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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.

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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Location:

Brooklyn, NY

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BlogTalkRadio

Description:

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.

Language:

English

Contact:

347-237-4270


Episodes

OPEN FORUM - "DIASPORA GALAXY"

4/14/2018
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In this week's broadcast we dive in the opportunities available to the Diaspora which can be benefiacial to the homeland.

Duration:02:03:22

Pstr Peter Tembo & Apostle Victoria Scott- Zambian Clergy Network International

4/14/2018
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Pstr Peter Tembo is the Interim Chairperson and Apostle Victoria Scott is in charge of Social Media management for the Zambian Clergy Network International respectively. They join us to discuss the mobilization process of this networking venture of all Zambian ministry leaders based in America, Canada and the surrounding Carribean Islands ZCNI endeavors to create a strong network for fellowship and support systems. The organization will host its maiden conference in August 2018 in Dallas,...

Duration:01:00:38

OPEN FORUM - "WHY IS NEVERS MUMBA IN PRISON?"

4/7/2018
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As the political environment continues to deteriorate in Zambia, the team will discuss the steps we should take to positively contribute to a more civil society.

Duration:02:03:12

Dr John Lukomona; Chairman & CEO, Amaka Ya Bwingi Business Network

4/7/2018
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Dr John Lukomona is the Founder of Amaka Ya Bwingi Business Network, an organization which is building entrepreneurs through knowledge transfer and family skill development. Dr Lukomona is also an educationist and serves as CEO of Midlands Open College. He has liased with High Commissions/Embassies of various African countries in London supporting the Diaspora communities to engage and promote initiatives that have brought community cohesion and fostered investment across Africa.

Duration:00:59:26

OPEN FORUM - HON. MASEBO , INTERVIEW ANALYSIS. WHAT IS UPND PLATFORM?

3/31/2018
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Last week we hosted Hon. Masebo from the UPND. In this week's broadcast, we analyse the interview . What should be the UPND winning strategy?

Duration:02:02:43

Citizen's Forum: Politics of Vindictiveness in a "Christian Nation"

3/31/2018
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The nation of Zambia perpetually faces challenges of politics of vindictiveness from those with the realms of power. Declared "Christian nation" by the late president Frederick Chiluba the up evil of contradictions with Christian values still looms long after his death (Chiluba). On Citizen's Forum we reflect on the question; can an institution or nation for that matter be Christian???

Duration:01:00:40

OPEN FORUM - HON. SYLVIA MASEBO, THE DIASPORA PROVINCE

3/24/2018
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We welcome the UPND chairperson for Elections and Mobilization; Hon Sylvia Masebo. On Topic - UPND Party Mobilization & Card renewal Exercise -Diaspora Province

Duration:02:02:03

ZBTR Round Table: What constitutes a national crisis?

3/24/2018
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Join the ZBTR team as we review and reflect on characreistics of a nation in a crisis, others have argued that no crisis exists in Zambia except in the minds of those who don't support the ruling party.

Duration:01:00:38

OPEN FORUM "TRAVELGATE"

3/17/2018
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A Treasury cash-flow dossier has revealed how millions of kwacha are spent on luxury activities such as dinner dance cruises, walking safaris, shopping and limousine hires during President Edgar Lungu’s international trips.

Duration:01:59:37

Matilda Mwaba- Founder, NOWSPAR Women in Sports

3/17/2018
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Matilda Mwaba is the Founder/president of NOWSPAR Women in Sports a Zambian organization established in 2006 which advocates for women's rights through sport. NOWSPAR is a 2010 NSCZ Award for NGO contribution to sports development by addressing gender issues. Matilda Mwaba is our guest as she reflects on Zambian women achievements in the past 50 years.

Duration:01:00:00

OPEN FORUM - "WE VISIT WITH JULIUS MALEMA"

3/10/2018
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"Africa's time is now" "We do not want to replace white supremacy with black supremacy. "

Duration:02:02:15

Matilda Mwaba- Founder, NOWSPAR Women in Sports

3/10/2018
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Matilda Mwaba is the Founder/president of NOWSPAR Women in Sports a Zambian organization established in 2006 which advocates for women's rights through sport. NOWSPAR is a 2010 NSCZ Award for NGO contribution to sports development by addressing gender issues. Matilda Mwaba is our guest as she reflects on Zambian women achievements in the past 50 years.

Duration:00:59:37

OPEN FORUM - "NON-STOP FLIGHTS TO WAKANDA"

3/3/2018
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The bigger story in black panther is to realize the pontetial Africa holds and find men and women willing to take up that challenge to build Africa.

Duration:01:59:53

Doreen Mwenya Grant- Acting President, Organization of Zambians Abroad (OZA)

3/3/2018
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Doreen Mwenya Grant is the acting president of the Organization of Zambians Abroad (OZA) whose vision to have a well empowered community of Zambians that is fully integrated, with developed social safety nets, amenities & thriving entrepreneurs. OZA has emerged as an all encompassing organization bringing it's Zambian Diaspora community and friends of Zambia together in an effort to foster entrepreneurship. OZA will be holding it's second annual convetion May 18,19, 2018 in Miami Florida....

Duration:01:00:52

OPEN FORUM - 'WAKANDA KINGDOM"

2/24/2018
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"What I was seeing now is what historians will call the shifting paradigm and seismic shift in epistemology. Big block buster movies will not be the same after you have seen “The Black Panther”. I know all of this sounds hyperbolic. I will leave you to go and make your own judgement when you decide to watch the movie. I don’t want to describe it all to avoid being a spoiler."

Duration:02:02:39

ZBTR Round Table- "State of the Republic"

2/24/2018
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ZBTR Team reflects on Zambia's economic performance in the past few months, will the relationship with the IMF improve? Are we headed for a financial crunch which will send Zambia's currency, the Kwacha tumbling further down? At a recent cabinet meeting, several infrasructure projects were approved with funding Chinese banks. How different are they from the IMF?

Duration:01:00:37

OPEN FORUM - DIASPORA RELATIONSHIP WITH THE HOMELAND

2/17/2018
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"It feels a very exciting place to be coming back to and also an exciting time for the country. We want to be part of the change that's happening in Africa - part of the solution, not the problem,"

Duration:02:01:02

ZBTR Round Table- Can governments legislate Morality?

2/17/2018
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Join the ZBTR team with its legal analysts reflect on the recent outburst by the Zambian government's outburst about importation of "sex toys." To what extent can governments legislate morality? Aren't issues of sexually private and according to an individual? Shouldn't govt be concerned with more weightier issues than the private lifestyles of it's citizens?

Duration:00:59:37

OPEN FORUM - WHO IS STEALING AFRICA'S WEALTH? 2

2/10/2018
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Africa, despite being hailed as the new frontier of global economic growth, is losing more wealth than it is gaining. A new report analysing the movement of financial resources in and out of the continent shows that African countries received $161.6 billion in 2015 mainly in loans, personal remittances and grants. However, $203 billion was taken away directly as corporations repatriated profits and by other illegal means, leading to an annual deficit of $41.3 billion.

Duration:02:04:47

OPEN FORUM - WHO IS STEALING AFRICA'S WEALTH ?

2/10/2018
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Africa, despite being hailed as the new frontier of global economic growth, is losing more wealth than it is gaining. A new report analysing the movement of financial resources in and out of the continent shows that African countries received $161.6 billion in 2015 mainly in loans, personal remittances and grants. However, $203 billion was taken away directly as corporations repatriated profits and by other illegal means, leading to an annual deficit of $41.3 billion.

Duration:01:00:12

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