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In case you have not heard, I have published a new book entitled Dangerous Power Games. I have maintained my style of creating suspense at every stage of the story; you will recall that is what kept you on seat tips while reading Stolen Heart.


I have published the book with Trafford Publishing a Canadian book publishing company and the book is available on line ( Get yourself a copy now or alert me so that I can contact you when I receive hard copies in the next two months or so.


For those who haven’t read Stolen Heart, copies are available in bookstores in Zambia and for those outside arrangements to send copies over can be made.


Please spread this good news.



God Bless You

Geoffrey Musonda



Almost every home and office has it. It has been there time in memorial and has withstood the test of time. It is a true source of knowledge and entetainment, yes It’s called a book.

A lot of people have defined what a book is but the traditional definition is that  a book is a set or collection of written, printed, illustrated, or blank sheets, made of paper, parchment, or other material, usually fastened together to hinge at one side. The advent of technology has added a dimension to the book because it is very common nowadays to have an electronic book popularly known as e-book. However the main purpose of a book still remains the same, it is to store information.

For some of us, books are important as almost anything else on earth. What a miracle it is that out of these small, flat, rigid squares of paper unfolds world after world after world, worlds that sing to you, comfort and quiet or excite you. Books help us understand who we are and how we are to behave. They show us what community and friendship mean; they show us how to live and die. They are full of all the things that you don’t get in real life—wonderful, lyrical language, for instance, right off the bat. And quality of attention: we may notice amazing details during the course of a day but we rarely let ourselves stop and pay attention.

Having a book on a book shelf is just as good as not having it because the value of a book can only be realised if it has been read. Someone has to make an effort of picking the book and finding time to read it. Reading is a practice which people develop throughout their life time. It normally starts in schools where most of the people learn how to read. People learn to read from grade one and develop this ability throughout their education years.  However, Zambians have been noted to be among some of the people with a poor reading culture. In Zambian it’s common to find people reading educational books and in very rear cases do people read for knowledge or leisure.

Sometimes we don’t utilise our time prudently, imagine how much time taxi drivers have to spend yawning while waiting for the next customer and how much time people spend on public transport travelling between home and work. We are guilty of time we spend doing nothing and this is the time we could use to read and broaden our knowledge or gain a life skill through correspondence.

A security guard who worked at my working place finally graduated with a Diploma in Human Resources Management because while on night duty he carried a text book with him. A Zambian taxi driver who used his idling time wisely, took a book with him and read about the importance of good public relations and networking and now runs his own transport company. A Zambian nurse who always read cookery books while off duty has made a fortune out of selling birthday cakes through the knowledge that she gained from books.

One of the most successful South African soap operas was started by a South African who lived in exile in the United States of America. When he returned to South Africa, he asked his wife who had remained behind to send him a book on how to write soaps. The wife wondered what on earth he was going to do with the book because the man was not a writer. After receiving the book he read it from the first to the last page. That’s how the man started the soap which has now been running successfully for the last 15 years and is currently showing on our ZNBC TV.

In Zambia there is a group of business men and women who have developed their businesses through reading. In starting a new business you have to undergo what is called a learning curve. It is during this stage when people are likely to make grave mistakes which can actually make or break their businesses. Fortunately in most cases the pitfalls experienced during this stage of business are common, so with information one can minimise on the risk of breaking their business. One way of avoiding or reducing the cost of the learning curve is to learn from those who have managed to pull through this period and avoid making the mistakes that they made. However, it’s very difficult to meet these successful business people and chat with them, because after making it, they become very busy. In most developed countries, such people document their experiences and one only needs to buy a book and read it.

The world has realized the importance of promoting reading, publication and the protection of intellectual property through copyright. 23rd April has been reserved as World Book and Copyright Day and people from all walks of life in their own right take part in celebrating this day.

23 April is  a symbolic date for world literature for on this date and in the same year of 1616, Cervantes, Shakespeare and Inca Garcilaso de la Vega all died. It is also the date of birth or death of other prominent authors such as Maurice Druon, K.Laxness, Vladimir Nabokov, Josep Pla and Manuel Mejía Vallejo. It was a natural choice for UNESCO's General Conference to pay a world-wide tribute to books and authors on this date, encouraging everyone, and in particular young people, to discover the pleasure of reading and gain a renewed respect for the irreplaceable contributions of those who have furthered the social and cultural progress of humanity.

The idea for this celebration originated in Catalonia where on 23 April, Saint George's Day, a rose is traditionally given as a gift for each book sold. The success of the World Book and Copyright Day will depend primarily on the support received from all parties concerned (authors, publishers, teachers, librarians, public and private institutions, humanitarian NGOs and the mass media), who have been mobilized in each country by UNESCO National Commissions, UNESCO Clubs, Centres and Associations, Associated Schools and Libraries, and by all those who feel motivated to work together in this world celebration of books and authors

The world will be celebrating the 14th World Book and Copyright Day on 23rd April 2009 and in Zambia a team of organizations and individuals has been put together to organize this year’s event. This is the second year that Zambia will be participating in the celebrations and all interested organizations and individuals should contact the author for further information.



The issue of health is always of paramount importance in our lives, though there is a natural tendency to ignore it once we are okay. Most people only visit the Doctor when they are not feeling okay. To continue to enjoy a health life, people need to continue ensuring that they identify and avoid factors that can cause diseases.

Hypertension is now a common condition among many Zambians. This mainly attributed to the emerging western lifestyle. There is therefore need to find ways of preventing this condition which among other factors is caused by fatty diets which are unfortunately synonymous with affluence in Zambia. The other common factor is stress.

Reading is beneficial for both children and adults. It can help you to cope with stress and anxiety, and provide a form of relaxation and escapism.

It is also a great ' brain tool', helping people of all ages to learn and develop important life skills, in terms of education, self improvement, positive life choices and all round well-being.

Children and adults can read to develop their language, vocabulary, and all round comprehension skills. Spelling and writing skills are also improved by regular reading.

If you have sight or reading difficulties such as visual impairment or dyslexia you can still enjoy the wonderful world of story-telling and literature. If your child is unable to read themselves, you can read to them. If you have difficulties, ask others to read to you. Some books are available as audio CDs. And, you will be able to buy Braille versions of some books. Ask at your local bookshop for advice and information.

Never stop learning

As well as academic learning, reading also offers a wide range of other life skills. Books can help children learn more about the world around them. They can read and learn about morals, friendship, love and family.

If your child is going through a difficult time in their life, such as the separation of parents, starting a new school, the death of a loved one, bullying, or puberty, books can be a great source of information and comfort. There may be books that your child can read at these times to help them understand what they are going through. This may help to relieve any anxiety and stress your child may feel.

Reading can give your child the tools to make good choices in life, whether it be about positive relationships, education, health and lifestyle.

Children can learn about their bodies, healthy lifestyles, diet and exercise through reading books and magazines.

Reading is a more interactive activity than watching television. When children read they are involved with the book, imagining the characters and scenes, and painting images in their minds, rather than just staring blankly at a television screen. This encourages your child to be creative and think for themselves.

Bonding time

Reading is a great activity that you and your child can enjoy together. You could read to your child, or they could read to you while you enjoy the stories together. This is a fantastic way to spend quality time with your child, and can be a very bonding experience. Many people recall fond childhood memories of a parent reading or telling stories to them at bedtime. Why not do the same for your child?

Reading with your child is also a great conversation starter. You can talk to your child about the ideas and messages conveyed in a story, and ask them what they feel about them. This will encourage your child to analyze what they have read and learned about, and form opinions which they can then confidently share with you, and others.

All about you

Reading is great for adults too! Settling down with a good book or a favourite magazine is a great way to unwind at the end of a stressful day, and enjoy yourself. It can take your mind of your worries and woes, and often a bit of time out helps you to put things in perspective and cope better.

But don't think that the benefits of reading for adults are limited to relaxation!

Adults can also develop their vocabulary and improve their spelling, literacy and comprehension skills in the same way that children do. Life is a learning curve - it's never too late to learn.

There is a huge choice of books available to you. Novels, fiction, non-fiction, biographies - the list is endless, you are bound to find something you enjoy.

Self-help, self-improvement, health, motivational and educational books will give you a greater awareness and general knowledge.

Reading is a great way to expand your own horizons; you can learn about pretty much anything you choose!

Healthy lifestyle

Now that you're bolstering your brainpower and working on your wellbeing, you may as well fit in time for the physical as well!

If you do like to read, make sure you also take the time to do some exercise. You need at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day. You could go for a walk, a jog, go to the gym or go swimming. Stay active to keep fit and healthy. If you are at a good part in your book - when you can't put it down! You could take a walk to a local park or café and read the book there though in Zambia there are very few developed parks. When I take a break from a book, I normally take a walk and reflect on what I will have been reading. This has proved very refreshing.

Also make sure that you eat healthily. Don't gorge on unhealthy junk food, particularly if you do like to read and spend a lot of time sitting still. Try to eat five portions of fruit and vegetables every day. Munching on fruits, nuts and seeds will keep your body fit and healthy.

Information is Power

You can empower yourself by reading and the knowledge gained can help you choose the right type of life. Imposed ignorance is our worst enemy because nowadays information is readily available but due to lack of interest in reading most people have sentenced themselves to the grave prematurely.

With the right information and right frame of mind we can have happy family lives and be more productive. Our healthy lives can also inspire others and we can then build a productive nation. Read for development and truly information is power.

Celebrate with the World

The world will be celebrating the 14th World Book and Copyright Day on 23rd April 2009 and the local celebrations will be held at Arcades Shopping Centre in Lusaka. Visit the book exhibition and buy a book for yourself. Children books will also be on sale. There will be plenty of entertainment, bring the children along since they will be on school break. You will also have an opportunity to meet Zambian authors and learn about the local publishing industry.



Jackson Kalinso was a very proud man and used every trick in the book to hide his deficiency of being illiterate. He moved around the village of Sokolola pretending to be the most educated villager and unfortunately most people including the village Headman believed him.

As a result of his pretence, he managed to marry one of the most beautiful women in the village, her name was Chisanga. In no time they had a bouncy baby boy whom they named Mwepu after Kalinso’s paternal grandfather.

“My son will be the most educated boy in this village,” boasted Kalinso when Mwepu was born. Kalinso was coming back from a drinking spree that evening. He whistled then continued shouting, “He will prosper just like my grandfather did, you villagers are just unfortunate, and you are born from very poor families.” Such was his language.

One day, village headman Sokolola received a letter from the Ministry of Health. He then sent one of his workers to call Kalinso to come and help reading it. The worker found Kalinso at his home sleeping under a mango tree. I am luck this man is around, thought the worker, he then greeted him, “Good afternoon Mr. Kalinso.” Kalinso lifted his head and instead of answering the greeting, he asked, “What brings you here this time of the day? Can’t you see that I am resting?” “The village headman has sent me to come and call you.” “Why? Is there a problem?” “No, he would like you to help with reading a letter which has come from Mwense.” “A letter?” “Yes.” “A letter, he wants me to read?” “Yes, he wants you urgently.”

Kalinso woke up and sat on the reed mat on which he had been sleeping, “You know reading a typed letter is a more involving job than reading a handwritten one” Kalinso looked troubled and started trembling. “Mr Kalinso, why are you shivering and sweating? Are you okay?” “No my brother I am not okay, this is malaria and it happens when someone just comes to disturb me from my peaceful sleep.” “Now like this, can you even read the letter?” “No, tell the headman that I will not be able to read because of the malaria. You have seen yourself.”

This is what I don’t want, why is this poor village headman setting me up. Kalinso mumbled after the messenger from the village headman had left. A few minutes later, Chisanga arrived from the field. She had remained behind to collect firewood. “Father of Mwepu, why are you sweating?” she asked immediately she threw the buddle of firewood on the ground. “My sweetheart, just thinking hard that’s all. Don’t worry, go in the kitchen and prepare me lunch.”

After lunch, Kalinso rushed to the next village to see his friend Chokola, “Mwana, I have heard that there is a letter from the boma, what is it all about?” Chokola was very surprised, “You mean you have not heard?” “No my friend!” “There is an outbreak of cholera in our district, the letter is warning us to wash our hands after using the toilet and avoid gatherings like funerals.” Kalinso couldn’t believe it, “You mean even if your wife or child dies you should not attend the funeral? “No, only a small group of people should attend and afterwards should be disinfected.” Kalinso commented, “That is very dangerous, I will go back now and warn my family.” “Another thing before you go. We should also not shake hands when greeting each other.”

Armed with the information, Kalinso went straight to the Headman that afternoon. “I am told you are looking for me,” Kalinso said as soon as the Headman came out of his house. “Yes, I would like you to read a letter to the villagers which has come from the boma.

That afternoon villagers of Sokolola village gathered to listen to the letter being read by Kalinso. “Yes we have a letter which has come from the boma and it reads as follows:”

Dear Mr. Sokolola,

This letter services to inform you that, there is an outbreak of cholera in the whole world. Cholera kills and it can kill all of you except me if it wants. To avoid getting it don’t use the toilet and don’t shake hands especially with those people whom you hate. Should the people that you hate die don’t dare attend their funeral because you will also die.

Thank You

District Commissioner 

A week later fifteen people died in the village, they all had a common disease of vomiting and passing watery stool.  The village headman called his advisors, “We have a calamity on our hands. How do we deal with it?” One elderly man then said, “Yes maybe the gods of our ancestors are annoyed with people not paying homage and believing in God brought by the Whiteman.”  Another man interjected, “The letter which Kalinso read said there was a disease called cholera. But he said we wouldn’t get it if we didn’t use toilets and since then we have all been using the bush. We also don’t shake hands of our enemies and don’t attend their funerals”

Just then a motor vehicle from Ministry of Health in Mwense arrived at the headman’s house. A man came out and introduced himself, “My name is Dick Mbuzi, and I am from the Ministry of Health in Mwense. We have heard that fifteen people in your village have died recently.”

The headman stood up, “Welcome, yes we have lost a lot of people. They all suffered from the same disease of passing watery stool and vomiting.” “Didn’t you receive the letter?” “Yes we did and we have followed what you instructed us to do. We don’t use toilets but go to the bush, we don’t shake hands of our enemies and when they die we don’t attend their funerals.”

“Are you sure you read the letter which we sent to you?” asked a perplexed Mbuzi. “Yes, the letter was read by one of our most educated residents of our village.” “Let me see the letter then?” requested Mbuzi. “Here it is,” said the Headman as he passed the letter to Mr Mbuzi.  “Yes this is the letter we sent you but it was wrongly interpreted to you. The person who read the letter gave you false information. He is responsible for the deaths of the people.” “I can’t believe that,” said the headman.

Mbuzi continued, “The rules are simple, wash your hands after using the toilet, toilet means even in the bush. Avoid shaking hands when greeting people, in case you do, wash your hands before you eat anything. Avoid attending funerals or any other gatherings where cholera can be easily transferrable. In case of anyone exhibiting symptoms of cholera, which are vomiting and passing watery stool rush them to the nearest Rural Health Centre or clinic.”

Word went round that officials from the Ministry of Health had arrived in the village and revealed that Kalinso misinformed the villagers. “Father of Mwepu, I am told the Village Headman wants you over that letter you read,” said Chisanga after she overhead women discussing the issue at the water well. “My wife, we have to run away at once,” Kalinso suggested. “Where to then?” “Just come don’t ask too many questions. The Headman has always been jealous of my education. He will jump at any opportunity to throw me out of the village. Let us go to Mansa so that I can get a job.”

Kalinso and his family arrived in Mansa after three days and found a house in Senema compound. “My husband, we have now been here in Senema for one month and you can’t find a job. We ran away from Sokolola for you to find a job, what’s happening?” “My wife this problem is everywhere, people in these government offices here are scared once I tell them that I have a degree which I obtained from Bufi Primary School.” “But we need to eat; I can’t continue begging for food from neighbours every day.” “If the ones nearby have know the gimmick try those a few meters away.”

“Kalinso, it’s either you pay me or you vacate my house” shouted the landlord. “Boss, give me two days I will pay,” pleaded Kalinso. “In two days time, I will come with my boys and throw you out. No more stories, do you understand!” shouted the landlord

After the landlord had left, Chisanga continued applying pressure, “How can you get a job when you are here all the time? Try and mix with your fellow men at the town centre.”

That afternoon, Kalinso left for the town centre to see what he could do. “Today, we will eat something decent,” he announced the moment he arrived back from town. “What is it?” “I managed to buy some fish.” “Thank God, we had all turned into vegetarians,” said Chisanga with a sigh of relief.

“I met a very cleaver young man by the name of Popo in town today. We helped a businessman from Kaputa to load goods on his truck and he paid us” said Kalinso while they were having dinner that evening. ‘You see, but don’t forget you have to look for money for rent or else we will be evicted.” “Yes the young man told me that he has a business proposal which I will learn about tomorrow.” “That sounds good we praise God for that.”

The following day, Kalinso left very early in the morning to meet his business partner. ‘Big man after working with you yesterday, I know you could do more than manual work. I would like you to be my business partner,” said Popo. “My young brother, just tell me what you want me to do and I will be there for you.”

Popo laughed and cleared his throat, “Take it easy big man, it’s very simple business. My elder sister from Lusaka has sent me a photocopying machine.” “I see. Do you want me to sell or what?” interjected Kalinso. “No, please take it ease, let me explain.” “Okay, go on.” “Yes, so I want to start making books.” “I don’t know anything about books,” lamented Kalinso. “Don’t worry, here is the deal. Parents are always buying text books for their children at a very high cost. What I want to do is buy a few copies of the books that are in the bookshop and photocopy them and offer them to parents at half the price.”

“I don’t understand what you are talking about! Tell me, what do you want me to do?” “Okay, you will stand near the entrance to the bookshop and offer our books to the parents before they go in at half the price.” “That’s all you want me to do?” “Yes.” “I will pay you 30 percent for every book you sell.” “I disparately need money. When can I start?” “I already have made some primary school text books, you can start even today.”

“Don’t waste your money on expensive books, buy cheap ones from Popo Bookstore,” shouted Kalinso as he blocked people from entering the bookshop. “How much is the grade 5 Bemba text book?” asked one lady. “Inside the bookshop it is K30,000, but because you are my sister, I will give it to you at K20,000 today.” “Make it K15,000, I will buy” “Okay my sister bring the money.”

Within one hour Kalinso had sold all the 50 copies of text books which Popo had photocopied. He then went back to cash for the day.  “Well done big man,” said an elated Popo. “Let’s count the money, I want to go and surprise my wife.” “You have done well you have raised K750,000 in one day. According to what we agreed you cut is K225,000.” Kalinso jumped in the air, “Mwaice wandi, am I dreaming or is it real? Pinch me chimwaiche before I faint! Pinch me!”

“Give me two meters of sausage and three meters of beef,” shouted Kalinso as he showed off in a butcher shop. The people around him burst into laughter, “Meat is sold in kilogrammes and not meters,” said one man. “Shut up you poor chap, I am not talking to you,” responded Kalinso. 

On his way home he passed through the bottle store, “Today, I will not drink mad but filtered beer. Give me ten bottles of Mosi beer.” “Do you have empties?” asked the young man behind the counter. Include the price of the bottles as well, we are rich. I was born to enjoy.”

He got home just after 18 00 hours, “Bana Mwepu, what have you cooked today?” “I have prepared kapenta.” “Feed that to the dogs.” ‘Why?” “Woman don’t question my authority, I am the head of the house.” “Today, my wife you can cook and eat whatever you like, I have bought sausage and beef.” “What has happened?” “I have now found a proper connection through my young boy Popo.”

The days that followed, Kalinso continued to sell books and made a lot of money. He became very big headed. One afternoon, a child from the neighbourhood came and found him relaxing on the veranda. “My mother has sent me to come and ask for some salt,” the boy said. “Have you seen a salt mine here? Go and tell your father that if he can’t buy salt, you can as well go back to the village.” Just then Chisanga came out of the house, “Bashi Mwepu, is that what you can tell the young boy?” “Woman, you shut up your dirty mouth. Do you know where this money comes from? Get inside before I forget that you are my wife!”

One Saturday morning Kalinso was busy with his business of selling photocopied books when he was approached by a man, “I would like to buy 200 text books.” “I am sorry I don’t have that many now, I suggest that we go to the factory,” responded Kalinso.  So the two walked to the place where Popo was photocopying the books.

“This is the place. Wait here, let me call the owner.” Two minutes later, Kalinso and Popo came out, “This is the customer I was talking about.” Popo was very happy, “Big man, come, let’s talk business. To show our appreciation, we will even give you some generous discount.”

After entering the room where Popo was making books, a vehicle full of police officers stopped outside. The officers surrounded the factory while two entered the room.

“Kalinso and Popo you are under arrest,” Police officer Jere read the case to them, “You have been breaking the law of copyright of Zambia by photocopying and selling books without the permission of the publisher.  The law protects the economic and moral rights of the publisher. It takes a lot of commitment and hard work to write a book. In most cases individuals invest time and financial resources to publish books and the law protects them.”

In court, Kalinso pleaded, “I didn’t know that what I was doing was a crime. Popo hired me to sell books on his behalf.” Kalinso and Popo were then jailed for ten years with hard labour.













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