Tag Archives: Kitwe

15Jun/21

CHISENGA – Energy (Official Music Video) ft. Kuda Mic and Qzee

Directed by Eli for Flashlight Photography and CHISENGA for Diamond Chain Media Production
Assistant: Nathan Davey

Official video for “Energy” by Chisenga​ Listen to Chisenga: https://songwhip.com/chisenga​

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CHISENGA is a Grammy-recognised, Hip-Hop artist born in Zambia and now based in Perth, Australia.

11Jun/21

Bwalya Sophia Chibesakunda- CSR PROJECT

BOMBSHELL REACH PROJECT 2021 – This short film documentary explains Bombshell’s motivation and desire to help some of our vulnerable members in our community with full school scholarships and is dedicated to her late Grandmother Bwalya Sophy Chibesakunda. This year Bombshell has been helping the Youth at Chimwemwe Secondary School in Chimwemwe, Kitwe. Continue reading

17Feb/17

UK and Zambian teachers forge professional partnerships

EIN News (press release)- Speaking at the Professional Partnership Conference for teachers under the connecting classrooms project in Lusaka today, British High Commissioner to Zambia, Fergus Cochrane-Dyet, said: Access to the right kind of education is very important in ensuring our children are able to thrive in today’s globalised world. Continue reading

09Sep/16

Prostitution ‘easiest way out’ for Zambia’s drought-stricken farmers

LUSAKA, Sept 7 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Repeated failed crops caused by worsening drought have forced Christine Mwenda, a small-scale farmer in Zambia’s central Mumbwa region, to do what was previously unthinkable.
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