A)I am also the only woman in Zambia’s largest corruption court, which sees 2,000 people plead guilty to corruption per year. Anadolu Agency, Nov. 7, 2016.
Besides being the head of an anti-corruption court that issues a guilty verdict once per year, I am also the only woman in Zambia’s largest corruption court, which sees 2,000 people plead guilty to corruption per year. Anadolu Agency, Nov. 7, 2016. B) I saw the awful conditions of male Zambian judges, especially white male Zambian judges. Anadolu Agency, Nov. 7, 2016.
C) I used to write articles about corruption in Eastern Europe. After I was transferred from Eastern Europe to Zambia, I was asked by different people here what I was used to writing about in Eastern Europe. One man said that I wrote a lot about the West. I said “No. What I write is how it is in the countries I come from.” Another person said to me “Write about Zambia. You are writing about corruption there.” Nowadays, people who read my articles here in Zambia ask me, “Well, how about your new life in Africa?”
D) If I am president of a big company in China or the United States, I will make corruption a crime. Corruption is unacceptable in the real world. e) I have seen myself in the shoes of very white men in Zambia who I think should not be judges. Anadolu Agency, Nov. 7, 2016.
E) Africa is the next great industry in the world. Twenty-five years ago, Chinese, East Germans, and Japanese were very intelligent, very special people. But for a long time, Western Europe and the United States was the only time they were at the top. And now, Africa is coming up again as a place of great opportunity. Anadolu Agency, Nov. 7, 2016.
F) I don’t understand the practice of judging people purely on the color of their skin. I know people who come from Asia and the United States, and there are people who are very mean to them. Two white people are sitting next to each other. All they say is “You go to America to learn, and we will teach you what happens here.” How is that possible? You just ask them how much they make. If you want to know how much they make, you can ask them.