Blog Posts - Zambia

Zambia, 2016, Part Six

Today we are in Livingstone, Zambia, on a Sunday morning and looking foreword to church services at the First Church of the Nazarene, Livingstone, St. Peters congregation. We are off to a rousing Sunday morning starting with a welcome and a bible stu...
by Doing God's Work on Dec 15, 2016

How to survive exams

Wondering how you will survive your exams? Check out these simple suggestions aimed at taking the stress out of the exam period. 1. Prepare  Preparing for your exams in advance can greatly reduce the stress associated with exams. Your pre-exam prep...
by News24Media on Aug 5, 2016

Zambian authorities use tax law to silence opposition newspaper

If a man is accused of a crime, do you hang him and wait for the judicial system to sort out whether he did it? The question seems farcical, but that’s the situation facing Zambia’s daily paper, The Post.
by TaxWorldWeb on Aug 4, 2016

How to ask for a pay rise

Struggling to ask for a pay rise? In this exclusive article from Go Zambia Jobs we outline 5 tips to help you when approaching the issue of asking for a pay rise. 1. Research and prepare There is little point preparing your case for a pay rise if you...
by News24Media on Jul 27, 2016

Zambia Canceled Kofi Olomide’s Show

offi Olomide’s woes seem to be getting deeper! Zambia has followed in the footsteps of Kenya to take action against the violent Congolese singer! Last Friday, Koffi Olomide dominated headlines after he was seen in a viral video unleashing kicks on...
by Oh Zina on Jul 25, 2016

Zambia, 2016, Part Three

Each morning after breakfast a team member was  asked to present a devotional. This was a great opportunity to offer thanks to the Lord and share some of the things that led us to be on the team. After devotions we were given instructions for the da...
by Doing God's Work on Jul 19, 2016

La noche de la sabana africana como nunca la habías visto

El fotógrafo de vida salvaje Will Burrard-Lucas realizó una serie de imágenes nocturnas en el Parque Nacional de la Planicie de Liuwa, en Zambia que son realmente impresionantes. Utilizó una cámara robótica controlada a distancia armada con u...
by Blog Image Web Solution on Jul 10, 2016

Zambia shuts down newspaper in tax dispute

Zambia’s tax authorities have shut down a newspaper critical of the government, accusing it of failing to pay taxes, its managing editor said on Wednesday.
by TaxWorldWeb on Jun 22, 2016

Zambia: Corn Production defies El Nino by Record Growth

Zambia expects corn production to increase this year as rains improved, pushing stocks into a surplus and reversing an earlier warning that it may need to import the food staple amid an El... This is a content summary only. Visit f...

Photos: Mad Woman Gives Birth in the Market in Broad Daylight

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Zambia, 2016, Part Two

We are up in the morning ready to go to work. We are working on the Africa South East Field Conference and Training Center near Lusaka Zambia. After a great meal put together by two of our team members we are off and working. Some of the rooms do not...
by Doing God's Work on May 27, 2016

Zambia: Designer Goods donated by the UK

A haul of fake designer clothing and bedding worth thousands of pounds seized by Gwynedd trading standards officers has been donated to deprived communities in Zambia. The donation includes fake... This is a content summary only. Visit www.cp-africa...

Victoria Falls

The Victoria Falls is located between the countries of Zambia and Zimbabwe in the southern regions of Africa. The fall which was locally named mosi-oa –tunya, translated as the smoke thunder, by... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...
by Travel on May 23, 2016

Zambia’s chamber of mines defends new price-based mineral tax

Zambia’s new price-based mineral royalty tax will enhance the collection of government revenue rather than compromise it, the Chamber of Mines said on Tuesday, defending the new levy after recent criticism.
by TaxWorldWeb on May 18, 2016

Former students call for inquiry into assault claims, Zambia police arrest four suspects for ritual murders that sparked riots

Two former students of the Fessenden School in Newton on Monday demanded a federal inquiry into alleged sexual assaults by staffers there in the 1960s and 1970s, saying they believe the suspected abuse extends far beyond the 17 individuals the school...
by Extreme Abuse Survey on May 10, 2016

Do you have transferable skills?

In this article we we explain exactly what transferable skills are how they could be vital when searching for a job. We also provide a list of transferable skills that you may have developed at school, university or in the work place that you can u...
by News24Media on May 1, 2016

Zambia: Shocking As Man Dies On Top Of Woman After Taking Overdose Of “Burantashi”

Police in Mpongwe area of Zambia have discharged... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit site or click title above]]...
by Jobs & Scholarships in Nigeria on Apr 29, 2016

Intolerance rears its ugly head in Zambia

(LUSAKA) Hundreds of people hurled stones at police and looted dozens of foreign-owned shops in different townships in Lusaka on Tuesday, police said, the second day of violence prompted by rumours of immigrants carrying out ritual murders.At le...
by Eye On The World on Apr 20, 2016

Zambia, 2016, Part One

Some of you may have thought I got lost on one of my trips and never returned. Not the case though, as you can see! In 2016 my wife and I went on a Work and Witness trip with the Chicago Heights Church of the Nazarene. If you follow my blog you will...
by Doing God's Work on Apr 19, 2016

Tour- sales techniques used by Spanish operators

An internal guide used by tour operators in the Spanish resort of Magaluf, published by the newspaper El Mundo reveals scandalous practices they use to lure tourists to buy tours or consume more alcohol. Spanish newspaper “El Mundo” publi...
by We care about your travel on Apr 13, 2016

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