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  • 02:01

    Diasporan truth- Professor Mwizenge Tembo

    in Lifestyle

    This week on Diasporan Truth Twaambo Kapilikisha speaks to Professor Mwizenge Tembo, a professor in Sociology who has a passionate interest in preserving traditional African culture.What are his views on the struggle of women in Zambia and abroad to be heard whilst keeping their culture and traditional values intact?
    On the round table discussion host Rodger Chali speaks to Father Bwalya about Patriotic Front's loss in Eastern Province,Zambia
    You can participate on the show by:
    calling 1-347-237-4270 (this number is also Skype ready) sending a tweet to @zambiablogradio posting a message on our Facebook wall

  • 02:00

    Mwizenge Tembo

    in Lifestyle

    Dr. Mwizenge S. Tembo is a Professor of Sociology at Bridgewater College in Virginia. He joins to discuss immigration, assimilation and cultural traditions. He explains why he still eats nshima prepared with mealie meal from Zambia, which he says is the best ever. Talks about the dividing line between assimilation and maintaining one's own cultural tradition. He will make you laugh and think twice at the same time.

  • 02:00

    Mwizenge Tembo

    in Lifestyle

    Dr. Mwizenge discusses Zambian Foods and dances. "Nshima and Ndiwo are the Most Important Pair of Staple Foods among Zambians in Southern Africa. Music and dance are perhaps the most universal of the creative nature of humans. Rural traditional people of Zambia are no exception."

  • 02:00

    Dr Mwizenge Tembo

    in Culture

    It's dance time! Lets dance to the Zambian traditional music. Dr. Mwizenge Tembo an Associate Professor of Sociology at Bridgewater College in Virginia, explains the role of traditional dance and music in Zambia. Dr. Tembo is the author of four books and a true Cultural Warrior, a resource for various Zambian traditions.

  • 02:00

    Dr Mwizenge Tembo

    in News

    Dr Mwizenge Tembo is a professor of Sociology at Bridgewater College, Virginia and president of Nkhanga Village Library project. He joins us on the show to discuss cultural identity crisis in the diaspora.Franco Sacchi was born in Chingola, Zambia and has contributed in numerous ways to the movie production around the world and in Africa. He joins us to discuss his recent works and the movie industry in Africa.

  • 02:00

    Mwizenge Tembo II

    in Lifestyle

    The show that never ended in back by popular demand. Dr. Mwizenge Tembo, an Associate Professor of Sociology at Bridgewater College in Virginia will continue this week with a discussion on Assimilation and his proposal for the “Center for Diaspora Children” in Zambia.

  • 01:00

    Mwizenge S. Tembo. Ph D.

    in News

    Dr. Mwizenge S. Tembo is Professor of Sociology who has taught at Bridgewater College in Virginia in the United States for twenty years. Dr. Tembo has authored 4 books: Titbits for the Curious (1989), Legends of Africa (1996), The Bridge (Novel) (2005), Zambian Traditional Names (2006)
    Dr Tembo will speak on the subject "Managing dietary change - in the diaspora!" The discussion will focus on the importance of good diet for health and wellness.

  • 01:59

    iChalo Chesu / Open Forum

    in News

    Our guest this weekend is Pastor Rabson Tembo. He and his wife founded Community Outreach Program. " The Wellness Outreach Campaign is targeting churches, villages, markets and work-site checking people's health; BP, Cholesterol, Blood fat, and then advising on issues of diet etc 


    Rabson M.Tembo is a Graduate of the University of Zambia,Rhema Bible Training Center,New Have Bible Institute a Minister of Religion and a Community Activist.In Zambia am an American Missionary working with Churches,Communities in the urban and rural areas.


    Life expectancy in Zambia is short there are many factors and one of it is a poor diet and lack of Wellness Health Checkups.


    Later we Join Roger Chali with Open Forum.


     

  • 00:15

    Radio Angola: Conversa com o jovem Jesse Lufendo sobre o caso de Cabinda

    in Radio

    Radio Angola (RA): tivemos o privilégio de entrevistar o estudante universitario e activista cívico, Jesse Lufendo para falar sobre a detenção de tres pessoas depois de o governo ter anunciado a proibição da manifestação programada para Sábado, 14 de Marco para protestar “as violações dos direitos humanos e das liberdade fundamentais”: José Marcos Mavungo - um dos patrocinadores da manifestação, Arão Bula Tembo - Advogado e Presidente da Ordem dos Advogados de Cabinda e o Manuel Biongo - Empresario.  Segundo Jose Oproprio Oproprio "Arão Tempo, Advogado detito em Cabinda, encontra-se em estado critico dentro da Cadeia Civil! A sau saúde não esta boa e a sua esposa clama por ajuda"



    Por Florindo Chivucute


    Perguntas e sugestões podem ser enviadas para info@friendsofangola.org. A Rádio Angola – uma rádio sem fronteiras – é um dos projectos da Friends of Angola, onde as suas opiniões e sugestões são validas e respeitadas.

  • 00:19

    Advogado Francisco Luemba diz que três pessoas continuam presas em Cabinda

    in Radio

    Radio Angola (RA): tivemos o privilégio de entrevistar o Advogado e Docente Universitario, Francisco Luemba para falar sobre a detenção de tres pessoas depois de o governo ter anunciado a proibição da manifestação programada para Sábado, 14 de Marco para protestar “as violações dos direitos humanos e das liberdade fundamentais”: José Marcos Mavungo - um dos patrocinadores da manifestação, Arão Bula Tembo - Advogado e Presidente da Ordem dos Advogados de Cabinda e o Manuel Biongo - Empresario.


    Segundo Francisco Luemba, a situação continua tensa em Cabinda e o chefe da casa Militar da Presidência, o General Kopelipa continua em Cabinda.


    Por Florindo Chivucute


     Perguntas e sugestões podem ser enviadas para info@friendsofangola.org. A Rádio Angola – uma rádio sem fronteiras – é um dos projectos da Friends of Angola, onde as suas opiniões e sugestões são validas e respeitadas!

  • 02:00

    Prof Mwizenge Tembo

    in Culture

    During the last few months, I have been authoring a new web page. The web page has seven headings: Zambian Life, Childhood, Healing, Music, Philosophy, Research, Romance. There are a total 70 articles some of them academic. Some of the articles are research reports from the 1980s when I was at the Institute of African Studies at the University of Zambia. There are a couple of poems, some articles of my favorite: Romance.  There is probably something for everyone. www.hungerforculture.com
    I hope the page will serve a good purpose to the public. If there is something you would like to see more of or provokes some thought or memory, drop me an e-mail.