• 01:01

    Ceaser Siwale- CEO, Pangaea Securities

    in Entrepreneur

    Ceaser Siwale is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Pangaea Securities, a leading Zambian investor and entrepreneur who brings a wealth of investment banking experience in Sub Saharan Africa for over 15 years Mr. Siwale believes in the promotion of economic growth and development in Africa through sustainable investment. With his leadership, Pangaea has raised over US$2.0 billions of capital for various clients across different sectors. Pangaea Securities provides four core services in Zambia which are; Investment Banking, Brokerage & Trading, Proprietary Investing and Asset Management. 


    Pangaea Securities in conjunction with the Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) will be hosting the first ever Zambia Investment Conference 2014 with the theme; Entrepreneurship with A Global Reach. The conference will be held in Lusaka and has attracted some of the world renown investors such as Sir Richard Branson, Chairman and Founder of the Virgin Group. Join co-hosts Robert Sichinga & Nathan Nkhama for this milestone discussion as Ceaser shares some insight into Zambia's stock market and the upcoming investment conference.

  • 00:18

    Support for Small Business Saturday in Los Alamos, New Mexico

    in Current Events

    Let's all get out into our communities on November 29, 2014 – it's Small Business Saturday! Now, in Los Alamos, New Mexico, it's the biggest day of the year for small businesses. Kurt Steinhaus, director of the Los Alamos National Laboratory's Community Programs Office, talks with two local businesses – C.B. Fox and Pet Pangaea – about what shopping locally does for their businesses and the non-profits they support. 

  • 00:20

    Meet Elijah Gibbs New England MLMs on the Move

    in Entrepreneur

    Learn from one of the best MLM in the North East Elijah Gibbs will be bringing the heat tonight and talking about how he was introduced to Network  Marketing and share some of his story in building and striving to live full time! Hosted by Duane Parsons who is a Network Marketing Master and trainer.. Come get some Information tonight!!

  • 00:12

    Introducing Mr. Jeremy Moore Network Marketing Rockstar

    in Social Networking

    Meet some of the hottest new talents in the MLM crushing this new concept. I am thrilled to have them on the show today at 6:30. He is a great leader and will share some of the reason he involved with Wake up Now and his secrets to building smart fun and fast.
     
    You dont wat to miss it!

  • 00:18

    Meet Ms. Vicki Kirkpatrick Network Marketing Rising Star.

    in Entrepreneur

    Find out some of the new Network Marketing Ideals from the pros tonight at 8 PM. Find out why in todays date people are switching form the 9-5 jobs to this fun great way of lfe to make a living.  Hosted by Duane Parsons a Master builder in the MLM field. Dont miss it!!! 

  • 00:30

    Radio Pangaea: Show #74

    in News

    Drone aircraft unleashed two missile attacks in a lawless tribal region on the Afghan border. Zimbabwe held a secret auction of diamonds from its Marange fields, where the army has been accused of forced labour and torture. Authorities in Central America, Colombia and the US joined forces in a 10-month probe to capture one of Mexico's most wanted men, alleged drug kingpin Sergio Villarreal.

  • 00:30

    Radio Pangaea: Show #76

    in News

    Pirates in speedboats attacked a ship in an oil field off Nigeria, kidnapping three French employees. A former U.S. intelligence official said members of the covert Afghan force are used for surveillance and long-range reconnaissance and some have trained at CIA facilities in the United States. Egyptian police on Tuesday beat and arrested anti-government activists demonstrating against the possibility of the president's son succeeding his father as leader of the country. With key congressional elections only days away, Venezuela's leftist government is increasingly blaming attacks by shadowy opponents for problems in public services — even though they presented no evidence and have made no arrests. – The mayor, the ex-city manager and six current and former officials of Bell were headed from jail to court Wednesday as residents of the modest, working-class suburb celebrated their arrest on charges of bilking taxpayers out of $5.5 million. More International News.

  • 00:30

    Radio Pangaea Super Tuesday

    in News

    Voters in 12 states cast ballots Tuesday in contests that will determine the fate of a Senate incumbents. The names of all seven of the CIA operatives killed last year in Afghanistan have now been placed in the agency's "Book of Honor," meaning their secret cover has been lifted. Alarmed by the use of hard-to-track prepaid cell phones by terror suspects, New York Sen. Chuck Schumer and Texas Sen. John Cornyn have introduced legislation requiring consumers to produce identification before buying such phones. Switzerland's effort to end a tax-evasion dispute with Washington hit a major setback. The Deepwater Horizon is not the only well leaking oil into the Gulf of Mexico for the last month.

  • 00:30

    Radio Pangaea: Bombs Away

    in News

    Pakistan – Suspected Islamist militants attacked two mosques packed with hundreds of worshippers; 80 confirmed dead. India – Suspected Maoist rebels derailed an overnight passenger train Friday in eastern India, triggering a crash with an oncoming cargo train that killed at least 71 people and injured about 200 more. Royal Dutch Shell PLC said Friday it will buy East Resources Inc., a major owner of shale gas holdings in the northeast United States, for $4.7 billion. Fitch Ratings cut Spain's credit rating. The world's top industrial enzymes producer, Novozymes A/S, expects China to launch its first commercial cellulosic ethanol facility by 2013.

  • 00:30

    Radio Pangaea: Show #67

    in News

    Mexicans are seething over the second death of a countryman at the hands of U.S. Border Patrol agents in two weeks. – An Australian hedge fund is suing Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS.N) over an investment in a subprime mortgage-linked security that hastened the fund's demise in 2007. Germany on Wednesday rejected General Motors' request for aid from the federal government for its Opel unit. You may not be able to squeeze your whole body onto NASA's last two space shuttle missions in history, but your face can go – at no charge. – A consortium of hundreds of scientists said Wednesday they had uncovered dozens of previously unknown genetic mutations that contribute to autism in children.

  • 00:30

    Radio Pangaea: Show #59

    in News

    Senior managers complained oil giant BP was "taking shortcuts" by replacing heavy drilling fluid with saltwater in the well that blew out, triggering the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The Obama administration expects China to join in the international criticism of North Korea for the sinking of a South Korean warship. Britain has revealed the size of its nuclear arsenal for the first time, saying it has 225 warheads. New York City community board voted late Tuesday to support a plan to build a mosque and cultural center near ground zero. University of Reading researcher Mark Gasson has become the first human known to be infected by a computer virus.

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