This interview was conducted on the 'Talking Africa' radio show on resonance 104.4FM in London (resonancefm.com). 'Talking Africa' is a collaborative radio show between Bellsman Media, and the Africa Centre in Covent Garden, London, hosted by Sonny Decker.
Talking Africa Host Sonny Decker speaks to Martin Bwalya, head of the NEPAD Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) on the overall NEPAD programme within the ECCAS community, a region that has largely suffered from conflict induced instability.
Christopher Reardon of TrustAfrica interviews Prof. Mzobanzi "Mzobz" Mboya, a member of the Africa for Haiti campaign's steering committee, at NEPAD's headquarters in Midrand, South Africa.
On Monday the 10th of January 2011, Prof. Richard Mkandawire an expert on agriculture in Africa appeared on Redi Tlhabi’s mid-morning phone-in show on Talk Radio 702. During the interview Prof. Mkandawire spoke about the status of agriculture in Africa and its links to the broader development of the African continent. Click here to listen to the interview
Director of Policy Alignment & Programme Development Directorate at the NEPAD Planning and Co-ordinating Agency, Professor Aggrey Ambali spoke to Sonny Decker, host of the Talking Africa radio programme in London on the impact of the NEPAD's Science and Technology project in North Africa.
The New Partnership for Africa’s Development, NEPAD seems to be making itself more relevant in the scheme of things on the continent. It has now signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the NEPAD Business Development Foundation, N.B.F to further Africa's private sector development. The NBF is said to be operating in South Africa with extensive business networks in the Southern African sub-region and the entire African continent. But what is this NEPAD agreement with NBF all about? Mr Andrew Kanyegirire is the Communications Manager of the NEPAD Agency.[audio-player]
Dr. Andrew Kanyegirire speaks about the recent signing of the MoU between GAIN and NEPAD. This interview was conducted during the recent AU Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Acting head of the NEPAD e-Africa Programme, Dr Edmund Katiti, speaking to Sonny Decker, host of the Talking Africa radio show in London about the NEPAD ICT Broadband Network Infrastructure Development Programme for Africa, its impact on supporting poverty alleviation efforts, and improving living standards of Africans, particularly the poor.