Archive | November, 2009

BarCamp Lusaka

BarCamp Lusaka is gathering of people with the passion, creativity and excitement for all things geeky to connect with each other and exchange their knowledge. BarCamp Lusaka is a free event. Please indicate your attendance at the event page so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Event: BarCamp Lusaka “State of The Nation Online: Content, Design, Standards” […]

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Mwizenge Tembo II – Nov 28,2009

The show that never ended in back by popular demand. Dr. Mwizenge Tembo, an Associate Professor of Sociology at Bridgewater College in Virginia will continue this week with a discussion on Assimilation and his proposal for the “Center for Diaspora Children” in Zambia.

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Ruth Mugala – Nov 28,2009

“Banachimbusa” traditional counselors. Is Zambia traditional counseling of teenagers when they become of age and pre-marriage counselling necessary in this time and age? Our guest not only does she believe in good Zambian traditions but extends them to non-Zambians in the western world.

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Mwizenge Tembo – Nov 21,2009

Dr. Mwizenge S. Tembo is a Professor of Sociology at Bridgewater College in Virginia. He joins to discuss immigration, assimilation and cultural traditions. He explains why he still eats nshima prepared with mealie meal from Zambia, which he says is the best ever. Talks about the dividing line between assimilation and maintaining one’s own cultural […]

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Mbita Chitala – Nov 21,2009

Ambassador Mbita Chitala, PhD is a Zambian Pan Africanist, Political and Economic Consultant and Businessman. He served as CEO for 2008 Rupiah Banda for President Campaign and successfully helped him win the election. Dr. Chitala who was the longest serving deputy minister in the Chiluba government, also served as the Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary to […]

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Challenges in Training Farmers in Web 2.0

Training farmers who have never used computers to embrace web 2.0 tools has been a great challenge for me here in Monze. The worst thing was that i could not even speak their language Tonga of which i beat that barrier by asking a good Samaritan to translate for me during the workshop. I was […]

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