Born and raised in Zambia south- central Africa, Kasambwe Mpulamasaka now resides in Texas. His intriguing experiences as an immigrant have allowed him to literally, find the humor on a daily basis in virtually every experience. Starting in Colorado at open mics, Kasambwe worked his way up to colleges and comedy clubs performing with national headliners […]
Warning: Illegal string offset 'singular_portfolio_taxonomy' in /nfs/c05/h03/mnt/26092/domains/thezambian.com/html/wp-content/themes/canvas/includes/theme-functions.php on line 819
Entertainment in Zambia
From Nshima, a blog by Melvin Durai, comes a new post titled Sixty Years and Counting for the Queen.
From Nshima, a blog by Melvin Durai, comes a new post titled The Jolly Old Man Who Helps Me Get Through Christmas.
If you’re like most people, you didn’t watch enough of the Beijing Olympics, partly because there were just too many events happening at the same time and partly because, having a full-time job, you had to spend a little time every morning coughing into the phone. Considering everything that happened at the Olympics, I probably […]
In case you missed the news, in case you were sleeping under a rock or just got released from Guantanamo, India won its first-ever individual gold medal at the Beijing Olympics, causing 1.1 billion people to jump up and down with joy, touching off a minor earthquake in California and a major interruption in tech […]
Because I’m Indian, many people assume I’m good at spelling. After all, six of the last 10 winners of the National Spelling Bee are of Indian descent and three of them are now making millions on the PSA (Professional Spelling Association) tour. Unfortunately, I’m a terrible speller. It’s a good thing I can do a […]