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“At 23:56 on 23rd October 1963, Zambians rose in reverence of the Union Jack, the de facto national flag of the United Kingdom, for the last time as it lowered, signifying the end of British rule in Zambia.”

― Precious Mwansa-Chisa

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Category: Arts & Culture
The Barnyard at Bonanza curates a distinctive retail experience catering to Bonaza’s patrons.
Though El Mukuka is in a great place in his career right now, his story isn’t one of overnight success though it may appear that way to those observing from afar.
Youssou N’Dour performed in Zambia for the first time, reminding an overflowing audience of his importance to Africa’s musical heritage and traditions.
The highly anticipated Lusaka Contemporary Art Centre (LuCAC) opened up at the start of the 2023 to the delight of artists and art lovers in Zambia.
Legendary Senegalese musician Youssou N’Dour has wowed audiences for decades, earning his reputation as one of the greatest African musicians of all time.
Chaka Nyathando, better known as Pompi, is one of Africa’s most gifted musicians of our age and he’s back with a new album.
Prime Catch offers the best seafood experience in Lusaka.
Kabwata Cultural Village’s mission is to preserve and proudly display Zambian culture with artists from all ten provinces of Zambia represented.
The African continent has a long and storied history of female leaders, warriors
Mwimbi Fine Art aims to raise the profiles of featured artist and support the development of African artists at home and abroad.
One of the most critical and highly lauded places displaying art for the public in Zambia
The makenge mirror adds an exotic feel to the traditional makenge basket that is produced in Zambia’s Western Province.
The roots of this beautiful spot lie in a not-so-distant past, when a problem was turned into an opportunity in an intricate and yet simple way.
Visual artist Emmanuel Chibaye has displayed compelling ingenuity since he emerged on the Zambian art scene….
In 2013 DJ VJeezy, whose real name is Vernon Daka, was out of employment and needed something to do. In his quest to find fulfilment he began a series of popular street parties that took Zambia by storm.
Bwalya Sophie Chibesakunda, professionally known as Bombshell or Bombshell Grenade (also stylised as Bomb$hell…
Amos Chipasha, popularly known as T-Low, aka the Melody Man, is easily one of the best musicians Zambia has…
There is a larger-than-life icon conspicuously missing from the Zambian landscape and more so at…
It’s a Wednesday evening and I’ve just ended my day. I sit down and reach for my phone, looking at the time…
I n Zambia exhibition designers and museums are not as famous as soccer players and stadia.
Goosebumps. In a word, this is what you feel when you hear Esther Chungu sing.
The voice that’s coming from my laptop isn’t the one I’d expected to hear. You’d think someone that can move multitudes of people at the turn of a few dials while broadcasting bass at near-deafening
Lusaka’s Showgrounds holds one of the city’s most surprising secrets. Hidden between industrial and commercial enterprises is a treasure trove of talented sculptors; working and exhibiting world class art pieces, mostly from recycled metal
Zimbabwean musician Takura Shonhai, known simply as Takura, a.k.a. Mr. Okay Okay Okay, is making waves locally and internationally with his eclectic fusion of sound and relatable lyrics.
Camille Silvy was a French photographer who moved to London in 1859.
Music has the ability to tell a thousand stories, bring millions of people together and have them feeling a flurry of emotions
They say a comfort zone is a beautiful place but nothing ever grows there. Nothing gives us greater pleasure than watching the evolution of art and the artist behind it.
The beauty and tranquility of Zeela Art Gallery & Homestay located in New Kasama, off Leopards Hill Road, in Lusaka left me virtually speechless.