why no zambian vegetables?

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Re: why no zambian vegetables?

Postby MUUUKA » 25th December 2013, 17:29

Is there any policy on franchise in Zambia? If there is any policy where would I access it from? Say so because there is no data on the contribution of franchise towards the GDP.
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Re: why no zambian vegetables?

Postby Slumdog shalapungu » 26th December 2013, 13:31

Mwana do you not know

Zambians are not proud of anything Zambian and will always worship anything from outside the lines of this imaginary borders drawn up by the BSA. If you go into one of these tuma boer supermarkets all you will find is vegetables inferior to our own bondwe , kalembula , ifisashi and lumanda. The boer vegetables are sansad with all matter of chemicals and pesticides which collect in the mabonzo but if you look at the zam vegetables they grow naturally with no external help. Its wild because these same vegetables zambians shun for boer veggies are so well sort after and cost an arm and a leg. I once found an organic shop that was selling vitunguza in europe and they
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Re: why no zambian vegetables?

Postby Guest » 26th December 2013, 17:39

Slumdog shalapungu wrote :
> Mwana do you not know
>
> Zambians are not proud of anything Zambian and will always worship anything
> from outside.

Like you mon.key worshiping muzungus and begging for jobs from them and trying by all means to keep them! Ahhh, we get it.
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Re: why no zambian vegetables?

Postby Accurate » 27th December 2013, 06:33

[quote="Slumdog shalapungu"]Mwana do you not know
Zambians are not proud of anything Zambian and will always worship anything from outside the lines of this imaginary borders drawn up by the BSA. [/quote]


On this point I agree with this ka monkéy boy Slumdog 100%. Generally speaking, Zambians have a severe inferiority complex. Unlike the white boys say, Danish, Swedes, Germans, English, etc...etc..., who are over-loaded with a sense of self confidence.
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On zambian vegetables

Postby paul » 6th October 2015, 16:20

Hi
I am doing a research on agrobiodiversity managed amongst small scale farmers (in Rufunsa district)
To me the veggies at the marketplace of a little Zambian village (like Mpanshya where I did my field work) are fantastic, and a million times better than the S. African woolworths vegetables that look perfect, and are a bit scary ...

with regards to cucumber: are Vitunguza and Chakaka different varieties or different ways to name the same variety of cucumber?

I have the same question for sorghum
Are Chisumbu and Kambyombyo different varieties or different ways to name the same variety of sorghum?

Grateful for any help.

Thanks!
Paul



Slumdog shalapungu wrote :
> Mwana do you not know
>
> Zambians are not proud of anything Zambian and will always worship anything
> from outside the lines of this imaginary borders drawn up by the BSA. If
> you go into one of these tuma boer supermarkets all you will find is
> vegetables inferior to our own bondwe , kalembula , ifisashi and lumanda.
> The boer vegetables are sansad with all matter of chemicals and pesticides
> which collect in the mabonzo but if you look at the zam vegetables they
> grow naturally with no external help. Its wild because these same
> vegetables zambians shun for boer veggies are so well sort after and cost
> an arm and a leg. I once found an organic shop that was selling vitunguza
> in europe and they
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Re: why no zambian vegetables?

Postby Still trying to grow bondwe north of the 50°N latitude » 6th October 2015, 18:10

mońkey boy slum is an expert at pointing out what's wrong with Africans vs what's right with muzungu. He has spent the last decade washing muzungu's dishes so he knows what he's talking about. That's for sure.
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