Archive | May, 2009

I Have a Dream for Zambia

I Have a Dream for Zambia

There is something wrong in Zambia. When you look at the political landscape in our country, it is full of infighting, betrayals, and corruption. When you look at the civil service, it is difficulty to find civility in the people who are supposed to be servant leaders. My inspiration stems from the fact that if […]

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Jacqueline M. Musiitwa, Esq. – May 23,2009

As the Founder and Executive Director of Transitional Trade, a non-profit whose mission it is to promote social trade, investment and entrepreneurship in post-conflict countries and transitional communities. Additionally, she started and runs, Hoja Law Group, a New York based boutique law firm which represents start ups, non-profits and small businesses in the United States, […]

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Ngoza Simwanza – May 23,2009

Why are women in Zambia working so hard, yet are still marginalized to achieve social and economical security? Ngoza, looks at the historical conditions of women in Zambia. “Every society has social practices and institutions that reporduce and perpetuate inequalities. These social practices which are normally inherited from the past have resulted in low self-esteem, […]

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Chibamba Kanyama – May 16,2009

In 1963, 39 year old Kenneth Kaunda penned a classic autobiography, “Zambia Shall Be Free: An Autobiography”. That was then, now post-independence children are writing the new formular for success. One such person is Chibamba Kanyama, a Lusaka Economist and Investment Advisor, a highly sort after conference and seminar speaker. The topic of discussion will […]

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