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I’m a freshman in University, should I date so soon?

I’m a freshman in University, should I date so soon?

By Jefferson Kapasa University days will probably be among the best days of your life, the experience of the first lecture as a freshman is tattooed on your memory. If you are a guy you will probably keep a catalogue of the prettiest girls you see in your first week of campus, of course not […]

Drops of water

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Drops of water

Recently, when I was going to bed after using my bathroom, I started hearing sound of drops of water from the tap in slow successions, but since it was dropping into an empty bucket, I decided to let it be. But, alas! When I woke up the next morning, around 5 a.m., the bucket was […]

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How Not To Let the Internet Ruin Your Relationship

For this article, we chose an unusual form: a question- an answer. This choice has logic: it will be easier for you, our favorite readers, to perceive information. Among the questions that we publish, you will meet those you wanted to ask yourself. And if earlier you could ask advice from the void and get […]

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Police say City Market fire was sabotage, arrest 11

…Its not an accident but sabortage- Police 15th July, 2017 ZAMBIA Police has apprehended eleven suspected arsonists in connection to the City Market inferno that gutted over one third of the market. Updating the nation on the on going investigation that has left thousands of traders in despair, police Inspector General Kakoma Kangaja said joint […]

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Signs that you are in an emotional abusive Relationship

We often hear the stories about physical violence in relationship. Of course physical violence is awful, but there are things that most people keep silent about. It’s emotional violence in relationship. The problem lies way deeper that you may think. Most of us not only keep silent about being emotionally abused, but try not to […]

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Lost love is not wasted love

By Susan Jere ‪I used to think lost love was a waste. After a breakup I would think about the time I had lost, or the time I could have spent on something else. I would think about all the weeks and months that I had spent with this person, building trust and forming a […]

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Pretty Girl Syndrome

By Mwanangwa Zombe I always thought being pretty must make life easy! Possibly free drinks, free meals, free airtime, lots of attention and if you play your cards right, you get jobs handed to you. Well boy wasn’t I wrong 😱. Sometimes being physically attractive takes away from your personality because people only become interested […]

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Be grateful

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Be grateful

By Susan Jere The same qualifications you have, e.g: certificate, diploma, degree, masters, PhD, that gave you the job you have are the same qualifications that someone has, but does not have job. Be grateful. The same pastor who officiated at your marriage and blessed and today you even have children, is the same pastor […]

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Mothers Must never die

By George Chellah scene is engraved in my mind, like it occurred yesterday. It was early 2000. I was 19 years old and I had just left my parents home in Kitwe. I travelled to Lusaka in pursuit of a lifelong dream. Plans where to acquire a qualification as a precursor to a steady career. […]

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Life, what a journey

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Life, what a journey

….My wife was ungrateful I met Thandiwe Zulu in 2005 during a United Church Of Zambia church conference at St Paul’s church in Kabwata. She was one of the participants from Chipata. A church friend introduced me to her and that’s how we became friends and later we got married in 2006 after I paid […]

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