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Are you tired of reading or listening to other people's opinions or commentaries about Zambian? Then tune in to The Mwewa Mwape Report. Mwewa is our reporter based in Kabwe, Zambia who travels a lot and reports news as it happens, fair and balanced. Mwewa, says no opinions and no commentaries here, just pure news talk., unbiased news you can only get here. He reports, you decide. You can always catch Mwewa on Diaspora Voice every second Saturday of each month.
Tired of reading or listening to other people's opinions about Zambian news? Tune in to The Mwewa Mwape Report. Mwewa is our reporter based in Kabwe, Zambia who travels a lot and reports news as it happens, fair and balanced news. Mwewa, says no opinions and no commentaries here, just pure news talk. He reports, you decide. You can always catch Mwewa on Diaspora Voice every second Saturday of each month.
Then, Dr. Kennedy Malama Chibwe, Board President of the Zambia Diaspora Business Group, Inc. (not related or affiliated with Zambia Diaspora Voice talkshow) will announce the formation of this Business Group.
Roseta Mwape is the Chief Executive Officer of Zambia Association of Manufacturers (ZAM) which acts as the voice of industry and represents the interests of the entire manufacturing sector and other related economic sectors in Zambia. Its major objective is to promote the manufacturing base of the country. Roseta joins us on the show to discuss ZAM’s overview of the year 2011, reflections on the AGOA Forum hosted by Zambia in June, and the implications of the 2011 national budget to ZAM’s general membership.
Robert Sichinga of Strategic Shift will be in the show to share details about the African Diaspora Marketplace (ADM). ADM is a “business plan competition designed to support the entrepreneurial spirit and resources of the U.S.-based African diaspora community to promote economic development in Sub-Saharan Africa by facilitating diaspora direct investment in viable small and medium enterprises.” It is sponsored by USAID and the Western Union Company.
Roseta Mwape is the Chief Executive Officer of Zambia Association of Manufacturers is the voice of industry and represents the interests of the entire manufacturing sector and other related economic sectors in Zambia. Its major objective is to promote the manufacturing base of the country. Miss Mwape was among the delegates from Zambia who attended the Africa- USA Business Convention & Expo in Las Vegas. Cosmas Katunta of Ecobank, the Pan African Bank, will also join us to discuss the services provided by his bank and give us his perspective of the convention. Other guests will also include Mr Hector Banda the Executive Chairman of Sylva Group of Companies and Mr Patrick Munyaradzi of Luxury Leathers,
This is it! After nine months of interviewing people from around the world, it has come down to the wire. On this show, James looks at life before Brain Drain talk show and its future. He also talks about the 2009 Rising Star Award, the business investments and his 30 years of walking with Jesus.
Thandiwe Tchiyiwe Chihana is a social entrepreneur, activist, poet, liberal feminist, blogger and current holder of the Mwape Peer Award for Leadership. Thandiwe is a Policy and Research Director for DEWA Project which she co-founded in 2010. DEWA is a social enterprise with a vision of dignity and respect for all women. DEWA is a campaigning, training, mentoring and consultancy organisation working on women's issues with extensive expertise on women from BME backgrounds
"The book “Satisfying Zambian Hunger for Culture” by Prof Mwizenge S. Tembo is finally published.The 3 other contributors in the book are Ms. Ruth Mugala in Zambia, Ms. Claire Miti in the United Kingdom, and Mr. James Mwape in the United States. His Excellency the First President of Zambia, Dr. Kenneth Kaunda, was gracious enough to give his blessings to the book by writing the foreword.
What is the book about? We Zambians are experiencing tremendous social change, cultural tensions, and sometimes confusion during the last 48 years since our political independence in 1964. Many people migrated into the cities and professionals immigrated and scattered abroad in a growing Diaspora." Please, join us as we talk to Prof. Tembo about his new book.
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