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The 'Is' and the 'ought'of the law 2001-2005
The 'is' and 'ought' of the Law is a debate that has gone on for a long time, and still is on-going. This obligatory essay is a mere small contribution to what already exists. The only significant difference is that the ...
The morphology of the Kakumbi concave bank bench on Luangwa river
The study investigates the formation and development of concave bank benches on the Luangwa River in Eastern Zambia. The Kakumbi concave bank bench is studied in greater detail than the other two benches because of its ...
The Challenges of constitutional democracy in Zambia
Zambia as a country with a written constitution which itself declares that the country shall be a democratic state manifests the people's quest to establish a constitutional democracy. Constitutional democracy as a concept ...
An appraisal of the effectiveness of the common market for eastern and southern africa(COMESA) court of justice as a trade dispute settlement body
The study aimed at appraising the effectiveness of the COMESA Court of Justice with regard to its role of resolving trade disputes. The Court was established under the 1994 COMESA Treaty to interpret and resolve all disputes ...
Prevention and prosecution: Essential tool in the fight against corruption: A critical analysis of the Zambian case
Over the years, there has been a great deal written on the subject of corruption globally and Zambia in particular. It has been acknowledged that corruption is an enemy of development and its effects are well documented. ...
The Human rights implications of Zambia's privatisation programme: The case of the Zambia consolidated copper mines(ZCCM),Roan antelope mine,Luanshya division
Privatisation of state owned enterprises is currently in process the world over, in Europe, North America, Japan and numerous developing countries and newly industrialised countries. In Zambia also Privatisation is in ...
Gender bias in the Zambian legal system