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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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Category: Business
This article discusses why Zambian businesses in the informal sector are not scaling to increase
The current economic challenges and global uncertainties, including the impact of climate change, the Russia-Ukraine conflict
Leveraging African creatives and content creators is a relatively affordable alternative
The Angola-Zambia Oil Pipeline is projected to span approximately 1,400 kilometres and boast
Zambia’s energy sector faces a wide range of challenges but efforts are being made to redress
Zambia’s science and technology minister, Felix Mutati, recently announced that the country
The Heart of Africa Body Balm is not just 100 percent natural
The wildlife economy uses plants and animal life as economic assets to create value that aligns with conservation objectives and delivers sustainable growth and economic development.
Public speaking has the power to demonstrate competence and confidence.
After several years of decline, the Zambian economy started to rebound in 2021. Though the country is experiencing continued signs of growth, challenges still abound. 
African countries have the grand economic opportunity of exporting superfoods to meet rising demand.
A $250 million investment in the Enterprise Nickel Project by First Quantum Minerals (FQM) is poised to make Zambia the top nickel producer in Africa and even propel it to one of the biggest producers in the world.
he successful operation of a lodge doesn’t just happen overnight; it demands innovation
Zambia has a marketable supply of about 2,500 tonnes of honey per annum, a tiny fraction of its production potential.
Zambia has long focused on growing leisure tourism and often marginalised business tourism but things are changing.
Though there have been many positive consequences of remote work, there have also been a number of negative consequences on employee mental health.
Africa stands out as the youngest continent with 60 percent of its 1.4 billion population falling under the age of 25 years.
The African continent has the world’s highest rate of entrepreneurship, according to the African…
Today Africa is rising; it is a story of growth, optimism and prosperity,” says PricewaterhouseCoopers, one of the leading…
As the African continent rides on the waves of globalization, a quiet, yet intense battle for freight business is under way in East Africa with Tanzania, Kenya, Djibouti and Somalia taking major steps to upgrade their maritime infrastructure.
The COVID-19 pandemic has left no stone unturned when it comes to disrupting the human experience. According to the Pew…
Around the world, households and firms have gradually adapted to life with coronavirus. Although…
With the exception of water, tea is the most consumed beverage in the world. In Zambia, local production…
As Africa struggles to respond to the deadly third wave of COVID-19, its month on month inflation is…
The Bank of Zambia has begun buying locally produced gold from state owned Zambia Gold Company (which is under…
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.
Africa is going through a monetary revolution never seen before and has become a fertile ground for digital transactions.
If your imagination runs as rampant as mine, thoughts about the future of work bring to mind artificial intelligence and flying drones taking over the workplace.
The issue of high international roaming and data charges in Southern Africa has been on the discussion board for many years.
As the global economic recession rages on, some African countries are grappling with a series of sovereign debt crises that need to be tackled aggressively.
What happens when you feel so sad at work that you want to cry, but you can’t?
In a world where strategic plans and technological advancements are abundant, the legendary business author Peter Drucker advances that “Developing talent is a business’s most important task.”