Professor Clive Efford Chirwa is one of the Worlds authorities in International Clashworthness who is often consulted upon by NASA and has testified before the US Congress. He is also the Editor-in-Chief and Founder, International Journal of Crashworthiness, the Chair of Automotive & Aerospace Structures and Head of University of Bolton Automotive & Aerospace Research […]
Archive | February, 2011
The girl child is the most neglected member of the family in rural Zambia and a result many young girls drop out of school at an early age to become wives. Many are forced to engage in early sexual vices due to lack of financial support that could support them in school. The panel will […]
Newly elected President of Zambians in California discusses the role of organizations in the Diaspora and their relevance and role in the affairs of the communities in which they are formed, and to Zambia and Zambian interests.
The World is noting new economic trends that are going to affect all countries of the World. These new trends include (but not limited) to (1) rising food prices which means an increase in inflation. Inflation increase results in tightening monetary policies (increasing interest rates) which in turn dampens economic growth; (2) energy prices are […]
Sixty-four million people have registered to vote in Nigeria’s elections in April. The process of registering voters has been marred by violence and irregularities. And it is still thought that millions may miss out on voting. But the technology behind the registration process is being hailed as a milestone – that is because it has […]
Toto celebrated the eighth anniversary of his freedom at the Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage on January 29th. It was on this day in 2003 that Animal Defenders International (ADI) seized Toto from small circus in Chile, and with that his life of living in a packing crate, smoking cigarettes, traveling across South America by truck, and […]