WHEN you think of Zambia, likely you even hear the ‘thundering smoke’ of the Victoria fall. But there are other places of interest elsewhere in the country. Ndola city alone has more than seven interesting tourist sights despite ranking nowhere near the most visited places like Hong Kong, London or Rome.
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News of the brutality inflicted on a two-year old baby by a house maid in Uganda last week has cast a gloomy cloud on the services of female domestic workers in Africa.
Sight is one of the precious gifts that the almighty God has bestowed to humans and, of course, other members of the animal kingdom. Sadly, however, many lose it because they lack access to facilities where they can receive help when eye problems start.
During the past 50 years the Zambia International Trade Fair has seen significant transformation in terms of exhibition and gate charges – but mostly to the displeasure of the public. Those who visited the show in the seventies would attest to the diminished amusement that modern-day show goers are treated to.
In whatever pomp, in whatever line of attack or lack thereof, the Heroes National Stadium has finally been opened. Hitherto, we can not completely ignore some ‘disaster’ in the route to its delayed commissioning; talk about delays in connecting electricity, water and access roads.
“No man, not even a doctor, ever gives any other definition of what a nurse should be than this—’devoted and obedient.’ This definition would do just as well for a porter. It might even do for a horse. It would not do for a policeman.
When local traders heard that the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) General Assembly would be co-hosted by Zambia and Zimbabwe, they saw it as an opening to rake in some scarce dollars like never before.
It appears really astounding why heads of state refuse to defend themselves when they are blamed for calamities caused by natural disasters. After tsunamis, hurricanes, floods and the like, you can see guilt written all over their faces as they count the damage. Let us take Zambia for instance.