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Zambian vice president is honored as a Distinguished Alumni
The SMC Alumni Association honored Zambian vice president Inonge Wina as a Distinguished Alumni Monday during a luncheon at the SMC Office of Campus and Alumni Relations. She is the second to receive the award this year after Anita Sarkeesian was honored in early March. - See more at: http://www.thecorsaironline.com/news/2016/04/20/zambian-vice-president-honored-distinguished-alumni/#prettyPhoto Read more
Zambian official seeks backers for economic project
SOUTH LOS ANGELES — Women selling produce and miscellaneous items from makeshift shelters along major roads in Zambia have become a mainstay of the southern African nation’s economy, prompting government officials there to develop a plan to construct a system of modern, centralized marketplaces around the country. Read more
AGOA exports lagging-Veep
Vice President Inonge Wina says lack of information is hampering Zambian exports from penetrating American markets under the African Growth Opportunity Act-AGOA. Read more
Register to exhibit at the Zambia Travel Expo
Register to exhibit at the Zambia Travel Expo by going to http://www.zambiatravelexpo.com/register.html and filling out your details. The Expo is scheduled to take place from the 2nd to the 4th of June, 2016 at Mulungushi International Conference Centre. Read more
Second Secretary (PA) At A Reception In Honour of Embassy Social Secretaries
Second Secretary Mrs. Rose Mweemba Chilipamushi attended a reception at the Vice President's Resident in honour of Embassy Social Secretaries on April 29th. Read more
Second Secretary (PA) At A Reception In Honour of Embassy Social Secretaries
Second Secretary Mrs. Rose Mweemba Chilipamushi attended a reception at the Vice President's Resident in honour of Embassy Social Secretaries on April 29th. Read more
We Exhibited at Sligo Creek Elementary School on April 28th
The Embassy took part in the Sligo Creek Elementary School World Cultural Day on April 28th. The day was made extra special by the help of Nana Littiya, who attends the same school, Owain Holdway and Chileshe Holdway respectively. Read more
We Exhibited at Sligo Creek Elementary School on April 28th
The Embassy took part in the Sligo Creek Elementary School World Cultural Day on April 28th. The day was made extra special by the help of Nana Littiya, who attends the same school, Owain Holdway and Chileshe Holdway respectively. Read more
We Exhibited at Sligo Creek Elementary School on April 28th
The Embassy took part in the Sligo Creek Elementary School World Cultural Day on April 28th. The day was made extra special by the help of Nana Littiya, who attends the same school, Owain Holdway and Chileshe Holdway respectively. Read more
“Spring Meetings A Success”- Finance Minister Chikwanda
PRESS STATEMENT Sunday April 17th 2016 “Spring Meetings A Success”- Finance Minister Chikwanda Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda says the just ended 2016 World Bank/ International Monetary Fund (IMF) Spring Meetings were very successful because the Zambian delegation was able to explain the country’s economic position and the measures being put in place to address the challenges being faced in the economy. Read more
Embassy Staff Met With Honorary Consul for Zambia To California
Embassy Staff met with Honorary Consul Robert Sichinga to discuss the recently launched National AGOA Strategy for Zambia. Read more
Outgoing Ambassador Palan Mulonda Featured as a speaker at the Yale EMBA Global Perspectives Colloquium
Outgoing Ambassador Palan Mulonda was invited to be a featured speaker at the Yale EMBA Global Perspectives Colloquium that took place on 1st April 2016. Read more
Outgoing Ambassador Palan Mulonda Featured as a speaker at the Yale EMBA Global Perspectives Colloquium
Outgoing Ambassador Palan Mulonda was invited to be a featured speaker at the Yale EMBA Global Perspectives Colloquium that took place on 1st April 2016. Read more
The Embassy of Zambia took part in the World Bank Heritage Day on the 9th of March
The Embassy of Zambia took part in the World Bank Heritage Day on the 9th of March 2016. The World Bank opened its doors to the Embassy to showcase the best of Zambia's cuisine. Read more
The Embassy of Zambia took part in the World Bank Heritage Day on the 9th of March
The Embassy of Zambia took part in the World Bank Heritage Day on the 9th of March 2016. The World Bank opened its doors to the Embassy to showcase the best of Zambia's cuisine. Read more
The Embassy of Zambia took part in the World Bank Heritage Day on the 9th of March
The Embassy of Zambia took part in the World Bank Heritage Day on the 9th of March 2016. The World Bank opened its doors to the Embassy to showcase the best of Zambia's cuisine. Read more
The Embassy of Zambia took part in the World Bank Heritage Day on the 9th of March
The Embassy of Zambia took part in the World Bank Heritage Day on the 9th of March 2016. The World Bank opened its doors to the Embassy to showcase the best of Zambia's cuisine. Read more
The Embassy of Zambia took part in the World Bank Heritage Day on the 9th of March
The Embassy of Zambia took part in the World Bank Heritage Day on the 9th of March 2016. The World Bank opened its doors to the Embassy to showcase the best of Zambia's cuisine. Read more
The Embassy of Zambia took part in the World Bank Heritage Day on the 9th of March
The Embassy of Zambia took part in the World Bank Heritage Day on the 9th of March 2016. The World Bank opened its doors to the Embassy to showcase the best of Zambia's cuisine. Read more
The Embassy of Zambia took part in the World Bank Heritage Day on the 9th of March
The Embassy of Zambia took part in the World Bank Heritage Day on the 9th of March 2016. The World Bank opened its doors to the Embassy to showcase the best of Zambia's cuisine. Read more
Zambia’s Namwali Serpell wins the 2015 Caine Prize for “The Sack”
Namwali Serpell has been announced as the winner of the 2015 Caine Prize for African Writing for her short story, “The Sack”. Serpell receives £10 000, while each short listee received £500. Read more
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