• 01:34

    TREVOR SIMUMBA DISCUSSES THE ZAMBIAN BUDGET

    in Politics Progressive

    Join us on CrossFire Radio on tuesday 14th October 2014 as we host Trevor Simumba to discuss the zambian budget.
    Trevor Simumba is an International business consultant with 18+ years of progressive experience in delivering strategic international business advisory services across Africa. He holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Business and Finance and a BA degree in Economics and International Relations. He also holds high level post graduate certificates from Harvard University and the World Bank Institute. He is a recognised international trade expert and has worked in over 30 countries within Africa as a Senior Adviser and Consultant to both public and private sector organisations. He is a senior member of the Economics Association of Zambia, Chartered Management Institute of the UK and the American Economics Association. Mr. Simumba is a regular contributor to various media on key political and economic issues affecting Africa. He is currently serving as a technical adviser to the Govt of Sierra Leone

  • 01:34

    FATHER FRANK BWALYA - STATE OF ZAMBIAN POLITICS

    in Politics Progressive

    Join us tuesday night 07/10/2014 at 7pm BST/ 20:00hrs CAT as we host Father Frank Bwalya who will discuss the state of zambian politics as well as the upcming jubilee celebrations .


    Listen in LIVE on www.blogtalkradio.com/politicalcrossfire


    Call in on 00 1 347 8388065 (USA) oR SKYPE on Mueti2004


    We will also be Live on the Copperbelt on Flava FM

  • 01:30

    Fernando Rosa- The Zambian Life Policy

    in Education

    Fernando Rosa ia an Agent/Partner at Insurance Network Agency with responsibility for growth and customer service . Fernando has been with Insurance Network since 2006 where he has managed the personal lines department consisting of a customer service representatives who focus on household insurance before moving into commercial lines in 2009. Fernando has been sucessfully procuring and placing insurance options for individuals and business. Recently he has developed what is being called; 'The Zambian Life Policy" which is being provided in all 50 states in the US.


    Join us for this exclusive discussion with an experienced insurance agent to get valuable information for a rare and simplified life insurance product which suites your needs. 

  • 00:29
  • 01:04

    INSAKA CHAT DISCUSSES "PULL HIM DOWN SYNDROME" IN ZAMBIAN CULTURE.

    in Relationships

    Join Miss Bwalya as she hosts INSAKA chat LIVE from the USA as she discusses the pull him down syndrome in Zambia. Why do it and who does it benefit.
    Call on on Skype on : Bchileya .or phone in live on the show on 00 1 503 446 6044. The show will also be LIVE on Flava Fm in Zambia.

  • 02:00

    Zambian music and Zambian musicians

    in Music


    “The oppressed use music to express themselves”, this why the music industry of the previously oppressed societies—for example, Black Americans and South African—is a success. On the other hand, music is a multi-billion industry. Now that Zambian music is developing to world-class with Zambians singing internationally and winning medals in global competition, do we see this industry developing into a business that can address household poverty and contribute significantly to economic development. Kambidima speaks to Chisenga Gander Katongo (C.R.I.$.I.$ Mr Swagger) and Fortune Nyondo, to discuss Zambian music and Zambian musicians. What is the secret of their success? What is their focus? What keeps them going? What help do they need and from whom? Born and raised in Zambia, Fortune Nyondo (http://www.fortunesmusic.com/) is a Christian singer, songwriter, composer and arranger. He is also founder of a non-profit organization called Fortune Pilgrim (http://www.fortunepilgrim.org/) that seeks to change the lives of AIDS, Malaria, and Tuberculosis victims in Zambia, and other countries around the world. On his website, Fortune testifies to the awsome healing power of Jesus Christ through his music, and brings it to reality through Fortune Pilgrim. Similarly, born and raised in Lusaka, Chisenga Katongo (http://www.reverbnation.com/hiphopcrisis?eid=3578800_19597450#!/page_object/page_object_bio/artist_64688) a Hip-Hop fan since age 10 is now a world class Hip-Hop artist. He was nominated for the BEFFTA (Black Entertainment Film Fashion Television Arts Awards) in the BEST INTERNATIONAL ACT category. He won this tightly contested category—other competitors in this category were Sade (UK), Fally Ipupa (DRC Congo), 2 Face (Nigeria), Ali Kiba (Tanzania) and M.I. (Nigeria).

  • 01:59

    Ichalo Chesu - Zebron Nyirenda | Open Forum

    in News

    At 9 am EST on Ichalo Chesu we are talking to another Zambian with a big heart for the Zambian youth. Zebron Nyirenda is a Zambian currently living in the US with a passion to give back to the Zambian community. He is the former Lusaka YMCA Youth Chairman. He had joined YMCA after graduating from school. As Youth Chairperson, Zebron was in charge of over 2,000 youths from four Lusaka branches - Libala, Lusaka West, Kalingalinga and Chibombo. In giving back to the community, Zebron volunteered as a coordinator with Right to Play. In June 2003, he did some collaborative work between the Ministry of Education, UNICEF and Zambia National Measles Campaign that helped vaccinate about 5 million children nationwide. Zebron's resume is extensive - he worked with Action for Children - that fed street kids, he also organized youth empowerment programs like camps, workshops on Peer Education and Counseling and more. He attained a diploma in Sociology from Evelyn Hone College.


    Zebron has plans to go back and reinvest in the field he knows best. With a strong network of friends, he is strategizing and identifying potential donors to give to his charity. He knows and understand this part of charity work, and he will be going back to Zambia soon once ready. 


    At 10 am EST on Open Forum - Join Rodger Chali is 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.

  • 01:33

    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 - 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."

  • SARA LONGWE - WOMEN RIGHTS ACTIVIST

    in Politics Progressive

    Join us 27th February 2015 tonight at 7pm GMT, 21:00hrs Zambian time as we bring Women Activist Sara Longwe on the show to discuss the momentus occasion of the appointment of a female Vice President in Zambia .


    Is Zambia ready for a female President ?


    Listen inon www.blogtalkradio.com/politicalcrossfire

  • 02:02

    Special Election Coverage- Zambia Decides 2015

    in Elections

    Our special election coverage continues with our correspondents reporting from different parts of the country, for live reports and perspective from those experiencing the events unfolding join us as we talk to Simataa Simataa (Lusaka), Ndubi Mvula (Livingstone) and Mrs Kwendakwema (Mongu)

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