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By Yohane Mbeeya Moono The Middle Stone Age is a period in Human History which ran from about 50, 000 BC to about 10,000 BC. During this time People lived in both Open grasslands and Forest areas. They also lived in Valleys of Streams, Rivers and Near Lakes like the Early Stone Age people LIVINGContinue reading “TECHNOLOGY IS AS OLD AS MAN”

Remembering President Samora Machel

Samora Machel, an incisive military man and political figure, fought against the Portuguese FASCIST NAZI colonizer invaders for the independence of Mozambique and became the country‚Äôs first president. Machel was born in the village of Chilembene, Mozambique on September 29, 1933. His parents were poor farmers from the Shangana ethnic group. When the Portuguese invadedContinue reading “Remembering President Samora Machel”

KAMUZWAZI : a village with World War History

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono This is cut from Oral History Mbala formerly known as Abercon is a district that is shrouded in World War History. The town in on the Northern tip of the Northern Province in modern day Zambia. In the year 2018, the World descended on Mbala to commemorate the centinary to markContinue reading “KAMUZWAZI : a village with World War History”

Remembrance Sunday

It is worth remembering that the 2 minutes silence acknowledged around the world was in fact begun in Africa. The practice of the Remembrance Sunday silence originates in Cape Town, South Africa, where there was a two-minute silence initiated by the daily firing of the noon day gun on Signal Hill for a full yearContinue reading “Remembrance Sunday”

MBALA: the Home of World War One History

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono Mbala is located in the North-East of Modern day Zambia. The town which is about 167 Kilometers North of the Provincial Capital Kasama will forever be etched in the history of Zambia and the World at large in the context of the 20th Century global catastrophe the First World War. FromContinue reading “MBALA: the Home of World War One History”