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  • 01:58

    IC: Lameck and Febby Kaira | Open Forum

    in Lifestyle

    Today on Ichalo Chesu we are talking to a dynamic couple that sends school supplies to Zambia. Lameck and Febby Kaira are the founders of Daliso School Support Association. Daliso School Support Association (DSSA), a registered NPO in Texas has its Mission to assist and encourage a child’s level of interest and value in education through providing them with school supplies to promote their learning capabilities. DSSA believes that Children are the leaders of tomorrow, and that education is a Human Right and Key to Success. DSSA’s Purpose is simply to give hope, inspire and empower the children to reach within their God given abilities.


    More info:Febby Kaira graduated from Missouri State University, Springfield, MO with a Bachelors’ degree in Social work. Febby Kaira has eight plus years of experience in Human and Social Services. Febby Kaira has experienced and viewed the extreme conditions at her native homeland; therefore, dedicating her life and has chosen to use her Social Work profession to serve and share her passion for Charity work through DSSA by “Extending the Blessing” to the less fortunate. Lameck Kaira graduated from DeVry University, Alpharetta, GA in Health Information Technology. Lameck Kaira has 10 plus years of experience in Medical Billing & Reimbursement.  Mr. Kaira states, “I feel Privileged to be able to help out with the less fortunate especially when it comes to education. I feel like Education is the most ignored sector in many African nations, we have children that give up on school or their education cut short because of lack of school supplies and support. I strongly believe that through DSSA each one of us can make a difference.”


    Following Ixhalo Chesu is Open Forum with Rodger Chali, Dr Patrick, Pianki and Zebron. 

  • 00:59

    ZBTR Radiothon - Listener support

    in News

    On this segment, we are encouraging listeners to support Zambia Blog Talk Radio reach out goal of $1,600 for the 2015 fiscal year. Please call 347-237-4270. We air live at 9am EST, (16 hrs CAT), 

  • 02:00

    Ichalo Chesu - Mwansa Mupunda| Open Forum

    in News

    At 9am EST on Ichalo Chesu (Our World) we talking to Mwansa Mupunda founder of MUSABWE - My USA Business for Women Entrepreneurship, a for profit organization that promotes gender equality.  


    At 10am EST is Open Forum - Join Rodger Chali, Dr Patrick, Pianki and Zebron in a stimulating conversation on current events.


    For both programs, call 347-237-4270 to listen or participate. Time 9am EST, 16 hrs. CAT, 22 hrs. AWST. Caller participation highly encouraged.


    A brief bio on our guest on Ichalo Chesu


    Mwansa Mupunda Jr is a Registered Nurse working as Nursing Supervisor at a nursing home. He is from Lusaka, Zambia and now lives in Pennsylvania. He is not married and has no children. He is an ambassador/volunteer with the Clinton Foundation. Mwansa  recently registered a new company dealing in import & export company, it will trade between America and Zambia/Africa. The company will be an activist company in the sense that it will actively promote gender equality for African women in the U.S. and in Africa. We will help African women by  finding markets for their products here in the U.S. Mwansa is very supportive of  African initiatives here in the U.S. such as the "SendBetty2School" campaign by George Mtonga.


    Mwansa is a committee member for the business committee in SOZA ( Society Of Zambians in America). He believe in gender equality because it the key/answer to Zambia's economic problem.  Mwansa says "As a nurse, I want to use my knowledge and experience to help some clinics in Zambia e.g. on pediatrics and maternity issues. For my business that I just registered, I will be supplying 3 things: 1) African clothes, 2) handcrafts, jewelry and gifts, and 3) African dried foods and vegetables. I'm interested in Zambian politics, and also American politics, so I'm always comparing the standards between Zambian and American politics."

  • 01:33

    ZBTR Round Table- Review Zambia Decides 2015

    in Elections

    On Tuesday January 20, 2015 Zambians went to the polls and elected their 6th Republican President, H.E. Edgar Chagwa Lungu in what has been dubbed the closest and highly contested election in the history of the nation won by a margin of less than 5%. The election however was without incident; the loosing runner up Hichilema Hakainde has still maintained the election was 'stolen' from him, Southern Province voted overwhelmingly for their preferred candidate as has been reflected in previous elections, CopperBelt province also proved it was still a PF stronghold although HH made some inroads and other related matters. The ZBTR Round Table team consisting Dr Liya Mutale (Lusaka), Apostle Margaret Buter (England), Matilda Mwaba-Lucas (Florida) & Pastor Davies Lombe (Chicago) will reflect and review the following; voting patterns, How does the nation move forward based on what these voting patterns revealed?, Role of the Clergy and traditional rulers in Zambia's political process & H.E Edgar Lungu's presidency. Join us as the panelists' give us broad based views from their regions of the world. 

  • 02:00

    Ichalo Chesu "Ruben Phiri" | Open Forum

    in Lifestyle

    9 am EST on Ichalo Chesu (Our World) We have the privilege of talking to a very humble man with such a huge heart to help the needy and neglected in Zambia. Reuben Phiri is a resident of Dallas Texas. Consistent with his humble nature, Reuben claims he does not do anything out of the ordinary, other than identifying people in Zambia who are already helping the needy. Reuben in conjunction with people in Zambia, finds a way of contributing a little something here and there. Reuben in a humanitarian and social entrepreneur.  Be inspired to do more as you join us in this discussion. 


    At 10am EST is Open Forum - Join Rodger Chali, Dr Patrick, Pianki and Zebron in a stimulating conversation on current events.


    For both programs, call 347-237-4270 to listen or participate. Time 9am EST, 16 hrs. CAT, 22 hrs. AWST. Caller participation highly encouraged.

  • 01:58

    New show 2015 | Open Forum

    in News

    Introducing "Ichalo Chesu" ( Our World) replacing Diasporan Truth. This new and exciting program will be hosted by Twaambi Kapilikisha and Matilda Mwaba-Lucas. Join us at 9 am EST, 16 hrs CAT, 22 pm (Perth). 


    Following Ichalo Chesu will be Open Forum with Rodger, Dr Patrick, Zebron and Pianki. You will not want to miss these 2 shows. Call 347-237-4270 or follow the link proovided. 

  • 00:16

    The Declaration - A short film on FTJ and Zambia as a Christian Nation

    in News

    An exciting film is in the works and Zambia Blog Talk Radio is proud to promote it. Join us every Saturday for a 15 min conversation with the Executive producer Andrew-Knox B Kaniki Call 347-327-4270 to listen and/or participate, or simply follow the link Time 8:30am EST, 15:30CAT, 21:30 (8:30PM) AWST


    Time is quickly closing in your support is greatly appreciated. Please support us via http://igg.me/at/ftj-the-declaration/x/8358188

  • 02:01

    Miriam Suwilanji Mumba -18th October,2014

    in Lifestyle

    Suwilanji [Mirriam Mumba] is a Zambian born singer/songwriter who travels & ministers in Africa & the US. Her music is uplifting, passionate and full of life; her songs full of spiritual truths.


    Hosts Twaambo Kapilikisha and Matilda Mwaba Lucas get to know this artist , and find out what it is like being on tour in the US.


     The show airs at 6 a.m. PST, 9 a.m. EST, 14 hrs BST, 15 hrs CAT.


    You can 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

  • 02:00

    Doreen Mwenya Grant , Cancer Support Network of Zambia - 11th October,2014

    in Lifestyle

    Cancer Support Network of Zambia  launched in 2011 , is an organisation working in Zambia to bring support to people with cancer.


    With  partners like the  District Health Team in Kitwe, Kitwe and Ndola Central Hospitals, Malcom Watson Hospital etc. they have received support from major companies, like Mopani Mines who is one of their biggest sponsors and many more. They also partner with all of the radio stations at different times, NationalTV and national papers to spread awareness. They have had several training programs and participated in international cancer conferences and are now part of an Alliance of all the cancer organizations in Zambia. 


     Airs at 6 a.m. PST, 9 a.m. EST, 14 hrs BST, 15 hrs CAT.


    You can 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


     

  • 02:01

    Diaspora Truth - Ebola and the world today

    in Lifestyle

    Ebola has wreaked havoc in West Africa.What exactly is it? What is the situation on the ground and what can be done about it? What do we need to know about the deadly disease?

  • 01:32

    Part 2: To Learn or Not to Learn in Local Languages

    in Current Events

    Part 2 -Starting the 2014 school year, Schools to Teach in Local languages read most of the headlines in Zambia.  Mr Kasaji Director of Curriculum Development and Mr Mwendende Curriculum Development Specialist Language from the Ministry of Education are back with us at this round table discussion. Lots of follow up questions so please tune in at 12:30/11:30 EST/CST 19:30 hrs in Zambia. To listen in and/or participate call 327-237-4270. Follow this link http://www.blogtalkradio.com/zambiablogtalkradio/2014/01/25/part-2-to-learn-or-not-to-learn-in-local-languages  to listen on line. Questions left on Facebook or twitter, will be addressed as time allows

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