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Alba Iulia
Thursday, September 24, 2020

The Kawalala Party is back!

Feature Lifestyle The Kawalala Party is back!

 

 

Photo by Tahilla Photography and courtesy of Chi and Hope

Former breakfast radio presenters Hope Chisala and Chinyota Msimuko are hoping to recreate the magic that turned them into houshold names.

10 COMMENTS

  1. I bet the show is full of s¢x. Every thing in Zambian English is sexual.
    I stick to Shi Mumbi and Mwine Mushi. Are there TV shows in Tonga?

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  2. There used to be family friendly comedies on ZNBC in various broadcast Zambian languages Kapotwe and others dubbed “Play for Today” all of whom were neglected and left to “die” that had they been sustained (nurtured) they would by now have matured probably even participating in full movies! Well, not surprising as most beautiful non political things that happen to Zambia are short lived for lack of recognition for apolitical talent!

  3. It’s good to have them back. It was good on hot.. they would present political issue as if it’s not politics . But the current ones are too immortional

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