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Join us Tuesday 14th May 2013 at 7pm BST, 20:00 hrs CAT,11am PST,2pm EST when we feature CARITAS ZAMBIA Director Mr Sam MULAFULAFU to discuss his irganisation's recent press statement regarding bye elections in zambia . We look at how the hope the achieve the sensitisation of the people to reject defecting MPs and the true cost of these bye elections in comparison to the cost of the much needed development in poorer areas of zambia without a hospital , school, or cleaning drinking water
we also feature singer PILATO to look at his music career and sample some of his songs as well as controversial hit BUFI .
To listen log in onto www.blogtallradio.com/politicalcrossfire . To call in , 00 1 347 838 8065 ( USA) , 0114 360 1992 ( UK) or Skype on Mueti2004 . Make a date !
The Electoral Commission of Zambia in collaboration with the Department of Registration embarked on a national exercise of issuing national registration and voter cards respectively. This is in view of the upcoming General and Presidential Elections in 2016. A review shows that the exercise is yielding high involvement from eligible citizens. Join the ZBTR Team as we review the significance and impact of this exercise in next year's elections.
"Zambia’s Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda is no admirer of the International Monetary Fund. With the nation’s currency plunging to a record and yields on foreign bonds approaching 11 percent, he may soon have to change his mind, according to Rand Merchant Bank." Bloomberg News
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The Zambian government will be hosting a National Consultative Forum as a follow up and to consolidate the formulation of a Diaspora policy on submissions received during tours of the United Kingdom and United States respectively. This Forum will be held from October 7-9, 2015 in Lusaka, Zambia. On this round table discussion we'll emphasize the importance of the Zambian Diaspora community's participation and areas requiring attention.
Amanda Sibeso Wamunyima is a model, actress, Pageant Queen, TV host and entrepreneur. She has won numerous titles which include Ms Florida America 2013, Ms Orlando US 2013, Miss Zambia USA 2010 and several others. Amanda has been involved in Pageantry for 15 years and she organized her first pageant at age 17. She was on the board of her home town national pageant where she formed an organization called ieEmbrace which helps with medical supplies for hospitals and clinics in under privileged communities of nations.
She started participating in pageants in 2007, has won 9 titles and has also been a judge on others. Amanda was crowned Ms America 2016 on August 29, 2015 in California representing the state of Florida. She is our featured guest to discuss her life journey and future outlook in her new role.
What effect if any will GBM have in Northern Province.
ZAF to employ female pilots - why is this significant.
332 out of death row - good move.
Daniel Nsomekela is the Director and Founder for Disability Integration Initiative in Africa (DIIA) which was founded in June 2012. DIIA's vision is to have Africa where the Disabled have access to health care; Transport, education and technology. One of their major goals is to foster integration and eliminate conditions that discriminate people with Disabilities. Daniel is a strong social and political activist who is known for his courageous calls for African governments to prioritize the welfare of citizens with disabilities in their national budgets. He recently visited his home country of Zambia where he traveled extensively and joins us to share his experiences/observations on the strides that Zambia has made in recent years towards the plight of its disabled citizens.