Coming Soon on The Macdonald Show is Dennis Winstead a former senior government official at the U.S. Department of State and the author of the book ‘The Seventh Priest’. Dennis has traveled extensively and currently spends most of his time in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. He also talks about terrorism in Sudan and briefly immigration; a hot topic in the USA due to poor conditions in some countries. Stay Tuned
New Ambassador To The USA Excellency Sheila Siwela
Let's Hear it with Co-Host Nathan Nkhama of Zambia Talk Blog Radio
The new Ambassador to the USA Sheila Z. Siwela of the Republic of Zambia shares her leadership in Washington D.C and what Zambians in the diaspora need to know about the role of the Zambian Embassy . Her Excellency elaborates the open door to her office and as well as Dual Citizenship.
It takes a great and strong woman to publicly tell the world about her experiences of living with HIV.
On The Macdonald Show Princess Zulu elaborates her courage and faith after she was told she was HIV positive at the age of 21 years.
Dr. Robert Sakulanda a Zambian Medical Doctor based in Atlanta Georgia discusses the importance of the Dialysis Machine needed for Kitwe Central Hospital after the Former First Lady, Dr Maureen Mwanawasa urged
On The Macdonald Show is Clara Stephens the author of the book "I am Not Forgotten, God Knows My Name"
Clara narrates her courage and faith in God that has made her a woman of a substance after the abuse she had gone through when growing up in Nigeria.
It is very IMPERATIVE to maintain our bodies in shape by working out and watching what we eat just like the car needs service for better performance. On the Macdonald Show Peter "Uko" explains how he stays in shape with a six pack and how he helps his clients get one in EIGHT WEEKS !
Former First Lady Urges Diaspora to Help Kitwe Central Hospital
THE FORMER FIRST LADY OF THE REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA, DR. MAUREEN MWANAWASA URGES PEOPLE IN THE DIASPORA TO HELP WITH RESOURCES FOR OBTAINING DIALYSIS MACHINES FOR KITWE CENTRAL HOSPITAL
The Rotary Club of North Kitwe – Zambia are honored to have the support of Dr. Maureen Mwanawasa at their fundraising event on 26th and 27th November, 2010 for the Dialysis Project and a courtesy accorded to their member Grace Zulu.
Mr. George Mwambazi - Former Information and Publicity Secretary for MMD
Let’s Hear It! from Zambia's ruling Movement for Multi-Party Democracy (MMD)’s Former Information and Publicity Secretary Mr. George Mwambazi currently on Political Asylum in the USA.
Lets hear from Andra Harris on the Macdonald Show as she discusses her Project of donating books to Africa. Director of Reader-to-Reader Zambia, Andra helps to organize book drives providing books to children in Zambia who have few resources of their own. They collect new and gently-used books for K-8 children to give them access to books and then prepare them for distribution. On the Macdonald Show we also captured the preparation of the books before the shipment is made to Zambia.
Macdonald Longwe talks to President of Wiphan Care Ministries, Inc. Scott Bowen about the project in Ndola, Zambia
Wiphan Care Ministries operates from a North-Atlanta based team corresponding with Kunda and the Wiphan Zambia board in Ndola. Kevin Jones is the founder of Wiphan USA. For more information visit www.wiphan.org
Macdonald Longwe talks to Zambia's R&B music star Leo Moyo a.k.a K'millian. While on his US tour, K'millian with his promoter Justin Kabota sat down with Macdonald to talk about about tour and how they would like put together a Zambian version of "We are the world" concert to benefit the underprivileged. Also present at the interview was New York based DJ Wezzy real name Wezi Gondwe.
It was K'millian's first tour to the United States. He had shows in Atlanta, Dallas, Chicago, DC, Seattle, Phoenix, AZ and New York.
Mac discusses the Georgia Special Olympics (SOGA) that provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for nearly 23,000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills, and friendships with their families
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Clean water project pioneered by a retiree from Atlanta takes off in Kenya. Allen Majit is a retired service delivery professional who traveled to Kenya to start a clean water project sponsored by Amerifleet transportation.
Another show about giving selflessly to the underprivileged. Macdonald Longwe talks to Allen Majit about his work in Kenya making sure clean water is easily accessible to the underprivileged in Kenya. Watch the show to see how it all started.
Macdonald Kamanga Longwe has had a passion of life changing not only for himself but for others too especially the underprivileged children. His determination and courage has led him to a greater understanding of life in the Diaspora. He also explores the concept of fitness; self empowerment and discipline being some of the foundations of maintaining his body in shape....read more