Fortune Nyondo, Simply known as “Fortune” a professional musician native to Zambia, best known for his skill and influence as a Christian singer, songwriter, composer and arranger. Fortune’s music is well known in many countries throughout Africa. His life experiences inspired him to create Fortune Pilgrim. He was given Ngomas and AZAMI awards for Best […]
Archive | April, 2011
Linguistic diversity and multiplicity must be viewed as an asset and not an impediment to national development. National and individual identity gain immensely from the promotion and use of Zambian languages and it should be mandatory for Zambian languages to be taught in all schools. Various linguistic studies have shown that knowledge of more than […]
ZAMBIA today is at an important economic and political crossroads. Zambians are crying out for change but it is clear that without a strong national progressive coalition founded on basic Christian principles and values Zambian will not get the change they want or need. Many citizens are asking what has happened to our great nation? […]
A look at the old way of cultural ways of conducting male circumcision. While there have has been talk and laws against Female Genital Mutilation, should the old tradition of male circumcision be criminalized as Male Genital Mutilation?
In March 2011 the [email protected] programme, aimed at building free and open source capacity in Africa, achieved a 75% pass-rate for the Southern Africa leg of its Linux professional certification programme. This follows the 66% pass rate achieved in its East Africa leg which was held in Nairobi, Kenya in November 2010. The success of […]
First Prize £400 Special prizes of £200 for best entries from research, private sector, civil society and farmer organisations How to enter: Entrants are asked to answer three questions: (i) what impact was made and who benefitted, (ii) what the author(s) did to help achieve this impact, and (iii) what lessons this has to increase […]