Zambian Writer and Blogger Sandra Chimpala

Who do you aspire to be?

To be an example of a woman doing well in a predominantly masculine field to be an aspiration for many girls who have self-doubts about what careers they can take up and enjoy.

What motivates you to do your job?

The requests for more from people, my love of writing and my thirst for knowledge on new trends and topics.

When are you most satisfied?

When I hit ‘Publish’ or ‘Post’, knowing that I did good in a blog, and especially when I receive positive feedback about an article.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

As one of the most trusted tech thought leaders and the best tech blogger the country has ever had.

How do you stay up to date with your industry?

Read everything I can from other tech news sites and blogs, as well as attend technology events locally. I also watch hashtags (the simplest way to find out people’s interests in the tech field)

Check out my blog at  Created with the aim of providing valuable insights, news, and reviews on the latest gadgets, software, and tech-related products that are available in Zambia and beyond.


A Zambian site sharing quick read articles around work, money and adulting life with selective interviews and quotes.
The founder, editor and lead writer who left university with a good grasp of public administration, economics, money, banking and international relations is also qualified in journalism and creative writing. She has been published in Drum and The BBC Focus on Africa Magazine and has been featured in several local and international publications.
An avid bird watcher with an extraordinary fondness for chikanda ( a Zambian delicatessen that vegans and non-vegans world-wide are putting on their bucket list ) she often tweets in poetry and short prose @kwachalelo