AN ORDEAL AT INTERCITY BUS TERMINUS

AN ORDEAL AT INTERCITY BUS TERMINUS »

Intercity ─ Zambia’s largest bus terminus by area and commercial value ─ notorious for dupery with which, as a traveller, I recently had

A DIVERSE MIND IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY

A DIVERSE MIND IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY »

11 Jul, 2017
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We often hear about the need to help young people and provide them with education, support and guidance. But in the midst of

The Ordeal of A Penis Enlargement Victim: A flag to caution and a call to action!

The Ordeal of A Penis Enlargement Victim: A flag to caution and a call to action! »

“For two weeks I applied the cream around the genitalia whereupon my manhood grew mighty long and diamond-hard that my wife could not stand a minute with me,” a victim matter-of-factly narrates his experience.

IDENTIFY EVENTS, ISSUES AND INDIVIDUALS IN ZAMBIA WORTH CELEBRATING AS HOLIDAYS – UNZA DON

IDENTIFY EVENTS, ISSUES AND INDIVIDUALS IN ZAMBIA WORTH CELEBRATING AS HOLIDAYS – UNZA DON »

 

A University of Zambia don says there is need for Zambia to identify important issues, events and individuals in the post-colonial era

THE AFRICAN FREEDOM DAY – 54 YEARS ON

THE AFRICAN FREEDOM DAY – 54 YEARS ON »

A reflection of the what freedom means for Africans 54 years on.

What if art could change the world?

What if art could change the world? »

Growing up with a talent well recognized among  millennials is considered exemplary. Art (drawing and graphic design) is one such rare talent among

JUNIOR CHIPOLOPOLO: SHIFTING FOCUS TO THE WORLD CUP

JUNIOR CHIPOLOPOLO: SHIFTING FOCUS TO THE WORLD CUP »

The just ended Under-20 Africa Cup of Nations has brought relief and healing to the soccer fraternity especially to those who have been

OMELO MUMBA: A WALK THROUGH A FLESHPOT

OMELO MUMBA: A WALK THROUGH A FLESHPOT »

Victor Kalalanda investigates the world of the country’s illicit sex trade as part of a series. In this first piece, he goes undercover on one of Lusaka's infamous streets-Omelo Mumba.

WOMEN’S DRESS-CODE: Should there be a standard?

WOMEN’S DRESS-CODE: Should there be a standard? »

Dressing and appearance are thoroughly scrutinized for women in Zambia; if a woman looks too feminine; chances are she will not be taken seriously. The sad truth of the matter is that when it comes to appearance, men are the standard and norm: a man going in town for shopping or to a business meeting does not fear or wonder about being attacked by a mob or being taken seriously based on what he is wearing- a woman does.

UNZA MAIDS CRY FOUL OVER STUDENT’S BAD HYGIENE

UNZA MAIDS CRY FOUL OVER STUDENT’S BAD HYGIENE »

1 Mar, 2017
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Dirty toilets, clogged sinks, broken beer bottles are all not uncommon at The University of Zambia (UNZA) main campus during the weekends. The