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Zed Artist Profile | F Jay

Please start by reading the profile in Issue 21 of ZASA Magazine (June 2017) to understand the context of this post, it is supplementary material. You can download the magazine for free here.

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We’ve compiled a few videos and tracks that are among our top picks.


This video just makes the heart smile 🙂


F JAY – Nilekelele

FJAY | Urban Hype – Paloma


Urban Hype – Skele


F Jay – Maakeh Rose (Prod. By Fumbani)


Chanda Mbau – Selfish (Remix) (ft. F Jay, Scott, Blake & Vinny Boy)


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F Jay on social media: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Reverbnation

Sources: www.fjayrnb.com

What Recruiters (or clients) look for on your LinkedIn profile

Looking for clients is effectively the same as looking for a job, as a firm; the first thing we do when about to do business with someone is vet them using mainly their LinkedIn profile. Your potential clients are doing the same so here’s a useful article we came across recently – for this month’s issue of ZASA Magazine, click here.

Before you get stuck into the article though, here are 6 quick tips on how to make a great LinkedIn profile.

Download Issue 21 of ZASA Magazine here to read the full article by Gwen Moran (Author, Business Writer, Small Business Influencer Awards Top 100 Champion 2015, 2014, and 2012; What Recruiters (or clients) look for on your LinkedIn profile.


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Sources: Fast Company2016 Recruiter Nation Report | Feature Image (superman) | Article Image |

Good questions for good health: Is depression real?

A large part of preventing and treating depression is to be conscious and cautious of the illness. This means being free to talk about depression. The World Health Organisation’s campaign on depression is aimed at encouraging more people to freely talk about depression and to seek help if need be. But in order to talk about depression, we must be knowledgeable of its Symptoms and effect.

This month we provide you with a free downloadable booklet entitled “Depression; what you need to know.” This booklet was compiled by the National Institute of Mental Health. It will help you learn more about depression and how affects people of all ages. We urge all parents to read the section on Teens (page 7-8) so as to be more aware of how to help your child if you think they might be depressed.

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To know more about the symptoms of depression, watch the World Health Organisation’s video below – I had a black dog, his name was depression.

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More links

What causes depression? Harvard Health Publications | Harvard Medical School 

Facts about depression | World Health Organisation

Everton Football Club Winger Aaron Lennon detained under Mental Health Act | BBC 


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Young Movers and Shakers | Precious Shola Mwamulima

 

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In this edition of ‘Young Movers and Shakers’, we get to hear Precious Shola Mwamulima’s story; A young Sustainable Development Strategist and Social Entrepreneur. I hope this article will be a well from which you can draw some much-needed inspiration.

(Note* This is only a supplementary post, please see the full article in Issue 21 of ZASA Magazine (June 2017), download the issue free here)

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“Chitemwiko is a vernacular word in the Bemba language, widely spoken in Zambia. This word is simply translated as LOVE. Our passion for helping vulnerable communities is driven by LOVE.”

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Contact Details

Phone: +260 966 498644 | Email: info@chitemwiko.org | Website: www.chitemwiko.org

 

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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