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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.”

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Category: Tabletalk
Micmar has been etched into Zambia’s fabric for over 30 years. Today, the reins of the family business have been handed to Michael Kroupnik, an ambitious and driven entrepreneur forging his own path.
Dr Beene has contributed significantly to Zambia’s mining industry throughout his illustrious career.
Rising to the challenge, we sat down with the inspirational Zambeef CEO for an enlightening conversation.
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.
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.
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.
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…
Africa has taken center stage as a frontier for growth. The continent is experiencing a surge in economic…
People-oriented and committed to opening doors for others, Mukwandi Chibesakunda is…
When you first glance at the MTN Zambia headquarters on Zambezi Road, the building seems intimidating…
I n the world of banking, few names conjure up as much respect as that of James Koni.
Fisho Patrick Mwale is a titan of the Zambian business sector with an indelible and illustrious career spanning more than four decades.
Being the last born in a family of seven, he often found himself entrusted with various responsibilities by his parents and siblings.
As a child, Monica Musonda never imagined that she would become an entrepreneur or a business owner.
From the time he was a child Mohamed El Sahili always knew he wanted to be a doctor.
Over the years Nkwazi has interviewed many industry leaders for our Table Talk section
Jo Pope is free-spirited, tenacious and a go-getter. Her approach to life and her willingness to take risks took her from the south of England to South Luangwa, where she made her name as a veteran of the Zambian tourism sector
Dr Denny Kalyalya has vivid memories of several events from his adolescence and youth and he can’t help but start off our conversation by sharing some of them.
I met the CEO of Standard Chartered Zambia, Herman Kasekende, at The Retreat at Roma on a humid Friday afternoon. Known for his punctuality, he was already sitting at a table enjoying a pot of tea when I arrived 15 minutes early.
Marlin Express on the first floor of Arcades Shopping Mall, sister establishment to Marlin Restaurant, was a hive of activity as usual.
If self-belief is the key to success, Leina Gabaraane’s ascendancy should come as no surprise
Few challenges in the corporate world can be quite as formidable as taking the helm of one of the country’s leading state owned enterprises
Jose Moran typifies the Latin American stereotype with charm, passion and charisma. Three important qualities to have if one is to succeed at home and abroad.
Mwiya walked into the restaurant with the kind of confidence and self-assuredness I can only assume comes from having your life figured out at 29.