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Nigeria’s Super Eagles failed to soar , as defending champion, Zambia held them to 1-1.
Nigeria’s Mikel Obi wasted a penalty in the 26th minute, before Emmanuel Emenike scored for Nigeria in the 57th minute and when it looked as if … Continue reading
Ten-man Super Eagles felt the mission was fait accompli, but their neighbours from West Africa Burkina Faso snatched a late equalizer on the dot of 94 minutes to ensure that the second match in Group C ended in a draw.
Earlier on … Continue reading
By Lena Banda
Zambia MMD vice-president Michael Kaingu’s daughter, Iris, was last Thursday convicted by the Lusaka Magistrate Court for creating a sexually obscene video. It is alleged that on dates unknown but between December 1, 2010 and November, 2011 in … Continue reading
Who would have believed we almost didn’t get to host Towani Clarke of Kutowa Designs at iROCK’s Tribes of Africa when she missed her first flight to London from Lusaka; but fortunately for us and our guests at Grange Tower … Continue reading
Name: Mazuba Kapambwe
FAB thing about your name: The Fab thing about my name is the meaning. It’s Tonga, which is my mum’s tribe and language spoken in the Southern province of my country Zambia. ‘Zuba’ means ‘sunshine’ not just in … Continue reading
Let’s face it, most will think this post is inspired by the furore Toke Makinwa’s comment on air about Linda Ikeji not being a role model and Linda’s response on her blog has caused on Twitter and blogosphere today. Yes, … Continue reading
Wish I could say the following images are mine, but sadly they are not. Having a StumbleUpon minute the other day, I had a browse through numerous websites on travel, art, fashion, culture, literature, etc. and one such was Buzzfeed … Continue reading
Would have loved to say “Greetings from Zimbabwe but by now you all know I am back in the wet and gloomy, but oh well, at least I can bring you some sunshine with my Zim diaries.
As we shuttle our … Continue reading
Shot in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia and Ghana, the ‘Flamboya’ photographs stand as paradigmatic for Sassen’s new way of looking at Africa – one devoid of sentimentality and that through poetical metaphors acknowledges the challenges and drawbacks of its complex … Continue reading