• 01:11

    Voices of Anakazi -Michelle Manda

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    On Voices of Anakazi we feature Malambo Contituency, Parliamentary candidate, Michelle Manda. She is a Lawyer by profession and has served in foreign service : South Africa, as Second Secretary Admin/Consular from 1994-2000 and Malaysia, Deputy High Commissioner from 2009-2011. She also served as Assistant Director, Political Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

  • 01:09

    Shami's Cookin on Voices of Anakazi

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    This week on our "How she did it " segment of Voices of Anakazi we feature Shami Okafor, who will share her story on how she turned an idea into reality. A year ago she was selected to be in the top 100 out of 60000 applicants to be on Masterchef. This authentic Anakazi went to the Masterchef show and cooked Sadza (Nshima) and vegetables in peanut butter sauce (ifisashi) for Chef Ramsay. Find out how she did it on Voices of Anakazi Saturday March 16th at 9am PST, 12 Noon East. To participate call 347-237-4270.

  • 01:01

    Voices of Anakazi

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    Through radio discussions and expansion of African women networks, Voices of Anakazi aims to increase knowledge of global issues, advocate for human rights, and support the equal participation of women and men in addressing development issues.

  • 01:06

    Susan Mhone - Voices of Anakazi

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    On Voices of Anakazi we feature Susan Mhone a Breast cancer Survivor. Susan will be participating in the Avon Breast Cancer Walk from Philadelphia to New York. The money she raises will be managed and disbursed by the Avon Foundation Breast Cancer Crusade to help provide access to care for those who most need it, fund educational programs, and accelerate research into new treatments and potential cures. She'll be just one of thousands of people who will walk up to 39.3 miles over two days, raising awareness promoting education.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

  • 01:07

    Irene Banda Mutalima - Voices of Anakazi

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    JOIN US TOMORROW AT 9am PST, 18hrs CAT On Voices of Anakazi as we feature an AMAZING Anakazi, Irene Banda Mutalima a microfinance specialist with 17 years experience at conceptual, executive management, governance and policy levels. Her exposure spans international borders in Africa, Eastern Europe, Latin America and Asia; and across the spectrum from hands-on work with grassroots at conceptual and design issues for microfinance institutions; MF management and governance issues; interactions with policymakers; and lobbying stakeholders on behalf of MFIs. 

  • 01:00

    Voices of Anakazi - African Hospitality Industry

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    LIZ NGONZI
    Liz Ngonzi returns to Voices of Anakazi, speaking to us about Services Management in the Hospitality Industry.
     
     
    RICHARD CHANTER
    The owner/manager of Chanters Lodge, Livingstone, Richard Chanter is a professional, UK trained Hotelier with vast experience in the hotel industry in Africa in general and Zambia in particular. He is widely known throughout Zambia especially as the former General Manager of one of Lusaka's leading hotels, and for providing excellent standards and quality of service.
     

  • 00:48

    Voices of Anakazi- Naomi Wachira

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    Join us on Voices of Anakazi for a discussion with Kenyan born singer songwriter Naomi Wachira. During our show we will discuss Naomi’s new album “African Girl”, what inspires her as a musician and how music has an impact on social change.
    Naomi Wachira was born and raised in a musical family in a small town called Kijabe, which is located on the Kenyan Great Rift Valley. At age 5 she joined her parents’ choir, which spurred her love affair with music as a way to not only understand the world, but also express her introverted self. Through age and a myriad of life experiences, Naomi has developed a songwriting style that is simple and evocative, delivered with sincerity.
    Drawing inspiration from artists such as Tracy Chapman and Miriam Makeba, she blends elements of African rhythm, American folk, and soul, offering her take on issues affecting society and telling her story as an African woman living in the diaspora. Her mission as an artist remains simple… to write music that is applicable to anyone regardless of their education, beliefs, or socio-economic status. You can listen to her music on SoundCloud.

  • 00:51

    Voices of Anakazi- Michelle Manda Malambo MP Candidate

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    On Voices of Anakazi we feature Malambo Contituency Parliamentary candidate, MIchelle Manda. She Served in foreign service: South Africa (as Second Secretary Admin/Consular from 1994-2000) and Malaysia (as Deputy High Commissioner from 2009-2011). Highest rank attained at Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Assistant Director, Political Affairs (from July 2006 to date).
    Malambo constituency is located in the south Luangwa area to the east of Chipata in Eastern Province. It shares its boundaries with Northern Province to the west and Lundazi district to the north, Chipata district to the east, and both Nyimba and Katete to the south.  It is home to the Kunda people who fall under the jurisdiction of Senior Chief Nsefu, Chief Jumbe, Chief Msoro, Chief Kakhumbi, Chief Malama and Chief Munkhanya. The population as at 2010 was estimated at 75,000 of which about 60% are registered voters.
     
     

  • 01:00

    Voices of Anakazi - Sophie Chinkumbi

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    On Voices of Anakazi we feature Sophie Chinkumbi, recently crowned Miss Southern Africa Zambia, which was held on July 21, 2012 at LIV club-Diamond ofLusaka. Fifteen girls contested for the coveted crown of Miss Southern Africa Zambia. The pageant aims to promoteZambiato the Southern Africans as such every category was truly Zambian.
    Sophie works for Emirates AirlineZambiaas Customer Sales and Services agent.
    Sophie becomes the Ambassador for Cancer support network of Zambia sensitizing the young and old on early signs of Cancer and the services and treatments available inZambiacurrently. She also becomes the Patron for ‘Chikumbutso Project for Women and Children in  Lusaka a charity dedicated to improving the lives of under priviledged  survivors of HIV scourge as well as the Patron for Mumba children’s project in the rural Mpongwe. Sophie, an orphan herself and understands what it means to be helped and she intends to use her title to support women, children and the vulnerable. 

  • 00:51

    Voices of Anakazi - Semar Araia

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    On Voices of Anakazi we will feature Semhar Araia. Semhar is Founder and Executive Director of the Diaspora African Women’s Network (DAWN), an organization supporting Africa’s next generation of women diaspora leaders. DAWN seeks to empower... and amplify the contributions of African diaspora women inAfrica’s growth, security and prosperity.

    With over ten years experience as a U.S. policy analyst and advocate on the Horn of Africa and Sudan, Semhar specializes in conflict resolution, development and the diaspora. A lawyer by training, she previously served as Oxfam International’s Horn of Africa Regional Policy Advisor, a congressional foreign policy staffer, and anAfrica analyst for The Elders. She also served as an attorney on the Eritrea-Ethiopia Claims Commission hearings 

  • 01:00

    Voices of Anakazi- Ivwananji Mukwasa

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    ON VOICES OF ANAKAZI, Join our discussion with Ivwananji Mukwasa,  Zambian Representative to  the Innovation Summit and Mentoring Partnership which brought more than sixty participants representing nearly every sub-Saharan African country for three weeks of professional exchange and entrepreneurial hands-on training.
    Background of the President’s Young African Leaders’ Initiative: The Innovation Summit and Mentoring Partnership is this year’s contribution to the Obama Administration’s President’s Young African Leaders’ Initiative – a long-term effort to develop an enduring and productive U.S.-Africa relationship with the continent’s youth. In August 2010, the initiative began with President Obama’s Forum with Young African Leaders which brought 115 young African leaders to Washington D.C. for interactive exchange and dialogue on themes of youth empowerment, good governance, and economic opportunity. In May 2011, the U.S. Government hosted “The Dialogue with Young Africa Leaders,” a month-long series of programs throughout sub-Saharan Africa featuring over 200 programs in 37 countries to expand leadership and social media skills. In June 2011, the First Lady’s Young African Women Leaders Forum was held in South Africa, bringing together 76 young African women leaders to discuss themes of leadership, women’s empowerment, and community service. 

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