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Please join us as we talk to Dr. Mbewe, a former Chief Economist in Poland, a day before he leaves for Zambia for a business trip. Dr. Mbewe will discuss Zambia's economic issues and investment opportunities. Then Phinias discusses the possibilities of diaspora voting. Yes, that's right, Zambians in the diaspora may be able to vote in this year's Presidential and General Elections. Tune in to learn more.
I love Zambia. We all love Zambia and want to do what is best for the country and for our people. Every politician claim they love Zambia too and doing everything to make it a better place. If we all love Zambia so much, why do we feel that some people love not have the best interest of the country at heart and that what they are doing is not in the best interest of the Zambian people? Can someone, willingly sell their country out?
We look at President Michael Sata's speach to Parliament. "The Patriotic Front government appreciates the critical role local government plays as an engine for delivering services, infrastructure and development to the local communities.
As a signatory to the habitat agenda and the Istanbul declaration of 1996, Zambia committed herself to promoting decentralisation through democratic local authorities and strengthening their financial capacities."
Our team takes a look at the recently announced Zambian Cabinet, which has received with mixed feelings across the globe. Some observers have said that this "Cabinet has not a single Tonga, and actually, it is almost 80% Northern, Luapula and Eastern, with 5% Western Province and probably 15% mixed (probably), though some names are hard to know which province they come from..." Another one wrote, "Of all these new ministers..who have been ministers before either in MMD or UNIP. What were their major milestone achievements in those Jobs?"
For the country’s two top political parties, an important political lesson was spelled out in bold letters on September 20. President Elect Michael C.Sata secured support among the youth on the back of campaign promises of creating more jobs and his criticism that Banda's government failed to let ordinary Zambians share in the proceeds from the country's copper mines. Harrison Musonda and other political pundits look at the way a national election was won. Why did the people vote the way they did? What does this now mean?
Commodity Trading of minerals, food, chemicals and many other commodities in Zambia. Should Zambia open up a Commodity Exchange market for its commodities? A lot of average people have become filthy rich through commodity trading. Trading commodity is known as one of few investment opportunities where individuals with limited capital can make astonishing returns of investment in a very short period of time. Most Zambia talk about Copper prices at the London Metal Exchange but not about the price of Cotton, Tobacco, Sugar, Orange Juice, Pork Belly, Wheat, Maize, Rice, etc. On this show we discuss trading Zambian commodities. We also look at Futures and Options trading.
Doing business in Zambia after the 2011 election. We discuss, what changes we expect to see for business under the new government of President Michael Sata. "Zambia's Kwacha fell 2.8 percent to a 14-month-low of K5,145 against the dollar after Sata's victory and traders said it would remain vulnerable until he gave clearer indications on his future policies...Sata, the leader of the Patriotic Front (PF), told Reuters last week he would maintain strong commercial and diplomatic ties with China and would not introduce a minerals windfall tax, but implied he might impose some form of capital controls to keep dollars in the country.Chinese companies have become major players in Zambia's economy with total investments by the end of 2010 topping $2 billion, according to data from the Chinese embassy."
We need to make sure that Zambia, takes advantage of its central location in Southern Africa, and become the center of Arts and Culture; Science and Technology; Business and Economy; Trade and Industries; Festivals and Celebrations and seen as the regional Transportation hub. We need to make sure Zambia gets the recognition it deserves both at home and abroad. Zambia is already poised to becoming the center of learning, but there is still more to do and we can all do our part. On this Sunday business show we bring experts in various fields including students from around the world to discuss best ways in which to achieve the Zambian dream.
The Zambia I want to live In is an open mic show where discussants share their vision of the Zambia they want to live in and what they are doing or plan to do about it to realize their vision. It includes political, business and educational views. Zambia is a land blessed with many natural resources and it's people are well educated compared to other countries but lack industries and good paying jobs for its citizens. The country has also suffered from brain drain of some skilled workers in some key sectors, but this is now turning into a positive as more and more people in the diaspora are getting involved in the future of the country. Please, share your vision with us.
As the election process in Zambia gets into full swing, one wonders what are the key issues that politicians will be using to attract voters. But alas, it looks like it is not the "issues"!! It is rather what and how politicans pay to get the party nomination and eventually win the votes! It is that politician who has the money to distribute to the so-called cadres who accompany him/her during the regsitration event and makes the most fabulous material promises, who will win at the end of the day! Let you not have in mind, the development projects, rather people are expecting material gains! And the voters want the material gain now! So during the campaign you will see chitenge, shakeshake, brown envelopes, etc., exchanging hands. Is this corruption ior its part of our culture that when somebody does you a favour you thank them? let's discuss and exchange views. What is the electoral process in Zambia, all about? Do the voters in Zambia know what to expect and demand from the politicians? Maybe with the ongoing electoral process, there must be a simultaneous voter education system?
Whether its before or after your church service, take time to join this team of highly talented and experienced professionals, listen to entreprenuer business ideas that can help you put money in your pocket, food on the table, create good paying permanent jobs for others and help the national economy. Entrepreneurial businesses come in all shapes and sizes. With only a few exceptions, if a big company can do it, so can a small one. Join us to explore the wide world of possibilities, including retail, direct sales, and a wide range of service businesses will all be discussed.
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.
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