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Zambian Vice President Inonge Wina has appealed to the corporate world and relevant organisations to fund research projects that are aimed at preserving the Zambian culture. Ms. Wina said it was important for them to help fund research projects such as the Encyclopedia of Zambian names project, as it would help in the preservation of the Zambian culture.
The Zambia National Marketeers Credit Association (ZANAMACA) has appealed to government to work on the roads around the New Soweto Market. In an interview with the Lusaka star, ZANAMACA President, Mupila Kameya, bemoaned the poor state of the road network around the New Soweto Market, which is one of the country’s major trade centers. "government should focus on road rehabilitation instead of just focusing on residential areas, but also large business areas too,” he said.
ZAMBIAN model Mapalo Mulenga is set to represent Zambia at the Miss Hope International beauty pageant to be held on 5th December, 2015 in South Africa. Mapalo says she is honoured to have been chosen to represent Zambia at the upcoming pageant. She says she has confidence she will do well despite the competition being stiff. “I am honoured to be Zambia’s representative. I am going to do my best to make my country proud,” she states.
Upcoming fashion designer Mwaka Bwalya has encouraged Zambians to support local designers and their clothing brands. Mwaka, a designer under Fashion label Muta-Benie, says there is a tendency among Zambians to shun from buying locally made clothing for international designs. She says even though international designs were good, Zambians should still support local brands in order to promote them.
Born and Bread award winning gospel artist Chaka Nyathando, popularly known as Pompi, says he is working on promoting upcoming gospel artists in the country in a bid to make Zambia the gospel capital in 2016. Speaking to the Lusaka Star after a spectacular performance at a fundraising concert held at the University of Zambia on Saturday, Pompi said he is working with a number of upcoming gospel artists in order to spread the gospel through music.