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Roland de Chazal is best known for being the 81-year-old motorbike postie on Magnetic Island, but his earlier life in Rhodesia had its moments too — it was there he met the Queen Mother and kept his pet cheetah, Jackals
W.E. are internationally known, so SJR passed the microphone—all the way to our friend Consolata Kapuya in Zimbabwe! That's right! This week on the podcast, SJR is connecting beyond borders & issa vibe! TUNE IN as Consolata shares the journey of affirming her identity while making fear her audience. Sis highkey remembered WHOSE she was & the game changed! For being authentic and allowing listeners the room to bloom, W.E. gave this ‘Hail Mary' her flowers! GIRL…are you waiting to exhale? Then pull up on WomanEvolve.com/conference21 where God gone spin the block for YOU…to breathe again! Holla at us if you wish to co-host by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancel unwanted subscriptions with Truebill.com/WomanEvolve + Try.Scribd.com/Evolve for a FREE 60-day trial of eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, music, podcasts & MORE!
During World War Two, close to 20,000 Polish people found refuge in Africa. They arrived after surviving imprisonment in Soviet labour camps and a harrowing journey across the Soviet Union to freedom. Casimir Szczepanik arrived as a child in a refugee camp in Zimbabwe (then Southern Rhodesia). He talks to Rob Walker about his life there and the impact the war still has on him. Photo:Casimir Szczepanik and his mother in the refugee camp. Credit:Casimir Szczepanik
This week, host Mungi Ngomane is joined by Sinikiwe Stephanie Dhliwayo, a creative, an entrepreneur, an educator, and a speaker who is steadfast in her belief that Blackness and humanity are inextricably linked. She is driven daily by a deep desire to change the narrative of what it looks like and feels like to be well. An immigrant from Zimbabwe, Sinikiwe's work is imbued with Ubuntu and in this episode, she and Mungi discuss the mission of her wellness company, Naaya, as well as how she approaches wellness.Whether making yoga and meditation accessible to those who need the practice most, or telling stories of marginalized folks through elevated photo and video, Sinikiwe is dedicated to creating a more equitable and just society. In this conversation, Sinikiwe speaks about how she does not believe in a one-size-fits-all wellness practice, focusing instead on asking ourselves: what "brings us joy?" Her work and efforts to make the wellness space more equitable can be found in Beyonce, Byrdie, Dame, Goop, Well and Good, and Refinery29. Her previous teaching and speaking engagements include The Re-Treat, Create and Cultivate, The Wing, Unwell Conference, Lululemon, Goop League, Summit, Faherty Sun Sessions, and Girlvana.Listen to this episode to hear Sinikiwe share what she lost in the pandemic and what keeps her going in difficult moments. Mungi also highlights Sinikiwe's automatic email response and the two have a conversation about how to balance granting yourself grace in this fast-paced world.……..Visit mungingomane.coFollow Mungi on InstagramFollow The Brand is Female on Instagram
It's been a dismal World Cup qualification campaign for Zimbabwe and in this podcast we take a deeper dive on why the team have performed so badly. Our guest this week is Marshall Gore, who is the CEO of Team Zimbabwe UK and also works with the national team from a recruitment perspective, and he gives his candid views on what needs to change to reinvigorate the hapless Warriors. Host: Zayn Nabbi (@sportsguyzayn)Guest: Marshall Gore (CEO of Team Zimbabwe UK)#zimbabwe #GoWarrirosGo #FIFAWorldCupQatar2022 #FIFAWorldCupQualifiers Subscribe above to ensure you never miss a videoPodcast: https://shows.acast.com/on-the-whistleYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCALlaAECXkSO97ttqjPvhqAFollow us on IG: https://www.instagram.com/otw_podcast/Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/otw_podcast?lang=enLike us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/onthewhistlepodcastTalk to us on WhatsApp: +447908 790 474Episode Notes 1:00 - Logistically it would have been wiser to play games in Morocco 4:00 - Zim needs a clear development plan, as "wounded leadership" are failing 9:30 - New leadership needed with legends like Benjani Mwaruwari and Bruce Grobbelaar18:30 - Goals for AFCON in Cameroon Duration: 21:50 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Humans are made in the image of God, blessed by Him to lead society. But what does this mean for our influence today? Blog Post: https://fxmissions.com/222 One Click Tweet: https://fxmissions.com/222t One Click Facebook Share: https://fxmissions.com/222f Have you been wondering how to be effective in fulfilling the Great Commission and impacting the surrounding culture? In this episode, Dr. Noah Manyika shares the PREVAIL model of leadership called PREVAIL that will help you do just that. Hear about what it means to be present in order to impact culture for Christ and explore what's happening around you so that your faith-based organization or nonprofit can measure its effectiveness. KEY TAKEAWAYS: Fulfilling the mandate of making disciples Defining acts of worship more broadly The acronym of PREVAIL (the first 3) Measuring the effectiveness of nonprofits and, especially faith-based organizations, and the fulfillment of the Great Commission LINKS & RESOURCES: Noahmanyika.com email@example.com Download the PREVAIL Model of Leadership (PDF) Get Dr. Noah's book, The Challenge of Leadership: Is There Not a Cause? ABOUT DR. NOAH MANYIKA Dr. Noah Manyika is a Senior Fellow with the Sagamore Institute for Policy Research. He has served as an advisor to the Zimbabwe Government of National Unity led by John Nkomo, former Vice President of Zimbabwe. He also served as an adviser to ministry organizations in the Charlotte area on developing their urban and global missions work. Read Noah's story at noahmanyika.com/my-story. ABOUT THE LEADERSHIP MOMENT Scott McClelland of Foundational Missions shares bite-sized insights into leadership, with a focus on the Bible, missions, and ministry. He pulls from a wide variety of sources and always has something to inspire and challenge us to greatness. Leave a Rating or Review: https://lovethepodcast.com/leadersmoment Follow to get the show for free: https://followthepodcast.com/leadersmoment
Mahima- just the one name, thank you very much- joins Refractive to encourage listeners to find your GENIUS- and embrace it! Speaker, author, and founder of The Mahima Mindset, Mahima discusses breaking free of the societal programming in Zimbabwe that threatened to keep her life WAY smaller than she deserved, and the decision to step into her full power. She talks about two important forms of purpose (your genius and your mission) that are important to investigate, and a challenge to all of us to check for self-sabotage around abundance. Mahima also reviews the link between beliefs and the beautiful life we manifest for ourselves. Enjoy this extraordinarily rich episode that is chock-full of love, wisdom, and gentle guidance. For more information on Mahima’s offerings and her free gift- the 21 day meditation challenge- visit https://themahimamindset.com/21-day-meditation-challenge/ For similarly themed episodes on Refractive, check out “When Purpose Gets in the Way,” “Whose Expectations Are You Trying to Meet?” and “Free Yourself from Limiting Beliefs.” Contact host Johnny Guidry at firstname.lastname@example.org, and visit Mahima at TheMahimaMindset.com. Automatic transcript follows, please excuse any errors. Hello, everyone. And welcome to another episode of refractive. This is Johnny G today. I am so pleased to introduce you to my guests. Her name is Mahima and she is a self-mastery mentor. She’s a mindset trainer and international best-selling author and an award-winning speaker. She’s the founder of the, my Hema mindset. Although she was born and raised in Zimbabwe, she has since spent her entire life traveling the world, and she has taught her own unique brand of mindful leadership. She has done over 10,000 hours of meditation practice. She is a sought after expert on meditation. And today she is here to talk with us about discovering your own genius. And I am so excited to dig a little bit into this amazing topic. So welcome a Hema. It’s wonderful to have you.Speaker 3 00:01:39 Thank you so much, Johnny. Thank you for having me what a pleasure to be able to come and share my story. And, you know, your story is brilliant, remarkable, and amazing. And, um, and it’s just such a joy to be in the presence of what I call like powerful people that are like just doing what they love in the world and, you know, and spreading love enjoying the world. So it’s an honor to be here with you. Thank you.Speaker 2 00:02:04 Thank you. I have to say that that’s been one of the most wonderful parts of living this lifestyle. And following this path is meeting people who spread light. And this is, so this is my tribe, right? This is my tribe. You know, a lot of people, we find our tribe and in our late adolescents or perhaps university years, or, you know, but no, my tribe it’s these people who crisscrossed the world shining brightly and helping other people to shine brightly. And so I know that this has been an important part of how you have established yourself in the world.Speaker 3 00:02:43 Absolutely. I mean, my whole worl
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode David and Annie are thrilled to have a sponsor with Jstudy and you can get 50% off now when you click on this link https://www.jstudyguide.com/discount/QUIZBANG: On an American 15-ball pool table used for play 8-Ball or 9-Ball, what color is the 6 ball? What is the term for the regular reptition of a form? Popularized by New York's Le Cirque Restaurant in the mid 1970s, what Italian dish features vegetables in a light cream sauce? Liberia, Zimbabwe, and Belize all share what official language? ATMs in in this city are the only ones in the world that allow users to make transactions in Latin. Who is the longest-tenured cast member in the history of Saturday Night Live? Bobbi-Bobbi, one of the ancestarl snakes of the BinBinga, an aboriginal people living in Northern Australia, created what weapon out of one of his own ribs? Petrology is the scientific study of what? What animal has the following species? Sockeye, Coho, Chum, Chinook (aka King)? Which company was named by its founder Anthony Wood after the Japanese word for “six” because it was the sixth company he started? The memoir of which musical artist was titled The Beautiful Ones? What word can proceed the following words to form distinct prepositional phrases: late, note, sorts? Music Hot Swing, Fast Talkin, Bass Walker, Dances and Dames by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Don't forget to follow us on social media for more trivia: Patreon - patreon.com/quizbang - Please consider supporting us on Patreon. Check out our fun extras for patrons and help us keep this podcast going. We appreciate any level of support! Website - quizbangpod.com Check out our website, it will have all the links for social media that you need and while you're there, why not go to the contact us page and submit a question! Facebook - @quizbangpodcast - we post episode links and silly lego pictures to go with our trivia questions. Enjoy the silly picture and give your best guess, we will respond to your answer the next day to give everyone a chance to guess. Instagram - Quiz Quiz Bang Bang (quizquizbangbang), we post silly lego pictures to go with our trivia questions. Enjoy the silly picture and give your best guess, we will respond to your answer the next day to give everyone a chance to guess. Twitter - @quizbangpod We want to start a fun community for our fellow trivia lovers. If you hear/think of a fun or challenging trivia question, post it to our twitter feed and we will repost it so everyone can take a stab it. Come for the trivia - stay for the trivia. Ko-Fi - ko-fi.com/quizbangpod - Keep that sweet caffeine running through our body with a Ko-Fi, power us through a late night of fact checking and editing!
Join Haymarket Books and Spectre Journal for a conversation on revolution in the contemporary era. The last three decades have seen an increase in the number of political upheavals that challenge existing power structures, many of them taking the form of urban revolts. Revolutionary Rehearsals in the Neoliberal Age explores a series of these upheavals--in Eastern Europe, South Africa, Indonesia, Argentina, Bolivia, Venezuela, sub-Saharan Africa (including Congo, Zimbabwe, Burkina Faso) and Egypt. In this book launch scholars of and participants in some of these revolutionary upheavals will consider what lessons we can draw from these moments and movements that brought the system to its knees, before it rallied and turned back the tides of sweeping change. Order a copy of the book from Haymarket: https://www.haymarketbooks.org/books/1653-revolutionary-rehearsals-in-the-neoliberal-age --------------------------------------------------------------------- Speakers: Cinzia Arruzza is associate professor of philosophy at the New School for Social Research and Eugene Lang College. She is the Vice-President of the New School AAUP chapter and the co-author of Feminism for the 99%. A Manifesto. She is a member of the editorial board of Spectre Journal. Gareth Dale teaches politics at Brunel University. He is the author of The East German Revolution of 1989. Frances Fox Piven is a distinguished professor of political science and sociology at The Graduate Center, City University of New York. She is a co-author, with Richard A. Cloward, of The Breaking of the American Social Compact; a co-author, with Lorraine C. Minnite and Margaret Groarke, of Keeping Down the Black Vote: Race and the Demobilization of American Voters; and the author of The War at Home: The Domestic Costs of Bush's Militarism and Who's Afraid of Frances Fox Piven?: The Essential Writings of the Professor Glenn Beck Loves to Hate. She lives in New York City. Sameh Naguib teaches sociology at the American University in Cairo and has written extensively on politics in Egypt and the Middle East. He is also a founding member of the Revolutionary Socialist Movement in Egypt. --------------------------------------------------------------------- This event is sponsored by Spectre Journal and Haymarket Books. Watch the live event recording: https://youtu.be/OyRXyOXZyv0 Buy books from Haymarket: www.haymarketbooks.org Follow us on Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/haymarketbooks
António Venâncio pronto para "desafiar" João Lourenço para a presidência do MPLA. A partir de 1 de novembro passa a ser obrigatória apresentação de certificado de vacinação para aceder aos locais públicos em Angola. Ruanda importa professores do Zimbabwe.
(00:00-8:17): Brian and Aubrey discussed Bob Smietana's Religion News Service article, “Menlo Church investigation finds no direct evidence or disclosures of sexual abuse.” (8:17-19:42): Craig Deall, CEO of Foundations for Farming, joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about the work of Foundations for Farming in Zimbabwe and how the organization is revolutionizing agriculture in that country and beyond. Learn more about Foundations for Farming at foundationsforfarming.com and connect with Craig on Twitter at @Deallo1 (19:42-28:14): Brian and Aubrey shared their thoughts on Dr. Sanjay Gupta's CNN article, “Dr. Sanjay Gupta: Why Joe Rogan and I sat down and talked -- for more than 3 hours.” (26:00-36:31): Brian and Aubrey shared encouragement on dealing with bitterness. (36:31-45:13): What can we learn about God from the Ten Commandments? Brian and Aubrey talked about this and commented on Andrew Wilson's Christianity Today article, “The Ten Commitments Behind the Ten Commandments.” (45:13-54:56): Brian and Aubrey shared encouraging tweets from Scott Sauls, Derwin Gray, Sharon Hodde Miller, and Beth Moore. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The More Sibyl Podcast Presents서른 다섯이 되다| The One with Mo! – On Version 3.5: Episode 31 (2021) Being on the receiving end of questions feels strange but in a good way. I turned 35 recently and decided to have a reflective moment with my friend, Linda. Linda is back! Linda Jena, my dear friend, and sister, came back from the Proust questionnaire interview with even more deeply reflective questions. Linda is one of the show's most committed supporters. She is from Zimbabwe and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. degree at Texas A&M University in Commerce, TX. This episode was soul-searching and self-reflective for me. In this episode, we talked about living life, joy, pride, faith, the importance of finding your tribe, and most importantly, learning lessons and moving forward amidst grief and disappointments. Brace yourself for bolder stories, and please let us know how we can better serve you and what topics you'd like for us to explore.
A 2003 inductee into the World Golf Hall of Fame and the winner of three major championships and one Players Championship, Nick Price joins us to talk about growing up in Rhodesia (present-day Zimbabwe), learning the game as a left-hander and his early successes as an amateur. Nick recounts his time spent in the Rhodesian Air Force during the "Bush War" there and the honor of representing his country in the 1976 Eisenhower Trophy. He relates the decision process to turn professional in 1977 and discusses those early days on the South African and European Tours. Finally, he fondly recalls his special relationship with his long-time caddie, Jeff "Squeeky" Medlin and growing up with his swing coach, David Leadbetter. Nick Price tells his early story, "FORE the Good of the Game."
Nickola lives in South Africa, near the Kruger National Park. She was raised in Zimbabwe and grew up on a farm. She is a newly single mom of 2 children age 3 and 6. She is passionate about wildlife, photography and helping other women with their businesses. Before the pandemic hit she had a profitable photography studio which came to a grinding halt. Her story is one of many ups and downs. One of the biggest lessons she's learned in life, is that we don't always have control over the circumstances or situations we might find ourselves in, but what we do have control over, is the choices we make as to how we handle them, how we respond to them and how much power we give it over our lives. Having come out the other end of divorce, loss, and most recently an armed robbery, she has and is currently experiencing massive transformation in her life, living every day with gratitude for just being alive. Hold onto your seat for this interview! You can find Nickola Bales at: Web: www.she-clicks.com | www.nickolabales.com Instagram: @nickolabales Facebook: www.facebook.com/nickolabales | www.facebook.com/groups/sheclickspodcast Podcast: www.anchor.fm/sheclicks
Little men in black suits, an ominous warning, disc-shaped aircraft; in Zimbabwe, Africa, in 1994, over 60 school children experienced a close encounter. Join us in the clubhouse to hear the story of The Ariel School Phenomenon. Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruwa_UFO_incident https://www.bbc.com/news/av/stories-57749238 https://www.news24.com/witness/archive/The-day-the-aliens-landed-20150430 It's Supernatural with Ashley Flowers, Episode: Alien: The Ariel School Sighting --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/3ammysteryclub/support
Hey Campers, get away from that dead uncle and over to the fire, we got some stories to tell. This week we take you back to one of the best forgotten horror movies of the 2000's, 13 Ghosts, and walk you back through the back story of every ghost trapped in that house, including The Hammer, The Jackal, and The Juggernaut. We also tell you about the strange Zimbabwe alien sighting that 60ish kids still remember and swear to, even after close to 30 years.
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Joining I&I this week all the way from Zimbabwe we have the rising star Proverb Nesta I! Good reasoning with the bredren and lots of tracks from his new album, “Tower of Babel”, as well as more healing tones coming in this week from artists like Pressure Busspipe, Micah Shemaiah, Ginjah, Kailash and Lucas Kastrup, […]
Investing in a business or project requires a full process with components and aspects that may exceed our original cost expectation. You never know what you're fully getting into until you walk through the experience. How can entrepreneurs stabilize life, business, and abundance? Now is a good moment for a Wise Walk. On the True Stride podcast, we take a Wise Walk to slow down and check our reality. True Stride is that feeling you get when you're aligned in your heart with all that you do, and you feel energized and happy with each and every step that you take. I'm your host, Mary Tess Rooney, and I connect with Susanne Mariga on our Wise Walk for this guest episode. Susanne Mariga built her background as a certified public accountant (CPA), and owns a practice in Houston, TX. Her business, Mariga CPA PLLC, achieved recognition as a Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business and attained the E-10 Award from the Houston Minority Supplier Development Council. Taking from her entrepreneurial journey, Susanne is the author of Profit First For Minority Business Enterprises. On our Wise Walk, Susanne and I share our thoughts on these questions and more: How can you follow your heart and create abundance in your life? If you lean too much towards emotion or logic, what are 2-3 things you can do to find the balance? What's one action you can take to build financial stability while you bring what lights you up to the world? Susanne says she left the corporate world and began her business to have more time with her soon-to-be-born daughter. Now, 14 years later, Susanne can share lessons on balancing profit and life in a way that fits her True Stride. To begin the process of financial stability in business, Susanne suggests a profit-first mentality and clarity on personal alignment to give business strategy a direction. Take a Wise Walk with us to uncover a new sense of freedom and explore what it looks like to move forward within an inspiring community. In this episode: [00:23] - Welcome to the show! [03:22] - Susanne Mariga says balance is always moving and reminisces of her earlier days as a corporate woman. [06:16] - Susanne talks about starting a business and what happened as the business that once gave her freedom began to grow. [08:45] - Mary Tess reaffirms the predicament of balancing life and business. Sometimes an imbalance causes a reality check. [10:44] - Hear Susanne share how a “profit-first” mentality impacted this life-business balance for her own entrepreneurial journey. [13:16] - How did Susanne decide to write her book about leaning towards a profit-first mentality? [15:27] - Here are the aspects of business to gain clarity on before moving onto a strategy of financial stability. [17:45] - What happens when entrepreneurs lean too far to the “logic” strategy of business? Susanne shares her insight from client experiences she noticed. [20:30] - Mary Tess and Susanne express ideas around what it takes to publish a book. [23:28] - Susanne poses these two questions for creating a quality book. Mary Tess shares her commitments and inspirations in her purpose as an author. [26:26] - Susanne's book contains a layer of social impact for girls in Zimbabwe. [28:08] - Here is what Susanne discovered in a study involving the outliers of success. Why is personal narrative so crucial? [31:03] - Choose your story and voice it. Mary Tess emphasizes voicing your value, attracting the ones you connect with, and shifting the dynamic of appreciation and abundance. [33:01] - Thank you for listening! Memorable Quotes: “I really started to align my intentions and the things that I really wanted with my actions. I used a profit-first mentality in order to now have the firm that I want.” - Susanne “You can absolutely shift your mindset, and follow what lights you up. You don't have to succumb to the external pressures that we're conditioned to.” - Mary Tess “I was raised to believe that you have the company, and the 401k, and the benefits, and then all of a sudden, it's like ‘There's another world out there.' I can pursue that if I'm brave enough to, and right now, I am.” - Mary Tess “At the end of the day, the stories that we choose to accept about ourselves are the ones that influence where we're going to go.” - Susanne Links and Resources: Mary Tess Rooney Email Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram Susanne Mariga Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram
This week I'm so excited to be joined by someone who I met at one of my live events 5 years ago and since have had the privilege to see them thrive as an important voice in the Canadian personal finance space. is a personal finance journalist and self-proclaimed “budget warrior”. In this episode, Zandile takes us through how she navigated debt, and how Twitter was the catalyst for her career. Originally from Zimbabwe, Zandile came to Canada as an international student in 2010. Through her own struggles with debt and trying to pay for school and bills, her personal finance journey began. Zandile's writing as a financial journalist aims to empower people and reassure them that financial wealth is attainable, no matter your circumstance. Her work focuses on the intersection between mental health, financial wellness, and race. I love Zandile's writing and I was so excited to have her on the show. Our chat was so motivational for anyone who's worried about how they'll ever get out of debt or figure out their finances. Zandile also is an advocate for crushing your debt, while not sacrificing having fun and living your life.
TMBS 17 first aired on November 28th, 2017, here is the episode recap: Michael breaks down how the attack on net neutrality is part of a larger attempt to enclose the commons and the crucial similarity it has to the GOP tax plan. Shout Out to Café Sheroes a café in Agra, India run by survivors of acid attacks that is creating a support structure and positive community for women. Al-Jazeera UN Correspondent Mike Hanna (@mjahanna) talks to us about the events in Zimbabwe and what the elevation of Emmerson Mnangagwa reveals about the country. Then he walks us through some of the lessons for South Africa from what has happened in Zimbabwe. Maoist Bernie Sanders announces his growing gulag list for when he takes the presidency in 2020. Jade Hoye (@jade_TBF) producer of The Basketball Friends, and host of Leverage the Chat calls in to talk to us about all of his favorite conspiracy theories, sneaker culture in the NBA, and the limitations in covering basketball in the age of social media. TMBS re-aired episodes come out every Tuesday at 7PM EST on The Michael Brooks Show Channel or here on your podcast app. This program has been put together by The Michael Brooks Legacy Project. To learn more and rewatch the postgame content visit https://www.patreon.com/TMBS Re-air edit by Danny Celentano https://www.patreon.com/BodyPolitic?f... IG/Twitter @Body Politic Media
Humans are made in the image of God, blessed by Him to lead society. But what does this mean for our influence today? Blog Post: https://fxmissions.com/221 One Click Tweet: https://www.fxmissions.com/221fb One Click Facebook Share: https://www.fxmissions.com/221t The Prevail Model of Leadership is a new way to think about leadership both within and outside the Church. In this episode, you'll learn how to lead with God's blessing and biblical mandate. You'll also get an understanding of what it means for our influence today. What Dr. Manyika shares will help you understand the importance of leading with God's blessing and biblical mandate, as well as what it means for our influence today. Listen to Part 1 today and follow the podcast, so you don't miss the rest. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN The “Prevail” acronym Sustainable model of social innovation The biblical mandate and God's blessing to lead The split of social applicability Answers to the deception by the enemy LINKS & RESOURCES: com email@example.com ABOUT DR. NOAH MANYIKA Dr. Noah Manyika is a Senior Fellow with the Sagamore Institute for Policy Research. He has served as an advisor to the Zimbabwe Government of National Unity led by John Nkomo, former Vice President of Zimbabwe. He also served as an adviser to ministry organizations in the Charlotte area on developing their urban and global missions work. ABOUT THE LEADERSHIP MOMENT Scott McClelland of Foundational Missions shares bite-sized insights into leadership, with a focus on the Bible, missions, and ministry. He pulls from a wide variety of sources and always has something to inspire and challenge us to greatness. Leave a Rating or Review: https://lovethepodcast.com/leadersmoment Follow to get the show for free: https://followthepodcast.com/leadersmoment
Zimbabwe once sat as a powerhouse alongside Africa's biggest economies. Over the past two decades though, Zimbabwean's have been on an economic rollercoaster, experiencing crashes, strikes, hyperinflation and unemployment. Millions of people left the country in search of guaranteed work and better wages. Many of them are still overseas. However, in the last few months, the economy has shown the first signs of improvement. The International Monetary fund has predicted growth of 6% this year. And the government is hoping for even better. So, is Zimbabwe's economy beginning to recover? And is it enough to tempt people home? Host: Alan Kasujja (@kasujja) Guests: Ngonidzashe Kwangwari is a domestic worker living in South Africa Prosper Chitambara is an economist at the Labour and Economic Development Research Institute of Zimbabwe Nyasha Mupaso is a mushroom farmer based in Harare #AfricaDaily
Chris Oxtoby, researcher at Democratic Governance and Rights Unit at UCT on the presidency's process to elect the next Chief Justice. Tebogo Tshwane, Investigative Journalist at Amabhungane on the Pandora Papers and how they have implicated Zimbabwe's richest man, Billy Rautenbach. And on Other People's Money, BBC Africa correspondent and author, Andrew Harding speaks to Bruce Whitfield about his career as a journalist. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
T. L. Huchu (he/him) has published previously (as Tendai Huchu) The Hairdresser of Harare and The Maestro, The Magistrate and the Mathematician, which have been translated into multiple languages and his short fiction has won awards. His newest book The Library of the Dead is just out in the UK and the US, and will be followed by a sequel, Our Lady of Mysterious Ailments, in early 2022. Huchu grew in up Zimbabwe but has lived in Edinburgh, Scotland for most of his adult life. Follow him on Twitter @TendaiHuchu.
Bryce Kwant is from South Africa. Today he shares stories of what God is doing in South Africa, Zambia, Malawi, and Zimbabwe. In one story he shares about how God miraculously provided for one of his mission teams when they were facing a difficult situation.
In 1994, a school yard full of children in Ruwa, Zimbabwe witnessed a Ufo sighting and Alien encounter that would impact them for a life time. The next day calls came flooding in about just what happened to these children. News spread fast and a famous Ufologists Cynthia Hind with the help of Harvard phycologist John Mack came to the school and began interviewing the children individually. Each child told the same story of flashes of light and a silvery craft with tiny creatures with black suits and large black eyes. The children were given a message of a dystopian future and a warning that technology would eventually lead to our doomed fate if we didn't start taking better care of the earth. The story has gone on to inspire documentaries and much debate about what the children actually saw and if we really aren't alone in the universe.
The More Sibyl Podcast Presents:프루스트 설문지| The One with Linda Jena – On Self-Exploration with The Proust Questionnaire: Episode 29 (2021)The Proust Questionnaire, popularized by the novelist Marcel Proust, is a self-exploration questionnaire designed to help people uncover their outlook on life and personality and offer clarity on how they think and what they truly value most in life. Using some questions from the Proust questionnaire, my friend Linda and I explored ourselves. Linda Jena, who hails from Zimbabwe, is currently getting her Ph.D. in Commerce, Texas. She is not new to the show, and as she cracks me up all the time, I could not think of any other person to do this with. In this special episode, Linda and I shared some private truths about our personalities. All told, this was a brave expedition of self, bounded within the safety of a friend and sister. I am curious to know this about you: "If money was no object, what (else) would you be doing in life?" Listen below to hear our full conversation.
In the second of our four-part #ECPod special, we take a look back at Namibia's 2003 World Cup campaign, as reflected on by players, staff members, and budding young cricketers at the time who would go on and play for the country. In episode two, we hear from players preparing for the pace of Shoaib Akhtar, facing an opposition protesting against their own country, and pushing an England outfit in a potential boilover.
Freedom Creators Podcast: The MLM coaching podcast that gets your questions on network marketing, mindset, duplication, leadership, creating passive income, and more answered. Join Melanie for an insightful interview with African network marketing leader Anand Patel. Anand has built a sizeable 7 figure business whilst living in poverty-stricken Zimbabwe. He brings a diverse education, business intelligence, soul and culture to the table. His magical nuggets would help anyone who struggles with the "I don't have the money" objection. Also, YOU can be our next Subscriber of the Week! This week we are rewarding 1 lucky Subscriber of the week with... $50 Cash Giveaway! For this occasion, we are giving $50 in CASH to 1 randomly selected subscriber that has Subscribed, Reviewed, and Shared our Podcast on their social media platforms and tagged 5 of their friends! FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO WIN STEP 1: Listen to this episode. STEP 2: Subscribe to our Freedom Creators Podcast (if you haven't already) and leave a review. STEP 3: Share our podcast on Instagram and tag 5 of your friends in comments and also us: @freedomcreatorsclub OR Share it on Facebook and tag any of us (Melanie, Efrosyni, Freedom Creators Club) We will announce our winner on the Facebook Group.
Leaders lead. We all know that. But do we understand the difference between leading and managing? Most of us think they are the same. Your church needs management to be sure but needs a leader even more. Today's podcast shares a simple change in how you do ministry that will revolutionize how you see yourself and your calling. Join me! During the podcast today, I mentioned the work of Dean Radtke at MinistryInstitute.org. I encourage you to interact with his materials. Another resource I did not mention during the podcast is Seth Godin speaking about the differences between leadership and management. Though not ostensibly Christian, you will find his word pungent in separating one from the other. I also mentioned a brief video you can watch about our work in Zimbabwe. We are partnering with Foundationsforfarming.org to train residents on how to utilize the water from their new wells. Watch the brief video here.
John Kiriakou, journalist, author and host of The Back Story, joins us to discuss Julian Assange. Numerous reports are surfacing about Mike Pompeo's fury towards Julian Assange and his apparent disregard for the law. According to CIA sources, the Mike Pompeo-led CIA considered kidnapping and murdering Julian Assange, and seemed unconcerned about overt violations of law.Michelle Witte, co-host of Political Misfits, joins us to discuss German election results. German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party lost to the Social Democrats in a German electoral close call. The leader of the Social Democrats has stated that a strong EU is his main priority. David Schultz, author and professor of political science and law at Hamline University, joins us to discuss US legal issues. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has filed an appeal arguing that his conviction was invalid due to many issues. Also, the conservative US Supreme Court is facing great scrutiny as divisive issues, such as gun rights and abortion, hit the docket for 2022.K. J. Noh, peace activist, writer, and teacher, joins us to discuss China. Huawei executive Weng Manzhou has been released from Canada and received a hero's welcome in Beijing upon her arrival. China is spinning this as a victory, and the US seems to be on radio silence about the issue. China also released a pair of Canadian businessmen, apparently as part of the agreement for dropping the charges against her.Robert Fantina, journalist and Palestine activist, joins us to discuss Israel. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said that he intends to take Israel to the International Criminal Court for illegal settlements. His move is a result of the one-year deadline that he presented in 2020 for Israel to abandon Jerusalem settlements and retreat to the 1967 borders.Obi Egbuna, activist, and US Rep for The Zimbabwean Newspapers, joins us to discuss Africa. The US empire has a long-running sanctions program in Africa including more countries than any other continent. International observers are calling for the empire to remove its African sanctions, beginning with Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwe sanctions have been ongoing for 20 years.Laith Marouf, broadcaster and journalist based in Beirut, joins us to discuss Syria. A recent count of casualties in Syria shows that a minimum of 350,000 persons have been killed since the US Empire and its allies attacked the country. Also, Russian airstrikes hit a rebel base near Afrin as Russian and Turkish leaders prepare to meet.Dan Kovalik, writer, author, and lawyer, joins us to discuss Nicaragua. Warhawks and imperialists in Congress are preparing another round of economic attacks on Nicaragua as the small Latin nation prepares for its elections. The US hawks refuse to allow political independence in the Global South, and this move comes as the leaders of these nations work to start a new group and overcome the constant attacks by the OAS and other US tools of regime change.
Listen to the Sun. Sept. 26, 2021 special edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program features our regular PANW report with dispatches on the resignations of over 100 members of the Islamic party holding seats in the Tunisian parliament; there has been another explosion in the Somalian capital of Mogadishu; the United States administration of President Joe Biden is facing growing political problems related both foreign and domestic policies; and there are reports that the West African state of Mali is seeking to hire a Russian private security firm to deal with the situation inside the country. In the second hour we continue to review the United Nations General Assembly 76th Session held in New York City over the last week. There are presentations from several states including South Africa, Zimbabwe, Kenya and Namibia. Finally, we examine some of the pressing issues in Africa and internationally.
It's episode 242 and, as humans, we mustn't get too technologied, at least according to Em's UFO story! This week they're taking us to the Ariel school in Zimbabwe to cover a UFO sighting experienced by an entire playground of children. Then Christine brings us part one in a two part series on the infamous case of Laci and Scott Peterson. And did Christine have her baby during this episode? We wouldn't blame you for skipping to the end to find out... and that's why we drink!
In this episode we inter view Torkil Lauesen. Lauesen is a long-time anti-imperialist activist and writer living in Denmark. From 1970 to 1989 he was a full-time member of a communist anti-imperialist group, supporting Third World liberation movements by both legal and illegal means. In connection with support work, he has traveled in Lebanon, Syria, Zimbabwe, South Africa, the Philippines, and Mexico. In the 1990's, during his political imprisonment, he was involved in prison activism and received a Masters degree in political science. He is also the author of multiple books, including The Global Perspective: Reflections on Imperialism and Resistance and The Principal Contradiction. He is currently a member of International Forum, an anti-imperialist organization based in Denmark. Today we talk to him about his latest book Riding The Wave: Sweden's Integration into the Imperialist World System. Which is a thorough investigation into the development of the so-called “Swedish Model” considered by many to be the pinnacle of social democracy. Many US based social democrats, have even gone so far as to describe it this model as a form of “socialism.” Torkil explains the relationship of this economic model to colonialism and imperialism, arguing that the accomplishments of the Social Democratic Party, and trade union movement, would not be possible if one took imperialism out of the equation. We hope you enjoy this conversation, and definitely recommend Lauesen's new book Riding The Wave, which is not only a great history of the conditions that produced the “Swedish Model,” but deals with many other global phenomena at some length, including how neoliberalism restructured the capitalist world system. A reminder that we are still slowly working our way toward 1,000 patrons for the show, which is our current goal. You can become a patron at patreon.com/millennialsarekillingcapitalism. Our next episode will be a set of reflections between Josh and I on four years of doing Millennials Are Killing Capitalism as we're a little more than a week away from our 4 year anniversary. Leftwingbooks.net, is having a 20% sale the rest of September on books on its “Against War and Empire” category. Use the code: AGAINSTEMPIRE all one word, all caps at checkout to get that discount.
LOADS OF CRICKET! This week Bes, Tim and Nick look at action from the recent Nepal-USA-Oman tri-series, Maeve Douma's exploits and Zimbabwe's win in Africa, the new European Cricket Championship in Spain by our friends at the ECN, and U19 World Cup Qualifying!
In this week's episode, Kendra talks with Paula Hawkins about her book, A Slow Fire Burning, which is out now from Riverhead Books. Check out our Patreon page to learn more about our book club and other Patreon-exclusive goodies. Follow along over on Instagram, join the discussion in our Goodreads group, and be sure to subscribe to our newsletter for more new books and extra book reviews! This Week's Sponsor: House of CHANEL, creator of the iconic J12 sports watch. Always in motion, the J12 travels through time without ever losing its identity. Join New York Times #1 best-selling author George Saunders in conversation with author and professor Imani Perry for Humanities New York's third annual History and the American Imagination benefit. The live discussion will take place online on October 5th at 7 PM EASTERN. Purchase your tickets at humanitiesny.org and use code READINGWOMEN for half off membership tickets. Books Mentioned The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins Into the Water by Paula Hawkins A Slow Fire Burning by Paula Hawkins Paula Recommends The Island of Missing Trees by Elif Shafak The Turnout by Megan Abbot Dream Girl by Laura Lippman Notes on a Execution by Daniel Kukafka About the Author Paula Hawkins worked as a journalist for fifteen years before turning her hand to fiction. She is the author of two #1 New York Times bestselling novels, Into The Water and The Girl on The Train. An international #1 bestseller, The Girl on the Train has sold 23 million copies worldwide and has been adapted into a major motion picture. Into the Water was also a Sunday Times and New York Times #1 bestseller, selling 4 million copies worldwide. Her upcoming thriller, A Slow Fire Burning, is due to be published on the 31st August 2021. Hawkins was born in Zimbabwe and now splits her time between London and Edinburgh. Website | Instagram | Facebook CONTACT Questions? Comments? Email us firstname.lastname@example.org. SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Website Music by Miki Saito with Isaac Greene Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What would you do if you couldn't fail? It's the question that drives Kristina Karlsson, the dreamer behind Swedish-design stationery company Kikki K, which went from an idea at 3 a.m. to her opening 100 stores across the globe. Kristina is endlessly passionate about helping people like you to create their dream life and today we're going to talk about how she got started on the work that she does today, the importance of having a dream, and how you too can turn your dreams into reality. In today's conversation, together we explore the relationship between values, dreams, and purpose, and how one of Kristina's greatest visions has helped to give back to schools in Zimbabwe. She balances her self-doubt with big dreams and is on a mission to inspire one million others to do the same. In this week's episode with Kristina Karlsson you'll discover: Kristina's radical story and her 3 am list. Kristina's top 4 tips for success. Top questions to ask yourself when listing out your dreams. The beauty of giving back and one woman's mission to inspire. How negative self-talk could be holding you back. Using self-care and self-love to serve your dreams. Kristina's morning ritual. How to align your life with your values. This episode is set to inspire you to let go of the limiting beliefs holding you back and start to make your dream life your reality. You have everything you need inside of yourself - now go! Episode resources: Watch Transcendence Documentary Series (website) Learn more about Kristina Karlsson (Instagram) Your Dream Life Starts Here (book) Tererai Trent Organization (website) The Demartini Value Determination Process (website) The Food Matters Guide to Mastering Your Morning (guide) If you enjoyed this podcast, please share it with your friends and family on social media or leave a comment. We'd love to hear from you, and hear about your experience with setting goals and chasing after your dreams.
Photo: Hashmatullah Shahidi is an Afghan cricketer. He made his One Day International (ODI) debut for Afghanistan against Kenya in October 2013. in June 2018. He became the first Afghan player to score a test double hundred when he scored 200 not out against Zimbabwe in on 11 March 2021. And the Afghan women's cricket team under Taliban? CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow The Haqqani Family in charge of Kabul cricket @BillRoggio @ThomasJoscelyn @LongWarJournal https://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/latest-islamic-state-militants-claim-attacks-taliban-80121114
The president of Somalia strips his Prime Minister of his executive powers. We assess what this means for the country which is in the midst of elections. We ask Guinea's main opposition leader if he's ready to be part of a unity government with ousted president Alpha Conde party?. UNICEF freezes all its social media accounts for 18 hours to raise awareness about the fate of children whose education has been disrupted by the pandemic. Ugandans can now use their phones to trade in the stock exchange. What's behind Zimbabwe's success in vaccinating more than twelve per cent of its population?
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Nicki Minaj cancelled on the VMAs and the Met Gala because she's unvaccinated, but she blames it on her cousin's friend's swollen balls and impotency in Trinidad, allegedly brought on by the vaccine. Other stories, including California Recall, Bad 9/11 Tributes, France on the Taliban, English Tank Thief, Cig Bullies, Taco Bell Subscriptions, and Space Trash Collection. 00:00:00 - Timestamps Cup of Coffee in the Big Time 00:05:19 - Fun Fact: Hard Factor on Media Bias Chart 00:07:55 - Holidays: Eat a Hoagie Day 00:09:34 - History: McKinley Assassination 00:13:15 - Honorable Mentions: Tacoma FD, Hawkeye Trailer, MNF, Tech News, Social Security Countdown 00:15:30 - #2 - California Recall is TODAY, and Newsome/Biden Talk Wildfires 00:17:14 - #1 - Met Gala outshone by Nicki Minaj's cousin's friend in Trinidad with swollen balls from the vaccine (allegedly) 00:27:18 - Poor Taste? 9-11 Tributes that make you ask yourself what the hell the organizers were thinking TikTok International Moment 00:40:28 - France - Not Trusting the Taliban 00:43:00 - England - Tank Thief Finally Caught 00:46:15 - UK / Africa - British American Tobacco Bribing the President of Zimbabwe, and everyone else 00:53:25 - New Taco Bell Subscription Service Coming to Arizona 01:00:45 - Woz from Apple is starting a Space Trash company These stories and more… brought to you by our fantastic sponsors. Full Boar BBQ - Proof the American dream is still alive when you have a superior product mixed with unstoppable work ethic. What started with a group of high school friends trying their hand at a local BBQ competition has turned into a company that is trusted everywhere it is known to make you the star of your backyard. Hard Factor listeners get 10% off their entire order using promo code Factor at fullboarbbqproducts.com Talkspace - Match with a licensed therapist when you go to talkspace.com and get $100 off your first month with the promo code HARDFACTOR Lightstream - Lower your interest rate and save with a Credit Card Consolidation Loan from LightStream get a special interest rate discount and save even more by going to Lightstream.com/Factor Leave us a Voicemail at 512-270-1480 or or send us a voicememo to firstname.lastname@example.org & leave a 5-Star review on Apple Pods to hear it on Friday's show Follow/Subscribe @HardFactorNews on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube, Facebook, Apple Pods and Spotify to support the Show!
Every child has a dream of what they'll be when they grow up. For Jesse Bradley, his dream was to be a professional athlete. His dream came to fruition, but at a price he never imagined he'd have to pay. During his time traveling the world, he landed in Zimbabwe playing professional men's soccer. Though, medication meant to protect him from malaria brought on a brutal bout of illness, ending his dream career. “… and yet, it was the greatest growth period of my life,” he says, “I was fighting for my life for one year, it took 10 years to fully recover.” When it seems like your life is falling apart, what do you rely on? For many, it's hope, yet half of Americans experience hopelessness. The good news is there are simple steps you can take to overcome hopelessness and find the light at the end of the tunnel. Jesse Bradley is here to share what he's learned from his inspiring journey of illness, recovery, forgiveness, and resilience. Follow Jesse @jessejbradley Follow Chase @chase_chewning Episode resources: Save 15% on the Paleovalley 100% grass fed and grass finished beef sticks with code EVERFORWARD at https://paleovalley.com/everforward Learn more and get complete show notes at https://chasechewning.com/podcasts/episode/524
The Church has largely remained silent over the past decade whenever the acronym LGTBQ is mentioned. Some denominations have adjusted their theology to not only accept but welcome the homosexual and transgender communities into their leadership. Others strain to declare their love for these communities while avoiding any hint of rejecting people for fear of media backlash. You don't want to miss this two-part interview! Matthew Karchner shares his journey as a committed member of the gay community for many years, why he left, and his view on reaching the homosexual and transgender communities with the truth of the gospel of Christ. I mentioned my recent trip to Zimbabwe. Here is a summary of our work there. To connect with Matthew.
Five of Zimbabwe's six vulture species are endangered. After poachers kill an elephant or other large animal by poisoning, vultures often die from eating the poisoned meat. Organizations such as BirdLife Zimbabwe are helping to form local groups that advocate for the conservation of vultures, which serve an important ecological role.Hear more about efforts to protect Zimbabwe's vultures on the Threatened podcast.