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Countries with strong economies attract job seekers. Today an estimated 15% of the world's 7 billion people live in 22 countries most sound financially. Its believed that 50 million people have been displaced from from their place of birth for either economic or political reasons, or both. On this radio show we discuss issues related to legal immigration, brain drain of highly qualified professionals, success stories of immigrants and politics in the homeland. We bring experts from around the world and talk to them every Saturday for 4 hours starting at 8:00am to 12:00noon New York time. A list of topics and guests is posted here and at our website: http://www.mwape.com The first show was August 9th, 2008. Our founders are James & Ruth Mwape who work with the following host & contributors: Kambidima Wotela, PhD; Rev. Melody & Pastor Davies Lombe; Mwewa Mwape, Dr. Evans Phiri; Richard Mbewe, PhD; Ngoza Simwanza; Harrison Musonda; Chola Mukanga; Prof. Mwizenge Tembo, etc. While most guests are Zambians from Zambia and around the world, we also talk to non-Zambian's on a regular basis. Join us on Dispora Voice and see why we are called the Intelligent Voice.

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A congratulatory letter signed by the Zambia Association in South Africa (ZASA) Chairperson to the fifth Zambian President, Michael Chilufya Sata, reads in part, ?Your Excellency, we Zambians in South Africa are more than willing to... more

With the new Cabinet in place, how will this affect doing business in Zambia? Will the new GRZ simplify or complicated the laws for doing business in Zambia by both local and foreign investors? Whe look this cabinet and more especially... more

Our team takes a look at the recently announced Zambian Cabinet, which has received with mixed feelings across the globe. Some observers have said that this "Cabinet has not a single Tonga, and actually, it is almost 80% Northern,... more

Doing business in Zambia after the 2011 election. We discuss, what changes we expect to see for business under the new government of President Michael Sata. "Zambia's Kwacha fell 2.8 percent to a 14-month-low of K5,145 against the... more

Zambia election 2011 postmortem continued. China welcomed the outcome of the vote and said it would continue fostering cooperation. "As a friendly country of Zambia's, we respect the Zambian people's choice, and are willing to continue... more

For the country's two top political parties, an important political lesson was spelled out in bold letters on September 20. President Elect Michael C.Sata secured support among the youth on the back of campaign promises of... more

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We discuss the issues surrounding next tuesday's tripartite elections in Zambia
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