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Wamundila Wailuya/Eric Sheppard/ZamBeef

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1) Mr Wamundila Wailuya is the Human Rights Manager at the Zambia Federation for the Disabled, he joins us to discuss the activities and advocacy programs of ZAFOD for persons with disabilities. Mr Wailuya will also discuss the recent action by ZAFOD concerning the electoral process,“The electoral process has generally remained inaccessible and unfriendly to persons with disabilities. In view of this, we remain with no option but to seek a court order to compel the ECZ to respect the rights of persons with disabilities to fully and freely participate in politics and public life directly or indirectly,” he was quoted saying (LT). 

2) Eric A. Sheppard is President and founder of Diversity Restoration Solutions, Inc., an international trade development and cultural diversity training firm located in Hampton Roads Virginia. In addition, Eric is also an author and family genealogy researcher.
Eric started family genealogy research in 1996 and he is a past member of the Afro-American Historical & Genealogical Society.  During his genealogy research, He discovered a slave narrative about a former slave named Moses Grandy from Camden, NC, whom he believes is his ancestor. Eric also leads the DRS African Diaspora Industry Sectors Network (ADISN) trade group and Wall of Return projects. He joins us on Business Forum to discuss the numerous trade mission trips his organisations leads into Africa and on Tuesday September 13 DRS will host a business brief and reception on Zambia with H.E Ambassador Sheila Siwela as guest of honor.

3) Robert Sichinga discusses Zambeef Products PLC. Zambeef Products PLC, incorporated in Zambia, is one of the largest agri-businesses in Zambia and the region, involved in the production, processing distribution and retailing of beef, chickens, pork, eggs, milk, dairy products, edible oils and bread throughout Zambia and West Africa.