THE MIND

The mind is a strong tool, in fact the greatest asset, you can either use it to for good or for bad.

They say an idle mind is the devil’s work shop simply because one can sit and plot against someone and kill them. some say we are who we tell our mind we are.

Have you ever thought to yourself why you never have an explanation as to why you just don’t eat certain food staffs? i still couldn’t explain why i didn’t bear the thought of having green paper in my food till i realized, i fed my mind with  negatives about it. well i want it in my food a lot these days because i told my mind that green paper is good.

you become what you tell yourself, if you always say that you are a failure then you will always fail. you can never pass a job interview when you tell yourself that you are not good enough, you can never pass your exam if you tell yourself that even if you study you will still fail.

Use your mind for good, it has the ability to do great things, be creative, be smart and positive, do not wait for compliments so you can feel good about yourself, tell your mind how awesome you are,how successful you are, have faith in yourself and never feed your mind negative statements.

Given a hard task? tell yourself “i can do this without any doubt,in fact i have already succeeded” certain people will rub negative vibes, but if you are strong and positive minded you will know that what they say are just words and words are cheep anybody can afford them, never mind negative vibes they are just jealous of your success, the positive person you tell yourself you are.

THE MIND; is a strong and powerful tool, use it wisely, yep KAVO can blog too.

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Patriotism towards the Zed Entertainment industry vital…

Someone once told me ” if you major in entertainment no one will ever take you seriously” , I ask myself is this true?,

we all chose who we want to be.. I take keen interest in the entertainment industry especially Zambian because I believe in the potential that our country’s industry has.

we are heading to greater heights with majority of our artist collaborating with international artists like Nigeria’s ice prince and  Patoranking, Congo’s Fally Ipupa and Dacosta ,  United States R-Kelly, Jamaican Gyptian,  South Africa’s Busiswa as well as Ghana’s stone Bwoy, just to mention a few.

This is an indication that we are rising as an industry… soon, many other countries will speak of this country and wish to collaborate with our artists..believe  in the talent that this country is endowed with and its potential.

The Music industry receives new artists on the scene everyday with remarkable skills and awesome writing abilities..while others have been singing but are still in the background..there are so many examples but that would make this post long…

All we need to do is be patriotic as this country’s citizens, stop bringing our artists down and support them instead..  i mean by doing so our country is benefiting.. the industry is a tourist puller! which means more money! Zambia is not just about politics people!

Why do you think we know more about Nigeria and play their music or now know the Eastern Indian culture? well its because of the entertainment industry that they have created for themselves as countries.. We keep praising these countries and leaving out our own…

it is lamentable that most radio Djs and presenters are playing more Nigerian music that Zambian music on their radio shows!!!!

 

 

Its funny how we as Zambians can allow someone to badmouth our country and instead of protecting our own we go like ” its the truth weee”  this is our home people…if we do not support local who will?…. we do not even watch our own movies or read our own books.. we do not want to attend the zed concerts which costs K100 but go for the foreigner’s concerts at K500…. Really?…

So if you do not wanna take me serious for what i choose to do or  who i want to be… am sorry i believe in my country and its entertainment industry’s potential.. i support local…after all Kavo can blog…

cyber security

We enjoy the use of the new media technology ..Blogs, wikis, social media and all but nothing is ever perfect, the awesomeness of these technologies comes with unprecedented threats thus the need for cyber security.

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For every business that runs  on the internet, cyber security is a critical issue because it is the protection of systems, networks and data in cyberspace.

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It’s Amazing

So I twitted to say “am not so proud to be Zambian ” coz of the election results ..BUT it is Amazing to be Zambia , WHY?  well our artists are doing it big.

you heard him feature on #selfish the remix now you have to listen to him on his new track….

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Vinny Boy “Finally Over You ”

download this amazing track  on tinyurl.com/vbfoy and realize the beauty in Zambian music ……

BUT… don’t worry I aint over you yet!

# NO! STOP IT!

 

OC ZAMBIAN ARTIST

# just saying

 

A while ago I was proud to be Zambian because of the Shabba‬! cover by Chanda Mbao, Scott and Kaladoshas and then this guy (OC) spoils the cover mood in Zambia… how hilarious can one be…I mean the guy cant sing.. does he even have friends! am like  NO! OC! NO! STOP IT! you guys have to listen to Hotline bling cover by OC Oscillation the singer of songs like WANGU NI WAGU I mean it #save us all..

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# DEAR SANTA

This was me last Christmas….and I don’t know what to say to SANTA.. should I say ” thank you” or  “you could have done better”

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#political violence in this country has got to stop # No more drama # vote wisely

# SELFISH THE REMIX

It was a hit but the remix is more than a hit #Selfish the remix  dropping  tomorrow, Wednesday, the 27th of July. with the  awesome work already witnessed, this one automatically gets a hit vote from me.

Chanda Mbao ft Scott ,F Jay ,Blake Vinny Boy

I feel I can now say am proud to be Zambian ..because ..Man.. the creativity in the Zambian music industry is getting crazily awesome..catch the song on  Unza Radio 91.7fm

 

ITS A “NO!” TO THE REFERENDUM

 

Our country has for a long time being driven under democracy yet since independence only one referendum has been held. This year Zambia will create history as we will vote for a referendum on 11th of August 2016 alongside the General Elections.

“Do you agree to the amendment to the Constitution to enhance the Bill of rights contained in Part III of the Constitution of Zambia and to repeal and replace Article 79 of the Constitution of Zambia?”  is this year’s question, well do I agree?

The Zambian constitution has defined the referendum as a vote in which citizens in a country are asked to give their opinion about or decide on an important political or social question that may lead to creation or removal of a law. A bill of rights is defined as is a list of the most important rights to the citizens of a country. Article 79 requires that a referendum be held where citizens are expected to vote if any alterations are to be done to part III of the constitution.

The referendum question is technical like most citizens have alluded, the two questions been phrased together makes one-part subject to the other but in order to make a proper, informed and positive decision one needs to weigh the advantages of voting either yes or no to the question.

Unlike the current constitution, the new proposed Bill of rights presents expanded civil and political rights with an inclusion of social, cultural and further and special rights to the Zambians, implying that the rights outlined in the new Bill will be able to cater for the rights of Zambians in a more all-inclusive manner.

The proposed bill of rights includes, Freedom of information bill and the freedom of the press, rights for the older members of society and well-articulated rights for the disabled, the marriage age has also been revised from 18 years to 19 years. It has also included environmental rights that entitle us to heathy and clean sanitation as well as children’s rights that entitle each child to education as well as many more needs.

Like Mainda Simataa, President of the Movement for Economic Freedom said, never ever must we ever consider repealing (deleting) or amending (changing)/replacing Article 79 of the Zambian constitution because it safeguards the sacred Bill of rights. To repeal Article 79 for whatever reason, as the referendum question states, would be tantamount to mass-suicide, it would be granting whichever party controls parliament the license and unlimited power to alter or take away our human rights without the obligation which article 79 has imposed on parliament, namely – to consult and get consent from over 50% of all Zambians aged 18 and above, and only via the referendum. Article 79 is what makes Zambia a democracy and not a dictatorship, and be reminded, the repeal of the Bill of rights is what opened the door for UNIP to declare Zambia a one party state, on the pretext that parliament needed unlimited powers to repossess land from the whites, which the whites had cleverly protected under part three of the Bill of rights – the one part which politicians have no power to change, unless they consult the people right to enter.

The referendum question says repeal and replace article 79 but what are we replacing the article with? Article 301 to 304 do not stipulate clearly the manner in which it will replace article 79. The proposal to repeal article 79 should be to make the referendum vote the final say and not parliament having the last say. Someone told me we should repeal the article because there has been low voter turnout making it impossible for a beneficial bill of rights to be enacted, well to me this is because people are not sensitized enough on what they will be voting for or against like a friend said “Better a ‘no’ or no vote to what you don’t know than ‘yes’ to what you might regret after you know”.

As stipulated the bill of rights contains clauses that will benefit Zambians at large but it contains unclear clauses. imprisoned personals forfeit their rights when the committee crimes that’s part of their punishment but why would we allow them to vote as stated in the proposed bill of rights, there many unclear clauses in the proposal. What is even more disheartening being that the Electro Commission of Zambia (ECZ) has not clearly explained the clauses to us. The comic book does not explain anything except the importance of voting neither does the advertisements on television nor the messages sent out via texts.

The dilemma now being should I say yes so we repeal article 79 and accept the bill of right despite the few unclear clauses? Or should I say no in order to maintain democracy and keep article 79 but lose an opportunity to have the freedom of information bill. I say people must vote NO to this referendum because nothing is clearly stated, the question is technical the bill is unclear and unexplained and no I don’t want to repeal or replace article 79 without having clear information on what will replace it plus I want to keep the only clause in the constitution that politicians cannot temper with.

 

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