Some people in Zambia consider children as an investment. The more children you have the secure you retirement is. This is because, one or more of the children might be successful and take care of you in your old age. In Western Culture, having one or two children is common, because children tend to be […]
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Archive | January, 2010
Brian Mushimba worked for Lafarge Building Materials in Atlanta,GA, USA before relocating to Zambia with his American family a couple of months ago. With a bachelors degree in engineering from the University of Arizona and an MBA in engineering management, he had the right tools, the job and the family to continue life in America […]
Nominations for The Tech Awards are accepted year-round and we are currently accepting nominations for 2010. The 2010 deadline for nominations is March 31, 2010. Nominations and applications are evaluated according to the following criteria: The technology application significantly improves the human condition in one of the five award areas: economic development, education, environment, equality, […]
Dr. Mbewe discusses the “The role of women in national development in Zambia”. Dr. Mbewe is a former Chief Economist in Warsaw, Poland, a Business Trainer & Management Consultant and Adjunct Professor of International Economics & Management.
“Marriage for wrong reasons can be costly” was Pauline Banda’s recent article headline published in the Zambia Daily Mail. Pauline argues that marrying someone solely for their looks or money is a recipe for divorce because these things may only last but for a moment. What about arranged married? This and more questions will be […]
It’s dance time! Lets dance to the Zambian traditional music. Dr. Mwizenge Tembo an Associate Professor of Sociology at Bridgewater College in Virginia, explains the role of traditional dance and music in Zambia. Dr. Tembo is the author of four books and a true Cultural Warrior, a resource for various Zambian traditions.