A preview of the official Republic of Zambia page is now online. The intent of the site as described on the home page is, “Welcome to the official Government of the Republic of Zambia Web Portal for all government transactions, services, and information. The Web Portal, which is the “front office” vehicle through which integrated [...]
Kudos to the team behind LuSE Market Data (LMD) – one of the first websites in Zambia trying to bring live market data from the Lusaka Stock Exchange. LMD is an app born out of the lack of real-time LuSE market data. It was thought of by the founder who at the time had need for real-time [...]
Jennifer Howard from the Chronicle writes about scholars and imaging scientists have managed to recover the mostly illegible contents of David Livingstone’s 1871 field diary and made them accessible online. View the Livingstone Field Diary online.
According to TeleGeography, Interesting Facts: WACS (West Africa Cable System) is a submarine communications cable linking South Africa with the United Kingdom along the west coast of Africa that was constructed by Alcatel-Lucent. The cable consists of four fibre pairs and is 14,000 km in length, linking from Yzerfontein in the Western Cape of South [...]
According to the Official Google Africa Blog, walking directions in Zambia have been improved. To get walking directions, try one of the following: Click Get Directions, enter a starting and ending location and click Get Directions. In the search field, enter a from-to statement (example: from Nyayo House to Anniversary Towers) and click Search Maps. Click [...]
Journalists what type of a phone and digital devices do you have? How do you use your mobile phones and digital devices? It is surprising that in this digital age some Journalists still use phones that cannot connect to the internet. Others still do own laptops or desktop computers, cameras, recorders, flash drives or mobile [...]