty line even before the Covid pandemic.

“He has an enormous task ahead to revive Zambia economy and deliver on the promises,” said Mr Nandala Mafabi.

Mr Kisos Chemaswet MP for Soy County in Kween district said Mr Hichilema, the challenge ahead is daunting, the youthful Zambian voters turned out to demand change because, for too many, their livelihood prospects are grim.

Mr Chamaswet revealed that Mr. Hichilema’s prime task on taking office will be to tackle an economy wracked by high debt, inflation and unemployment.

“I know that the kind of changes needed in Zambia cannot be affected quickly but the population is going to be impatient for this change,” said Mr Chemaswet.

It is true that even with long years in the political doldrums, opposition powers behave like the historical French Bourbons who had learnt nothing and forgotten nothing as they hardly change from what the old leaders were doing when they attain power.

But alongside this, there is usually the possibility of progress, and of setting a powerful example in a region where democracy has been on the ropes.

It is true that elections whether successful or not, are mostly the product of local context and so there’s no clear way to say how the success of the Zambian election can affect elections elsewhere in Africa.

But I think that we can say that parties in countries where elections are being planned can learn from the success of the messaging of the opposition party in Zambia, which is soon to be the ruling party and they can also learn in terms of the legal environment, in terms of how the Zambian election commission run this election. Credit : Michael klin Muyembe


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By Kasanya Chavula

The internet has given people a plethora of business news related ideas on how to make money. Some have gone as far legitimately claiming you can make the money with one easy click, while others try to sound a little more realistic by claiming, it should only be done in your extra time. One might wonder why the reluctance to stand firm on an area that they are confident about.

The idea of working from home, to some seems like the easiest way and does not require any effort; however this could not be further from the truth. Most if not all major cooperation’s started from home with a single idea that everyone bought into. Though the platform today has changed, in that we are in an internet age, an in as much as one can make money online with only one click, it is that one click that today will be explored.

Google and most search engines provide us with not less than 10 million, newly uploaded information on a daily basis. It is this information that has to be vetted in order to find the ones that can legitimately challenge the mind in order to create a way that will enable you not just to think of making money easily but would rather develop on an idea that will lead you to creating an enterprise so as to force your way into the billionaires club.

It is important before one ventures or dares sit on the laptop or computer, they ought to know why they are there and where they see themselves in Five, Ten or 30 years time. This should be separate with where one also ought to see their organization 100 years from now. Without a proper plan for the future, the time spent at that particular moment will only be as good as not having started or sat down at all. The concept of dream big and start small is one that should be applied and work smart as opposed to work hard.

Having that in mind here is the best way to make money online with one click.

1. Create a vision board not just for your personal life, but for your family, work and your organization. They are many templates on the internet that can help should you not have one.

2. Understand and study all the markets. They are many free books on marketing and strategic planning that can be downloaded which any one can go through in order to best understand the market place.

3. Practice what you have read. Head knowledge is nothing without experience. It is best to get an internship Job that will allow you know how to navigate the business environment under the tutelage of the owner of the particular business. Some business might offer to pay you an allowance and even promise you a huge pay should you meet the requirements that they are looking for, while others, might not have the finances to pay an allowance and depending on the laws of the land might not agree to have an unpaid intern, however that should not deter you from getting the internship that you need. Because you know why you want the internship, offer to sign a waiver, which will free the organization from any litigation battle with the state.

4. Create a questionnaire. One valuable commodity that can never be gotten back is time and bear in mind that the people that you need might only spare you between one to five minutes and mostly as they are walking from the office to the car park. So with an already prepared questionnaire, ask one specific question that is related to either establishing or business growth, then figure out a way to start small but with a greater vision. This again the internet will be very useful with creating the questionnaire. However this point can only be successfully done if point 1, 2 and 3 are followed.

5. Never give up. Once again get on the internet and search for the multi-billion dollar cooperation and how the at one time failed to the brink of collapse but they strived on. Bear in mind only the tough make it.

The choice to either make or get paid $5 a day or a Million dollars a day, work for or own your own company lies in your hands. One can opt for a fast and easy life that many people on the internet are giving. To a certain degree they do give a certain pace of hope but one should not remain in that one place. It is time to get up and click on your computer and make the money and create your generational wealth both for your family and the World.



By Kasanya Chavula

The fight for civil liberties is one that the African- American community has tried to fight for, for many decades. These are the rights of any man that is declared free on the basis of the constitution and right to life. However this has not been so as this fight has been made even more evident with yet another man of color being killed at the hands law enforcement, George Floyd.

As one looks at the state of the United States of America, it is evident that the civil rights movements which as history records was from the 1940s to 1960s did not end when the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was signed but rather it would be the beginning of a battle that today has seen the law favor the white American in favor of the African-American. These words by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr out rightly echo the fight that every person of color seeks to be a part of. “when the architects of our Republic wrote the magnificent words of the constitution and the Declaration of Independence, they were signing a promissory note to which every American was to fall heir. This not was a promise that all men, yes, black men as well as white men, would be guaranteed the unalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. It is obvious today that America has defaulted on this promissory note insofar as citizens of color are concerned”.

These words which were spoken over 50 years ago seem as though they were uttered for the injustice that the people who were sworn in to protect and observe the law, are today segregating justice based on race, and skin color. It is these that today the people of color are still at war fighting for what was promised to them, or was the law written to protect some and the others fall outside the justice system of the law. In spite of the fact that the officers involved have seen fired and the officer Derek Chauvin as been charged with 3rd Degree murder and 2nd Degree manslaughter which could only result in him been sentenced to 12 and a half years that is still is injustice as intent can be seen in the video that circulated on the internet where George Floyd constantly, shouted “I can’t breathe”. Intent to kill was present and he did not present any threat as he was on the ground in handcuffs.

As it stands the charges need to be revisited and the charge of 1st degree murder need to be entered. The question that one ought to ask is if the roles were changed would the man of color be given the same charge or would the charge one that is greater. As long as the people feel the charge brought forth is unfair the demonstrations will only act as a trigger for future riots so long as justice has not prevailed.

If America truly is the land of the free and the home of the brave, then Justice needs to prevail and the fight toward civil liberties for all need to be enacted. However as it stands the civil rights movement never ended, even the election of the first black president has shown how broken the justice system is and how unfavorable the justice system is. The election of a black president would have been to show that America had turned a new chapter and all men were equal, however, what has been shown could not be further from the truth. All lives matter and the law and justice system should protect all lives, including black lives.


Recent unfoldings in the US make sad reading for developing and under performing democracies as found in countries across the world and more so such as ours Zambia.

Soon we go to the polls to elect parliament and President and the issues surrounding these elections are already in bing disputed ranging from the eligibility of the sitting President to contest the election to the voters registration. One would have hoped to look to the USA for guidance but sadly their own performance is so shambolic that they are quickly disqualifying themselves as a model.

Sitting here and watching and replaying the scenario over there to here is disheartening. The basic principle of democracy is one man one vote amid transparency and open verification. Without either one of these its a recipe for disaster and ends up in courts of law. And as we have seen , read and heard even the very US courts are not functioning as anchored on the constitution and law , yet as per interpretation of the Judges based on their political inclination and ideology.

The extreme message and lesson from this will echo world-wide. Ambassadors from the US will no longer be able to approach local hst nations and have the moral authority to call them out on any election interference or fraud for the USA has led a new path legitimizing this for the benefit of power hungry grabbers.

We have all seen and witnessed the US authorities go after politicians and their children from across the world for corruption, graft and larceny. Yet here we have the son of a presidential candidate who may soon be President Joe Biden pulling in hundreds of millions of dollars. Yet since it suits them they sweep it under the carpet and say its disinformation. It would be laughable if it was not so tragic.

The consequences of role models becoming rogues and bullies adds only strength to oppressors and further divides an already fragile world. As the rich amass wealth in such a manner the growing gaps in inequality fuel tensions locally and globally that sooner rather than later spiral out of control into armed conflicts.

while the military industrial complex and their political puppets and cronies may rejoice in this, it is misery , death and agony plus ,starvation for ten of millions of innocents.

The marginalised and democracy expectant peoples looked to the USA is an example a shining example to hold before the eyes of the tyrants holding nations at gunpoint without the rule of laws and right to be heard.

Its truly pathetic that the two most critical lessons and achievements of mankind in 2020 are the COVID 19 pandemic and the USA 2020 catastrophic election , we wait with bated breath to see the conclusion of both sorry tales that highlight the abject failure of mans pursuit of power and glory.


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We as the affected have not refused the dual cariageway but we sincerely request that the government should not demolish every building found 50meters eachside of the road unless the building is too close to the road and is affecting the construction of the second road ..100 meters is too much for 2 or 3 roads ..We may be compensated in cash but alot of land has been bought therefore this will put alot of families in poor state after usage of that money .. Even if we are relocated ,this will mean businesses people will be far from their houses and farm areas therefore this will demand transport at a daily basis ..so we request that they make the roads and still live us to trade along the road at our respective places because we have left enough space for roads instead of sending us 50 meters away from the road because our businesses depend on travellers in buses Cara and trucks .. That's how we survive along the road . please allow us be along the road and continue trading even after the roads are made .. By sesmo kaputula