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“At 23:56 on 23rd October 1963, Zambians rose in reverence of the Union Jack, the de facto national flag of the United Kingdom, for the last time as it lowered, signifying the end of British rule in Zambia.”

― Precious Mwansa-Chisa

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Royd Kapesa

Royd Kapesa

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Dr Beene has contributed significantly to Zambia’s mining industry throughout his illustrious career.
Leah Kooma, a vibrant and charismatic managing director determined to win in the competitive market, is leading MultiChoice Zambia through a pivotal phase in its history.
Public speaking has the power to demonstrate competence and confidence.
In his mid-30s and heading Prudential Life Assurance Zambia, Kachiza Kwenda is one of the youngest CEOs in the country’s financial services industry.
For the past 50 years Sobi has been at the centre of Zambia’s economic growth, developing products that are staples in Zambian homes and schools.
It takes excellence to reach the pinnacle of a global bank, and doing it with character, authenticity, and values adds another layer to Sonny Zulu’s achievements. 
Jito Kayumba, Special Assistant for Economic and Development Affairs, is one of the young Zambians shaping the country’s future.
Madalitso has the right blend of character, personality and attitude to succeed in golf.
When you think of African finance, your mind immediately goes to Standard Bank, one of…
Michelle Kilpin is leading one of Zambia’s largest and most important businesses. She is the new country director of…
As the founder and CEO of X3M Ideas (pronounced extreme) and also the president of the Association…
If you could live and work in any place in the world, where would you go and why? The answers to the question could range from a sandy beach in the Maldives, a lovely apartment in the lush forests of Bali or the glittering metropolis of Dubai.
To fully understand the importance of what Evelyn Kaingu is building at Lupiya, you have to step back and look at the financial picture in Zambia.
I n the world of banking, few names conjure up as much respect as that of James Koni.