Grab something really nice and tasty to sip on, find a comfortable spot and sit back, we’re back to keep you company with yet another packed edition.
You’ve heard all the talk surrounding Dr Kenneth Kaunda’s upcoming movie. Time to get the full story first hand. The Struggle Filmmaker, Frank Kasonde shares the inspiration behind the upcoming documentary and movie, clarifies misconceptions and headline actor involvement.
The interview is available as a Podcast on all podcast apps and on the Podcasts & Videos page to listen on the go, PLUS the video for this interview is also now available on YouTube!
Download ZASA Magazine April 2021 (Issue 60) here
Download links (free) – You 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).
‘A haven of serenity’ – we profile Thorntree River Lodge, an eco-conscious contemporary camp on the shores of the Zambezi River just 20 minutes upstream from the Great Victoria Falls Waterfall.
The Department of Home Affairs has yet again extended the grace period for holders of visas that expired during lockdown, all you need to know including dates inside.
Xobbe discusses the future of work and business following the disruption caused by ‘pandemics’ and lockdowns. She chats to Kingford Kalobi, an ACCA Zambia Award winning Chartered Accountant and brings you some useful resources to future-proof your career path or business. Then Chomba profiles some Zambian brands and businesses you can support from today!
There’s so so much to chew on so with that cold one in hand, enjoy the mag!
We sit down with Zambian musician James Sakala who describes his calling and talks to us about a journey of self-discovery that took him from making music just to fit in, to reviving a genre that most considered ‘old music’… Get to know the modern-day Kalindula artist.
The interview is also available as a video on YouTube!
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