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Pastor Evan Mawarire is a Zimbabwean clergyman who rose to prominence in the Spring when he draped the national flag around his shoulders and took to YouTube to call for change and citizens to get involved in the process. Pastor Mawarire was detained by the Mugabe's regime, he was eventually released after a number lawyers showed up in droves to represent him. Pastor Mawarire is currently visiting the United States which has also raised contention from his supporters back home who have cried foul of being abandoned. Join us as we host the fearless Pastor Evan Mawarire as he shares and addresses issues affecting his nation Zimbabwe.
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Bishop Fortune Lubinda Mwiza is the founder and presiding bishop at Deliverance Church in Zambia which has grown rapidly across the nation and the Southern African region. He also served at Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia... more

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ZBTR - Zambia Final Election Roundup

ZBTR - Zambia Final Election Roundup

ZBTR - Musical for Zambia.

Dr Nevers Mumba is the embattled president of the Movement for Multi-party Democracy (MMD), since taking the realms of the former ruling party after serving as High Commissioner to Canada he has faced opposition and... more

Open Forum - Zambia's Institutions "next Step"

ECZ - 24 hrs After the elections what is the holder up?

Live on the ground reports and interviews with citizens, candidates, election monitors, journalists and Electoral commission officials.
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