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Mr Stephen Banda was recently elected president of the reorganized Zambian Association in Dallas Fort-Worth (ZADFW)on September 11, 2012. The association was born out of the need to provide systematic and structured support in times of difficulties, calamities and turmoil that befall families from time to time. The core vision of the organization is to coordinate activities within the local Zambian community and through our fundraising efforts support development projects in Zambia. Mr Banda and his new executive team join us to discuss their vision, inform the community about the re-organized DFW association, dispel the poor image associations have world wide and promote the Memorial day family BBQ.
“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 significa
Join us Saturday morning 27 th July 2013 at 7am Gmt, 08:00 am Zambian time SISHEKANO LIKANDO an ex convict who discusses the problem of sodomy in Zambian prisons and why the authorities need to tackle the problem soon.
In the second segment we host Richard Elson the International Spokesperson for Coalition for the Defence at Democratic Rights in Zambia (CDDR) on the effects of democracy in a country where the press is gagged or censored. We look at the strides this organisation has taken and how it hopes the sensitise Zambians in demanding for their democratic freedoms.
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Following a spate of high profile divorce petitions and old men behaving badly with girls younger than their own daughters covered in the Zambian press, is it fair to conclude that Zambian men are essentially adulterers when most Zambian men are faithful? The stigmisation and transmogrification of the character of our men as philanderers has degenerated to unfounded ridiculous proportions. That said, Zambian men do not help themselves by maintaining a "girlfriend" who behaves like a
"Business Sense with Matilda and Ntheye" brings a lively topic on the factors that make investors pick Zambia. Join us in a round table discussion on the decisions potential investors make before coming to our country.Who is an investor? What type of investors does Zambia attract? To listen and/or participate SKYPE: ZBTR-Discuss, Call: 1-347-237-4270
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 .
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Zambia celebrates 49 years of Independence this year! A lot has changed and young Zambians are striving to leave a mark even bigger than before. Join host Twaambo Kapilikisha and Wilson Msiska , director and founder of Vundo Institute of Commerce and Engineering (VICE) in a discussion about how he is making headway as a young Zambian through this innovative institute.
Also we will be discussing what independence means to Mr Msiska and how young Zambians can use the freedom of independence to better the nation.
Diasporan Truth will air at 6 a.m. PST, 9 a.m. EST, 14 hrs BST, 15 hrs CAT and 9 p.m. WST (Australia/Pacific).
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
This week on Perspectives we will be interviewing Simon Kabanda, spokesperson for the Technical Committee on Drafting the Zambian Constitution. This committee was convened by President Sata in November 2011 and was tasked with drafting a new constitution. The first draft was just released on April 30. The forty-day review and comment period is currently underway. We encourage all our friends and listeners to review the document, and educate themselves on what could likely be our national cons
Join us Saturday 2nd Novenber 2013 at 7am GMT , 09:00am Zambian time when we feature Mr Andrew Ntewewe to discuss the issue of licence withdrawal for Private Radio Stations that had originally been granted nationwide coverage .
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Join us Tuesday 29th October 2013, 7pm GMT ,21:00 hrs Zambian time , when we feature politician and Clergyman Rev Dan PULE who recently wanted to register a political Party in Zambia ... We find out .. What more does he have to offer to the Zambian political scene
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THIS IS A LIVE ZAMBIAN 49TH YEAR INDEPENDENCE DAY SHOW WITH THE ANGEL ON DECK. YOU WILL HEAR 2 HOURS OF NONSTOP ZAMBIAN GOSPEL MIXES, RAP, REGGAE & PRAIZE MUSIC FROM AWESOME ZAMBIAN RECORDING ARTISTS AROUND THE WORLD...ALSO ITS THE ANGEL ON DECK BIRTHDAY..TUNE IN AND GET YO PRAIZE PARTY ON WITH US..
Join us Saturday 26th October 2013 as we host Hon Given Lubinda at 07:00am BST, 08:00am Zambian time ,
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