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"LIVE" from South Africa!
Listen "LIVE" around the World October 7, 2015 @ 6PM-6:30PM for South Africa and 11AM-11:30AM USA, CST.
Kayla Padgett & The Finding My Way Radio Network (USA/WORLD) welcomes...
Special Guest Host/Speaker: Dr. John Shaka, named as "Pastor" by the Late Former President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela!
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Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. At the bottom of the first hour we feature our regular PANW reports with dispatches on the legacy of Ghana's first prime minister and president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the leading strategist and tactician of the African Revolution between the 1940s to the 1970s; Somalia despite the interventions of United States and European imperialism remains unstable and suffering from food deficits impacting 240,000 people; the Democratic Republic of Congo faced the resignation of two leading ministers as tensions escalate over the political future of the mineral rich Central African state; and the business community in South Africa is hoarding cash amid an economic downturn. In the second hour we continue our month-long focus on race relations in the U.S. and around the world with an audio documentary on the legendary African National Congress (ANC) leader Nelson Mandela (1918-2013) and an interview with program host Abayomi Azikiwe on what is behind the controversary surrounding the confederate flag in the U.S. The third hour highlights the hidden U.S. imperialist-backed war against the people of Yemen.
Listen "LIVE" around the world Thursday, September 17, 2015 @ 11am CST USA / 6pm South Africa Time
Join us as Kayla Padgett, CEO and Founder of Finding My Way Radio Network (USA/World) and Apostle Steven Maluleke of "Apostle Steven Maluleke Ministries" interviews Dr. John Shaka, Former Pastor to Former President, Nelson Mandela!
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When Nelson Mandela was finally released from prison, South African musician and music therapist Sharon Katz joined with singer/educator Nonhlanhla Wanda to bring together 500 courageous Black and White youth and form a multiracial choir that would break through Apartheid’s barriers. Threatened with bombs and thwarted at every turn, they prevailed and railroaded across the country aboard The Peace Train.
There are those who believe that they are not living in the same universe they used to.They have moved from one reality to another. Their evidence for this fundamental shift in reality? The spelling of the name of some fictional bears. (Others look at what might be considered somewhat more serious alternate timelines.)
Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon explore some major reality shifts that are occurring now or are likely to occur in the near future, including:
The advent of the self-driving car and the end of the human era?
The artificial Rhino horn and the test-tube brain:are we moving away from anything being produced naturally?
The recent controversy over working conditions at Amazon: signpost on the road to a post-employment world?
Reality is changing all around. Can you keep up? Join us and explore.
Teen breaks down in tears on the stand as she accuses elite prep school student of raping her in 'virginity taking' game
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3202784/Teen-breaks-tears-stand-accuses-elite-prep-school-student-raping-virginity-taking-game.html#ixzz3jDMclkTc
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Nelson Mandela's grandson, 24, appears in court after being charged with raping 15-year-old girl in restaurant toilet
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3202325/Nelson-Mandela-s-grandson-24-appears-court-charged-raping-15-year-old-girl-restaurant-toilet-new-scandal-hits-family.html#ixzz3jDNk40Fl
Boy, 15, charged with breaking into family home, abducting five-year-old girl then raping her and leaving her for dead in the backyard
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3202313/Boy-15-charged-breaking-family-home-abducting-five-year-old-girl-raping-leaving-dead-backyard.html#ixzz3jDNrVw8F
Life's Too Short for Leftovers - 9 Lessons from a Third World Kitchen ~ Guest: Michael Ditchfield
Humanitarian Michael Ditchfield – best-selling author, sought-after speaker, entrepreneur and former professional athlete – originally hails from Lancashire, England. Committed to addressing the humanitarian plight of developing countries, Ditchfield speaks widely on promoting empowerment while inspiring change in different cultures and individuals.
Ditchfield works with orphans of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, establishing a branch of the Sports for Peace Foundation along with promoting the Sonrise School. He also works with the international Nobel Laureate group PeaceJam, and is a consultant to the Born To Be Free Foundation and Mandela Academy in Ghana. He is an advisor to the international sports company, the Aspire Group, which takes individuals, businesses and teams to greatness.
Best-selling author Michael Ditchfield's Life's Too Short for Leftovers is cleverly presented as courses on a menu. It conveys a singular perspective on what it means to be human, and what is required of us as individuals to be active, engaged participants in humanity. With delightfully dry wit and profound understanding, Michael introduces us to Chef Noel Cunningham - his guide and teacher - along with a kitchen-full of congenial and extraordinarily noble real-life protagonists that have served as both lightning rods and light posts in the author's relentless (albeit sometimes reluctant) pathway toward personal transformation.
For more information visit: http://michaelditchfield.com/
Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. In this episode we feature our regular PANW reports looking at events surrounding the election of a new president of the ruling African National Congress Women's League (ANCWL), Bathabile Dlamini, and the prospects for a women leader of South Africa; in Zimbabwe the government has raised the idea through a new labor bill to provide compensation for the thousands of workers who are losing their jobs due to a supreme court ruling; the head of the United Nations peacekeeping force in the Central African Republic has been forced to resign by Secretary General Ban Ki-moon as a result of a scandal alleging abuse of women; and there are further revelations about the United States government spying on legendary African American novelist and essayist James Baldwin. The second and third hours of the program continue our focus on Black August with a rare archival interview of revolutionary prison organizer George Jackson during 1971 just prior to his assassination on Aug. 21 of that year. We also will review a 1959 speech by Commandante Fidel Castro at Harvard in light of the reestablishment of relations with Washington this past week. Finally we hear an audio documentary about Nelson Mandela, the former ANC leader and first president of the non-racial Republic of South Africa.
Cuan Elgin - the author of Bulala - A True Story of South Africa will join us on Saturday 8th August at 1 pm CT (8 pm SA time) to give us an overview of the history of South Africa which is sadly misunderstood by the world at large.
Excerpts from the book as provided by the author:
After lengthy “negotiations” to “share power” with the black majority under a new constitution (which was the only mandate that 72% of the white electorate had given their leader), De Klerk and his henchmen ignored pleas (as did the mainstream press) from Afrikaners to... establish ’n toevlug in die weste, (“a refuge in the west”) - in the historically “white” Western Cape.
Afrikaners were demanding their own state, or at the very least, a federation of states, wherein they could exercise a degree of self-determination. But the De Klerk team suddenly capitulated to the black “negotiators” and agreed to a universal franchise vote. This basically guaranteed that the ANC would easily and overwhelmingly win the election and then wield absolute power.
The ANC swiftly began bussing-in tens of thousands of Xhosas from their Transkei homeland, to the cities, and especially to Cape Town; establishing sprawling squatter-camps there to ensure that they would have sufficient “loyal voters” ready to swing the elections their way.
Nelson Mandela, who had been imprisoned (not for his "political beliefs" but for 193 counts of sabotage and for smuggling huge amounts of Soviet-bloc munitions), became the first black President of the “new” South Africa, in 1994. De Klerk was also well rewarded, in advance, for his role in this arrangement: He and Mandela shared the NOBEL PEACE PRIZE (with its million-dollar purse) of 1993.
Kyle speaks with South African activist Karin Smith. Topics include: a brief history of South Africa, what life was like during apartheid, Communist agitation against Whites, terrorist Nelson Mandela, the fall of apartheid, extreme violence committed against Whites, economic hardship due to affirmative action against the White minority, parallels to the situation we face in the United States and elsewhere in the Western world, and what we can do to bring an end to White genocide in South Africa.
Welcome to the truth about South Africa. WARNING THE TRUTH IS GRAPHIC and NOT FOR CHILDREN please maintain their innocence while seeking the truth.
Our mission is to bring awareness to everyone around the world about the truth in South Africa and what is being done to the White Race one person at a time.
The Living Waters Foundation - A 100% no profit organization bring aid to the white children in Orphanages, and aiding the destitute whites living in squatter camps as a result of either surviving brutal attacks only to be left with nothing or as a result of the BEEE.
Ralph Poynter, human rights advocate, and guests discuss topics of interest. Call to speak with the host at (347) 857-3293.
TONIGHT'S THEME TOPICS:
Where we are: Ramifications which make connections.
Everything is connected. Cuba and liberation struggles, Nelson Mandela. The anatomy of oppression is the same. It is applied to different people in different places at different times, i.e., Marylin Zuniga - Politics without power is colonialism.
Updates on Rev. Pinkney- Larry Pinkney
Updates on Mumia- Lynne Stewart
Report on Political Prisoners- Sundiata Sadiq
Update on current events - Joel Meyers
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