The euphoria on the mining tax regimes that were introduced by the late President Mwanawasa in 2008 is quickly over, like a flash in the pan. It is clear that the late president had a lot of pretentious followers in his party that were not happy with the introduction of new fiscal tax policy for […]
Archive | March, 2009
Dr Bernard Mukwavi has served as a pastor and missionary on three different continents; Africa, Europe and North America. He will discuss the dynamics and challenges of serving in the ministry in different cultures or foreign nations, and other issues related to ministry. He will also share the work of Mercy Touch Mission International which […]
Open discussions on various topics including politics, education, poverty, etc
By Beston Chitala ZESCO, a monopolistic power utility, has consistently asserted that it does not operate profitably owing to low tariffs to justify tariffs hike. The power utility is slated to effect 66% tariff hike in electricity tariff with the blessings from the Bank Governor and ERB. The tariff will be introduced inspite of ZACCI […]
The Rodger Chali Sink or Swim Theory. What is it? Can making Zambia’s Provinces “independent” of GRZ help solve the nation’s current problems? Rodger, says yes. He believes that dependence on Lusaka has been the reason why we are where we are. Do you agree?
Dr. Kaela Mulenga takes us through Memory Lane of Zambia’s past. Does History really tell the Story? Do we really need to understand where we had been in order to know what has gone wrong and how we can fix Zambia’s problems? Maybe we do. This is an educational show for the younger generation by […]