I am a Lusaka-based Zambian freelance journalist with over six years experience covering Zambian current affairs. My background includes reporting on everything from politics and international relations to business, culture and sport. I worked for The Post Newspaper, Zambia’s largest privately owned newspaper, for over four years, where I extensively wrote on mining, corporate deal-making and agriculture in Zambia. I have also been corresponding with several recognised local and international media organisation. More recently, I was part of the ‘Fatal Extraction’; a transnational investigation initiated by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), to uncover Australian mining companies’ dubious activities in Africa.