Zambia has all ingredients for economic success, but erratic and inconsistent government policies hold back growth.
Case studies, business advice, investment and trade opportunities for Zambia.
According to property portal Lamudi, likely real estate opportunities in 2015 lie in emerging cities.
Talking business and entrepreneurship in Zambia with Monica Musonda, founder of Java Foods.
“There was no empire in the beginning I can assure you of that,” said Francis Grogan, co-founder and CEO of Zambeef.
“I believe being landlocked in the middle of Africa is now potentially a great advantage,” says Robin Miller of REIZ.
Abhilash Bajpai, director of home electronics and appliances retailer, Radian Stores, talks about the rise in brand consciousness he is seeing in Zambia.
“You have to be honest – honest to your profession, to your company and to your target customers. If you can do that it is the first step to success.”
Zambeef CEO shares the company’s story with How we made it in Africa.
“You have to work whatever hours are required in order to be successful.”
How we made it in Africa’s‘s Kate Douglas reflects on some of the business and social characteristics of Lusaka.
“When operating in economies like Zambia’s, you have to always keep your mind open to the long term.”
These “local dynamos” are winning customers through innovative business models.
A look at the complexities of exchange controls in Africa and the role they are currently playing in South Africa.
Woolworths is expanding its African food operations, but sourcing local fresh produce remains a challenge.
African leaders take action that could transform the mining sector.