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    in The Bible


    Ida Mukuka, is a widowed mother of two biological children and an orphaned son. In 2001, soon after her brother died of AIDS, she began working as an HIV counselor. Ida advised HIV positive pregnant women on the prevention of mother-to-child transmission and provided care and support to people living with HIV. Her remarkable story is chronicled in Stephanie Nolens book: 28 stories of AIDS IN AFRICA. In 2003 while working as an aids counselor, Ida tested positive. After learning her status, Ida became an even more vocal and passionate activist for people living with HIV and AIDS. She was permoted to the role of DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY OUTREACH. at the CENTER FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASE RESEARCH IN Zambia ( CIDRZ), where she helped to create support groups and a pure education program while people living with HIV and AIDS were provided with counseling and support services to the public offering antiretrovial drugs.

    Ida's leadership and activism earned her a fellowship to study at the Coady International Institute at St Xavier University in Halifax Nova Scotia. While studying at St Fx she was awarded the Catherine Fleming Award for International development. For the last five years, Ida has been a full time Field Representive for SLF in Africa where she has used her skills and experience to help build the capacity of grassroots AIDS organizations throughtout Sub Saharion africa.

    * Contact info: www.stephenlewisfoundation.org  and www.grandmotherscampaign.org 1-888-203-9990 ext 230

  • 02:00

    Diasporan Truth with Mukuka Mayuka

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    This weekend on "Diasporan Truth" we will be talking about African communities in the diaspora. Are they harmful or helpful? When we leave our home countries and arrive in our adopted homes, the first thing we miss is seeing and receiving support from our family and friends.  Depending on the size, functionality and location of the community, often there will be associations already set up to assist new comers to settle in smoothly and deal with accommodation, employment, education,health and childcare issues. However, not all communities are created equal. Stories of ineffectual assistance/support programs, mismanaged community funds, bickering, disorganised and infrequent meet ups trickle through the grapevine. We would love for you to participate in the show by sharing your experiences, commenting on the topic and asking any questions!


    Mr Innocent Kabwe is the Managing Director of Falls FM Ltd a newly incorporated company set to venture in the electronic media industry by operating a radio broadcasting station in the tourist capital of Zambia, Livingstone. Mr Kabwe has vast experience in the media industry having worked at the national broadcaster Zambia National Broadcasting Corperation and other private stations in different capacities. He has also done media consultancy work for numerous organizations.
    Mr Kabwe joins us to discuss the station’s primary objective of promoting tourism, talk shows, radio fan clubs among other interesting layouts. The station is currently running test transmission expected to end by End of July and full transmission is expected in August 2012 once the Ministry of Information grants it a certificate.

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    Diasporan Truth - Social Good Summit 2013

    in Lifestyle

    Mukuka Mayuka is back on Diasporan Truth! Where do big ideas meet new media to create innovative solutions? Social Good Summit 2013! This conference which takes place during UN week from September 22 - 24 will bring together influential minds and activists to unlock the potential of new media and technology. The United Nations Development Programme Zambia has teamed with C1rca1964 to organise the Lusaka Social Good Summit.Host Twaambo Kapilikisha and Mukuka will be discussing what the social good summit is, how you can participate and the impact it hopes to make on Zambia. Diasporan Truth will air at 6 a.m. PST, 9 a.m. EST, 14 hrs BST, 15 hrs CAT and 9 p.m. WST (Australia/Pacific).You can participate  by:calling 1-347-237-4270 (this number is also Skype ready)or sending a tweet to @z

  • 02:01

    Diasporan truth-Lusaka Social Media Day

    in Lifestyle

    This week on Diasporan truth Host Twaambo Kapilikisha speaks to Mukuka Mayuka, co- founder of C1rca1964 about Lusaka Social Media day 2013. Social Media Day is an annual global event on June 30 that recognizes the digital revolution happening right before our eyes. Lusaka, Zambia will be participating in Social Media Day 2013 for the first time on Saturday June 29 through an event organized by Social Media Management + Content Generation firm ; C1rca 1964 and tech hub, BongoHive.
    The show will air at 6 a.m. PST, 9 a.m. EST, 14 hrs BST, 15 hrs CAT and 9 p.m. WST (Australia/Pacific).participate on the show by:
    calling 1-347-237-4270 (this number is also Skype ready) sending a tweet to @zambiablogradio or @bookwormgiraffe posting a message on our Facebook wall You can also participate via skype by adding ZBTR Discuss to your contact list

  • 00:58

    Diasporan Truth-The Preservation of Cultural Heritage

    in Lifestyle

    A review of an 'insaka'  discussion about the preservation of our Zambian/African culture in a fast changing world.
    Hosts Mukuka and Twaambo will be reviewing and discussing in depth the opinions expressed during this insaka.
    Airs  6 a.m. PST, 9 a.m. EST, 14 hrs BST, 15 hrs CAT and 9 p.m. WST (Australia/Pacific).

  • 01:59

    Diasporan Truth | Zambia Business Forum

    in News

    1st hour : Hosts Mukuka Mayuka and Twaambo Kapilikisha chat to Samba Yonga
    2nd hour : Host Matila Mwaba Lucas discusses the latest in business

  • 00:55

    Diasporan Truth *REPLAY* | Mr Joseph Brown

    in Business

    Diasporan Truth *replay*
    In this past epsiode of  Diasporan Truth, host Mukuka Mayuka chatted with Mr Joseph Brown, CEO of the Zambian online resource website and magazine, The Best of Zambia.
    The Best of Zambia is a Zambian based business that primarily is an online resource for products and services in Zambia. The company also provides On-line advertising, website design, e-marketing and social media promotion from Zambian businesses that either have an established online presence or those that have no online presence at all.  We will be talking to Mr Brown about the creation of the site, the importance of  Zambian businesses having an online presence and how the business scene in Zambia is developing

  • 00:59

    Diasporan Truth | Lusaka at 100

    in News

    This year the city of Lusaka turns 100. Hosts Mukuka and Twaambo shall be discussing the city's history, it's importance and why other cities in Zambia also need to have a spotlight shone on them.

  • 00:57

    Diasporan Truth | Are we a ntion of talkers?

    in Lifestyle

    Are we a nation of talkers instead of doers? Are we elitist? For  many years, many Zambians have sat around and discussed solutions to our countries problem often blaming the government, department heads etc for the deterioration of our schools, hospitals, roads etc.
    Do we think that only an elite group of highly educated and connected people can effect the change that we want? So, YES! Diasporan Truth hosts Mukuka and Twaambo shall be talking again for the last time (hopefully) about what actions we need to take as citizens and how we need to include all Zambians in our discussions.
    Diasporan Truth will air at 6 a.m. PST, 9 a.m. EST, 14 hrs BST, 15 hrs CAT and 9 p.m. WST (Australia/Pacific).
    You can participate on the show by:
    calling 1-347-237-4270 (this number is also Skype ready) sending a tweet to @zambiablogradio or @mskkj posting a message on our Facebook wall

  • 02:00

    Diasporan Truth + Business Forum

    in News

    This weekend on Diasporan Truth, host Mukuka Mayuka is joined by new co-host, Twaambo Kapilikisha to talk about what it means to be "un-African or un-Zambian woman.As modern Zambian women the hosts have noted how the Zambian press and African media at large often dismiss or discredit female politicians by painting their actions as "un-womanly"Discussion points: How African culture plays a part in policing African's women's behaviour How Zambian women in the diaspora are viewed What does it mean to be "Un-African" or "Un-Zambian"For some extra reading | "Being Un-African" http://www.diasporandarlings.com/life-in-the-d/being-unafrican

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