David Chisanga is an all-round media and communications specialist based in Zambia’s capital, Lusaka. He is an award-winning journalist; a journalist mentor; a TV and radio broadcaster; a blogger; a scriptwriter; and a public relations (PR) personnel. His career spans over five (5) years with experience in broadcast journalism, print and online journalism, radio and TV production, filmmaking, academia and PR. He is currently a freelance journalist and a news/documentary producer at the Ministry of Agriculture. He is also a news editor at Lima Radio. Although David can cover any beat assigned to him very well, his interest lies in business and economics. He is one of the graduates from the 2019 Bloomberg Media Initiative Africa (BMIA) Financial Journalism Training Programme. He holds a Bachelors in Mass Communication from the University of Zambia (UNZA). He is yet to finish his master’s in media studies soon. He is an alumni of Radio Netherlands Training Centre (RNTC), where he studied Drama for Social Change. David has worked with Africa News at international level. He is ready to spread his wings in international journalism and fly.
The Food Reserve Agency (FRA) has continued buying Grade A white maize from farmers countrywide to enhance Zambia’s food security.
Government has launched the first-ever national spatial dataset for agricultural block and camp boundaries in Zambia. DAVID CHISANGA has more.
Zambia is envisioned to become a net exporter of fish in Africa in the next five years. DAVID CHISANGA has more.
Zambia has observed its first ever International Day of Plant Health in the capital, Lusaka. This comes after the UN General Assembly adopted the country’s proposal to observe this important day on 12 May every year. DAVID CHISANGA has the details.
Lusaka City at a glance!
Agricultural stakeholders are urging the new government to implement policies that will help transform their sector into Zambia’s economic powerhouse. Here's DAVID CHISANGA with more details.
Government has expressed concern over the negative impact of the Russia-Ukraine war on Zambia’s food security. DAVID CHISANGA reports.
Zambia’s annual inflation rate has slowed down for the sixth month in a row, following favourable food price movements. Inflation dropped to 15 point 1 percent in January this year from December’s 16 point 4 percent. DAVID CHISANGA has the details.
This documentary, which I scripted and edited, highlights E-SAPP interventions in the Soya Beans Value Chain in Zambia.