• 02:02

    Africa On The Move

    in Radio

    Join "Africa On The Move" Sundays from 7-9 PM EST. We seek to be a voice for the voiceless...and speak truth to power at all times. Join us by listening at 323-679-0841 or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move. This week, Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015, we will be discussing "Incarceration of Cities & People of Color, How, Why & Who?"...America One Big Prison! Join Us.

  • 02:01

    Africa On The Move

    in Radio

    "Fighting Terrorism....What Does This Really Mean?" Join Us, African On The Move, Sunday, Jan. 18, 2015 from 7 - 9 PM EST. You may listen in at 323-679-0841 or go online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move.

  • Africa On The Move

    in Radio

    Join "Africa On The Move" tonight at 7 PM EST, Sunday, January 4, 2015. We will feature a perspective on the upcoming event "Virginia's People's Assembly Conference" and a Review of Past Key Events from the Year 2014. Join us by listening in at 323-679-0841 or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move.

  • 02:06

    Voices of South Africa with Don

    in Politics Conservative

    They say by middle age you should have settled down and have gone around the block a few times, repeating the same year every year. For me it has been more a case of getting up on the block and falling off it or finding another one again and again and thus having 30 different years over the past 3 decades. This has given me a unique insight.


    Born in Benoni near Johannesburg back in the 60’s my mother, a single parent with 3 boys, was hard at work finding a replacement father, while we were fed by family, friends and church. We brought ourselves up playing in the fields, streets and dams of the greater residential area, something you could do quite safely then. Although Afrikaans, we were sent to English school which was walking distance as there was no money for bus fare to the Afrikaans school. In those days of Eurocentricity it was considered a wise thing by some.


    I discovered what steak was at age 14 when my Mother remarried, and saw TV for the first time as television was introduced into SA despite Apartheid’s best efforts. We moved to the Cape and after high school, I had to do my compulsory military service as there was no money for further studies.  University was not free in Apartheid SA and cost the price of a house then.


    Like most of us, the two years in the army was bittersweet. You’re glad you had the experience but would have preferred not to even though you knew it was good for you. I spent three quarters of it up on the border (South West Africa and Angola), driving tanker trucks with aviation fuel and diesel to wherever the helicopters and tanks needed them.


    Back in civvy street the only choice was to get a job to pay rent and buy food. There was no safety net or grants in Apartheid SA. By age 23 I was awarded a Singer Franchise which was shortlived as the local monopoly supermarket chain decided to enter that market too and I became another small business destroyed by big business.

  • 02:05

    Africa On The Move

    in Radio

    Special Edition of "Africa On The Move" Thursday, December 25, 2014 from 8:30 - 10:30 p.m. est. Open Topics and the question for tonight is: What was the most significant event/s that had the greatness impact on you, your community or people, in 2014? Call in at 323-679-0841 or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move.



     

  • 00:53

    The Day of the Lord

    in Religion

    Is the day of the Lord a single day??? We open up and expand in this particular episode about the day of the Lord.


    In the common understanding the day of the Lord is nothing but destruction for most of mankind what with the multitudes destined for destruction by God himself through judgment and then satan and the anti-christ .... well we have been given a horrific scenario. Then on the other hand we keep hearing of the last day revival .... and in most of the prophetic camp we are told to hunker down and just weather the storm in fearfulness and trembling. So who is right?? All or none or just one viewpoint ?? What if I tell you that these positions are partially right .... would you believe it?


    Isa_2:12  For the day of the LORD of hosts shall be upon every one that is proud and lofty, and upon every one that is lifted up; and he shall be brought low:

  • 00:36

    Meet the folks behind IDDA Africa!

    in Entrepreneur

    Interview with IDDA Africa's co-founder, Head of Marketing and contributor Marushka Baoh.


    Find out more about one of the brains behind the organization on her profile here.


    Find out more about the organization here. 


    Click here to contact them.


     


     


     

  • 02:04

    Africa On The Move

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    Join "Africa On The Move" on Sundays at 7PM est, online at www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move, or dial in at 323-679-0841 to shall your views and comments on topics of importance to Africa and the African communities worldwide. Tonight night program features: "Cuba  - U.S. Relations and Obama's Press Conference" and "FEMA, the Role of the Church & Incarceration."

  • 02:01

    Africa On The Move

    in Radio

    Join "Africa On The Move" Sundays at 7:00 p.m.. You may call in or listen by dialing 323-679-0841 or go online www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move. We seek to be a voice for the voiceless and is a part of the on going Pan-African Movement. One of the major topic tonight will be: "History & Black/African Radio and the Removal of Black/African Militant Thought - Hip-Hop and Politics."

  • 02:17

    Voices of South Africa with Johann

    in Politics Conservative

    I am a South African born white male and was born in the middle sixties. My family has been in South Africa since the middle 17th century. My forefathers from my dad’s side came to South Africa from Germany and later married a girl from the Netherlands over here. My history goes back to a Germany back to the 12th century in a town called Griebenow in North East Germany. I grew up in a mostly Afrikaans environment and I have 3 brothers and 1 sister.


    I have my own small one man business specialising in the design, manufacture and installation of kitchen & bathroom cabinetry. I am a keen photographer, philosopher, human rights activist and I play Squash (similar to Racket ball in the USA) at least three times a week. I played rugby, participated in Amateur wrestling and Mixed martial arts. Nowadays I stick to self protection art like Krav Maga and keep fit by doing a lot of jogging, swimming and spending time outdoors. Now, that is when I am not online trying to save the world…..


    I have studied Sales Marketing  management and I am also studying part time towards obtaining my International accreditation as an Installation Electrician at a local technical college. I finished High school at the age of 18 and I had to do National service in the South African Military Services (SADF) as a White male after High school as it was the law in South Africa at the time (Conscription compulsory military service). I opted to sign up for permanent service in the South African Navy for almost 5 years.


     


    South Africa was involved in the Angolan Bush War during that time and we took part in many operations in and outside our borders. I left the Navy and went on to work and study part time in the Sales and Marketing field for several years. I later became involved in the Insurance industry and became involved with insurance brokering and later worked as Sales and Marketing Director in a privately owned company.

  • 02:41

    White Genocide in South Africa: On the Front Lines of Aid

    in Politics Conservative

    The sad reality of South Africa today is that many minority (Whites are the minority in S. Africa) families cannot even feed themselves, children don't have winter coats, food is scarce and healthcare nearly non-existent.  Many of these families don't even have a place to call home.  Additionally, there are many thousands of whites living inside and outside of 'squatter camps', lacking even the most basic necessities of life. With recent employment law changes in South Africa, Whites are almost completely excluded from the current job market and there is no government assistance there, like there is here in the United States, to assist those in this position. The post-apartheid system is discriminatory towards Whites they are suffering greatly as a result.


    Valiant efforts are underway to curtail these horrors, both from individuals as well as from a scant few organizations, and during the show this Sunday at 7pmCST, we will welcome two guests that will shed light on these efforts and WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP.


    Debbie, a private individual living in South Africa and Leigh from the South Africa Family Relief Project (SAFRP) both work FEVERISHLY to collect and distribute monetary and physical goods and donations that they use to provide housing, food, clothing, basic necessities and mental health services to these White minority crime victims and their families living in extreme poverty in South Africa. They work selflessly to ease the pain and bridge the gaps for the increasingly discriminated against White population suffering unspeakable horrors in post-apartheid South Africa.


    Join myself, James Royster, the Host and Voice of American White History Month Radio Talk Show, along with our guests, this Sunday evening, January 25th at 7pmCST.  As always, this is a CALL IN SHOW so callers can dial (347) 637-3768 to call into the show to ask quesitons and/or discuss this heart-wrenching topic with our guests.

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