“If I hadn’t chosen music as a career then I’d probably be a full-time farmer,” James Sakala tells me. James was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and moved to a farm in Mkushi in Zambia at three years old
Gin culture has surged across the world in recent years, with South Africa being no exception. The country is enjoying a craft gin revolution.
I’m a city boy by nature. I breathe the fumes with ease and ask for Wi-Fi passwords wherever I catch a signal.
Here’s something to think about; in the jungle, the mighty jungle lions do not sleep at night. Lions are nocturnal and often spend their nights hunting.
“Zambians love fish,” laughs Tembwe Mutungu. The Chief Financial Officer of Yalelo Zambia sounds like a man who can’t quite believe the opportunity he and his business partners are sitting on in this part of the world.
Following the trail of democracy along the Inanda Heritage Route Some 25 kilometres north of Durban’s city centre lies the township of Inanda, a sprawling semi-rural area located in a beautiful green valley of the same name. Meaning ‘a pleasant place’ in Zulu, it was here that the liberated Nelson Mandela cast his first democratic … Continue reading WOZA eNANDA
The sweet side of Zambia Savanna Chocolate is Zambia’s first premium chocolate brand, founded by sisters Lynn Musonda Phiri and Chiinga Musonda. Their passion and love for chocolate began when they were young children. Back then chocolate was scarce in Zambia and they always looked forward to their dad bringing them some when he returned … Continue reading SAVANNA PREMIUM CHOCOLATE
I have always dreamt of finding that ultimate formula to a happy and healthy life. However, I hadn’t factored in the importance of a well-functioning digestive system. I have gone through years of experiencing discomfort without really understanding its source. So, naturally I tried a million diets, exercises, lifestyle changes and therapies. Yes, a million … Continue reading THE PURSUIT OF WELLNESS
A stellar experience every time Lake Malawi truly is an assault on the senses. From hearing the cry of the African fish eagle calling you in, the fresh Mwera wind against your skin, the taste of mango lingering on your lips and the sight of miles and miles of water meeting with the sky. Famously, … Continue reading LAKE MALAWI
Nothing is as exhilarating as the pleasure of exploring a city like Harare, the animated chatter on busy streets, the music, the tantalising aromas from the restaurants and the lively nightlife. However, the surplus of sounds and scenes tend to leave one feeling drained and craving a quiet spot far from the madding crowd. Luckily, … Continue reading DOMBOSHAVA HILL AND CAVE MONUMENT