Kellys Kaunda is a journalist based in Lusaka, Zambia. I started practicing as a journalist in 1992 as a print journalist with the state-owned Times of Zambia and went on to work as a stringer for VOA radio and television until 2010 where I ended up as a video journalist. I have my own 4k video camera. From 2010 to 2017, I produced television documentaries on a variety of topics for a variety of clients, some of which can be found on my You tube channel simply called: Kellys Kaunda. My skills are as follows: Broadcast Journalist: Audio package Broadcast Journalist: Documentary Films Broadcast Journalist: Interview Broadcast Journalist: Live Phone for Radio or Television Broadcast Journalist: Live Stand Up Broadcast Journalist: News Gathering Broadcast Journalist: Video package Broadcast Journalist: Vox Pop Print Journalist: Content Writing Print Journalist: Corporate Content Print Journalist: Feature Stories Print Journalist: Interview Print Journalist: Investigative Journalist Print Journalist: Research Print Journalist: Risk Analysis Journalist: Journalism
Modern industrialization policies are blamed for preferring foreign investors at the expense of local communities. In this documentary, one mining firm decided to share how it was dealing with this matter in the Southern region of Zambia.