Tawny Gray, born Toin Adams in 1965 in Kitwe, Zambia, is a sculptor working in steel, acrylic, fibreglass and other media. She spent her early childhood in eastern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), and late teen years, from 1980, in South Africa, where she attended the National School of the Arts, Johannesburg. In 1985 she moved to England, where she began her career in sculpting.
Lottie Mwale (14 April 1952 – 18 October 2005) was a Zambian male Light Heavyweight-class boxer who was Commonwealth and African Boxing Union champion for more than six years. Mwale, who is Zambia’s greatest boxer also won the World Boxing Council (WBC) International title after defeating Ray Acquaye of Ghana in eight rounds in Lusaka in December 1990.
Field Ruwe (born 8 August 1955) is a Zambian educator, historian, author, and media practitioner currently based in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. In Zambia, Ruwe is known as a radio and television host, entertainer, and entrepreneur.
Rotson Kilambe (born August 6, 1978 in Kitwe) is a retired Zambian footballer.
Colin Andrew Wilkie Cowie (born 3 January 1962) is a South African lifestyle guru and party planner to the stars, television personality and writer.
Dennis Lota (8 November 1973 – 4 February 2014) was a Zambian football striker.
Biggie Mbasela (24 October 1962 – 1 May 2000), better known as Gibby Mbasela is a former Zambian footballer who played for Kalulushi Modern Stars, Mufulira Wanderers, Nkana Red Devils, 1. FC Union Berlin of Germany and Tunisian champions Esperance. Renowned for his dribbling skills, Mbasela was voted Zambian Footballer of the Year in 1990.
Hennie Bekker (born 1934) is a Juno-nominated, Zambian-born composer, arranger, producer and keyboardist based in Toronto, Canada. His career has run the spectrum from jazz fusion and film scoring to New Age and techno. A Juno Award winner for his work with techno-driven trio BKS, Bekker also helped pioneer melding soft melodies with the nature-driven environmental recordings of Dan Gibson, founder of Solitudes.
Frederick Jacob Titus Chiluba (April 30, 1943 – June 18, 2011) was a Zambian politician who was the second President of Zambia from 1991 to 2002. Chiluba, a trade union leader, won the country's multi-party presidential election in 1991 as the candidate of the Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD), defeating long-time President Kenneth Kaunda. He was re-elected in 1996. As he was unable to run for a third term in 2001, former Vice President Levy Mwanawasa instead ran as the MMD candidate and succeeded him. After leaving office, Chiluba was the subject of a long investigation and trial regarding alleged corruption; he was eventually acquitted in 2009.
Patrick Mambwe ( (1944-06-08) 8 June 1944 (age 71)) born in Kitwe is a Zambian professional fly/super fly/bantam/super bantam/featherweight boxer of the 1960s and '70s who won the Zambia bantamweight title, and Commonwealth flyweighttitle, his professional fighting weight varied from 111 lb (50 kg; 7 st 13 lb), i.e. flyweight to 125 lb (57 kg; 8 st 13 lb), i.e. Featherweight.
Rainford Kalaba (born 14 August 1986 in Kitwe) is a Zambian professional footballer who currently plays for TP Mazembe.
Kenneth Conrad Jackson (born August 16, 1964 in Kitwe) is a former first class cricketer. Jackson was born in Zambia but played the majority of his cricket in South Africa with Boland, having previously played for Western Province with whom he spent his first three seasons. He is the half brother of Jonathan Trott.
Edsard Frederik Schlingemann (6 September 1966 – 8 May 1990) was a Dutch swimmer who competed in at the Olympic Games of 1984 in Los Angeles. He finished seventh in the 4×200 m freestyle relay and failed to reach the final of the 4×100 m freestyle relay. Schlingemann also missed the finals in his 100 m freestyle and 200 m individual medley races.
Isaac Chansa (born 23 March 1984 in Kitwe) is a Zambian footballer.
Kenneth Malitoli (born 20 August 1966) is a Zambian coach and former footballer. Nicknamed 'Bubble', Malitoli is one of Zambia's most decorated players and was Zambian league top scorer in three consecutive seasons, as well as top scorer in Tunisia in 1993 and 1994. He is regarded as Nkana Football Club's most prolific striker after Bernard Chanda. He won the CAF Champions League with Tunisian giants Esperance in 1994 and featured at four CAN tournaments in 1990, 1994, 1996 and 1998. Malitoli is currently coaching Zambian Division I South side Lusaka City Council.
Moonga K. Kapambwe (born 3 September 1996), better known by his stage name, Moonga K., is a singer-songwriter from Zambia.
David Sande Chipandwe (born 9 April 1947), better known as Dave Sunday is former Zambian goalkeeper. Chipandwe played for Kitwe United and Nchanga Rangers and was part of the Zambian squad during the country’s first ever Cup of Nations outing at Egypt 1974.
Pearson Mwanza (1 January 1968 - 23 March 1997) was a Zambia international football forward.
Davies Mwape (born 5 December 1986) is a Zambian football striker who currently plays for Zanaco F.C.. He has played for clubs in Zambia, South Africa and Tanzania.
Gillian ("Gill") Cowley (born July 8, 1955 in Kitwe, Northern Rhodesia) is a former hockey player from Zimbabwe, who was a member of the national team that won the gold medal at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow.