Tuesday 13 December 2022

Emeli Sandé - Who Needs The World

Emeli Sandé - Who Needs The World

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Thursday 8 December 2022

Roberto - AmaRulah (Official Video)

Roberto - AmaRulah (Official Video)

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Wednesday 7 December 2022

Shyman Shaizo - Mind Your Business (Official Video)

Shyman Shaizo - Mind Your Business (Official Video)

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Wednesday 16 November 2022

Zambia is Beautiful: Ila Safari Lodge by Green Safaris

Zambia is Beautiful: Ila Safari Lodge by Green Safaris

Birds’ eye view of Ila Safari Lodge by Green Safaris and Kafue in all its green season glory.

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Apply: Training For Small and Medium Agribusiness Enterprises in Zambia

Apply: Training For Small and Medium Agribusiness Enterprises in Zambia

We are pleased to inform you that the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) will be delivering a training programme on livelihood development for Small and Medium Agribusiness Enterprises in Zambia. For this reason, we would like to request your assistance to kindly inform potential beneficiaries in the country for them to be able to apply and be considered for the selection process.

· Programme name: Accelerating Sustainable and Climate Resilient Livelihoods through development of Small and Medium Agribusiness Enterprises for Women and Youth in Zambia
· Training date: January 23 to April 14, 2023
· Programme Phases:
Phase 1: 3-month training on Agribusiness Opportunities and SME Development
Phase 2: 2-month training on SME start-up/expansion
Phase 3: Livelihood/small business initiation Coaching
· Profile of beneficiaries: Competency in communicating in English language and using computer, enthusiasm and passion for success and delivering positive impact, be able to provide reference letter from reachable referees, commitment to undertake the entire programme.
· Fees: None. This programme is funded by Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA) and implemented by UNITAR. The beneficiaries of this programme are women and youth from ZAMBIA who are based in the country.
· Application deadline: December 31, 2022
For more information and to register for this training programme, please visit: UNITAR.ORG            


Tuesday 15 November 2022

Four Ways to stay fit

Four Ways to stay fit

Now is an excellent time for you to stay in shape. You can achieve acceptable fitness progress in a few months with specific, realistic goals to lose fat or gain muscle. Top Zed Brands has put together a list of  activities that can help you get fit and active: 


Yes, you read that correctly; walking is a relaxing and enjoyable activity you can do with friends, family and even your pet. It is a physical activity that is appropriate and beneficial for you, your family and your friends. You can even do it alone while listening to music from your phone or boom box. Just make sure they aren't vehicles around or nearby to avoid accidents. Always make sure you put on sunscreen and get an umbrella if possible. The best time to do this is in the morning or when the sun sets to avoid exhaustion.


Swimming is my favourite activity as it involves a full body workout, increasing your heart rate, toning your muscles, building strength and increasing endurance. It is also an excellent activity to keep you cool in the summer, which is the best part of it. To make it even more fun, you can play netball, do swimming races with your friends or play Marco polo.

Riding a bike

Another great activity you can do in the summer is to ride a bike. Just imagine the wind hitting your skin as you are riding.

It is a great way to make you feel free as you let go of all the stress and worries you're facing, and more; it helps you stay fit and healthy and don't forget to carry Some water to keep you hydrated.


If riding a bike isn't for you, or maybe you don't own or can't afford one, going out for a run is a good advantage as it is free, and of course, it can help you lose weight fast. You can even come up with a challenge with your friend and family to see who can run the longest or the fastest. Then, of course, you can also go for a marathon. So again, it is a great way to keep fit.

But remember to keep yourself hydrated by losing a lot of fluids when running.

Refrain from spending any more time thinking about what physical activities you can start today. Instead, go outside and do these fun activities and encourage your friends and family to do the same. 

What other activities would you add to the list? 


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Job Title: Assistant IT Technician.

Company: Dynamic Recruitment Agency.

Qualification: Degree Computer Science, engineering/relevant field,

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Due Date: 16/11/22.

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Prefrred candidates must be from Kitwe, Chingola, Mufulira or Chambishi

Basic Salary range: K3,000 – K5,000

Tuesday 8 November 2022

Tiwa Savage, Asake - Loaded (Official Video)

Tiwa Savage, Asake - Loaded (Official Video)

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Sunday 6 November 2022

Saturday 29 October 2022

Zambia's Mosi-oa-Tunya Falls

                                   Zambia's Mosi-oa-Tunya Falls                                                                                                                
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One of the most spectacular sights in Africa, MOSI-oa-Tunya is a mile-long marvel of mist and spray marking the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Known to locals as Mosi-oa-Tunya, “the smoke that thunders”, the roar from the world’s largest single curtain of falling water can be heard 40km away.

The falls were named after Britain’s Queen Victoria by David Livingstone, the first European known to have crossed the Dark Continent. On coming face to face with the waterfall in 1855, the explorer and missionary incredu­lously recorded, “It has never been seen before by European eyes, but scenes so wonderful must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight.”
Chief Sekeletu, of the local Makololo tribe, paddled the adventurous Scotsman to Goat Island, now Livingstone Island, which is as close to the dramatic cataract as you can get. Well, almost. Today’s tourists take the same route until they, too, are surrounded by the tossing, tumbling Zambezi River. Water levels are at their lowest from late August to early January and this is when fearless (or foolish) foreigners dive in and swim to Devil’s Pool. A submerged ledge enables show-offs to lie on the lip of the falls, barely a metre from the raging rapids, without being swept over.
The ultimate infinity pool is reached from the Zambian border town of – you guessed it – Livingstone. The easy-going former capital is a popular base for visitors wary of the political, economic and social unrest just across the river.
Zimbabwe may be about to bounce back from its tourism slump, however. Lonely Planet has included the nation once known as Rhodesia in its top 10 of countries to visit in 2019, Victoria Falls (also the name of the town) hotel occupancy rates are at their highest for 20 years and 300,000 people are expected this year – a far cry from 2008, when visitor numbers dwindled to 25,000.
Tourism chiefs on both sides of the river realise the destination they share has what it takes to become a lucrative year-round attraction (the waterfall draws even bigger crowds during the rainy season). Victoria Falls might be twice as high as Niagara, in North America, but it’s a lot less commercialised, although that’s changing. Helicopter flights and hot-air-balloon rides offer birds-eye views, and adrenaline junkies go white-water rafting down the mighty Zambezi or zip-line over it. They can also follow in the footsteps of Hollywood actor Will Smith, who gave the local tourism industry a boost last year when he bungee jumped off the 111-metre bridge that links Zim and Zam.
On the subject of adrenaline sports, (Zimbabwean) ground was recently broken on a Grand Prix circuit for Victoria Falls, bankrolled by a Dubai-based consortium. Besides the racetrack, there are plans for convention facilities, a medical centre and shopping mall.
Further afield, both countries offer world-class game viewing. Safari goers have an excellent chance of spotting the Big Five in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe, which is home to one of Africa’s largest elephant populations. In Zambia, South Luangwa National Park is renowned for its walking safaris. Frankly, I’d rather sit on the ledge at Devil’s Pool.
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Thursday 27 October 2022

Wednesday 26 October 2022

Moonga K. song featured on Queen Sugar

Moonga K. song featured on Queen Sugar

Friday 21 October 2022

Quitting Jobs & Moving Abroad: How We Retired Early

Quitting Jobs & Moving Abroad: How We Retired Early

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Wednesday 19 October 2022

Business Profile - ZCN Auto

Do you need motor vehicle spares? Then the company you need to reach out to is ZC Ngwane's Auto and General Dealers Limited (ZCN Auto). 

This is Lusaka based supplier of motor vehicle spares at wholesale and retail price. They stock genuine brands from South Africa, Germany and Japan. They supply to end users, garages and shops at discounted and also wholesale prices. They are the sole supplier of Blixem degreaser, which is a water based grease and oily grime remover. 

Location: Chris Corner, Katyetye Rd, Lusaka 10101, (See the Google Maps location; https://goo.gl/maps/8yZskGDX1VT5VSq2A)

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Thursday 22 September 2022



Deadline: 30 September 2022.

This is a hot opportunity for writers and visual artists.

Apply to join the two residency programmes established by the African Union and UNDP.

Be among ten talented pan-Africanist writers and visual artists who will help mark 20 years of the African Union.

Under the theme “Our Africa, Our Future,” two residency programmes powered by Africa No Filter will offer the space, time, resources, and support needed to produce a broad spectrum of fiction, narrative non-fiction, and poetry, as well as paintings, sculptures, drawings, photography, digital art, video and graffiti.

Residencies will take place in November 2022 and are open to African citizens from all member states of the African Union.

Visual artists will be hosted at the Loman Art Gallery in Dakar, Senegal, while the writers will be hosted at the Library of Africa and The African Diaspora (LOATAD) in Accra, Ghana.

Apply click HERE.

Sunday 11 September 2022