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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.

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Thomas Chona is a Photovoltaic Technician who graduated from Seneca College. He has worked in the banking sector for over 20 years in Zambia and Canada in information technology. He worked for Canadian Imperial Bank of... more

Business Forum continues its focus on the business climate and key business news in Zambia and around the world. It serves as a platform to identify key areas of business opportunities and growth in Zambia. The segment is hosted by... more

Who should be stakeholders in disability inclusion? This week will have open discussion on Africa Disability in focus; will be identifying stakeholders in Africa, the bigger picture on how we can develop means that will enhance disability... more

Join us for our exciting Solutions Radio Show with our host Prophetess Mwaka Twagirayesu with guests John and Shimuli Hoskins. Tonights topic "IT'S WORTH THE WAIT" 10pm Central, 11pm Eastern, 4am London, 5 am Zambia, 6 am... more

Fashion Week in Los Angeles

Africa Fashion Week Los Angeles

Gail Carroll is a member of The Cary-Mufulira Community Partnership Trust (CMCPT) executive which was established to build durable links between schools in Zambia and UK communities could learn from each other has been... more

Mr. Takunda Denya is based in South Africa, Mr. Denya is originally from Zimbabwe, and as a Disabled who left Zimbabwe to go and live in South Africa, he will be sharing with us his experiences he had in Zimbabwe as a... more

Do not miss Solutions Radio show with our host Prophetess Mwaka Twagirayesu as we continue with our Topic Single and Satisfied Part Two tonight at 10 pm Central standard time (8pm Pacific, 11pm Eastern, 4am London, 5am Zambia, 6... more

Bekezela Nsingo was born and raised in Zimbabwe. She studied sociology at the University of Glamorgan and she is now based in Cardiff, Wales. Beke founded the African Mothers Foundation International in 2008 after an emotional... more
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