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His Excellency, President Edgar Lungu's inaugural speech
On 25th January 2015, His Excellency President Edgar Chagwa Lungu was sworn in as the 6th President of the republic of Zambia which was founded on 24th October 1964. Below is the moving historic speech he made on his first day as President before a capacity crowd that gathered to welcome a new generation leader at the Heroes stadium. Read more
Lusaka, as an investment destination
Lusaka, Zambia’s heartland and capital city is the country’s chief administrative centre and a major financial, transportation, and manufacturing hub. Lusaka is one of the fastest growing cities in the SADC region with a population that stands at 1,461,000, this according to the Southern African cities network. Read more
Chimfunshi Chimp Sanctuary in Zambia
Chimfunshi in Zambia is one of the oldest and largest chimpanzee reserves in the world and is internationally recognised as such. Read more
Zambian Embassy in the USA markets the country at the Los Angeles 10th Annual Travel and Adventure Show
Zambian Embassy in the USA markets the country at the 10th Los Angeles Annual Travel and Adventure Show Read more
Jewel of Africa
Jewel of Africa is an exclusive jewellery manufacturer based in Lusaka, Zambia. It uses Zambia’s most valuable gemstones including emerald, aquamarine, tourmaline, amethyst and citrine, among others in its manufacturing process to produce top quality jewelry. Read more
Good News On the Tourism Front in Zambia
The impact on the tourism industry of the West African Ebola crisis is visibly lessening. It is fair and seems timely to detail some of the good news that has been coming out of Zambia just recently. Read more
Support AGOA's Reauthorization
The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) is a United States Trade Act, enacted on 18 May 2000 as Public Law 106 of the 200th Congress. It significantly enhances market access to the US for qualifying Sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries. Qualification for AGOA preferences is based on a set of conditions contained in the AGOA legislation. In order to qualify and remain eligible for AGOA, each country must be working to improve its rule of law, human rights, and respect for core labor standards. Read more

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