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Zambia has many talented musicians with a lot of potential to make it big in the music industry. Batto stands out as one to go beyond the skies with his unique sound. With a few singles to his credit and a music video that has made some rounds on local TV and social media, Batto… Continue reading Batto: A Rising Super Star
When the movie Silent was done, cellphones where not very common. The telephone scene was a favourite for the audiences that came out to support the film. The movie looked at Gender Based Violence from a different point of view. It was shown at Lusaka Playhouse and Plaza One.
One day, I decided to steal some oranges from an orchard that was located near our home. From the blues, like bird poop, a security guard appeared from and started chasing me. I ran away, passing through backyard gardens and stepping on vegetables. I ran to a house where I came face to face with… Continue reading Why Chansa Chansa Stopped Stealing (He narrated this story to me)
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
I wish I played Black Panther. I wouldn’t have to worry about learning the African accent. Wait a minute, there’s no one African accent! Africans speak English in different accents. Zimbabweans have their own accent, West Africans have their own accent, East Africans have their own accent. But still I’d want to play T’chala. You… Continue reading The next Black Panther