Diabetes Mellitus is a metabolic disorder that results in uncontrolled or elevated blood sugar levels. It is commonly known as “sugar disease”. I will discuss the causes, symptoms, complications of diabetes and control of this chronic disease. I will also discuss availabilityof medications like insulin and metformin to control the disease in Zambia. The disease […]
Archive | January, 2011
A chat with the Rev. Dr. Paul Bupe, who recently returned to Zambia after a decade of life, work and education in the USA. He talks about life in Zambia and how they have managed to fit in with wife Catherine and the work they are doing.
International Business Consultant, Trevor Simumba based in London, UK talks about Zambias economic improvements. “Zambia’s economy has experienced strong growth in recent years, with real GDP growth in 2005-08 about 6% per year. This performance has been lauded by many independent international observers and Zambia has been dubbed by the Economist magazine as ‘the lion […]
People live in the present, they plan and worry about the future. History is the study of the past and history helps to reconnect our current situation to past events. History has the cause and effect, hence it has to be interpreted by historians for current generations to understand and apply it in life. Events […]
Happy New Year to all of our listeners and hope we are all keeping up with our lists of goals we would like to achieve in 2011. Apart from writing our goals, how many of us have planned for death or disability? Many of us make plans for birthdays, weddings, vacations etc, but we do […]
Analysis of the economic impact of the Barotse Saga. What happens to Zambia’s economy if Barotseland does secede and if NOT? What would be the economic base of the new state of Barotseland? How will the World perceive Zambia as a united nation or as a broken nation? How do investors look at Zambia in […]