A TALE OF LOVE

A TALE OF LOVE »

14 Feb, 2017
Features

“Love is beyond romance and gifts for it is possible for one to buy a gift for another and yet not feel loved. Love must be a lifestyle for everyone and not merely an act on one particular day,”

FUTURE OF DANCEHALL MUSIC IN ZAMBIA

FUTURE OF DANCEHALL MUSIC IN ZAMBIA »

12 Feb, 2017
Features

DANCEHALL music is one of the most celebrated arts and certainly an exceptional type of music in Zambia.

Sadly, it is necessary to

SANITATION LEVELS IN CHABULA CHIEFDOM ENHANCED

SANITATION LEVELS IN CHABULA CHIEFDOM ENHANCED »

3 Feb, 2017
Features

Long distances. Tattooed on feet are the many marks which tell a sad story of how the people walk far distances in order

Blesser-Blessee: New name, old reality!

Blesser-Blessee: New name, old reality! »

Blesser-Blesse, has been a buzzword of late among young people, but what exactly is a blesser? Well, a blesser is basically a sugar-coated term

ACCOMMODATION, A CRY OF STUDENTS

ACCOMMODATION, A CRY OF STUDENTS »

1 Feb, 2016
Gossip

UNZA residence, it’s a landlord’s world! From the moment a student at the institution gets accommodated, the only thing one thinks about is how to make money off their room. For most of them anyway, it is at the expense of the unfortunate, that is, those who are not accommodated but are desperate to live within campus.

Writing can bring positive change in society – Local Author

Writing can bring positive change in society – Local Author »

7 Jan, 2016
Features

Writing is an art which authors use to plant seeds of change in the fertile minds of the readership. One such author is Paul Muuma, a fourth year student pursuing a Bachelor of Arts Degree at the University of Zambia.   Muuma likes writing works of fiction but  is also open to writing motivational books, spiritual books, poetry, articles and movie scripts.  

We are the next 50 years ; youths changing their communities

We are the next 50 years ; youths changing their communities »

4 Dec, 2015
Features

You are never too young to make a change in the world, once said Christopher Yao. For some youths, Yao’s words are their driving force as they have devoted their time to bettering the lives of other people.   One such youth is Adolescent Rights Activist Natasha Salifyanji Kaoma.   From the early stages of her medical career, Natasha knew that being a medical student was not enough to bring about the changes she hoped to see.

Support local fashion brands-Mwaka Bwalya

Support local fashion brands-Mwaka Bwalya »

23 Nov, 2015
Features

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.

POEM: Tears In The Rain

POEM: Tears In The Rain »

9 Sep, 2015
Features

SHE stands alone in a corner, in the rain and in the cold. She cries as people pass her by and there's no one to hold. Everyone can notice her, but not her tears as she wallows in pain. Because they are nothing - but tears in the rain.

2 UNZA students start plaiting hair to make extra money

2 UNZA students start plaiting hair to make extra money »

8 Aug, 2015
Features

BEING a female student at a university is challenging as one tends to have many material needs, of which some cannot be entirely met by guardians. This calls for one to be financially disciplined and find responsible ways of earning income as one pursues their studies. In order to supplement their daily needs and partly take off a load of financial burden from their parents’ shoulders, two University of Zambia students have ventured into a hair plaiting business.