Zambia is more than that.... By Muzhinga Kankinda. I should be speaking for the Africa, but I believe that Africa has thousands of journalists, bloggers, and freelancers willing to break the stereotypes put on their African countries. So, today, I will focus on my lovely country Zambia. While it is no secret that Zambia has … Continue reading Analysis: Zambia is more than that.
Trending news is that Nigerian heartthrob actor, Yul Edochie has a second wife, Judy Austin and his first wife, May is not happy about it. Well, in normal circumstances, no woman would be happy about it even though poligamy is quite widespread in Africa. From time in memorial, poligamy, well known as 'Mpali' in Zambia … Continue reading Poligamy
Garbage dumped near wall fences. Picture courtesy: 100mirrors While others are striving to keep Zambia clean by stashing garbage in garbage plastics and having it taken to the land fill by the garbage collectors, unknown people in Matero residential area in Zambia have taken to dumping rubbish at other people's wall fences. While the reasons … Continue reading Alert! Garbage on the loose
Mweene Nchimunya; the child who made peace with God through Music. Finding a purpose is hard especially when fate is against your desires. This is what most people orphaned at a tender age would say but for Mweene Nchimunya, a young man aged 27; this was a chance to find his purpose in life. Born … Continue reading The child who made peace with God through music
Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com Hi lovelies, Today, Zambia has joined the entire world to commemorate the international Anti-corruption Day at the Lusaka show grounds main Arena with this year’s theme being, ‘Your right, your role. Say no to Corruption.’ This theme has come to all Zambians at the right time as stakeholders such as … Continue reading Zambia commemorates international Anti-corruption Day under the theme: your right, your role. say no to corruption.
Picture by Muzhinga Kankinda The novel ‘The Changing tides’ is a book by Zambian writer, Michael Mulilo born in 1962 in Kitwe, Zambia. The book’s manuscript was completed in October, 1987, but it was first published in 1998 by Winsome Publications, two years after Michael Mulilo’s death death in January, 1996 at the age of … Continue reading WRiters reviewing writers: the changing tides by michael mulilo.
Photo by George Milton on Pexels.com Hello, lovelies, welcome to another blog post. It has been a while and i hope you are keeping safe. Our discussion for today to 'how to make your TV shows appealing to audience and a success. Making a TV show a success can be hard but it is not … Continue reading How to make your tv shows appealing to audience and a success
As the coronavirus continues to terrorize humanity all around the world, we continue to see a reprise in loss of lives, mourning, anxiety disorders, mental imbalance, loss of jobs, businesses and the fear of death. At this point, life has become highly unpredictable that you could converse with someone today and the next day they … Continue reading In the community; Living in the New normal.
Share Nepotism is a term that we are familiar with. Some of us knew this word and it's meaning as far as 6th grade when we learnt about it in the subject, Social Studies while some of us saw it happen in schools when teachers favoured their nephews, nieces and children by giving them permanent … Continue reading Nepotism in developing Countries more prevalent.
Adolescence is a period of preparing for adulthood during which most individuals undergo several key developments in their lives. For instance during adolescence, both male and female children undergo physical and sexual maturation, they feel the need of social and economic independence and the acquisition of a skill; and this is also the time they … Continue reading Adolescent pregnancy in Zambia.