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On Perspectives we’ll have a ZBTR Round table dealing with the thorny issue though being treated as a norm in Zambia’s political arena – defections and expulsions of members of parliament. Former ruling party MMD has just expelled its Mafinga MP, Catherine Namugala and recently lost Mpongwe MP, Gabriel Namulambe, who defected to the ruling PF.
Ms Miniver Mutesa the MMD’s choice for the Mpongwe constituency, Ms Namugala and other contentious political players will join us in this discussion to explain their action which do not seem to have any consideration for the economic cost of meagre national resources. Join us for one of our indepth and probing discussions
Join us Saturday 18th January 2014 , 7am GMT, 09:00hrs Zambian time when we host zambian politician Dr Love MUTESA .
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Join us saturday Morning 16th November 2013 at 07:00am GMT, 08:00am Zambian time when we
feature Dr Fredrick Mtesa President for Zambia Empowerment & Development as we discuss his statement supporting the printing of 10 copies of the draft Constitution , we ask him for his opinion on political violence.
In the second segment we feature Isaac Komaki PF Acting Lusaka District Chairman to discuss the recent violence that has rocked the PF Party where he was a victim of the machete hacking
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Join us on Saturday 13July for an exciting show on CROSSFIRE at 7am BST , 08:00 CAT when we feature EHCOSU president Inambao Sitwala on the situation at Evelyn Hone College. In the second segment, we speak to opposition ZED president Dr Fred Mutesa on the political situation in Zambia.We bring you the latest and the best of Zambia's current affairs as they happen . WE ARE CROSSFIRE! Listen in by logging on www.blogtalkradio.com/politicalcrossfire Call in on 00 1 347 838 8065( USA) , 00 44 114 3601992( UK) or Skype : Mueti2004 .. We have now acquired a South African number which is charged at local Zambian rates. Just call 0027110838869 during the show.
Dr Mutesa, who is president of Zambians for Empowerment and Development, has said that "people this year must be keen on choosing a leadership that had demonstrated interest for their numerous problems." He talks to us about the 2011 General Elections, his campaign stretegies and what he intends to do if he is elected President of Zambia.
Join us for our special feature as we talk to Gerald Phiri, Zane Jordan & Prince Mumba our Zambian Olympians, they will share with us what it takes to qualify and attain to that level of competition. Zambia managed to send only 7 athletes to the just ended London Olympics, what sort of preparations are done to achieve winning medals? What is the relationship between Diaspora based athletes and the relevant sports bodies in Zambia? Is there adequate and advance lobbying done for sponsorship? We will also be joined by Coach Alick Musukuma to strategize for Rio 2016 and a mobilization road map.
Dr Fredrick Mutesa is an interim president of a new political party called Zambians for Empowerment and Development (ZED), which was formed in June 2009. He is also a development studies lecturer in the Department of Development Studies at the University of Zambia. He will explain the party's vision and why they feel Zambia needs another party.
The Year at the Oscars series finally returns! Tonight, we pick up where we left off last year, as we go in chronological order and take a look at one year in the history of the movies and the Oscars, examining the movies of that year, and break down the Academy's choice for Best Picture, in this case, the 1942 war drama MRS. MINIVER, which won the Academy's top prize. You'll be transported back to 1942 with top music of the time period, and clips from the Best Picture choice and other movies as well.