CodeZed would like to start a tradition of hosting an annual Zambian award to honour the best weblogs from or about Zambia. As the first year of hosting the weblog awards, we would like your comments, feedback and thoughts before we begin the nomination and voting phase. Below is a draft of the marketing, rules […]
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Archive | January, 2008
Celtel subscribers would like to see the Mobile Service Provider improve its services especially in the rural areas and also support local artists who are not established become known as they launch a new advertising campaign. Celtel consumers made a comment to the Celtel advertisement of the campaign in which Celtel international announced a simultaneous […]
Dr. Kopano Mukelabai, M.D, DABP, FRCP(E) is Senior Health Adviser for UNICEF, at their New York Headquarters. Previously, he served as the UNICEF Country Representative in Eritrea, and as the Regional Health Adviser for UNICEF to countries in Eastern and Southern Africa. Dr. Mukelabai was formerly Dean of the School of Medicine at the University […]
Henry Knight Mulenga was Zambia’s number one DJ in the 1980’s and early 1990’s. He was a member of MOBA (Munali Old Boys Association) and is now plying his trade in the UK.
Maria Mercedez Benou was the first Zambian to export and promote Mosi in the UK. Maria is the President of Afri Beer Link and the Director of Wonder Beatz.
Nawa Mukwati Sibongo is a Zambian public relations consultant based in the UK. He is the first Zambian to complete leadership studies at the Bill Clinton Foundation. He is the founder of Afro records which is the first Zambain record company based in the UK.