Early stages of human development in Zambia are well documented, and some of the artifacts have been preserved. The earliest forms of man-made articles were stone tools. These included hand axes and cleavers, and later, wooden tools like digging sticks and clubs.
This study presents an analysis of the contribution of four painters to the development of contemporary Zambian painting, from 1950 to 1997.
The hardships of a mother to keep her children alive, to give them the best and create a better life for them, are hardly recognised or applauded. This is worse in poor societies where women labour and break their backs to ensure that their children are fed and are able to get an education.
Here are the top 10 Zambian culture food you should taste when ever you visit Zambia. Zambian traditional food are unique in that it is mainly served with vegetables and soup with maize floor. One of the major staple food eaten in Zambia is Nshima, made from maize floor. Most restaurants in Lusaka sells zambian dishes and are quite affordable.
Let's go to the beautiful country of Zambia and let's visit the Kabwata Visual Arts and Cultural Association centre located in the centre of the capital city Lusaka. The centre was established in 1974 and currently has 120 subscribed members and artists. It's a popular Lusaka attraction where visitors can find traditional Zambian artefacts to take home as souvenirs and gifts.
A documentary about the Nc’wala Ceremony. It is celebrated by the Ngoni people who are found in the Eastern Province of Zambia in the Chipata District, and other ngoni from different countries including Malawi attend. The Nc’wala is a thanksgiving ceremony held every year at Mtenguleni village. This ceremony gives thanks for the first harvests of the season.
Climate change induced droughts, flash flooding, inconsistent rainfall, and soil erosion have a negative impact on Zambia’s environment as well as the livelihoods of many of Zambia’s citizens. Communities in rural areas specifically experience drastic changes to their everyday lives due to the reliance on agricultural production for food and income.
In the last fifty years, Zambia has engaged in numerous efforts to develop a new constitution. Prior constitutions include the 1964 Independence Constitution, the 1973 Constitution and the 1991 Constitution. In addition, there has been significant constitutional amendments, including those of 1969 and 1996.
Heavy metal pollution is one of the most important problems in Zambia and causes serious effects to humans and animals. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the spatial distribution of heavy metals in main areas of Zambia and understand the characteristics of the pollution in each area.