Fascinating K-Dramas on Netflix

South Korea’s dramas or K-Drama in short have taken the world by storm recently, any fictional series produced in the country falls under this category, regardless of the subject matter or genre, encompassing everything from comedy to romance to sci-fi to horror. With the growth of Netflix, there is now a diverse range of non-English…

Ducks, Iced Tea & Photography Club

Our last physical camera club meeting took place months ago, apart from our monthly zoom meetings. Now that social gatherings of more than a certain number of people are allowed, we are rotating the meetings in different neighbourhoods in Lusaka so as not to always be in one location at a time, giving people a…

Swift Tea Break at Ciêla Resort and Spa 

It was a strangely gloomy drizzly summers morning but went to briefly see some folks playing in the charity golf tournament at Bonanza. Although the hotel has been open for a while now, have not set foot this side of town in ages and the last time I ventured there, the only thing there was…

Recreating Mum’s Peanut Butter Chicken Dish

My mum passed away twenty-four years ago this month, and I had a memory of how she used to make this peanut butter chicken dish, remember the smell like it was yesterday. Paying homage to her memory by recreating the flavours and taste how I recall them. Added spices and hot chilli sauce courtesy of…

Why Do We Vote?

Compassion is the foundation for a better world, not violence. With everything going on in the world, as nations begin to slowly rebuild and rethink their future, Zambians went to the polls August 12 to decide the future of their lives. This year’s election was unlike any other and more significant because change is required…

Digital Freedom Fighters

When we think of the term freedom fighter in Zambian history a name that comes to mind is the founding father of Zambia Dr. Kenneth Kaunda who recently passed away at 97 years old. Say what you will about him but his approach to activism, pan africanism, mediation work of uniting countries in Southern Africa,…

Best 5: Accessible Waterfalls in Zambia

Zambia is a country filled with a variety of sights, from the mighty Victoria Falls to the multiple National Parks where you can see waterfalls and wildlife that give you a memorable experience. Along with their aesthetic beauty, these waterfalls also provide a beautiful backdrop as they cascade down cliffs or tumble over rocks into…

Winter Soup Made with Garden Cherry Tomatoes

Ever since I started cultivating a home garden, tomatoes have become my favorite summertime treat as they’re just so sweet, juicy and delicious. But when winter comes around, I’m sad to say goodbye to my tomatoes. So this dish is the perfect alternative for those of you who are in the same boat as me….

Beauty: 5 Fragrances On My Display Counter

There are thousands of perfume brands out there some fads, timely, favourites, some not so much. Everyone likes what they like and make it their signature I tend to shy away from scents that give me a sneeze or a headache at first sniff. Most of the fragrances currently on my display counter have a…

Travel: A Brief Pit Stop at Gwabi River Lodge

Had such a marvellous time away in Lower Zambezi, we were well taken care of, sad to say goodbye to the river views, the sunbathing monitor lizard near our chalet and noisy hippos that always woke us up early in the morning. Decided to change the route and use the normal windy road through Chirundu…