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SHONA BANDA FUNDRAISER Please help us help Shona in securing safe passage to a new home in Colorado where she has the support she needs to rebuild her losses. We all need help from time to time and this is our chance to give back to brave warrior who has given so much to so many. We ask EVERYONE to come together to give a $5 minimum donation to Shona's direct paypal account. Incentives and prizes for larger donations will be announced.Please help us reach our goal of $6,000 TO MAKE
SHONA BANDA FUNDRAISER Please help us help Shona in securing safe passage to a new home in Colorado where she has the support she needs to rebuild her losses. We all need help from time to time and this is our chance to give back to brave warrior who has given so much to so many. We ask EVERYONE to come together to give a $5 minimum donation to Shona's direct paypal account. Incentives and prizes for larger donations will be announced. Please help us reach our goal of $3,500
SHONA BANDA FUNDRAISER Please help us help Shona in securing safe passage to a new home in Colorado where she has the support she needs to rebuild her losses. We all need help from time to time and this is our chance to give back to brave warrior who has given so much to so many. We ask EVERYONE to come together to give a $5 minimum donation to Shona's direct paypal account. Incentives and prizes for larger donations will be announced. Please help us reach our goal of $5,000
Join us 7am BST , 08:00am Zambian time on CrossFire Blog Radio as we host MMD politian Dr Canisius Banda who has been rumoured to have been offered a position in the UPND. We look at his contribution to politics and the party he gave up his career for MMD who have now turned on him describing him as insignificant .
listen live on www.crossfireblogradio.com or www.blogtalkradio.com/politicalcrossfire
call in to participate on 00 1 347 838 8065( USA) , 0114 3601992 ( UK) or Skype on Mueti2004
Join us Tuesday night 12th March 2013 at 7pm GMT , 21hrs Zambian , 11am PST, 2pm EST when we host former Zambian President , His Excellency Rupiah Banda as we discuss his role in the team that was observing presidential elections in Kenya and what lessons if any our country can learn . We also look at issues of governance in zambia and its political landscape . To listen log onto www.crossfireblogradio.com To call and ask or contribute , call 001 347 838 8065 (USA) , 01
Mr James Banda is president of the Law Association of Zambia (LAZ); he joins us to discuss some high profile legal matters in Zambia. These include the enforcement of the Public Order Act, the suspension of three high court judges, the ongoing constitutional re-writing process and more. During the period leading to the presidential and parliamentary elections of 2011, LAZ had raised a lot of concerns particularly on the Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC) Act. ZNBC h
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April 5-7th 2013 (gregorian calendar), I was finally given the opportunity to present at the MAGNIFICENT SANKOFA CONFERENCE.
This conference, which has been around for 23 years is theeeeeeeee most unapologetic & most uncompromisingly Afrikan centered in the u.s. and I have been in attendance for at least 10-11 of them.
I was placed on the NATIONBUILDING workshop track C with 2 other brilliant 'new jack' scholars:
Dr. Kwasi Konadu (author of numerous books, most recently THE AKAN DIASPORA IN THE NEW WORLD) his website is dafricapress.com
Dr. Kimathi Carr (who we interviewed here some months ago, so please check our archives) who is also the head of the Africana Studies department at Howard University.
The title of our workshop was TO BE AFRIKAN
Some of the questions we were asked to address were:
Can a norm be established for the cultural identity of afrika; one that identifies and describes the fundamental features of Afrikanity including its moral/ethical principles, its ontological/spiritual conceptions, its organizing and governing principles, its language structure...?
Sub themes: What internal (psycho-social, philosophical, political, moral....) factors were instrumental in the decline of the kmt civilization?
What external features (geography, climate, alien incursion, wars...) contributed to the decline of kemetic civilization?
What philosophical, moral, and governing features of kmt (Gikuyu, Ndi igbo, Shona, Kongo, Tallensi...) are apparent or replicated in traditional practice?
and 1 more
Join us on Wednesday 3rd October 2012 at 7pm BST, 20:00hrs Zambian time , 11am PST, 2pm BST for an exclusive interview with immediate Past President His Excellency Rupiah Banda when we look at his political life, his term of office , and the political landscape in zambia currently . Mr Rupiah Banda was the President after the sudden death of President Levy Mwanawasa. He led the country till the 2011 General elections which he lost to current leader President Michael Sata. Listen in by lo
Join us Tuesday 19th March 2013 at 7pm GMT, 21:00hrs Zambian time CAT , 12 noon PST , 3 pm EST when host an open discussion prompted by the recent stripping of Former Zambian President , Rupiah Banda of his immunity against prosecution . We look at the history of Presidential immunity , what benefit to the institution of Presidency it gives ,. We look at alternatives and the cost to the taxpayer of such a venture . On the panel will be Elias Munshya , Saboi Imboela and Laura
Mr. John Sangwa is an advocate for the high court of Zambia and a lecturer at the School of Law at the University of Zambia. He is active in constitutional issues and interested in ways the rule of law can promote democracy and development. Mr Sangwa is a senior partner at Simeza, Sangwa & Associates and the vice chairman of Legal Resources Foundation (LRF).
Mr Sangwa joins us on Perspectives to review and analyse governance, rule of law and constitution adherence to governance in Zambia. He will further discuss; the Public order act, presidential candidates health before taking office, procedure of lifting former president's immunity, ongoin numerous by elections, alledged tax evasions/avoidance by foreign corporations, delayed appointment of Chief Justice, suspension of high court justices etc.
Honourable Lucky Mulusa is the member of parliament for Solwezi central constituency under the largest opposition party Movement for Multi-party Democracy (MMD). He was one of the newest members elected to the House in 2011. Hon. Mulusa joins us on Perspectives to share his views on the role of parliamentarians in a democracy, his experiences and recent happenings in parliamentary proceedings.
He recently wrote an article in one of the online publications entitled; ”A Plea to my fellow members of parliament from the Entire House” in which he cautions members to reconsider the looming vote on lifting the immunity on former president Mr Rupiah Banda which was eventually passed on Friday March 15, 2013.
Join us as Hon. Mulusa shares his experiences in the House thus far and how he envisions his political career and Zambia’s democra
Have you ever dreamed of catching a 70-pound white seabass in the surf? Enterprise Captain Frank Savino talks about 70-pound white seabass in the Baja surf and more.
PFO Radio ventured south to Punta Banda, Baja California Norte to find Southern California angler Ricardo Rosales at Vonny's Fleet. Rosales not only talks about the great fishing, but also how a trip down south reduces your stress level.
Reports form all the Baja Hot Fishing spots and mucho mas on today's show.
$18.88 a night at the Rosarito Beach Hotel as the LEGEND celebrates her 88th anniversary. www.RosaritoBeachHotel.com
Get all the latest fishing, travel, camping, great places to eat and more on the Baja Now Radio Show. You'll hear all about this and more from Cabo San Lucas, La Paz, Loreto, Magdelena Bay, Cedos Island, Ensenada, Rosarito as well as other great Baja destinations.
Make sure you tune in to the Baja Now Radio Show every Tuesday at 2pm on Phil Friedman Outdoors Radio.