June 5, 2023 /Environment/ — The Zambia Environmental Management Agency (ZEMA) ordered Mwembeshi Resources Limited to cease all mining and construction activities in Lower Zambezi National Park on May 31, 2023. The order was made after ZEMA found that the company had violated a number of environmental conditions pertaining to the Kangaluwi copper mine.
The Kangaluwi copper mine is a proposed open-pit mine located in Lower Zambezi National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The mine has been controversial since its inception, with environmental groups and local communities raising concerns about the potential impact of the mine on the environment and the local economy. Continue reading →
May 30, 2023 /Politics/ — Catholic Bishop Alick Banda criticized President Hakainde Hichilema’s press briefing on May 19, 2023, for not addressing the issue of corruption in Zambia. The bishop said that the president’s focus on economic development was “a distraction” from the real problems facing the country. He also called on the president to be more transparent and accountable in his dealings with the public.
Banda’s criticism sparked a controversy, with some people supporting the bishop and others criticizing him. Some people argued that Banda was right to criticize the president, while others said that he was being disrespectful. Continue reading →
May 24, 2023 /Lifestyle/ — Zambia is an important country for global evangelism for a number of reasons. First, it is a large country with a population of over 18 million people. Second, Zambia is a relatively poor country, with a GDP per capita of just over $1,500. This means that there are many people in Zambia who are open to the message of the gospel because they are looking for hope and a better life. Third, Zambia has a long history of Christianity. The first missionaries arrived in Zambia in the 1800s, and today, the majority of Zambians are Christian. This means that there is a strong foundation of Christian faith in Zambia, which makes it a fertile ground for evangelism.
In addition to these factors, Zambia is also important for global evangelism because of its strategic location. Zambia is located in the heart of Africa, and it borders a number of other countries, including Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe. This means that Zambia is a gateway to other parts of Africa, and it has the potential to reach a large number of people with the gospel. Continue reading →
ORLANDO, FL — Christ for all Nations (CfaN) has just completed a landmark campaign, making history in mass evangelism. Over the past two weeks, the trailblazing ministry, led by Daniel Kolenda, has conducted 11 mass evangelistic campaigns in 11 different cities and districts across the nation of Zambia. These campaigns lasted 5 nights in each city for a total of 55 nights of massive evangelistic meetings in just a two-week period. During the initiative, which included a “Gospel Invasion” (in which evangelists trained by CfaN, flooded the streets and schools) the ministry recorded over 2.6 million in attendance and 1,040,720 documented conversions.
Crowds in some cities were so large and dense that on occasion barriers had to be removed for safety reasons. The masses were spilling out into busy highways, people were sitting on top of walls, on top of buildings, and even filling the branches of trees in the vicinity of the fields where the open-air meetings were taking place! Some people reported traveling for over thirty hours. Some made the journey by boat. Attendees were sleeping on the meeting grounds overnight because they had traveled from other towns and villages with no place to spend the night. Continue reading →
May 16, 2023 /Lifestyle/ — The Coloured Vine is a novel by Ingrid Nayame that tells the story of Chisala Sampa, a young man born in 1934 to a white Catholic priest and a black Zambian woman. Chisala is raised by his mother in a small village, but he is always aware of his mixed heritage. He is treated differently by the other villagers, and he is often the target of prejudice and discrimination. Continue reading →
The Mbale family is a royal family from Malawi and Eastern Zambia. They are the descendants of Mbale, a Yao chief who ruled over the area in the 18th century. The Mbale family has a long and rich history, and they have played an important role in the development of Malawi and Eastern Zambia. Continue reading →
Here is some information about Chris Clarke, a British philanthropist working in Zambia for a charity:
Chris Clarke is a British philanthropist who has been working in Zambia for over 20 years. He is the founder and CEO of the charity, Arise Zambia, which provides education, healthcare, and other essential services to children and families in need.
Clarke was born in the United Kingdom in 1960. He studied medicine at the University of Cambridge and worked as a doctor in the NHS for several years. In 1992, he decided to leave his job and move to Zambia to work with children in need.
Clarke founded Arise Zambia in 1993. The charity started out small, but it has grown significantly over the years. Today, Arise Zambia provides education, healthcare, and other essential services to over 10,000 children and families in Zambia.
Clarke is a passionate advocate for the rights of children. He believes that every child deserves the opportunity to reach their full potential, regardless of their circumstances. He is committed to providing children in Zambia with the education, healthcare, and other support they need to succeed in life.
Clarke is a tireless worker who is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children in Zambia. He is a true inspiration and a role model for us all.
Here are some of the projects that Chris Clarke and Arise Zambia have worked on:
Building schools and providing scholarships for children
Providing healthcare and nutrition programs
Supporting orphans and vulnerable children
Promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment
Protecting children from abuse and exploitation
Chris Clarke is a true humanitarian who is making a real difference in the lives of children in Zambia. He is an inspiration to us all.
27 April 2023 /Economy/ — The book “China in Africa, the Zambia Story” by Ambassador Anthony Mukwita tells the story of the relationship between China and Zambia. The book begins with a brief history of Zambia, followed by a discussion of China’s economic and political interests in Africa. Mukwita then goes on to describe the various ways in which China has interacted with Zambia, including through trade, investment, and aid. He also discusses the impact of China’s presence in Zambia on the country’s economy, politics, and society.
April 21, 2023 /Conflict and War/ –The discovery of gold in the Sahel has had a significant impact on the region, both positive and negative. On the one hand, it has brought much-needed economic development and opportunity to some of the poorest countries in the world. On the other hand, it has also led to increased conflict and instability. Continue reading →