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Issue 21 | June 2017 (free download)

Hello ZASA Mag family,

Sorry, but you’ll forgive us in a bit. We know the wait has been long but it has been for a good cause.

You’ll notice that the number of pages has increased quite a bit, and that there are a few new additions to the team of contributors as you read through – all this is with the aim of elevating the standard of your publication. You deserve nothing but the best.

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An announcement – we would like to welcome another great company to our family; Buphe Management has decided to join forces with ZASA Magazine to bring you flexible yet affordable Expatriate health and life cover. We have added a section for Buphe under the contact drop down on the main menu of zasamag.wordpress.com where you can leave your questions, we will make sure they get them and respond.

Issue 21 is here!

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There is just too much for us to summarise in a paragraph but let’s give this a try… Chiawa Management Area on the Lower Zambezi is host to the cozy Kasaka River lodge – read about it in this issue; we talk about trust when it comes to matters concerning money; we also held out on the release to catch the high profile Newcastle 1st Anniversary Dinner that took place this past weekend (performing artist was none other than K’million and the guests of honour included the Zambian High Commissioner and Amajuba District Mayor) – we have video and more pictures coming shortly; Victoria interviews the accomplished Precious Mwamulima (founder of Chitemwuko); and Steven unpacks depression as we continue the #GQ4GH series. And no, that’s not all…

As always – get yourself something nice to sip on and enjoy 🙂

Click here to download Issue 21 (June 2017)


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SAPS hunt down Zambian accused of murdering girlfriend and son – High Commission

PRETORIA – 9th MARCH, 2017

THE Zambian High Commission in South Africa has appealed to a Zambian national being sought by Pretoria Police in connection with a case of alleged murder of his girlfriend and son to surrender himself.

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Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa, His Excellency Mr. Emmanuel Mwamba disclosed that South African Police Service (SAPS) has sought the help of the Embassy to help locate Mr. Banda.

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Picture Release | ZASA AGM

Earlier in February, we promised to release the pictures that went into the February edition of ZASA Magazine as well as all the pictures taken at the AGM that took place on 28th January so here goes… Happy hunting!

Please note that all picture releases are now done through the website instead of Facebook because not all readers who have been asking for them are on Facebook.

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Zambia High Commission concerned with Zambians living in South Africa on Asylum permits

The High Commission of Zambia in South Africa has expressed concern over reports that some Zambians living in South Africa were on asylum seeker permits.
Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa, His Excellency Mr. Emmanuel Mwamba has said that it was inconceivable that there could be any Zambian living outside the country on account of not being safe in Zambia.

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Mr. Mwamba pointed out that permits for asylum seekers were granted to people from countries that were at war or were facing various forms of instability that did not make it conducive for human habitation.

“Zambia has never been at war with itself or with another country. Zambia has been a peaceful country from the time we gained independence. Even the times we needed to change leadership, we have done so without significant physical conflict to scare away anyone. In fact it is Zambia that has been receiving refugees all these years because the country has been found to be one of the most peaceful countries in the world,” Mr. Mwamba said.
“It is therefore strange to hear of Zambians living in South Africa on permits that are meant for asylum seekers. I wonder what reasons they give to authorities when they go to apply for these permits.”

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ZASA AGM Report

 

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President Edgar Lungu has transformed the Foreign Service and the Diaspora” – Emmanuel Mwamba, “Zambians in the Diaspora are now considered an asset.”

Kempton Park – Saturday 28th January 2017

Zambia’s High Commission to South Africa,  Emmanuel Mwamba has said President Edgar Lungu has significantly changed government policy regarding Zambians in the diaspora.
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