President Sata faced lots of challenges when he took office. But his leadership and government have succeeded in delivering their campaign promises. When he took office, MMD government left record high unemployment; the economy was in its worse state and public trust in government institutions was at lowest mark. In just 90 days, President Sata [...]
Archive | 2011
From Jamiel Banda comes a behind the scenes look at the production of a music video shoot for Zambian gospel rapper Rizen Rizon. Jamiel shares some excellent tips for fellow enthusiasts including the following: Low aperture is not always ideal for crowded scenes. Never forget to white balance. Rule of thirds really helps with more creative scenes. Read [...]
Understanding Christmas from the African context and what the baby Jesus means during the festive season. Behold a child is born and she shall be call Jesus. Whi is our star in our lives?
From everyone at The Zambian, we wanted to stop for a moment and wish you the best of all your world has to offer. We wish you peace in your storms, fulfillment in your needs, love and reconciliation in your relationships, and joyous gratitude in your hearts. May you be abundantly blessed this season and [...]
What next for Europe and what next for England? First, the EU decides to draft a treaty with stricter financial regulations and where Germany and France are the two main dogs. Meanwhile, England decides not to embrace a singular monetary system and continental Europe refuses to offer British Premier David Cameron the guarantees he was [...]
Following a spate of high profile divorce petitions and old men behaving badly with girls younger than their own daughters covered in the Zambian press, is it fair to conclude that Zambian men are essentially adulterers when most Zambian men are faithful? The stigmisation and transmogrification of the character of our men as philanderers has [...]