Who

Kambisa!BeHeard. would not be possible without the help of many people, including:

 

Michael L. Ahlee Author of short stories like ‘father bites son’s ear’, ‘police-officer kills man over beer debt’ and the column ‘stop acting like animals’. one of the translators of ‘Sundays’s story’. Kambisa magazine no. 1 and  no. 2.
Kabalupe Bupe Kambisa! most Northern schoolgirl as far as we know, author of ‘No all that glitters is gold’ in ‘Freedom?’ and ‘a cry for help’ in ‘$EX’
Kambisa  magazine no. 4 and no. 5.
Prince Chamu street kid, soccer player and author of ‘the story of my life’ in ‘streetkicks’
Kambisa magazine no. 3
Chachine Chipili sells paper and office equipment at Soweto and wrote ‘the aged (abakote)’ for ‘Home Sweet Home’
Kambisa magazine no. 6
Desh Chisukulu Director of Kambisa!, musician, composer of ‘Nokowamubiyo’ and co-author of ‘They’re treating us like animals’ in ‘Streetkicks’, ‘Zambezi the drum’ in ‘$EX’ and ‘Welcome to Africa’ and ‘Da Drift Poem’ in ‘Home Sweet Home’.
Kambisa magazine  no. 3, no.  4  & no. 6
Ostakache John Gathedeme author of ‘ Independence article: something on race’in ‘Freedom?’ Kambisa magazine  no.5
Desmond Mumba dj ‘desmix’ at club phoenix, once co-producer and presenter of Kambisa! on air.
every tuesdayafternoon 15.00 UNZA radio 91.5 FM
Timothy Hara author of ‘married man cheats innocent girl’, a story reflecting just as the title suggest. ever on his way to the states, and ‘FIFA should be impartial’ in ‘$EX’ Kambisa magazine no. 2 and no. 4
Klaartje Jaspers editor-in-chief, producer and initiator of Kambisa! and www.thinono.org – a site on works of engaged artists; editor-in-chief etc. Normally a journalist Kambisa magazine  no. 1,, no. 2, no. 3, no, 4, no. 5, no, 6
Angela Kabemba secretary at the business news newspaper and author of ‘love- the most excellent way’, reminding us real love is free Kambisa magazine no. 3
Liswaniso Kabwela student at UNZA and author of the poet ‘a smile’ in ‘$EX’ Kambisa magazine no. 4
Reuben Katebe Mr. Printer, helping to get Kambisa! on paper. co-editor and organisor.
Kambisa magazine no. 1 and  no. 2
Nicolas Kawinga actor, poet and journalist. his poem ‘Death of a fresh rose’on the deaths of a South-African and a Palestinian girl was published in ‘streetkicks’. A praise on Africa appeared in ‘Home Sweet Home, as well of a review of a play he directed. Kawinga is an outspoken follower of current affairs.
Kambisa magazine no. 3,  no .6
Mac Charles Kazumba former soccer-star, popularly known as Kazu-Kazu, author of ‘Never say die
Kambisa magazine no. 1
Lazi Lukhele sound-technician, trying to compile an album with the blind and streetchildren. one of the translators of ‘Sunday’s Story’
Kambisa magazine no. 1
Emmanuel Makasa medical staff of UTH, board member representing us in the United States, writer of ‘Hiv and steady relations’ in ‘Freedom?’ and ‘Crisis at 40’ in ‘Home Sweet Home’
Kambisa magazine no, 5,  no. 6
Alice Mapulanga author of ‘friends become lovers’, a love story contesting church versus Alpha-bar
Kambisa magazube no. 2
Matongo poet. author of poems like ‘many a time when hope deserts me’, ‘a mirror before me’ & ‘whenever trouble dawns your heart’ and the short story ‘A cold June night’ in ‘$EX’
Kambisa magazine no. 1 and  no. 2. , no. 3, no. 4
Evans Mboloma translator of ‘Sunday’s Story’ and future author of his own life-story. distributing Kambisa! at Chelston market. Kambisa magazine no. 1 and  no. 2
Mozegater musician, published his lyrics ‘Rud Boys’ on the evemts around captain Solo in ‘Freedom?’
Kambisa magazine no. 5
Dr. Robert E. Mtonga medical doctor, involved in the fight against nucleair weapons. author of ‘Root causes of terrorism’ as chairman of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War – Zambia > www.ippnw.org . Kambisa magazine no. 1
Chanda Mubanga editor and author of analysis like ‘a weapon in our hands’, an article on the use of selfawareness in the fight against HIV, and ‘Appeal on Mr. Kofi Annan’, a reflection on the status of America within the UN
Kambisa magazine no. 1 and  no. 2
 Gift Mulenga streetkid. one of the interviewed for ‘best friends’ in Kambisa! nr. 3
Kambisa magazine no. 3,
Alex Mukuka photographer and author of ‘Who is Runell’
Kambisa magazine no. 1
Musilizo Munalala Our deputy office manger for the Lusaka office as well as the scriptwriter for the Kambisa!-documentary ‘streetmarriage’, investigating how children living on the streets seek a bit of comfort by getting married to each other.
Jotham Mwale schoolboy and author of ‘speaking up’ in ‘streetkicks’, encouraging people to be brave and think for themselves
Kambisa magazine no. 3
Herbert Nthasu Mwiba Jr. author of poetry and essays like ‘good for the goose, good for gender’, ‘Something is wrong in our nation’ and ‘what freedom?’, painter of the paintings used for ‘$EX’
Kambisa magazine  no. 1,, no. 2, no. 3, no, 4
MacFellan Nkhoma co-scriptwriter of ‘Transit’, a Kambisa!-documentary focussing on those who leave the Copperbelt looking for more luck in Lusaka
Astridah Nchimunya-Hamuyamba
author of ‘teacher-pupil relations must be stopped- now!’, a real-life story begging teachers to stop abusing their power over the pupils
Kambisa magazine  no. 2,
Ndonji musician and formerly the man at EHC’s music department. author of ‘march of time’
Kambisa magazine no. 1
Rabecca Ngoma Rabecca is the author of the shocking life story of young Ade in ‘$EX’ and ‘My parents, the strict monsters’ in ‘Freedom?’ Kambisa magazine  no. 4, no.5
Herbert Nthasu Mwiba Jr. author of poetry and essays like ‘good for the goose, good for gender’, ‘Something is wrong in our nation’ and ‘what freedom?’, painter of the paintings used for ‘$EX’
Kambisa magazine  no. 1,, no. 2, no. 3, no, 4
Saili Nyondo musician and author of ‘half a loaf’ and ‘church’ is ‘Home Sweet Home’ > as one of the Rap Prophets and composer of ‘Dunde’ on www.desorder.com
Kambisa magazine no. 3,  no .6
Edi Phiri Self managed boy living in the streets of Lusaka. One of the interviewed for ‘best friends’ in Kambisa! nr. 3 – ‘If today is not the day, tomorrow will be’ Kambisa magazine no. 3,
Gift Phiri Our Zambian accountant and scriptwriter of ‘independent living’, a Kambisa!-documentary showing how handicapped people try to get by in the bumpy streets of Lusaka
Masauso Henry Sakala filmmaker and author of ‘My African Queen’, involved in the green movement checking genetically modified foods
Kambisa magazine  no. 1,,
Shimasta musician and author of ‘Cousin and Son’ in ‘Freedom?’ >> www.shimasta.com
Kambisa magazine no. 5
Lennon Shinde Once our DJ and co-producer of the weekly Kambisa! radioshow at UNZA 91.5 FM. Since than he has moved to Radio Phoenix but he still get involved with the UnZa Show which was taken over by Rose.
Mathew Tembo Mathew is a reggae artist, the music man of our board, the guardian of our p.o. box and the scriptwriter of the Kambisa!-documentary ‘Sing our own Song’, investigating why our popular musicians seem to have forgotten about our traditional musical roots, and what its inclusion could mean to them
Wilson Tembo poet, music lover and author of ‘Poets, artists, motivational speakers… Kambisa magazine  no. 1,,
Queen Sheeba musician and poet, author of ‘the fixed way of life’ and ‘the poetry of a sinner’ in ‘Freedom?’ and ‘Man, Woman and Child’in ‘Home Sweet Home’
Kambisa magazine no. 5 , no. 6
Victor author of ‘is real life like that?’ in ‘Home Sweet Home’
Kambisa magazine no. 6
Victor Miselo our Zambian office manager and the co-scriptwriter of ‘Transit’, a Kambisa!-documentary focussing on those who leave the Copperbelt looking for more luck in Lusaka, like he once did himself.
Sunday Zimba author of ‘Sunday’s Story’, the two part lifetime story published in the first two issues of Kambisa!BeHeard. Kambisa magazine no. 1 and  no. 2
Ronald van Maanen Fmr.  website editor / technician

 

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