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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 !
Great men who attended the All Boys Mukuba Secondary School in Kitwe.
1. Edgar Lungu - President of Zambia.
2 Victor Kunda Mwaba - Mining - USA
3. Sims Simataa - Banker
4. George Chellah - Former Presidential Press Secretary
5. Ndubi Mvula - Journalist
6. Rodger Makolonyi Chali - ZBTR HOST
7. George Chulumanda - Former Deputy Minister
8. Samuel Matete - 400 Gold Medalist Champion
9. and hundreds more......Dr's , Lawyers, Teachers, Business , Eng's etc.
This week ZBTR will discuss the Alumni Support for our former schools, how can we improve our relationships with our former schools. How can we connect back,? Where are my former class mates ? These and many more questions will be answered on Saturday's broadcast.
Saturday 6th June at 9am Eastern or 3pm Zed Time.
Number to call - 1-347-237-4270
Ms Pamela Chisanga is the Country Director for ActionAid Zambia, a global movement of people working together to further human rights and defeat poverty for all. Its vision is to see a just and poverty free Zambia in which every person enjoys the right to a life of dignity. ActionAid has been championing campaigns with communities in Zambia for tax justice and transparency as a social responsibility to all multinational corporations operating in the country.
Ms Chisanga is our featured guest on Perspectives to discuss ActionAid's work in rural Zambia, fostering democratic governance and a level political environment, advancing women's rights, education & youth engagement, prudent fiscal responsibility from government and championing for tax justice from the G20 nations.
Justina Mutale is one of the most influential and inspirational women of African origin, she was awarded the AFRICAN WOMAN OF THE YEAR 2012, an honour bestowed upon her on the same platform as Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa as well as the former President of Malawi, The Rt. Hon. Joyce Banda and the former female Deputy Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, The Hon. Thokozani Khupe. Justina is also Honorary Ambassador for Gender Equality and Spokesperson for the INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S THINK TANK, which is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia in the USA. Justina has been featured as a Hero in the Capital Finance International Journal, which brings coverage and analysis of the drivers behind change by combining the views of leading multilateral and national organizations with thought leadership from some of the world’s top minds. Having gained global recognition for her ability, as a public personality to use her status to potentially influence the thinking of both Africans and non-Africans alike, Justina is featured among the 365 of Africa’s most respected names, well-known faces, and influential voices who inspire the future, motivate the young generation, and raise the profile to positively alter the perceptions of Africa and Africans around the world.
Justina will be a Panel Speaker at the Panel Discussion to celebrate Zambia's founding father and first republican President of the Republic of Zambia Dr KENNETH DAVID KAUNDA on the occasion of his Lifetime Achievement Award for Freedom, Justice and Peace in the 3rd Global Officials of Dignity (G.O.D) Awards at the United Nations Headquarters in New York on Thursday 6 August 2015.
Our guests this morning are Deborah Shepard, Pat Dreizler and Krista Barns and we’re going to talk about tourism and the history of tourism in Redondo Beach.
After 30+ years in hospitality sales, training and management, and a prior career as a Reading Specialist- Special Education Director, Deborah’s passion to drive excellence through doing what you love led her to create Destination Excellence.
In 1956, Pat Dreizler moved from Independence, Missouri to Avenue F in Redondo Beach where she continues to reside. Soon after her arrival, she began a lifetime of community service by volunteering at the high school teen club known as Diana’s Canteen, which she affectionately refers to as our city’s ?rst counseling center and leadership program.
Krista Barnes founded The REEL Project in 2008 shortly after completing a humanitarian education project at the Kala Refugee Camp in Zambia. Krista has worked on various humanitarian projects in both South America and Sub-Saharan Africa. Additionally, she has worked in the international film festival market on documentaries and independent films for over ten years as both a freelance producer and publicist.
The Chamber's Tourism Committee consists primarily of Redondo Beach hoteliers and hospitality marketing professionals who are passionate about Redondo Beach and want to share their knowledge of our lovely South Bay city with tourists from around the globe. Our guests this morning are going to do just that.
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Suppose we had
Eastern Power Generation Company - Eastern Province
Kariba Hyro One - Southern Province
Lusaka Capital Grind - Lusaka Province
Central Power Corporation - Central Province
Chambeshi Hydro - Luapula Province
Kalambo Fall Energy Supply - Northern Province
Zambezi Power Company - Western Province
North Western Power Grind - North Western Province
Copperbelt Enery Company - Copperbelt Province
Muchinga Energy Company - Muchinga Province - different companies with their own power generation capabilities how would Zambia Economy look like.
Mr George Nyendwa was elected as Mayor of Lusaka on March 3, 2015 taking over the realms from late president's son Mulenga Sata. Mr Nyendwa was Chaisa Ward 20 Councilor and is said to be the longest serving Councilor in the city of Lusaka. He apparently won without any opposition and pledged to work with his colleagues, and particularly pledged to address the scourge of street vending in the city streets. Mayor Nyendwa will share his numerous years of service as a councilor, how he envisions Lusaka's immediate and long term needs, how does he intend to alleviate the traffic congestion and perpetual population growth which the current infrastructure cannot sustain any further? Join us for this long awaited discussion as we hear from the top leader of Zambia's capital and largest city.
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Join Prophetess Mwaka tonight as she talks about the purpose of partnership, the strength and benefits of partnership.
11pm Eastern, 10pm Central, 8pm Pacific, 3am London, 5am Zambia, 6am Kenya.
Nakonde is one of Zambia's major border post towns in the Northern provvince (second to Chirundu on the Zambia/Zimbabwe border) in terms of being busy) with high traffic of business taking place. It lies on the border with Tanzania. It is about 1000 km north of Lusaka the capital city. At least twenty bus coaches travel from Lusaka and the Copperbelt every day to Nakonde taking traders who go to buy various items from clothes, building materials to ordering cars from Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. Travellers can also travel by rail using the Tazara trains from Kapiri Mposhi in Central Zambia. The trains go right up to Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. Nakonde also has tourist attractions with the legendary Ngoni King Zwangedaba buried 35 km away from the town Centre. The major languages spoken in Nakonde are Chinamwanga and Chibemba. Kiswahili is also spoken by the locals due to interaction with neighbouring Tanzania. Nakonde is a growing town with a lot of potential. New infrastructure such as Government offices have been built in recent years as well as new guest houses and lodges and eating places to cater for the many travellers into the town. Wiki
Mark Rawson and Mike Snyder, One Tuesday of every month 8:00-9:00PM EST (June 23)
The Men’s Spiritual Radio Hour- A show about men and their Spiritual Journey
Guest for our Tuesday show is Lionel Ntasano
Lionel Ntasano was born in Burundi and raised in Zambia. He attended university in the U.S.A, Kenya and Switzerland; almost quitting college to be a member of a music band. Most days, he wishes he had actually had the guts to go through with it. This observation has now provided him with the understanding that the pain of regret hurts much more than the pain of failure. Thus he went into culinary school to feed his soul ultimately opening a small beach resort called NONARA BEACH RESORT, where he is currently the general manager. Nevertheless, he still did not believe that he had reached the place he wanted to be, regardless of the small career success. Emptiness was still rampant. As a voracious reader since childhood, he decided to have a go at writing. Surprisingly, the process of writing Greener on the Other Side significantly helped him to grow and mature as a person. Thanks to this experience, he has mended difficult relationships with siblings and friends. He truly believes that he has become more understanding, and he is glad to say that this is what the book is all about; understanding, patience and forgiveness.