Today, I am going to talk about the internet and our smartphones. I am always excited about new technology and new gadgets and trust me this feeling is mutual in almost everyone. What is the first thing that a consumer wants to scrutinize when they buy a new phone? Camera Social Media AppsSpace Capacity. Phones … Continue reading 100Mirrors: A critical review of Character and New Technology.
I asked an African man; what is love? He cleared his throat as his gaze shifted to the sky; with a glare of longing, he told me; "love is respect". He shook his head as he looked at me, an expression of pure Bliss fixated on his aged face. A smile of faith but, it didn't … Continue reading Poetic Thursday: in the eyes of mortals
By Muzhinga Kankinda. Am not trying to compete with you. Neither I am trying to take your place ,honey.Because truth; truth is, I need you. yes, I need you to listen; lend me your ears and tell me you understand. I feel pain every time you degrade me. Make me feel less human when am … Continue reading Poetic Thursday: Coexistence; I am a bone of your bones.
There are more than 25,000 people living with Albinism in Zambia and statistics have shown that at least 10 albinos are murdered in ritual killings every year in the country. Such killing across in Africa are linked to malicious beliefs that albino body parts bring wealth and luck and in spite of such cases being … Continue reading Sad Tale: killings of people living with Albinism
By Muzhinga Kankinda Media is a tool through which technological mediated and idealized messages are sent to an anonymous mass audience; these forms of media include Print, Television, Radio and internet media. In recent times, media has become a common phenomenon in symposium concerned with morality. The most frequently asked question concerning media and morality … Continue reading Cultivation; media in our minds.
By Muzhinga Kankinda Childhood was sweet, melodious and delightful. The sun was a ray of hope as it shine upon our foreheads while, we merrily played. The beams on our faces were almost magical as our folk watched us fidget from place to place with no sorrow engraved in our eyes but, a song of … Continue reading Poetic Thursday: the Rhythm of the African beat
By Muzhinga Kankinda In recent times, there has been a lot of deliberations concerning the issue of blessers and blessees lifestyles. This culture has taken monopoly over other ways in which youth especially girls aged 15 to 24 make money and sustain their cost of living. Just like an epidemic, the lifestyle seems to be … Continue reading Blesser Culture: a glimpse into the life of the vulnerable.
By Muzhinga Kankinda Citizen Journalism which refers to the involvement of members of the public in the collection, providence, analysis and dissemination of news and information through the use of new communication technology has become a widespread phenomenon. Due to the emergence of new communication technology, traditional media like radio, television and print have lost … Continue reading Citizen Journalism; is it the demise of Humanity?