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Empathy Media Lab
Chisenga - Global Hip Hop Artist, Producer, and Sound Engineer

Empathy Media Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 32:52


“Sometimes I'll be feeling all alone…like, am I the only person that believes it? But I believe in it enough to know that where there's a will, there's a way.” Chisenga - Hip Hop Artist Extraordinaire Chisenga is a Grammy-recognised Hip-Hop artist born in Zambia and now based in Perth, Australia. His latest album is Rhythm and Poetry Born in Lusaka, Zambia, his interest in performing began at the early age of 10. With time spent at home with his mother listening to country music and later, his step-dad grooving to classic soul music, he developed an appreciation and understanding for music that would later inspire the sound he would craft in years to come. From the time he was recognised for releasing the first locally produced Hip-Hop album in his birth country Zambia, Officer in Charge was and still stands as one of the most successful Hip-Hop albums from that country. He was further introduced to Africa and the rest of the world through MTV Base and Channel-O, the two major African music channels that broadcast across Africa.  His song The Fire Inside once took a No. 1 spot across Africa on both MTV Base and Channel-O charts, which earned him a Channel-O Video Music Award for Best Music Video, Southern Africa.  Music Featured during Interview: Play On - By Crisis Mr. Swagger (aka Chisenga) PK Chishala - Na Musonda CHISENGA - Energy (Official Music Video) ft. Kuda Mic and Qzee Album Rhythm and Poetry  You can follow Chisenga's work at: https://chisenga.co/  https://linktr.ee/chisengamusic About EMLab's Artist Works Artist Works is an EMLab brand that explores the labor, concepts, and inspiration behind the artists illuminating and shaping our world.  EMLab is produced by Evan Matthew Papp and we are a proud member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network. Support media, authors, artists, historians, and journalists, and laborers who are fighting for a brighter day for everyone, everywhere. Union solidarity forever. All Links: https://wlo.link/@empathymedialab

Radio Tambua
INTERVIEW: Answering Cults in Southern Africa

Radio Tambua

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 55:50


In this recent radio interview, Kennedy Gondwe of CFAR Southern Africa and Tim Martin of CFAR USA answer important questions about our crisis of discernment and the challenge of cultic groups today. What does Scripture tell us about identifying, understanding, and answering false teachers and their followers? Listen for answers!Recording courtesy of Faith Radio 92.1 FM (Kitwe, Zambia).

Farms. Food. Future.
Building Resilience in a Time of Famine

Farms. Food. Future.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 76:38


20 million people in the Horn of Africa are at risk of starvation, largely due to a four year drought which has created the driest conditions in the area in forty years. Dr. Joseph Awange and IFAD's Satu Santala look at the root cause of famine and the solutions we can put in place. Also joining us is climate specialist Paxina Chileshe who looks at resilience building for rural communities in east and southern Africa. Plus, we hear from two farmers in Kenya about how they are dealing with drought. Land tenure specialist Harold Liversage examines how better land tenure can reduce conflicts over land and water which are increasing due to climate degradation. Our Recipes for Change campaign takes on two new exciting chefs from India, Chef Zacharias and Chef Dhondy. We also look at how young people in rural communities are being motivated to make a better life closer to home with the help of agribusiness hubs. And we have our third of four visits to the good people at the Global Donor Platform. Finally, we hear about a project in Zambia where resilience building is at the fore. This is Farms. Food. Future. – a podcast that's Good for You, Good for the Planet and Good for Farmers brought to you by the International Fund for Agricultural Development. For more information: https://www.ifad.org/en/podcasts/episode33

OK Boomer
Christine Herbert, Peace Corps volunteer, part 2

OK Boomer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 27:43


"We cant' let ourselves think about what and who we are leaving behind or it will break us.  My daily routine was in every sense life giving.  And what will make me feel that way when I return to the States?" Christine Herbert, Peace Corp volunteer and author of The Color of the Elephant, a book that recounts her African Peace Corp experience, answers this question and others in part 2 of her conversation with Boomer and Jimmy Ahmahdoofous.

Capitol Ministries
CapMin Zambia: Quickly Becoming Africa's Exemplary Ministry

Capitol Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 4:58


Neither COVID restrictions nor snags from an unusual election could prevent the newly-planted Capitol Ministries team in Zambia, Africa from exceeding expectations in building ministries to political leaders in their part of the world.

116 Welcome To The Clearing: The Reverend Olivia Coles - A Dear Old Friend & Real Clergy In The Clearing!

"The Good Listening To" Podcast with me Chris Grimes! (aka a "GLT with me CG!")

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 48:35


Ladies n' Genminminminmin (er, min...) we have Clergy in 'The Clearing'!Please welcome my very dear and lovely old friend The Reverend Olivia Coles. A real life "Vicar of Dibley" here in The Good Listening To Podcast: The Story Behind Your Story Show! recorded as a FaceBook LIVE!"More tea Vicar?""No, but I'll have another one of those Rock Cakes. Those are the buggers that made me fart..." erm, etc!Hurrah!Olivia Coles is the Vicar of Whittlesford, in Cambridgeshire. Her late father, Jeremy, was himself a Vicar, her mother Margaret was a Trauma Counsellor (and still with us). Her husband, Alasdair, is a Professor of Neuropathology at Cambridge University and he too is ordained. Their son Alex is a Northampton Saint! (He plays Rugby professionally - he has not been canonised!) Their social worker daughter, Kana, is currently specialising in Domestic Abuse. More about Olivia:Olivia herself has enjoyed a lot of training, a lot of counselling and a lot of open-house life experience in Zambia and Peru as well as in the UK. Her faith is God is beacon-like without being off-putting. Her sincerity shines through her conversation. Some might say she exhibits evidence of low self-esteem. Others might more charitably recognise her attractive humility and wonderful work ethic. The Reverend Olivia Coles loves people. She loves listening to them. She loves sharing their joy at christenings and weddings, as well as in old age, supporting their grief at funerals and wakes. Olivia takes her job very seriously - but not herself. (She once sat in a bath of porridge as a student for a whole day to raise money for charity!) For Olivia, all relationships are of paramount importance. Primarily, of course, her relationship with God and then follow all her other relationships - with her extended family and many friends, her parishioners and the wider community, including refugees arriving soon under her roof from Ukraine. She loves walking with her dog, especially on the seashore, describing the sea itself as ‘God's paintbox'. Olivia has no doubt whatsoever that God is always with us. She has no doubt whatsoever that God loves us unconditionally. Her best advice resonates the recommendation of all 12 Step fellowships: “Let go and let God!”If you are world-weary and cynical, you may find Olivia's ideas at best, naive and at worst, simplistic. But remember, it is both ignorant and arrogant to reject them without even listening to them. We invite you therefore to open your ears, open your mind, open your heart. Who knows how affected you may be by Olivia's quiet enthusiasm? Do you remember the story of St Paul on the road to Damascus?  Think about it!Reg Starkey - Health Triangle Magazine

Africalink | Deutsche Welle
AfricaLink on Air - 24 June 2022

Africalink | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 30:00


Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting officially opens in Kigali+++Malawi's Vice-President Saulos Klaus Chilima denies corruption allegations +++Sierra Leone: Outrage over treatment of detained musician+++ Pro bono legal help in Zambia+++Portrait: Harmony Wanjiku, East African speed demon

Agents of change foundation
The Voice Radio Show Climate Change and Adaptation

Agents of change foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 27:15


Zambia pledged to fight the effects of climate change by signing the Paris Agreement on Climate Change when His Excellency President Edgar Lungu appended Zambia's signature to the historic Paris Agreement in September 2016 at the 71st Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, USA. The early entry into force of the Paris Agreement triggered the operational provisions of the agreement to accelerate efforts to limit global temperature rise to well below 2 degrees celsius, and to build climate change resilience. As a nation, we therefore expect to follow up on the Marrakech COP 22 conference and to speed up the inflow of USD $100 billion per year by 2020, as pledged by developed countries with the aim of supporting climate change action in developing countries. This will require a consideration of very creative funding options and smart investments. The show is brought to you by agents of change foundation zambia with support from action Aid Zambia

Agents of change foundation
The Voice Radio Show ;Climate Change and Mitigation

Agents of change foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 32:23


Climate Change Mitigation refers to efforts to reduce or prevent emission of greenhouse gases. Mitigation can mean using new technologies and renewable energies, making older equipment more energy efficient, or changing management practices or consumer behavior. the show is brought to you by agents of change foundation Zambia with support from Action Aid Zambia

The Comb
Orphaned: Vasco's story

The Comb

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 27:37


‘I was scared of the night': When Vasco's parents died in a car accident, his childhood was transformed into a struggle to survive. He started as a young child sleeping at his father's grave, but ended up in a spiral of gangland crime and violence on the streets. Why are more children in Zambia ending up on the streets? Thanks for listening. Let us know what you think. #TheComb Get in touch: thecomb@bbc.com

Earspace
#188 Earspace - Seven.Nsl x Dayron x Narco

Earspace

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 73:58


WASSUP happy Thursday In today's episode, we get to know Seven.Nsl, Dayron & Narco We talked about: Immigration, Escaping the Streets, Zambia, Drugs, Hope, and a bunch of other stuff! Tap in with Seven's Clothing Line https://www.sevennsl.com/-Intro Music-Hood Grind Ft. Seven.Nsl Asende https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d88guSmabfgSupport the show

Working Dog Radio
Episode 167: When Africa is in your blood

Working Dog Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 97:14


⁣Your Working Dog Radio hosts, Eric @vanessk9 & Ted @ted_summers, sit down with Director and Co-Founder of ATS, Anti-poaching Tracking Specialists, Bryce Clemence.⁣ ⁣ Bryce Clemence, was awarded 2021 Best Game Ranger in Africa, by the Game Rangers Association of Africa, for the Rhino Conservation Awards. These awards recognise excellence and unity in the field of wildlife management. Bryce and his father, Peter Clemence, founded ATS in 2009; later joined by Bryce's brother, Shannon Clemence.⁣ ⁣ Shannon served as a tracking instructor at Scott Donelan Tracking School, which regularly trained American Special Military Units. Shannon returned to Zimbabwe and joined the family in 2015.⁣ ⁣ Peter is an ex-Selous Scout Chief Instructor, in the Rhodesian Army. The Selous Scouts were raised as a special forces regiment, and specialised in bush craft and counter insurgency, and intelligence based work. They were trained to hunt and forage for their own food and water supplies. Their survival skills allowed them to operate without external support which was critical to their operations. The Selous Scouts is still widely recognised today as one of the most elite counter insurgence units in history.⁣ ⁣ Bryce Clemence and his father have trained many of Zimbabwe's best rangers in key Intensive Rhino Protection Zones across the country. Extensive training has been conducted for Zimbabwe National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (ZPWMA) and Africa Parks. Additionally, ATS has trained hundreds of rangers, and prepared pass-outs for APU's in South Africa, Zambia, Malawi, Rwanda, Chad and Congo.⁣ ⁣ Today, ATS is regarded as having created one of the best operating Malinois canine units in Southern Africa: An award winning rhino protection, anti-poaching and illegal wildlife anti-trafficking, wildlife conservation and security unit in Zimbabwe's Savé Valley Conservancy. The dogs will regularly track up to 25kms, and on poacher detections will go further than this. Total area under their protection is 250,000 HA.⁣ ⁣ ATS works primarily against two main groups: Rhino Poachers, and Bushmeat Poachers. ⁣ The rhino poachers are highly skilled network in trafficking, well supported, and motivated by the rising demand for rhino horn in Asia. They are not afraid to use gunfire against ATS. The bushmeat poachers are prolific, subsidiary illegal hunters. These hunters employ snare traps, and usually, homemade type weapons, spears and knives. They know the bush very well and are vulnerable to becoming targets for ivory syndicates (rhino gangs) to recruit.⁣ ⁣ Their work is not for the faint of heart! Be sure to sit down, and learn something from this incredible team! You can also follow ATS for more information and to learn how to get involved!⁣ @ats_antipoaching

The Journey Is The Reward (dot) ORG
Episode 12 : Pre American Airlines Flight to Philadelphia

The Journey Is The Reward (dot) ORG

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 33:20


In episode 12, I finally give credit to the Madalitso Youth Choir for their opening music and song. I really messed up by not doing this sooner and I apologize to them for my oversight. In the show, Micah and I comment on listener feedback and then we talk about the end of Covid testing to enter the US, we discuss the use of Apple Air Tags in luggage while traveling, and then we talk about the different classes of service on airlines and how they have changed over the years. We end the show talking about creative use of Hilton and IHG Credit Card Benefits Again, opening music is provided by the Madalitso Youth Choir as they sing their Welcome Song, recorded at the lobby of The Royal Livingston Hotel in Zambia. We hope you enjoy the show!

Big Sky Writer
Where is Zimbabwe?

Big Sky Writer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 7:33


I've got a question for you.Where is Zimbabwe?I'm serious.If I were to hand you a blank outline map of the world, would you be able to point to the country of Zimbabwe?Pointing in the general direction of a continent is not the correct answer.If you're like me, you might know that Zimbabwe is in Africa, but if you're like me you couldn't point to exactly where in Africa it is located.Here's a description of the location from Britannica:Zimbabwe “… shares a 125-mile (200-kilometre) border on the south with the Republic of South Africa and is bounded on the southwest and west by Botswana, on the north by Zambia, and on the northeast and east by Mozambique.”1Does that help or do you have difficulty knowing where those other countries are located?For me, I knew where South Africa was and had a good idea where Mozambique was, but I had no idea where Botswana or Zambia were located.I hope your geographical knowledge is better than mine but this episode of the Big Sky Writer Newsletter is not about geography.It's about the economy.Why don't you know more about Zimbabwe?Most of us are probably aware that our country is going through some difficult economic times and the immediate future doesn't look promising.Okay, what is coming to our economy looks terrible.And, trust me on this, it's not Putin's fault.We have destroyed ourselves.You would think that with inflation already here and threatening to get worse, America's news organizations would cover how other countries have handled similar challenges … in the present and in the past.Perhaps we could learn what works and what doesn't.But how often do you hear about what happened in Germany in the 1930's or what is happening in Zimbabwe or Venezuela in the present?I'm guessing not very often.The Zimbabwean DollarSo it's time for a very short history lesson on the Zimbabwean dollar.2The first Zimbabwean dollar (ZWD) was introduced in 1980 and was worth a little more than the US dollar … $1.47 to be exact.But Zimbabwe had a number of social, political, and economic problems — does that sound like any country you know today? — and Zimbabwean dollar (ZWD) began to lose purchasing power. The government of Zimbabwe dealt with the problem by printing more Zimbabwean dollars.Does that sound like any country you know today?What happened after that?In Zimbabwe in 1983, one US dollar would get you one ZWD.But by 2006, one US dollar would get you 500,000 ZWDs.That's called inflation.Time for a changeThings got so bad, they decided to scrap their ZWD and come up with a new currency, the ZWN. In 2006, people could exchange 1,000 ZWDs and get 1 ZWN.In August of 2006, one US dollar would get you 650 ZWNs. Not as good as the original ZWD but it was respectable.However, only two years later one US dollar would get you 1,000,000,000 ZWNs.In other words, it was worthless.

Encore!
Sampa the Great on why Black women in hip-hop can be anything they want

Encore!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 12:07


A singer-songwriter, poet and MC, Sampa the Great was born in Zambia and raised in Botswana, where she began MCing at school. She then studied in America before relocating to Australia in 2014, where she launched her music career. Her incredible debut album "The Return" won numerous awards. Sampa talks to Eve Jackson about her new single “Lane” featuring American rapper Denzel Curry, what it means to be a modern African woman in music and her delight in performing at festivals like Glastonbury and Coachella.

Moments for Missions
#220620 - Missionary Letter - Zambia

Moments for Missions

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022


Missionary Letter - Zambia

The Music Show
Perfume Genius's Ugly Season and Major Zulu's Personal Revolution

The Music Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 54:06


Saturday 18 June: Perfume Genius stretches the definition of art pop in new album Ugly Season, and Major Zulu's journey to Australia from Zambia via London, Paris, gospel, soul, jazz and rock and roll.

Africalink | Deutsche Welle
AfricaLink on Air – 17 June 2022

Africalink | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 29:59


Malawi's devalued kwacha +++ High inflation in Ghana +++ Zambians are yet to see the benefits of the government's fiscal discipline +++ How Africa could earn billions in unpaid taxes +++ A mass funeral held for victims killed earlier this month at a Catholic church in Nigeria

InfoSec Overnights - Daily Security News
Cisco Email Patch, Android Malibot, Zimbra Zinger, and more.

InfoSec Overnights - Daily Security News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 3:02


A daily look at the relevant information security news from overnight - 16 June, 2022Episode 246 - 16 June 2022Cisco Email Patch- https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/cisco-secure-email-bug-can-let-attackers-bypass-authentication/Android Malibot - https://www.zdnet.com/article/this-new-android-malware-bypasses-multi-factor-authentication-to-steal-your-passwords/PrintNightmare Still Exposed- https://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/news/new-printnightmare-patch-bypassed/Shoprite Compromised - https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/extortion-gang-ransoms-shoprite-largest-supermarket-chain-in-africa/Zimbra Zinger - https://portswigger.net/daily-swig/business-email-platform-zimbra-patches-memcached-injection-flaw-that-imperils-user-credentialsHi, I'm Paul Torgersen. It's Thursday June 16th, 2022, and this is a look at the information security news from overnight. From BleepingComputer.comCisco is warning customers to patch a critical vulnerability that could allow attackers to login into the web management interface of Cisco Email Security Appliance (ESA) and Cisco Secure Email and Web Manager appliances. The flaw is due to improper authentication checks on affected devices using Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) for external authentication. From ZDNet.com:A new Android malware called Malibot steals passwords, bank details and crypto wallets, and bypasses multi-factor authentication. Oh, it can also access text messages, steal browser cookies and take screenshots. It is distributed through smishing and fake websites, one of which spoofs a legit crypto tracker that has more than a million downloads on the Play Store. Current targets are customers of Spanish and Italian banks. From Infosecurity-Magazine.com:On Tuesday, Microsoft released a partial patch for the PrintNightmare zero-day. On Wednesday they pushed an out of band patch for the remaining affected products. Later Wednesday, researchers found a way around the new patch to still exploit the original vulnerability. The ongoing flaw relates to the Point and Print function, which microsoft says is not directly related to the flaw, but has a weak security posture which makes exploitation possible. From BleepingComputer.com:Africa's largest supermarket chain, Shoprite, has been hit by a ransomware attack. The company, which operates almost three thousand stores across twelve countries in the continent, warned customers Eswatini, Namibia and Zambia that their personal information may have been compromised. A threat group called RansomHouse has claimed responsibility for the attack. There has been no mention of any business disruptions or operational issues, so this may be a straight data theft with no files encrypted. And last today, from ZPortSwigger.net Business webmail platform Zimbra has patched a memcached injection vulnerability that could allow attackers to steal login credentials without user interaction. It would steal cleartext credentials from the Zimbra instance, when the mail client connects to the server to check their mail. Details and a link to the Sonar research in the article. That's all for me today. Have a great rest of your day. Like and subscribe, and until tomorrow, be safe out there.

Aid, Evolved
Throwback: David vs. Goliath with Mike Quinn of Zoona

Aid, Evolved

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 47:35


Mike Quinn was co-founder and CEO of one Africa's earliest major financial technology (FinTech) companies, Zoona. He raised over 35 million dollars of international investment for this Zambian startup - before its heartbreaking crash and Mike's exit from the company.   In the conversation today, Mike shares how this Canadian engineer first came to Africa as a volunteer with Engineers Without Borders. Through early connections and personal initiative, he then found himself leading a Zambian mobile money company. In just a few years, Mike grew Zoona to a company that served millions of unbanked consumers in Zambia and Malawi. But that all changed when their Series C round of financing fell through at the last minute.   This is a classic David vs. Goliath story. Mike and his co-founders were a group of young, ambitious techies who wanted to make life easier for millions of Zambians. To do this, this small company needed to go head-to-head with billion-dollar international phone companies.   The craziest part? They almost won.   All of this and more is covered in Mike's book, Failing to Win, available worldwide through Amazon. You can also access the show notes at https://AidEvolved.com or connect with us on Twitter @AidEvolved.

The Journey Is The Reward (dot) ORG
Episode 11 : The Journey Is The Reward (dot) ORG : South Africa and Zambia - Part 2

The Journey Is The Reward (dot) ORG

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 46:20


In episode 11, Micah and I continue our discussion of my trip to South Africa and Zambia. We focus on the United portion of this trip as we covered the other parts of the journey in Part 1, Episode 10. We also cover a flight segment on Lufthansa (JNB - FRA) and differences between flying in First Class vs Business Class. In Part 2 of this African journey, we cover what went right and what went wrong with United... including a funny story with a new International flight attendant. Opening music is provided by the Madalitso Youth Choir as they sing their Welcome Song, recorded at the lobby of The Royal Livingston Hotel in Zambia. We hope you enjoy it!

Utajua Hujui
Today I Learned: The Negro Bible and Zambia's Space Agency

Utajua Hujui

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 48:17


Did you know that there was once a Negro Bible, that excluded most of the Old Testament and any mention of freedom and liberation? Or that Zambia had a space program in the 1960s? In this episode, Aileen walks you through these incredible facts of history! Imagine, there are no digressions! Blog Post: https://the-inbetweeners.blogspot.com/2018/04/tribalism-not-just-african-problem.html Sources The Negro Bible Bartolomé de las Casas (WikiQuote) Becky Little, Why Bibles Given to Slaves Omitted Most of the Old Testament (2019) Blue Letter Bible, Expose of Mormonism: The Bible, (n.d.) Brigit Katz, Heavily Abridged ‘Slave Bible' Removed Passages That Might Encourage Uprisings(2019) Daniel Walden, Was Jesus a Socialist? (2020) Erica Johnson, Rosaries and Revolution: Father Philemon, Catholicism, and the Haitian Revolution(2015) George Moore, Wrongfully Dividing the Word Of Truth: The History And Impact of the Negro Slave Bible - Part 1 (2021) George Moore, Wrongfully Dividing the Word Of Truth: The History and Impact of the Negro Slave Bible- Part 2 (2021) John E. Baur, International Repercussions of the Haitian Revolution (1970) Michel Martin, Slave Bible From The 1800s Omitted Key Passages That Could Incite Rebellion(2018) Rearranged the Trade Patterns of the Western Hemisphere in Lucia Coppolaro and Francine McKenzie, A Global History of Trade and Conflict since 1500 (2013) Robert J Matthews, “Why don't we use the Inspired Version of the Bible in the Church? Would it be helpful to me to read it?” (1977) Steven Topik, An Explosion of Violence: How the Haitian Revolution Zambia's Space Program Royal Museums Greenwich, The Zambian Space Programme (n.d.) Namwali Serpell, The Zambian “Afronaut” Who Wanted to Join the Space Race (2017) Colin Marshall, Meet ‘The Afronauts': An Introduction to Zambia's Forgotten 1960s Space Program, (2020) Eric Otieno Sumba, Afronauts Are Forever | The Enduring Cultural Legacy Of The ‘Zambia Space Program'(2020) Alexis C Madrigal, Old, Weird Tech: The Zambian Space Cult of the 1960s (2010)

The Gareth Cliff Show
On the Devil's Trail

The Gareth Cliff Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 53:01


15.06.22 Pt 2 - Bemba is a language in Mutale's country, and she teaches Gareth and Simphiwe how to say a few words, and tells us about the beautiful land of Zambia. South Africa's very own Chuck Norris, as seen on the hit TV series Devilsdorp, Ben Booysen joins the team to talk about his new book, and the realities of being in the SA police force.

The Gareth Cliff Show
The Queen Of Zambia's Media

The Gareth Cliff Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 61:04


15.06.22 Pt 1 - Journalist, producer, voice artist, events host, and businesswoman Mutale Mwanza joins the show as our special guest co-host. One of Mutale's first questions is about witchcraft in Limpopo… which leads the team to talk about fallen boobs!

Bringing Up Baby
Postpartum Sexual Health with Dr. Rachel Ollivier, PhD

Bringing Up Baby

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 29:11


Postpartum sexual health is such an important topic that we're just not talking enough about, am I right?!Meet, Dr. Rachel Ollivier. She's  a maternal and women's health researcher and practicing Registered Nurse. She currently works as a travel nurse on various acute medical-surgical units across British Columbia and Nova Scotia and is also employed as a nurse on the women's surgical unit at the IWK Health Centre. She has also completed nursing work in both Zambia and Tanzania. Some of her previous awards include being named a Vanier Scholar and being recognized as one of Optimyz magazine's Top 100 Health Care Leaders for 2021. In March of this year, she completed her PhD in Nursing at Dalhousie University, where her research focused on exploring sexual health after birth using feminist poststructuralism. Rachel and I dove into what her research is all about and some pretty significant findings. Take a listen and let me know what you think on Insta or Facebook @birth_baby_sleep.Ashley CooleyBirth Baby and Sleep SpecialistWebsite: BirthBabySleep.caFind me on FacebookFind me on Instagram

PRI's The World
UK plan to send migrants to Rwanda faces legal challenges

PRI's The World

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 47:28


Faced with rising numbers of migrants and asylum-seekers crossing the English Channel on boats, the British government came up with a plan to fly them to Rwanda to apply for asylum there. Now, the plan is facing legal challenges, and it might not even happen. And, in 1962, revolutionary leader Fidel Castro banned professional sports in Cuba, and encouraged athletes to pursue amateur careers. Now, the country is ending its longtime ban on professional boxing, and the national team has made a triumphant debut. Also, in Zambia, the growing presence of neurologists in the region is starting to challenge long-held beliefs about multiple sclerosis. Plus, for the third time in 40 years, a human beat a horse in the annual 22.5-mile race held in Wales, scoring a cash prize and bragging rights over 1,000 other runners and 50 horses (and their riders). This podcast and all The World's coverage is free and accessible because listeners like you support our work. We need your help to continue to go beyond the headlines, to bring you the people at the center of the events we cover. Help us reach our goal of raising $25,000 before June 30 by learning more and donating here.

OK Boomer
Tales From the Workplace: Peace Corps Volunteer (pt. 1)

OK Boomer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 36:59


Naked, afraid, and alone . . . well, she wasn't naked, but Christine Herbert did have some scary moments (poisonous snakes, floods) spending two years in the African nation of Zambia, thousands of miles away from friends, family, and even people of her race.  No electricity in her mud hut was just one element of her experience that molded an unexpected transformation that challenged the way she understoond the world.  She captures two years of wonder in her book "The Color of the Elephant" and shares the laughter, the mud, and the tears in her interview with Boomer and Jimmy Ahmahdoofuous.

Sandy Rios in the Morning
Conversation With Voddie Baucham On His Ministry, Zambia, and Upcoming SBC Annul Meeting

Sandy Rios in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 46:31


Planet Sport Football Africa
10 June - Afcon qualifiers - Frankie Musonda - Tariq Lamptey

Planet Sport Football Africa

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 29:30


On this week's show we catch up on the latest in the 2023 Afcon qualifiers, with Nigeria making a winning start and Egypt losing to Ethiopia.We speak to Scotland-based defender Frankie Musonda who committed to play for Zambia, and made his debut in these qualifiers.Also we talk about Brighton's Tariq Lamptey deciding to play for  Ghana. And Stuart on the tough schedule for players in Europe.

TLDR Daily Briefing
June 9: An Attack in Berlin & Zambia Wants British Migrants

TLDR Daily Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 5:57


Sign up for a CuriosityStream subscription and also get a FREE Nebula subscription (the streaming platform built by creators): http://CuriosityStream.com/TLDRdailyWelcome to the TLDR News Daily BriefingWe discuss the tragic news that the people of Berlin have been targeted in another attack on the city; and we look at the news that Zambia may want more British migrants.

World in Progress | Deutsche Welle
World in Progress: Education and health matters

World in Progress | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 29:59


Lebanon's crisis has devastating effects on education: Many parents can no longer afford to pay for school fees, and more and more children have dropped out. Community health workers are important for people all over the world, especially in rural areas where doctors and nurses are few and far between. We hear from one brave woman in Zambia who's trying to make a change in people's lives.

The Journey Is The Reward (dot) ORG
Episode 10 : The Journey Is The Reward (dot) ORG : South Africa and Zambia - Part 1

The Journey Is The Reward (dot) ORG

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 48:23


In episode 10, Micah and I discuss my trip to South Africa and Zambia. In Part 1, we focus on the non-United parts of this trip as the United experience was simply too painful and fresh to cover. We want to focus on the positives and discuss the other aspects of the trip... including some of the bookings and land activities. This was my first trip to Zambia and seeing / experiencing Victoria Falls. On this trip, I was also traveling with another couple, friends of mine for over 30 years! In this show, we also answer listener mail by addressing the economics of this project, where the money is coming from and the expected benefits. Basically, we discuss the math behind the project. In episode 11, Part 2, we will cover what went right and what went wrong with United... so please check back for that episode!

MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Christian Global Health Movement in Perspective

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022


The purpose of this session is to obtain an overview of the key elements of the new Christian Global Health in Perspective course designed to prepare both those trained in the medical professions and others about the biblical, historical, cultural and strategic aspects of evidence-based global health service. Wholeness from the perspective of shalom will form a sustainable framework upon which one can build effective transformational service among the nations, because health concerns everyone.

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Dref Unleashed
EP 22 - Managing a young career, balancing a creative/ professional life, dreaming big and more

Dref Unleashed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 68:18


Mulenga's socials:Twitter: https://twitter.com/iam_mulengaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/iam_mulenga/Follow Dref Unleashed on your favorite socials:Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/drefunleashed Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drefunleashed Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drefunleashe

Schmooze & Booze - The Podcast
57-Working with chimps in Zambia and climate change with Ana Sol Giovanetti

Schmooze & Booze - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 58:26


Our guest Ana Sol Giovanetti worked for a year at a chimpanzee conservation center in Zambia and returned to Canada to continue contributing to the fight against climate change. She currently works for the Canadian Environmental Network where she helps in creating a bridge between policy makers and various grassroots NGOs dedicated to environmental preservation. We discuss the different ways the global south and the global north can contribute deep questions relevant to resolving the climate crisis.  Let's get schmoozing

Good Morning Africa
Meet the CEO: Olawale Rotimi Opeyemi of JR Farms

Good Morning Africa

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 22:00


Today's CEO takes us to Nigeria, Rwanda and Zambia with his mission to create  sustainable food production and increased incomes for farmerslacross Africa.

Bilal Ismail
IDP Zim Zambia Malawi Trip Report

Bilal Ismail

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 34:36


IDP Report Back from the 15 May – 26 May 2022 Trip

PH SPOTlight: Public health career stories, inspiration, and guidance from current-day public health heroes
Pursuing an MSW/MPH dual degree at Columbia University, with Tieisha Walters

PH SPOTlight: Public health career stories, inspiration, and guidance from current-day public health heroes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 37:43


In this episode, Sujani sits down with Tieisha Walters to discuss her experience with the Master of Public Health / Master of Science in Social Work program from Columbia University. They chat about what the dual degree is like and what doors it has opened for Tieisha.You'll LearnHow Tieishia found her way into the public health fieldWhat motivated Tieisha to pursue the dual MSSW/MPH Tieisha's experience with the MSSW/MPH program and what she would have done differentlyWhat Colombia's dual MSSW/MPH program is like including:How courses are structured What practicum opportunities may be availableHow social work and public health learning was integrated throughout the programMain advantages of doing a dual degree Advice from Tieisha for others who might be considering an MPH/MSW degreeTieisha's experiences working around the world and how her knowledge in both social work and public health has benefited herTips from Tieisha on searching for jobs with a dual degreeToday's GuestTieisha Walters received a Master of Public Health and a Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University in 2017. After graduating from Columbia, Ms. Walters served one year as a Peace Corps Response Volunteer in Zambia. During her time in Zambia, Ms. Walters focused on reducing the prevalence of maternal and neonatal deaths. Upon returning to the U.S., Ms. Walters worked as a Resource Coordinator teaching sexuality education to high school students. However, when covid-19 was declared a pandemic, Ms. Walters decided to utilize both her MPH and MSW skills to assist her city (NYC) in combating this virus. Ms. Walters worked as both a Contact Tracer for NYC Health + Hospital and as a Public Health Analyst contractor for CDC. Presently, Ms. Walters is working as a Licensed Social Worker/ Community Partnership Manager for the Economic Opportunity Commission of Nassau County. Ms. Walters believes that her purpose on earth is to be in public service and to help improve the lives of others, one individual at a time.   ResourcesLearn more about Colombia's MSSW and MPH Dual Degree Other PH SPOT resources:Share ideas for the podcast: Fill out this formNever heard of a podcast before? Read this guide we put together to help you get set up.Be notified when new episodes come out, and receive hand-picked public health opportunities every week by joining the PH SPOT community.Contribute to the public health career blog: www.phspot.ca/contributeUpcoming course on infographics: phspot.ca/infographicsLearn more about PH Spot's 6-week training programSupport the show

Dynamic Love Ministries
What is faith and how does God bring it to us?

Dynamic Love Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022


To For our daily updates on what we are busy with in Zambia via TELEGRAM just click on the link. We just share as we go. I am sure you will feel part of what is going on as you follow us every day. Join the experience! https://t.me/ourzambiamission

Bible League International // Action Podcast
Leah Disciples Teens in her Zambian Village

Bible League International // Action Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 17:22


The Bible is replete with women who've made a tremendous difference for the sake of the Gospel:  Sarah, Esther, Elizabeth, Mary the mother of Jesus, and the list goes on.   Leah is a wife and mother of two in the eastern part of Zambia in Africa.  She lives in a simple hut, draws clean water from a well, and cooks over an outdoor pit.  Leah finds great joy in discipling Christian teens in her primitive village using God's Word and Project Philip Bible studies from Bible League International.  Thank you for tuning in and inviting others to listen with you.   Length - 17:23       

MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Healthcare Education Missions, Cultural Competence, Critical Thinking

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022


This session will present how combining cultural competence and critical thinking when teaching healthcare in a global setting, will be more effective if the participant’s previous learning experiences are included in teaching methods.

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Pan-African Journal
Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

Pan-African Journal

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 193:00


Listen to the Sun. May 29, 2022 special edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This is part two of the African Liberation Weekend. The program features our PANW report with dispatches on the announced sanctions by the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) government against neighboring Rwanda over the status of rebel attacks in the east of the country; a Sudanese woman, Amira Osman Hamed, has been chosen for a human rights award; the Malawian currency, the Kwacha, decreased 25 percent in value in recent weeks; and the African Union summit discussed the crisis in food security on the continent. In the second hour we look back on the life, times and contributions of Congolese revolutionary leader Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba and the circumstances surrounding his assassination. In addition, we examine the unanswered questions involving the death of former United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold in then then Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia) in a mysterious airline crash. Finally, we feature an archived audio report on the failed Bay of Pigs invasion in Cuba during April 1961.

The Documentary Podcast
The Royal diplomat

The Documentary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 50:44


After 70 years on the throne, Queen Elizabeth II is the world's most high profile global figure and a unique exemplar of diplomacy and soft power. Much of her role takes place behind the scenes. She came to the throne in 1952 at a time of crisis and as the British Empire disintegrated in the aftermath of World War Two. The Queen's role as constitutional monarch and head of the Commonwealth placed her at the heart of global crises. We recall how she visited Ghana, Zambia and South Africa as a diplomatic envoy, helping to mediate in the racial politics of post-colonial Africa. From her first state visit to the US in 1957 to repair the transatlantic relationship after the Suez crisis, to the historic 2011 visit to Ireland, we show how reconciliation has been a major theme of the Queen's reign.

The Documentary Podcast
Don't log off: People are alike all over

The Documentary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 27:50


For the last decade Alan Dein has crossed the globe via the internet to gather stories from total strangers and occasional old friends. Roberta from Zambia is tending to her chickens when she encounters Alan. She shares stories of her father's commitment to education that has shaped a generation and the pain of loss. Steve, in Kenya, has parked up his taxi with a rooster nearby. He unravels his life story of a boy from the ghetto who found love. In Uganda, Marion the midwife has been picking up the pieces of community life still ravaged by Covid-19. All three stories connect in unusual ways, but show that people are alike all over.

Zero Blog Thirty
15 Days Without Sexual Harassment = Casual Fridays

Zero Blog Thirty

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 73:20


On today's ZBT we've got 4 rounds in the magazine ... ROUND 1: People in Delaware were calling the cops this past weekend for a noise complaint… and the party they were trying to break up? An air show ROUND 2: When the Bank of Zambia got hacked they responded swiftly in the most Marine Corps way possible - by trolling the hackers with dicks ROUND 3: Going on leave? Don't forget to send your higher ups all your bank account details! ROUND 4: Kate interviews Christian Borys of Saint Javelin