Archive | May, 2010

Kozhi Makai PhD – May 29,2010

Kozhi Sidney Makai is a young “multi-hyphenate” who desires one thing: to be a resource to others. Multi-hyphenate? Yes. Author, poet, educator, social researcher, speaker, life strategist, advisor, business entrepreneur, trainer, and social entrepreneur… Author of award-winning social research, business and self-help books, professor to undergraduate and graduate students, speaker to small and medium-sized business, […]

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Bumper Harvest – May 29,2010

Zambia has recorded a bumper corn (maize) harvest of about 2.8 million metric tonnes, a 48% increase from the previous year. Is there enough silos and sheds storage for this harvest in the country? Our panels looks at this question and other related issues.

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Reasons to Join Open Source Zambia

It’s free Open Source Zambia (OSZ) is a no strings attached organization. Come with knowledge, share knowledge, leave with knowledge. The meetings, events, networking and more are all structured in similar fashion. Healthy Discussion Want to debate issues related to ICT in Zambia or an interesting thread shared by a fellow African blogger titled “5 […]

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eLearning Africa Photo Competion Winners announced

Winners of the first eLearning Africa photo competition will be featured in an exhibition at the fifth pan-African conference on Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) for Development, Education and Training. In a press release, Kennedy Sinkali, surrounded by a crowd of eager fifth-grade school children, is captured explaining phonics to them in front of a […]

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Remmy Nweke WINS African FOSS Reporter’s Award

Senior Reporter and Head of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) desk at Champion Newspapers Limited, Lagos-Nigeria has bagged the first-ever African Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) Reporter’s award. Recieving the award which was the first of its kind by the Free and Open Source Foundation for Africa (FOSSFA) and Digital Commons,Remmy said that there was need for Journalists […]

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