Literacy Shows On The Continental Sunrise Breakfast Show – 5 July 2017

Literacy Shows On The Continental Sunrise Breakfast Show on 5 July 2017. In today’s show we look into Understanding the subject of human life and how it ought to be lived and how government and other institutions come into play. We also look into broader issues of mentorship and broader issues of citizenship, as to what it means to be a citizen. What does it mean to be human? The Declaration was adopted unanimously by the Fifth Virginia Convention at Williamsburg, Virginia on June 12, 1776 as a separate document…

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Empowering the Future Entrepreneurs

Through innovative and dynamic programmes,Junior Achievement (JA) South Africa continues to offer young opportunity makers an experiential platform where they explore real business activities.

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The Political Life of Zambia’s Kenneth Kaunda

Identity Literacy –  President Kaunda was a biological product of2parents born in Malawi but who migrated into Zambia. He was born in Zambia. He was bred in Zambia. He rose2the highest office in the land. He looks human and there exists no known mechanism that would distinguish him from the rest of the humans who claim or may claim2be authentic Zambians. The attempt2revisit KK’s citizenship points2a dangerous but prevalent human propensity2use birth as a discriminator in life. Birth and its address is one of many pathways to citizenship yet some…

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What nobody told you about the fruits of independence.

There are many things we don’t know much about yet we are always trigger-happy to talk about. The state,statecraft,and the actors occupy so much content in the daily discourses of the citizens of any country but we have yet to invest in a proper understanding of what these terms mean for us to better do performance appraisals of the actors. History records that President Kaunda was forced2pass on the torch2Chiluba and1would have expected civility2inform actions yet the post-Kaunda experiences exposed the real faultlines of the promise of independence. Can we…

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Leadership Literacy

What makes a great leader? Does the experience of life give any person the ability to impact directly on the choices and actions of sovereign and self-centered actors? The idea of a mortal human actor rising above others to become great must be juxtaposed with the limitations imposed on the design and architecture of life. We are limited as humans in our understanding of the promise and limitations of human life. We are daily trying to demystify the idea of leadership. If you want to join the conversation, please shout…

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