By Merab Kambamu Kiremire It is one thing to suffer and die from AIDS, the disease that is causes by the diminishing and eventually total elimination of the human body’s defense system by the HI virus, but it is another to witness one’s close family members ravished by this ungraceful horror disease and perish to […]
Former South African president Nelson Mandela was the first person to touch the solid gold cup Holidaymakers who have booked flights to the South African destinations of Cape Town and Johannesburg could soon catch a glimpse of the iconic Fifa World Cup ahead of June’s tournament. While those travelling to this year’s host nation in […]
Helen Grant is the first black woman to represent the Conservatives Last week’s UK General Election not only produced the first hung parliament since 1974, but marked a radical change in black presentation in British politics.
By John Portch Didier Drogba THE FA Cup final is no stranger to African influence but an unprecedented 10 African stars could take to the Wembley pitch in Saturday’s showpiece. From Johannesburg to the shores of the Mediterranean, the African contingents at Chelsea and Portsmouth will be looking to […]
By Dr. Kaela Mulenga Of late, a lot has been written in the local and international media regarding the Sino-Zambia connection. […see Note 1]. Indeed, there are some people including myself who worry that the Chinese boom in Zambia is not only roses, but may come to haunt us later.