360 Degrees of Sky - Life in Rural Zambia

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360 Degrees of Sky - Life in Rural Zambia

Diary of an Irish NGO worker in rural Zambia. Photos, politics, funnies.

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9 years ago

Greetings, our mission organization has been working for several years in Harare and because of the political and economic situation, we are not able to continue with our plans to start a small bible college. We have been to Lake Kariba (Zim side) many times but have never been to the Zambia side. We were wondering about the town of Siavango-if there would be services and property such as a large warehouse or house to rent. Can you find a good used car in Lusaka for around $3,000USD? We have always flown into Harare but this time will probable fly into Lusaka. Any inside information would be greatly appreciated.

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