A reflection of the what freedom means for Africans 54 years on.
Growing up with a talent well recognized among millennials is considered exemplary. Art (drawing and graphic design) is one such rare talent among
The just ended Under-20 Africa Cup of Nations has brought relief and healing to the soccer fraternity especially to those who have been
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.
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.
Every year, on the 14th of February, love is in the air; flowers, chocolates, people dressed in red are an expected spectacle. This
The complaints were lodged, they were heard and the response was quick. Usually the acting president Piyo Ndlovu, popularly known as ‘Tolo’ only
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
The history of Zambia having people that lived in caves as a place to lay their heads on is real! The reality of such a time is felt and experienced at the Mumbwa caves as one takes a tour through them.
THE economy of Zambia has been under-performing for a long time now and there is urgent need to diversify the sectors which the economy is dependent on. From the post-independence period to date, the economy has heavily relied on foreign currency earnings from copper which apparently is proving to be unsustainable. It is unsustainable in that the country does not have the manufacturing machinery to process the very copper into finished products. Copper exports amount to approximately 77 percent of the country’s income.