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Zambia BlogTalkRadio's goal is to reach Zambians in the diaspora and consolidate on individual contributions to Zambia. We hope to be a news and resource forum for Zambians living abroad. http://s358.photobucket.com/user/rogchali/slideshow/

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Driven and Infectious is how I can describe Nkandu Beltz. Zambia Blog Talk Radio gives us an opportunity to get both personal and professional insight on this amazing Zambian Export. Now living in Australia the lovable Nkandu will answer our questions including what most Africans find paradoxical between personal drive and the philosophy of Ubuntu. In the world where some people want anything African left behind once they land overseas, Nkandu reminds audiences around the world that Ubuntu should be significant in our social and economic settings.
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An anaysis of Zambia's electoral process in the light of the just ended RNC and upcoming DNC. The Electoral Commssion of Zambia (ECZ) has endeavored within its statutory limits to ensure law, order and a level playing field for all... more

An open source, libre economy is an efficient economy which increases innovation by open collaboration. To get there, OSE is currently developing a set of open source blueprints for the Global Village Construction Set... more

Pastor Kangwa Chileshe is founder & senior pastor at City of Refuge Ministries, he is also a political and civic activist. He joins us to discuss the role of the Clergy and the Body of Christ across the nation in the political process. Zambia has... more

Open Forum - From the Reporter's Lenses

Zambia is a peaceful Christian nation, the acts of violence have persisted with political oppenets. We discuss with Bishop Joshua Banda the role of the church in this year's election.

Join recently elected president of the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ), he will share with us his soccer administration record, administration affecting the running of soccer and review the development of the world's most popular and... more

Before he hit eighteen, Fred Swaniker had lived in Ghana, Gambia, Botswana and Zimbabwe. What he learned from a childhood across Africa was that while good leaders can't make much of a difference in societies with strong institutions, in... more

The state of 2016 election season.

As Zambia draws closer to election day, there has been an increase in politically motivated violence. How can we stop this.? We discuss Bishop Simon Chihana
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