September 29, 2023

Zambia’s Balancing Act: Debt Sustainability and Addressing Soaring Living Costs

Zambia, renowned as Africa’s second-largest copper producer, currently finds itself at a critical juncture. The nation’s Finance Minister is under increasing pressure to reassure anxious investors of the country’s commitment to debt sustainability, while also acknowledging and addressing the pressing concerns of its citizens over rising living costs. Highlights: Zambia’s economy, which heavily relies on […]

September 25, 2023

Zambia’s Ex-President Lungu Faces Jogging Ban Amidst Political Allegations

LUSAKA – It’s a situation that few could have envisioned: A former national leader warned by the authorities against jogging. Yet this is precisely the situation unfolding in Zambia as former president Edgar Lungu has been reprimanded by the Zambian police for allegedly turning his routine morning jogs into political events. Highlights Edgar Lungu, who […]

September 16, 2023

Zambia: Cabinet Greenlights 2024 National Budget in a Historic Session

Lusaka, Zambia – In a monumental decision that sets the tone for Zambia’s financial trajectory for the coming year, the Zambian Cabinet has officially approved the national budget for 2024. The announcement, which has been covered extensively by local news outlets, is being seen as a significant step toward addressing the country’s economic challenges and […]

September 16, 2023

Zambia and China Strengthen Ties, Emphasizing Trade and Economic Collaboration

Beijing, China – In the sprawling and bustling city of Beijing, two leaders came together in a symbolic meeting, one that may very well reshape the economic and political landscape of their respective regions. The Presidents of Zambia and China, representing two diverse and unique cultures, found a common goal and mutual respect in their […]