The world has become one large electronic village. The Internet is allowing people to connect to each other like never before.
Here are some Zambian Websites we are aware of.
If your favourite site is not listed, drop us an email below.
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The iSchool project is taking advantage of the rapid spread of internet technology in Zambia. Broadband internet can now bring modern eLearning to any school – no matter its circumstances. The project is currently working with a cross-section of schools from which it is learning what would be required for a full national roll-out.
Developing new multimedia e-learning content
Working with the Intel Skoool programme
Providing suitable computers
Deploying a ‘computer lab in a container’
Providing schools with their own websites
- National Science and Technology Council
- Welcome to the NSTC website. The Council has five pillars namely Promotion and Advocacy of science and technology development in Zambia. Coordinating all forms of scientific and technological research and innovation. Regulating research in science and technology including the registration of research and development institutions. Advising the government on science and technology related policies. And mobilizing resources for science and technology. Please feel free to visit the Council offices.
We would like to extend a very warm welcome to you, and thank you for visiting our website. Mobritech Limited is a wholly owned Zambian Company dedicated to serving its customers with the utmost attention. We offer Electrical Engineering Services, Consultancy and various forms of Information Technology Services and Products, we are specialised in Website Design and Hosting in Zambia, We offer E-
We are delighted for the opportunity to be on this exciting journey of building Mobritech that is not only efficient, but also focuses on ensuring to satisfy the needs of all our customers. We are located on the Copperbelt Province of Zambia and our offices are in Kitwe.
We invite interested International Companies to come and partner with us, as we continue to build our Country Zambia in Information Technology and Engineering Services.
- MBendi: http://www.mbendi.com/land/af/za/p0005.htm#BasicInfo
- Best of Zambia: http://thebestofzambia.com/
- MyWage: http://www.mywage.org/zambia/main
Lubuto’s staff and volunteers identify and digitize Zambian stories long out of print but preserved in their original printed form in libraries worldwide and in Zambia, as well as in Zambian schools and households. This site serves as a repository for these scanned books to inspire young readers and enable encourage adaptation of the stories to new picture books, plays, radio programs and other uses, as well as to perhaps republish some of the books in paper form.
- Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zambia
- ZNBC: http://www.znbc.co.zm/
- Post News Paper: www postnews paper zambia com
- Times of Zambia: http://www.times.co.zm/
- Truly Zambian: http://www.trulyzambian.com/
- UKZambians: http://www.ukzambians.co.uk/home/
- SOSCVZambia: http://www.soscvzambia.org.zm/index.html
This website is a meeting place for those who live or have lived in the former British protectorate of Northern Rhodesia, since 24 October 1964 the independent Republic of Zambia. This site provides a place to archive photographs, other media files, and memories and to re-establish contact with long-lost friends.
Much of the content is available for anyone to view, but only members can post comments, articles and photographs. The messaging facility is available to members only.
Blessed with one of the seven natural wonders of the world and an abundance of wildlife, water and vast open spaces, Zambia offers unforgettable holidays exploring the real Africa.
Acknowledged as one of the safest countries in the world to visit, Zambia’s welcoming people live in peace and harmony.
Here you’ll find some of the finest Safari experiences on the planet. Face to face encounters with Nature at it’s most wild.
Spectacular waterways provide a delightful, adrenaline pumping or leisurely playground of activities for all ages.
Spirit of the Land is a personal project by photographer Stephen Robinson.
It aims to document the landscape of Zambia, especially its unknown, remote landscapes, in a distinct style.
The Project uses the panoramic format, which the photographer believes better replicates the way the human eye explores and takes in a scene. The photographs are therefore presented just as they were viewed in-camera by the photographer’s eye – full frame, without selective cropping or enlargement.
By use of an unusual format in this way, the photographer aims to give the viewer some idea of the ‘feel’ of a landscape; and of the emotive power the natural landscape has over the human eye.