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    Hi everyone
    My name is Ethan Kafwani I am a United Nations 2019 East & Southern Africa Volunteer champion of the year Awards winner. I lifted the Zambian flag in Nairobi Kenya on 6th December 2019 "see the Facebook link attached, ". I am a Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) TV Zambia Correspondent Coordinator, business entrepreneur and founder of New Afrika Talent which is a talent and media private company based in Midrand South Africa. Being a youth chairperson for Zambians living in South Africa (ZASA) Midrand branch from 2016 to 2018, I served the Zambian youth community in South Africa through media and entrepreneurship programs. Commonly known as Kopala-Jozi, I successfully empowered two Zambian upcoming music artists from Copperbelt Zambia HUSH Tiger "see the link: " and Shili Baby "see the link: " respectively whom I also successfully produced their first ever music videos in Johannesburg and introduced them to upcoming South African music artists for collaborations. In 2018 I documented Zambians living in South Africa and managed to interview HE. Mr. Emmanuel Mwamba who was the Zambian High Commissioner to South Africa, Mr. Ferdinand Semenya who is the president for the Zambians living in South Africa (ZASA), Mr. Yamba who is the president for Zambians Tumfwane in South Africa (ZATUSA) and many other business men and women living in South Africa "see the link: .

    Being a Guerrilla Film Producer in diaspora, I have continued lifting the Zambian national flag through production of short movies, documentaries and educative programs such as Dream Afrikan Child and The Africa we want which you can view on and other YouTube links here provided. to the community! -Zambia](/topic/558/introduce-yourself-to-the-community-zambia)

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