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Zambia Quarterly Update

Summary: The past quarter has seen a notable deterioration in Zambia’s growth prospects. The announcement of budgetary aid suspension in the context of the ongoing stalemate regarding IMF support resulted in a confidence crisis, which was then followed by an unconvincing fiscal budget statement. We have now revised growth for 2018 markedly lower from 4.1% […]

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Cactus Agony

Cactus Agony

Cactus’s musical aspirations began in south London, England where he was schooled in writing and toasting by his close friend Mr.Lopez and a South London Hip Hop outfit called the Nappy Clinch Clan. Living in and around London’s African and Jamaican Community gave Cactus, as he says, a better understanding of he was and what […]

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Refugees live in fear of Lightning at Mwange Refugee Camp

Refugees at Mwange Refugee Camp are living in fear of lightning which is a visible electric discharge produced by thunderstorms.Meanwhile, 20 of the 25 Surge Protectors which were put in the camp to protect the refugees from lightening have since collapsed due to termites eating away the unprotected wooden poles used to holding the protectors.Surge […]

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2008 Zambian Weblog Awards

Every year bloggers across the world are honoured for their contributions through awards such as the Bloggies. In the last year, the Zambian population of weblogs has grown exponentially. As a result, we felt it was time to recognise and reward these publishers for having entertained and informed us over the last year. This is a […]

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Adventuring in Southern Africa

Adventuring in Southern Africa: The Great Safaris and Wildlife Parks of Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia, South Africa, Malawi, Lesotho, and Swaziland

Southern Africa – long famous for the oldest and best-managed game parks on the continent is becoming increasingly popular as an adventure travel destination. In the 1990s the number of visitors to the region nearly doubled, to more than 6.5 million tourists per year, as adventure travelers abandoned traditional safari sites in Kenya and Tanzania […]

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