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Reasons the Pan African Ideology Failed

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono The Pan African Ideology started in the United States of America and was heavily promoted by individuals such as Marcus Garvey. The idea started in the 18th Century. The movement had a philosophy of driving Black Liberation against White Domination and Exploration The Pan African Movement grew as Africa sought anContinue reading “Reasons the Pan African Ideology Failed”

TANZANIA: Why Zambia needs to secure more Bilateral Ties with her.

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono The recent visit to Zambia by the Rwandese President Paul Kagame has seen the Air Rwanda Airline increase its weekly flights to Lusaka to three times a week. Additionally, Zambia secured Battery Electric Vehicle Value Chain with the Democratic Republic of Congo following the recent visit too by the Congolese PresidentContinue reading “TANZANIA: Why Zambia needs to secure more Bilateral Ties with her.”


Kenneth David Buchizya Kaunda was to turn 98 years today April, 28. But for the cruel hand of death. Kenneth David Buchizya Kaunda fondly remembered as KK was Zambia’s Founding PresidentIn 1968 three years after gaining Independence, Zambia stayed a night without a President when Kenneth David Buchizya Kaunda decided to resign on grounds thatContinue reading “SUPER KEN @98”


After the Pan African Congress in Manchester England in October 1945, the African leaders came with a renewed resolve to emancipate Africa The conference gave birth to the idea which led to the formation of the Organization of African Unity in May 1963 in Addis Ababa, EthiopiaFor Southern Africa, the Regional Pan-Africanists founded the Pan-AfricanContinue reading “CHALLENGES AFTER THE MANCHESTER CONGRESS OF 1945PAN-AFRICAN DIARIES:”


Alice Leshina (c. 1919–1978), was the founder of the African prophetic movement referred to as the Lumpa church. A barely literate peasant woman, Alice Lenshina Mulenga, from Kasomo village, Chinsali district, in the northern province of Northern Rhodesia, started the movement among the Bemba, a matrilineal Bantu-speaking people of Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia). In 1953,Continue reading “ALICE LENSHINA AND THE LUMPA CHURCH”

The Founding of the Organisation of African Unity A tribute to the founders of the African Union

By: Ras Hein Scheepers Some of Founding fathers of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU), Addis Ababa, 1963. Source: this is africaThis year will mark the 57th Anniversary of the existence of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) which was founded on 25th May 1963 in Africa Hall, on that day 32 representatives of independentContinue reading “The Founding of the Organisation of African Unity A tribute to the founders of the African Union”


Adamson Bratson Musanda Mushala was a Zambian rebel leader who rebelled against the one-party rule of the Zambian government of Dr. Kenneth David Kaunda from 1975 to 1982 Rebellion Before his rebellion, Mushala initially belonged to the United National Independence Party (UNIP), fighting colonial minority rule. He was sent to China for guerrilla training with a view to coming back to fight the colonial government, butContinue reading “ADAMSON MUSANDA MUSHALA”


Below is a little history known of some of Zambia’s most notorious and bizarre people in their own way and right: 1. ALICE LENSHINAAlice Lenshina was a female ‘Spiritual leader who formed and led a religious sect in Northern Province. She claimed she had immense divine powers but the truth was that she had tremendousContinue reading “ZAMBIA’S 10 BIZZARE ANDNOTORIOUS PEOPLE EVER KNOWN”

African Conflicts

By John MoonoTrained Diplomat Africa has long been beseeched by conflicts and labelled as a continent with the most number of conflicts. However one thing of note about these conflicts is that they are traced to the period of Colonial Rule. This is due to the fact that Colonial Rule never raised the issued ofContinue reading “African Conflicts”

PAN-AFRICAN SERIES: Lusaka Zambia’s Capital

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono Zambia is a former British Colony and is located in the Central-Southern part of Mother Africa. The country has many sons of the soil who left an indelible mark on the African continent. Names like Kenneth David Kaunda and Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe come to mind upon the mention of Zambia. InContinue reading “PAN-AFRICAN SERIES: Lusaka Zambia’s Capital”