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AUG

Diaspora Insurance - Ruth Masanyinga Interview - ZASA Magazine

Living in a foreign land, the reality of losing someone one day and having to send them back home for burial - or you for that matter - is one that cannot be ignored. We are happy to announce a partnership that will help ease this burden at an extremely affordable monthly premium.

So who is Diaspora Insurance and what do they stand for? Why should you choose them and how does it all work? I asked Ruth Masanyinga these questions and more. I also did an assessment during the interview as an example and my premium came to a total of R218 per month covering me, my wife, my son and my father back home all on a R15000 Cash Plan for each person.
25
AUG

Alangizi Josephine Mwalweni (Bana Atu) Interview - ZASA Magazine

August is women’s month… with August 9th being women’s day. Last year we brought you young and upcoming ladies. This year we are going old school… and talking to Alangizi. Alangizi or Bana Chimbusa or Pungu or whatever you call them in your language are those people who traditionally teach young men and women when they come of age, or when they are entering into marriages.

*Disclaimer: there are a lot of Zambian words used with meanings provided for them. However, as with any language, the meaning might not be 100% reflective of what the actual word means so please bear with us when reading ;-)
25
AUG

Alangizi Rita Zulu Interview - ZASA Magazine

August is women’s month… with August 9th being women’s day. Last year we brought you young and upcoming ladies. This year we are going old school… and talking to Alangizi. Alangizi or Bana Chimbusa or Pungu or whatever you call them in your language are those people who traditionally teach young men and women when they come of age, or when they are entering into marriages.

*Disclaimer: there are a lot of Zambian words used with meanings provided for them. However, as with any language, the meaning might not be 100% reflective of what the actual word means so please bear with us when reading ;-)
25
AUG

Alangizi Francine Chirambo Interview - ZASA Magazine

August is women’s month… with August 9th being women’s day. Last year we brought you young and upcoming ladies. This year we are going old school… and talking to Alangizi. Alangizi or Bana Chimbusa or Pungu or whatever you call them in your language are those people who traditionally teach young men and women when they come of age, or when they are entering into marriages.

*Disclaimer: there are a lot of Zambian words used with meanings provided for them. However, as with any language, the meaning might not be 100% reflective of what the actual word means so please bear with us when reading ;-)
24
JUL

Alina Karimamusama Interview - ZASA Magazine

Founder of Yoni Zambia (a group of companies including Yoni Spa) and WEEP (Women’s Economic Empowerment Program).

Our woman crush July is Alina Lee Ntombirayi Khumbirayi Mwiya Musonda Nakamba Karimamusama… Yes, that is one person’s name {and I thought I had many names!! Everybody in her family basically clearly wanted to name her!!}

Her grandfather was Shona and she was later told a story that there is an African belief that when a child has so many names, the ancestors believe that there will be some greatness attached to that child, and so, therefore, everyone wants to get their names attached to that child. The ancestors were clearly right in this case. At 22, Alina has achievements under her belt and wisdom most three times her age would be blessed to have {I certainly would!!}.
30
JUN

Tobie Nyathi Interview - ZASA Magazine

Rugby. Zambia. When you think of Zambia in relation to sport, the first thing that comes to mind is soccer. As a sport, the attention rugby gets isvery minimal – this, of course, could be my own ignorance talking, but it's a perception borne by many judging from the numerous encounters with other Zambians home and abroad since childhood.

Why is that? Where is Zambia currently and what will it take to bring it to the forefront in national sport? We chat with a man who has been at the centre of Zambian rugby his whole life, from playing on the fields of Chifubu at age 15 to leading the national team as coach - here is Mr Tobie Nyathi’s story.
06
APR

Ingrid Nayame Interview - ZASA Magazine

I thoroughly enjoy all my interviews, I can literally say that’s because I have a mini crush on each of my interviewees… and this very accomplished author is no exception. I got to know this lady through a mutual friend of ours, this friend is now an accomplished writer as well living in Australia but that’s a story for another article... This one is all about Ingrid :-)
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NOV
2019

Chibwe Sisters Interview - ZASA Magazine

Who are Pamela (Pam) Mutinta and Stephanie (Steph) Misozi Chibwe?

Owners of Beauty Garden Salon Lounge, Le Closet Boutique, 2019 judge of Miss Universe Zambia (Pam), friends by default and hilarious. What a super fun interview!
28
OCT
2019

PR Girl Media Interview - ZASA Magazine

The PR Girl Media story is one many of us know [and if you don’t, that’s a special rock you’ve been under :-)].

Inspiring and insightful, the beauty and braun that are PR Girl Media, Chishimba ‘Chichi’ and Monde Nyambe, talk about this very special company close to their hearts, their journey to where they are now, and the legacy they are working hard to leave behind through their passion for their work.
01
OCT
2019

Chilu Lemba Interview - ZASA Magazine

Chilu Lemba - voice-over artist, musician, public speaker, podcaster for Key Africans Unlocked, Radio Summit founder... Could a list go on even more for one human being?! And where does he find the time to sleep?!

This was one of those interviews I thoroughly enjoyed. Inspiring and so much fun and laughs!

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