Zambian Student Dies While Fighting In the Russia-Ukraine War
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Paul Shalala

Paul Shalala (@PaulShalalaZNBC) is a TV journalist and blogger who works for the Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation. He is also runs The Zambian Analyst, a blog where he writes stories on politics, elections and governance. Paul was trained to report on politics and good governance at the International Institute for Journalism in Berlin, Germany in 2011. He has been blogging since 2010 and has won one local and two international media awards for stories published on his blog. He is a member of the Zambian Bloggers Network. Currently, he is blogging on several topics ahead of Zambia’s 2016 general elections.

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Zambian Student Dies While Fighting In the Russia-Ukraine War

A 23 year old Zambian student studying Nuclear Engineering in Russia has died in Ukraine while fighting on the...

A Continental Pop Music Award Nomination is Exposing Political Cracks Yet to be Filled In the Aftermath of Zambian Elections

Since Zambians voted out the Patriotic Front on the 12th of August 2021, the country has remained divided into...

Behind Bars: Inside Death-Row In Zambia’s Most Congested Maximum Security Prison

The walls are massive and high, escape is not an option. Once you get in the only way you...

COVID-19: SADC Truck Drivers Refuse to Enter DRC Over Coronavirus Fears

Zambia Closes Border With Tanzania Over Fears Of Imported Cases

Countries neighboring Tanzania are increasingly becoming worried about cross-border transmission of COVID-19, as the country chooses an unpopular strategy...

Economic Impacts Of COVID-19 Begin To Bite As 20,000 Miners Are Rendered Jobless In Zambia

The Corona Virus pandemic has been used as an excuse by a major mining firm in Zambia, Mopani Copper...

COVID-19: SADC Truck Drivers Refuse to Enter DRC Over Coronavirus Fears

COVID-19: SADC Truck Drivers Refuse to Enter DRC Over Coronavirus Fears

Hundreds of trucks from the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) are stuck on the Zambian side of the Kasumbalesa...

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