Zambia: Latest News
Dana Sanchez, 5:09 pm
Jobs are king in Africa, just like the rest of the world. Getting a job and a good education ranked first and second ahead of food as priorities in a survey of young people in Africa. The topic came up at the Africa Economic Summit in Cape Town.
Makula Dunbar, 4:09 pm
Though many sub-Saharan countries rely heavily on natural resources, governance in certain areas is lacking. Revenue Watch’s Resource Governance Index reveals that currently, the best policies go unenforced
Dana Sanchez, 3:44 pm
Some doing business in Zambia worry that new regulations governing banking and investment could hurt investors and the Zambian economy as a whole.
Dana Sanchez, 8:14 pm
China’s appetite for resources and its reputation for environmental exploitation in developing countries have raised concerns about how sustainable its business ventures are in Africa.
Dana Sanchez, 1:45 pm
Despite economic growth and optimism in Africa, perceptions vary greatly between global business leaders doing business in Africa and those who have not yet invested there, according to the the Ernst & Young Africa Attractiveness Survey 2013.
Makula Dunbar, 1:39 pm
Raubex, a road construction company seeks contracts in Zambia and Botswana
Makula Dunbar, 10:53 pm
Zimbabwe looks to Zambia for help during their harvest drought
Dana Sanchez, 7:25 pm
From How We Made It In Africa Patricia Ithau, managing director, L’Oréal East Africa, talks about who influenced her, how she made it to the top and what she loves – and hates – about doing business in Kenya. Patricia Ithau, managing director, L’Oréal East Africa 1. What was your first job? I was a clerk […]
Makula Dunbar, 11:40 pm
From Zambia Daily Mail The Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) says three companies have shown interest in the manufacturing of cement in Zambia. The companies are at the expression stage and still doing some exploration work to identify suitable sites for the cement plants. ZDA acting director general Florence Mumba said setting up a cement plant […]
Makula Dunbar, 7:36 pm
From The Guardian South Africa has summoned Zambia’s high commissioner to explain a tirade by the country’s vice-president in which he castigated South Africans for being backward. In an unusually frank interview in the Guardian on Wednesday, Guy Scott said: “The South Africans are very backward in terms of historical development. I hate South Africans. […]
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