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Ms Langiwe Lungu is the Executive Director for the Energy Regulation Board (ERB) which regulates the energy sector in order to ensure the efficient provision of reliable and quality energy services and products. Other roles of the ERB are that of balancing the needs of undertakings with the needs of energy consumers. The Board has the responsibility to ensure that utilities earn a reasonable rate of return on their investments that is necessary to provide a quality service at affordable prices to the consumer. In order to carry out this role, the ERB, among other functions, ensures that all energy utilities in the sector are licensed, monitors levels and structures of competition, investigates and remedies consumer complaints. Ms Lungu joins us to the nation's energy policy in terms of investment in the industry particularly as it relates to power generation, issuance of licences to potential investors, determination of tariffs, alternative energy development in view of the prevailing electricity deficit and other related issues prevailing in the nation in the energy sector. She'll address how these issues and also the ZESCO load shedding, in terms of the immediate and long term solutions in addressing the its effects to national productivity and social welfare.
We are wonderin is fear a factor in keeping adults on government assistance
1st Hour: CWSC Rountable Discussion on Marriage & Courtship with Minerrah Hadi & Mark Shahid
2nd Hour: Imam Qasim Ahmed, Islamic Learning Institute
3rd Hour: Coalition For Good Government
Lost Job? Post Recession life? Divorce? WHATEVER! If you are living on less than you used to - and are working on building back up to your next level, this is the show for you.
death of the main breadwinner
need to care for a loved one that interrupts your income ability
birth of a new child that you want to stay home with
divorce (child support & maintaining 2 homes)
or maybe, none of the above and you you made this decision as a strategy to simply move forward in life
If you PLAN to build to more - you must be strategic and you must plan to be strategic.
Proverbs 24:27 "Prepare your outside work, and get things ready for yourself on the land; after that, build your house." (CJB)
Let's talk Strategy!
Tom and Deb of the Internet of Unintended Consequences (www.tiouc.com) interview Dr. Marci Campbell on the impact of technology on the relationship between government and citizens. Have you noticed your government's use or lack of use of technology in communicating with or providing services to its citizens - You. Do you expect more from your government because of your mobile phone. Have apps entered your political life? Have you been part of a community hackathon or online activism project? Join us as we discuss what is digital government and how does it affect each one of us everyday.
Marci Porter Campbell, Instructor
Governmental Training, Education, and Development
Carl Vinson Institute of Government
With over 20 years of experience in education, Dr. Campbell has taught at the middle, high, and postsecondary levels and served as an administrator at the public school district level. She has mentored and taught students of all ages and education levels in traditional classroom settings, work based learning settings and online. Dr. Campbell earned her B.B.A., M.Ed., and Ed.D. at the University of Georgia. She joined the UGA’s Carl Vinson Institute of Government in 2013, and her areas of interest include instructional design, workforce development, and effective communication. Dr. Campbell is a certified practitioner and administrator of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®. Dr. Campbell serves as a council member of the Watkinsville, Georgia City Council and as chair of the Colham Ferry Elementary School Council. She is married and has two daughters.
On the November 18, 2015 edition of "Nature Of Rality Radio" I welcome Dr. Michael Salla, a pioneer in the development of ‘Exopolitics’, the political study of the key actors, institutions and processes associated with extraterrestrial life. His interest in exopolitics evolved out of his investigation of the sources of international conflict and its relationship to an extraterrestrial presence that is not acknowledged to the general public, elected officials or even senior military officials.
Dr Salla’s groundbreaking Exopolitics: Political Implications of the Extraterrestrial Presence (2004) was the first published book on exopolitics and explained the political implications of extraterrestrial life. In Exposing U.S. Government Policies on Extraterrestrial Life (2009) he revealed how the world’s most powerful nation secretly manages information concerning extraterrestrial life and technology. In Galactic Diplomacy: Getting to Yes with ET (2013) he shows how humanity can negotiate with extraterrestrial civilizations in a way that protects our vital interests. In Kennedy’s Last Stand: Eisenhower, UFOs, MJ-12 & JFK’s Assassination (2013), he documents the tragic efforts by President Kennedy to share more widely the truth about UFOs & extraterrestrial visitation. Finally, in his most recent book, Insiders Reveal Secret Space Programs and Extraterrestrial Alliances (2015), he analyzes whistleblower testimonies revealing the extent of classified space programs and extraterrestrial diplomacy.
Dr. Salla is an internationally recognized scholar in international politics, conflict resolution and US foreign policy.
Dr. Salla's site: http://exopolitics.org
1st Hour: Community Wide Shuraa Conference Special on Marriage & Courtship
2nd Hour: Imam Qasim Ahmed
3rd Hour: Coalition for Good Government
Jay and Dre have to eat crow before they enjoy some turkey, as they both whiffed on the Pack coming back to the top of the NFC North. They will discuss the wild game between the Bengals and Cards, the close call for the Pats against the Bills and Brock Osweiler's grade versus the Bears. Then it's time to pick the three Thanksgiving matchups: Total Fraud in Motown, the perfect Panthers in the Lone Star State, and another edition of Bears-Packers.
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Jay and Dre dig into the pre-Thanksgiving slate of games in the NFL, which include the Packers trying to right the ship at the 1st-place Vikings, Brock Osweiler's starring turn leading the Broncos into Chicago, and the Bengals coming off their worst effort having to battle the red-hot Cardinals on Sunday night. In the aftershow, they tackle the topic of most irritating complete stranger.
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