Annual Chewa Traditional Ceremony

Every year, like other African tribes, the Chewa people hold a traditional ceremony to celebrate their traditions and pay homage to their king. They belong to the Bantu ethnic group and number over 10 million people, in Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. They're know for their traditional dancing and masks: representatives from all over Chichewa-speaking... Continue Reading →

Going to school in rural Zambia

When you travel to places like the rural eastern province of Zambia, every now and then you meet a remarkable person like Benson. He's a jack-of-all-trades gardener, foreman, cook, tour guide, social worker and community leader. Benson was the guy you went to if you needed something to be done, like have your walls painted... Continue Reading →

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