"WHILE it has always been a good economic practice to buy used or second-hand motor vehicles, books and clothes in Zambia, the purchase and wearing of used undergarments raises many moral and health questions. Does donning salaula Victoria Secrets underwear not say something about the place of our people in the world economy? What could be the health implications of sharing or wearing someone else’s underwear? In any case, for how will this dehumanising and humiliating trade in salaula underpants go on in Zambia? These are serious questions beseeching sober reflection, not only from our leaders but also citizens. Quick action is required and we cannot afford to fold our arms and pretend there are no issues surrounding the morality or immorality of having used lingerie on our markets...."
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