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Small Steps Wins The Day - Icishimikisyo Ca ba Fulwe Na Ba Kalulu
The Lambas/Limas of Copperbelt Zambia are blessed with natural resources such as minerals and fertile land;but the copperbelt rural area is one of the most impoverished regions of Zambia.
Imbalasa Talk Radio will dedicate its time discussing issues and resolutions to help foster positive thinking.
The young generation of today are the future administrators and/or custodians of leadership.A leader without a vision is an inefective force of progress ( paraphrased from Bible )
As Future leaders what dynamics can we bring to effect positive thinking or challenge status quo to bring about change?
Miss Mulenga Kapwepwe is our guest on our special Jubilee feature, she will share memories of her late father, legendary freedom fighter, politician and author who served in numerous capacities in the cabinet of the young republic of Zambia. Hon Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe was a visionary and principled leader, Mulenga will share with us what made her father unique, his vision and passion for a young nation which had just attained its independence. She will also share about how it was like growing up a Kapwepwe especially during the turbulent political days in her father's career. Miss Kapwepwe is the Chairperson for the Zambia @ 50 celebrations committee, an author who has written educational materials, short stories and plays. She has also produced videos, television and radio programs. Join us for this rare conversation as Miss Kapwepwe will also inform us about the preparations her committee has done for the Jubilee celebrations.
Noon Saturdays, "The Resilient Brain," host Kathy Kitts
Join us to hear Phyllis Benstein, an Image Consultant, speaker, author, and powerful force! Phyllis was an Electrical Engineer for 25 years, and after she finished up with that, she actually transitioned to becoming what had been a part of her all along, an artist. She creates with make-up, fashion, accessories, and motivational speaking related to how your image is important for the way people perceive you. Thus, it can lead to your success, or if not properly executed, stand in the way of moving forward. Our talk will cover what Phyllis' favorite projects are now, and we will actually talk about the intersection of image and the land of science. Believe it or not, this area is rich for mining! Tune in to hear more!
Mr Ravi Devalia returns as our guest on our Special Jubilee feature whose family has lived in Eastern & Southern Africa since the late 1800 after migrating from India. He will continue to share rich historical information concerning the Indian communities contribution to the freedom struggle and the sound relationships his father had developed with the Litungas. He will also discuss growing up a Devalia in colonial Africa. Ravi is the Chairman of the Devalia Group of Companies which is into outdoor and indoor advertising, signage, bill boards, digital wide format vinyl printing, banners, tri-visions, vehicle branding. They are also involved in consultancy for international agencies and investment advisory services to prospective investors into Zambia. Ravi is also a Past District Governor of Rotary International having represented three Rotary International President's in New Jersey,USA, Liverpool, UK and Abeokuta, Nigeria.
(2-4pm Mountain; 3-5pm Central, 4-6pm Eastern)
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes guest Dane Wigington, lead researcher for geoengineeringwatch.org, to discuss the growing problem of – naturally – Geoengineering.
While we tend to think of this area as being mostly related to mining, geoengineering to Dane covers a variety of topics, all of which he hopes to discuss on the show. From the mysterious to the mundane, geoengineering is having a profound impact on our lives in ways clear as say and others not so obvious.
With an extensive background in solar energy, Dane is a former employee of Bechtel Power Corp. and was a licensed contractor in California and Arizona. His personal residence was featured in a cover article on the world’s largest renewable energy magazine, Home Power. He owns a 1,600-acre “wildlife preserve” next to Lake Shasta in northern California. Dane focused his efforts and energy on the geoengineering issue when he began to lose very significant amounts of solar uptake due to ever-increasing “solar obscuration” caused from aircraft spraying. He also noted significant decline in forest health and began testing and research into the geoengineering issue about a decade ago.
Join us on CrossFire Radio on tuesday 14th October 2014 as we host Trevor Simumba to discuss the zambian budget.
Trevor Simumba is an International business consultant with 18+ years of progressive experience in delivering strategic international business advisory services across Africa. He holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Business and Finance and a BA degree in Economics and International Relations. He also holds high level post graduate certificates from Harvard University and the World Bank Institute. He is a recognised international trade expert and has worked in over 30 countries within Africa as a Senior Adviser and Consultant to both public and private sector organisations. He is a senior member of the Economics Association of Zambia, Chartered Management Institute of the UK and the American Economics Association. Mr. Simumba is a regular contributor to various media on key political and economic issues affecting Africa. He is currently serving as a technical adviser to the Govt of Sierra Leone
Cancer Support Network of Zambia launched in 2011 , is an organisation working in Zambia to bring support to people with cancer.
With partners like the District Health Team in Kitwe, Kitwe and Ndola Central Hospitals, Malcom Watson Hospital etc. they have received support from major companies, like Mopani Mines who is one of their biggest sponsors and many more. They also partner with all of the radio stations at different times, NationalTV and national papers to spread awareness. They have had several training programs and participated in international cancer conferences and are now part of an Alliance of all the cancer organizations in Zambia.
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The holidays are one time of the year when you really want to feel your best. But they're also a minefield of health woes, from cold and flu bugs to party hangovers.
Beyond getting the flu vaccine, there's a lot you can do to help your body weather the season. This is how to keep healthy—and merry—as you shop, travel, and celebrate.
Think perky thoughts
On those days when you barely have time to breathe, recall something that made you happy and you can get a boost.
Smell the shower gel
The act of savoring—mining pleasant moments for their joy—is a proven happiness booster. In one study published in The Journal of Positive Psychology, 101 men and women kept diaries for a month, recording positive activities they participated in and how much they did or didn't savor them. Those who tended to enjoy a good thing—and share their delight with others—maintained high levels of happiness no matter what the day brought, whereas nonappreciators needed positive events to get into a good mood.
Mr Ravi Devalia is our guest on our Special Jubilee feature whose family has lived in Eastern & Southern Africa since the late 1800 after migrating from India. His father Dr Bhimsinh Jiwa Devalia moved from Mombasa, Kenya to Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia in 1935 where they settled. Dr B.J. Devalia became a successful businessman and Chairman of the Northern Rhodesia Indian Congress in 1940 to 1960. He became very influential and involved in sending some prominent Africans to study in India secretly and to learn Gandhi's principles of non-violent struggle for independence. Mr Godwin Imbikusita Lewanika the then president of ANC was the first beneficiary and others followed later including Mr Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe, Mr Nalumino Mundia, Mr Daniel Lisulo, Mr Arthur Wina, Mr Sikota Wina to mention a few.
Mr Ravi Devalia joins us to discuss his families legacy and contribution to the independence struggle of Zambia, what it was like growing up a Devalia in colonial Africa. Ravi is the Chairman of the Devalia Group of Companies which is into outdoor and indoor advertising, signage, bill boards, digital wide format vinyl printing, banners, tri-visions, vehicle branding. They are also involved in consultancy for international agencies and investment advisory services to prospective investors into Zambia. He is also a Past District Governor of Rotary International having represented three Rotary International President's in New Jersey- USA, Liverpool-UK, and Abeokuta-Nigeria.
Sombo Muzata- Chunda joins us on our Friday special feature to continue the discussion on taxation in Zambia on the eve of Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda's unveiling of the 2015 National Budget to parliament. Sombo will discuss the impending Value Added Tax returns being demanded by the mining conglomerates, tax categories affecting ordinary working citizens, self employed entrepreneurs, and will also analyse the tax brackets which will be revealed in 2015 national budget.
Sombo is currently the Country Representative for Diakonia in Zambia a Swedish international Non-governmental organization that works in more than 40 countries. She is knowledgable of the Zambian tax system and keenly follows the development of the country. Sombo is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants (ACCA) and holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Edinburgh Business School, Heriot Watt University.
Tombstone got its start in 1877 when Ed Schieffelin found one of the richest silver strikes in U.S. history in the hills above the San Pedro River. His discovery set in motion the history of a town that is seared in the memory of a nation and the world a true representative of the "American West". By 1879 settlement began, and by 1881 the population of the town reached 6000 people. While many rugged individuals inhabited the town's center, respectability and civilization began to occur on the edges of town. Church services were held in any vacant room or closed bar and the need for a decent church building was quite evident! In 1879, Rev. John Baptist Salpointe, Vicar Apostolic of Arizona, sent Father Antonio Jouvencaeu to Tombstone to ascertain the need for a church in the busy mining camp. Led by Nellie Cashman "Angel of the Camp", the citizens of Tombstone raised money to build a one and one-half story adobe building that housed a rectory on the top floor and a church on the bottom floor. This church-rectory was dedicated as Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church on January 1, 1881, becoming the first church building of any denomination in Tombstone.
In 1882, a second wooden Catholic Church building was constructed. This allowed the 1881 building to be used solely as a rectory. Again, Nellie Cashman spearheaded the construction efforts, raising money and borrowing a team of horses and a wagon to haul wood from the Chiricahua Mountains, 50 miles away. This church building served the Tombstone Community until 1947 when it was moved to its present location. A new 1947 church building was constructed at the corner of N. Sixth and Safford Streets under the guidance of Pastor, Father Thomas Doyle. Later, the property north of the church that included two 1880's entwining rose trees was donated to and became part of the Sacred Heart Church Complex.
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