Can someone help us get listed on other websites on Zambia?
Archive | January, 2004
I think it is awesome when a Zambian company clinches another export deal. For the longest time, you’ve heard of Zambian coffee, Zambian roses, Zambian emeralds, Zambian copper, Zambian cobalt and Zambian electricity. It’s about time people noticed Zambia’s other quality products. The article published in The Post “ZAMBEEF Plc has made inroads to export […]
Former Railway Express secretary Frank Munthali has promised to improve the financial accounting of FAZ once elected as treasurer. Wait and see?
The increment of tuition fees by both the University of Zambia (UNZA) and Copperbelt University is justifiable but the fees should be affordable, acting University of Zambia Students Union (UNZASU) president, Huxwell Manwachi has said.
As one reader notes on The Zambian Message Board, “perhaps multiple bloggers are needed to get the ball rolling as one blog leads to another“ Ideally I would like to find an expert(s) for the following categories: History Music News Politics Sports Technology Tourism Then open up the blog initially to the experts as a […]
Mufulira female tennis player Thelma Bwalya has won a scholarship to attend school at the Independence Community College in the United States. Bwalya, a Copperbelt native, who has been playing tennis for a while is due to join the Pirates tennis team in January 2004 next year. A Zambian journalist based in the US, Matthew […]