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Drought parches southern Africa, millions faced with hunger

An estimated 45 million people are threatened with hunger by a severe drought strangling wide stretches of southern Africa.


Wide-eyed in Zambia: Africa’s last great place

I’d forgotten how it feels on your first day in the bush. Exhilarated and wide-eyed. Over the moon. And then, sobering up, eager but cautious. A safari lodge is a …


UPDATED: Fri., Jan. 4, 2019

Teaching journalism in Africa part of mission to educate, empower

Holley Gilbert retired on a Friday in March. Come Monday morning, she was on a plane headed toward a three-month visit in Africa.


Zambian teachers attend two-week GU master’s program

When 25 lecturers from Charles Lwanga College of Education in the Republic of Zambia arrived in Spokane almost two weeks ago, the only thing that seemed familiar was the temperature …


Project to help feed shunned Zambians

A group of Gonzaga University students is relying on chickens to expand the school’s relationship with aid organizations in Zambia. Aubrey Weber, Joe Worthey, Max Bear and Jordan Madrid have …


Spokane missionaries die in Africa air crash

A Spokane couple doing missionary work in Africa died over the weekend in a plane crash in northwest Zambia, leaving behind two young children. Jay and Katrina Erickson, who attended …


Spokane missionaries in Zambia die in plane crash

A Spokane couple doing missionary work in Africa died over the weekend in a plane crash in northwest Zambia, leaving behind two young children.


Zambia wins African Cup at site of 1993 tragedy

LUSAKA, Zambia – Zambians poured out of their houses, clubs and bars to celebrate in the streets early Monday after watching their team beat Ivory Coast 8-7 on penalties in …