Chalo Chatu:Today's featured article/March 4, 2018

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The Bahá'í Faith in Zambia began in 1952 with the arrival of a British pioneer named Eric Manton. The first local convert was Christopher Mwitumwa in 1954. The number of Bahá'ís in Zambia was estimated at 162,443 in 2000, or 1.70% of the total population, according to It also ranks Zambia's as the tenth-largest national Bahá'í community in the world in absolute terms, and the fourth-largest in Africa. (Full article...)