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The world's most toxic town: the terrible legacy of Zambia's lead mines

Almost a century of lead mining and smelting has poisoned generations of children in the Copperbelt town of Kabwe in Zambia

Damian Carrington | The Guardian | 28 May 2017… 1,678 more words

Environmental Impact

Celebrating 6 incredible years!

Our friends at the Sishemo Foundation in Zambia recently celebrated the 6th anniversary of the opening of the MAMA Resource Centre.

The library and resource centre have had a huge positive impact on not only the Sishemo sponsored children but to other pupils of NorthGate Academy as well as the teaching staff. 392 more words

MAMA

May 22 - 28: On Maimanes and mining ministers

The ongoing concerns around Zambia‘s democratic integrity forced their way into South African headlines last week when Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane was refused entry to the country to attend the treason trial of his Zambian counterpart. 874 more words

DRC

Video: My Second Face-Face With a Giraffe

When I was in Los Angeles earlier this year it marked the second time I’ve been really close to a giraffe.  I timidly fed the world famous… 200 more words

Blogging

Next Stop Zambia!

Well it’s me again…

I’m happy and excited to share with you all that I will be getting on a plane for my 4th time to travel back to Zambia in just 2 days.   461 more words

Family Legacy

Winter is coming

The sun shines brightly, but in the mornings and evenings it gets chilly. No wonder that Zambians are stocking up on their winter’s clothes. In this roadside stall the main item for sale are gloves. 14 more words

Photography