Happy Easter Month!
As we brace for the upcoming assault of holidays, please remember to stay safe my people 🙂
If you were affected by the display issues we experienced with the website over the last 2 weeks, please accept our apologies and note that everything is now up and running normally again – there are a few technical adjustments we needed to make which are now complete. Don’t forget to take full advantage of the new Financial Market News section that includes a Crypto Desk. It also has live feeds that update daily with finance news making headlines across the world wide web. We plan to do the same for the News section so please let us know what you would like to see included.
Issue 30 (March Edition) is here!
We’re still around the Nsefu region as we profile a luxurious, elegant and stylish camp overlooking a sweeping bend in the Luangwa River – a drive east would not be a bad idea. Is the Chovwano Girls Sanitary Pads Project just a bleeding shame? Or can we pool resources and do something about it… You tell us. ZASA Vice President Abel Lungu explains the recently launched Immigration initiative with Legalbite. Victoria interviews a young intellect, an ambitious and highly driven young lady – Tehillah Chimfwembe is an up and coming media personality. We profile Tasila Mwale, a Zambian singer/songwriter and Zambian Music Award winner for Best Traditional Music Album. Steven goes straight for the kill and tackles what many fear to talk about – this month he sheds light on the politics that surround breastfeeding and the industry it threatens.
There’s much, much more so pour something nice to sip on, sit back and enjoy the mag 🙂
Download links (free) – You now have the option to download the Magazine in HD (bigger but super crystal clear kinda nice) or Low Res (smaller but still part of the cool crowd nice).
Low Res Version – ZASA Magazine - Issue 30 - March 2018 (LRes)
HD Version – ZASA Magazine - Issue 30 - March 2018 (HD)