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Zambia's 82 percent mobile penetration and the limited time to hit the ground and campaign have combined to make social a media a big hit in this election. All eleven candidates have Facebook or twitter accounts and are using these to speak to the electorate more than in any previous election
HIV testing is now compulsory in Zambia. President Edgar Lungu made the announcement at the inaugural HIV Testing, Counselling and Treatment Day on Tuesday. Following that move, social media users have been giving their opinions on the same; Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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In neighboring Zambia, the government is working on legislation to force mining companies to repatriate foreign currency earned from exports back to the country, as part of efforts to crack down on tax avoidance.Deputy Finance Minister Miles Sampa is quoted in sections of Zambian media as saying that the law will apply to all exports valued at over 10,000 dollars, and it will be released in the next few days.
Overview of the Ishiwi project designed to engage young people in governance issues through music, radio shows,social media and community events. Young people lack access to youth-friendly information about politics, information about their rights and responsibilities, and opportunities to interact with those in power. That’s where Ishiwi (My Voice) comes in, using media to prove that young people can effectively participate and bring about change and development in their society, given the correct knowledge, skills and guidance. Supported by training and mentoring from BBC Media Action, a weekly, interactive magazine radio show is broadcast live by a young production team and features young contributors and well-known personalities. Topics discussed have included Zambia’s Bill of Rights, ...
Part 1: Historian Dr Miles Larmer presents a paper, 50 Years On, Is Zambia's History Forgotten, Suppressed or Untold? While Zambian historian Dr Kalusa responds to it at a lecture held at Pamodzi Hotel on the 1st of October 2014, ahead of Zambia's Golden Jubilee celebration of Independence. The lecture was sponsored by MyZambianBooks, Radio Phoenix and Media 365 (as part of its 64WD project), while Loyola Productions shot the event (edited by Media 365)
The media in zambia. Subscribe: https://goo.gl/eeXniN The Media In Zambia Chief Chitimukulu By Henry Kanyanta Sosala The first problem is to define the role of the media in our democratic society which poses an inevitable dilemma especially during general elections in Zambia. Bias is difficult to define and harder to measure, but in general the popular concern is that editors and reporters allow their personal political beliefs to influence the stories that they choose to run and to colour the way in which they report them and the extent to which a... Subscribe: https://goo.gl/eeXniN
Changa Changa Community School is a community based school in Mazabuka, Zambia. It was established in 2000, by the Congregation of Christian Brothers and the local community. The core purpose in establishing the school was to provide less privileged children with access to quality education. Changa Changa has grown considerably since then and continues to grow. The school is now ranked 4th out of the top 20 schools in the district and is the only community school to rank at all (other schools on the top 20 are all private). The school provides the following essential services: • 570 children in attendance aged 4 to 15 years old. Currently grades one to seven, with hopes to expand up to grade nine. • Pre-school for children from 4 - 6 years old. • Adult Literacy classes for local men an...
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B-Flow - Zambian rapper performs at a roadshow as part of the Ishiwi (My Voice) project in Zambia. Hosted by KNC Radio. Young people lack access to youth-friendly information about politics, information about their rights and responsibilities, and opportunities to interact with those in power. That’s where Ishiwi (My Voice) comes in, using media to prove that young people can effectively participate and bring about change and development in their society, given the correct knowledge, skills and guidance. Supported by training and mentoring from BBC Media Action, a weekly, interactive magazine radio show is broadcast live by a young production team and features young contributors and well-known personalities. Topics discussed have included Zambia’s Bill of Rights, voter registration and...
Each summer, sport and media students from the University are selected and trained to deliver a wide range of sports and activities to young Zambians in the capital city Lusaka. It offers students the opportunity to add value to their University education, enhance their global awareness, develop their leadership skills and improve their teaching abilities or media know-how.
At the Launch of the Southern Africa Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Media Network held in Pretoria, South Africa, one of the major success stories shared came from Zambia! Over the past year, UNICEF Zambia partnered with the Zambia Institute of Mass Communication (ZAMCOM) to create a dynamic network of journalists from all the nation's major radio stations and TV channels. The result? An impactful and collaborative effort within the media that not only highlights Zambia's sanitation and hygiene needs and recognizes the significant work being done by sanitation champions, but also advocates for collective action from all towards achieving an Open Defecation Free Zambia by 2020. Featuring: Nicolas Osbert, Chief of WASH, UNICEF Zambia Produced by: Rina Mukumba Edited by: Stephen Chis...