The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) has an abundance of striking tourist attractions, rich and diverse cultures and breathtaking heritage sites, making the regional economic community (REC) an unmissable location for discerning tourists.
Home is where your money is Countries around the world have various means by which a foreign nation can acquire citizenship. Whether through long term domicile, marriage or under international refugee law, these ways have a long history in international law. A more recent means of acquiring citizenship is through citizenship by investment programmes (CIPs). … Continue reading SELLING CITIZENSHIP
A lifeline for SMEs? Zambia’s economy has enormous potential, yet rising inequality disconnects more than half of its 16 million people from the nation’s increasing prosperity. Economic development has not always been accompanied by reduced inequality and not everyone experiences the benefits of economic growth. Microfinance has been billed as one way to close the … Continue reading MICROFINANCE
Domestic tourism is a polarising topic for both private sector operators and domestic tourists. Private sector operators bemoan the high taxes and levies on the supply side, whilst on the demand side domestic tourists complain of the exorbitantly high prices they are required to pay. It is possible that both arguments contain some truth, but … Continue reading DOMESTIC TOURISM THE ZAMBIAN CASE