Linux Fund and the Free Software and Open Source Foundation for Africa (FOSSFA) have pledged to work together to promote Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) in Africa. In a Press Release, Linux Fund and the Free Software and Open Source Foundation of Africa (FOSSFA) have signed a landmark agreement to promote Free Software and […]
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Archive | December, 2009
Dr. Mwizenge discusses Zambian Foods and dances. “Nshima and Ndiwo are the Most Important Pair of Staple Foods among Zambians in Southern Africa. Music and dance are perhaps the most universal of the creative nature of humans. Rural traditional people of Zambia are no exception.”
Ten events that changed the way we look at life, live and do business. What were the big issues of the decade in Zambia and around the world. A 10-dose of reality. What terrorism, war, boom and bust, business and political scandals, life and death taught us. The big issues.
Dr. Mbewe’s discussion will focus on the role culture plays in economic development.
Rev. Bupe is a researcher & author who has published and recorded on the topic of the Plight of Widows. He will talk to us about “Sexual Cleansing” rituals in some parts of Zambia. What is sexual cleansing? Who practice this rituals? What meaning behind this tradition? Should non-Zambian spouses of Zambian be concerned or […]
South Africa based Zambian-born Gospel song bird, Anita Bakanda whose solo album Celebrate, has taken the Airwaves of Southern Africa, comes to Diapora Voice to share her passion and music. Samuel Ngoma of Times of Zambia wrote: ZNBC television, TBN and Christian voice have obliged fittingly by playing the cheerful anthem several times over.