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Issue 25 | October 2017 (free download)

We turn 2!

It’s been a very interesting journey but I’m going to spare you the long speech and just skim over the details. We are now present in 109 countries and keep reaching more Zambians across all continents. This for us is a massive achievement and tells us we are giving you what you want. We want to THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts and ask you to keep supporting what we do… Much love to you all 🙂

Beatrice Ameyin… Happy birth-month to you!

In the spirit of celebrating birthdays, we asked for people to send in their pictures and it seems some of you are shy so we will shine the light on the one who wasn’t – Beatrice Ameyin… Happy birth-month, you share this month with Zambia and the Magazine so here’s a shoutout to you!

Issue 25 is here!

Packed is the word. The team has really outdone themselves this time with content. We stumbled upon a dream safari destination just 40km out of Lusaka. The Chovwano Girl’s Project needs your help with getting sanitary pads to disadvantaged girls in Zambia. We bring you interviews with Gesh Groove (International DJ, MC and Flava FM owner), Mwangala Ikacana (current Miss Zambia) and Rob Simbowe (professional EFC fighter). Victoria speaks to Roy Jethro Phiri, a Recreational Recycling Artist and Steven explains why it’s important to take your medication the right way. We also talk expatriate cover and more so grab something nice to sip on and enjoy 🙂

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ZASA Magazine - Issue 25 - October 2017

 

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