Written By Henry Joe Sakala Tall. Handsome. Dressed in a black slim-fit suit. Joseph Bibamke, paced around his massive office. On the wall in front of him hung a portrait of the last colonial prime minister to occupy the office. Everyday when Joseph entered the office, the prime minister stared down at him, haunting him,… Continue reading An African Country – Chapter one
We at Myaambo are proud to announce our short listed stories for our 2020 short story themed anthology. We had an overwhelming response from the general public but even though we intend to select 15 stories, we could only select 14 as these where in keeping with our theme. We encourage all those who weren’t… Continue reading MYAAMBO 2020 ANTHOLOGY SHORTLIST
The Myaambo Writers Cooperative, publishers of the top selling anthology, ‘Alone and Other Zambian Short Stories’ is pleased to announce that it is now accepting unpublished fictional short stories between 3000 and 5500 words to be included in its 2020 themed short story anthology. The best 15 short stories will be selected from the submissions… Continue reading Call for Submissions!
#Mpali, another Frank Sibbuku creation hits the screen tonight on #ZambeziMagic at 20:30 hours. It’s a story centred around Nguzu, a tycoon married to six women who are all up in arms fighting to be the only queen of the Nguzu empire. Secrets, jealousy and envy reign supreme in the Nguzu house. Who will win… Continue reading #Mpali – Can One Man Handle Six Wives?
The Zambian film industry is gaining ground and as it grows, many young talented artists are coming up and showcasing some of the best acting skills. Audiences within and beyond Zambia borers are left begging for more. One such artiste is none other than Joel Sakala Junior aka Joe Swax. Swax is well known as… Continue reading Joe Swax – Talented Rapper and Actor
I have many personalities in me so I just get to pick one that matches the role I’m playing. Some people may call this being bipolar but when it comes to my world, it’s very handy with my art and making the role mine.
I used to wonder how he has managed to touch the lives of many people and how quick music pundits started comparing his music to legends. Well the reason for me, is simple. James has remained true to the authentic Zambian sound and the inclusion of that infectious and powerful guitar in his music seals the deal.