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2023 for Socio-Economic Transformation

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono On 9th September, 2022, President Hakainde Hichilema during the opening of the Second Session of the Thirteenth National Assembly addressed the house under the theme “WORKING TOGETHER TOWARDS SOCIO-ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION: STIMULATING ECONOMIC GROWTH FOR IMPROVED LIVELIHOODS.” The address gave intent of the policies that Government is set to undertake in theContinue reading “2023 for Socio-Economic Transformation”

Debt Suspension to Spur Zambia to Economic Transformation

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono The period between 2011 and 2021, Zambia under the Patriotic Front led government initiated many capital projects which required heavy Moneta investments. Among them was the Link Zambia Programme which was aimed at the construction of massive road networks across the country in order to open many areas of the countryContinue reading “Debt Suspension to Spur Zambia to Economic Transformation”

Zambia-Rwanda Bilateral Ties: why Zambia needs to open a mission station in Kigali?

ByYohane Mbeeya Moono Trained Diplomat Rwanda a country that was ravaged by a genocide in 1994 has risen from the ruins of the genocide to cede claim as one of Africa’s fastest growing economies. During and after the genocide, many Rwandese nationals sought refuge in Zambia. Since then the two countries have even enjoyed moreContinue reading “Zambia-Rwanda Bilateral Ties: why Zambia needs to open a mission station in Kigali?”

TANZANIA: Why Zambia needs to secure more Bilateral Ties with her.

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono The recent visit to Zambia by the Rwandese President Paul Kagame has seen the Air Rwanda Airline increase its weekly flights to Lusaka to three times a week. Additionally, Zambia secured Battery Electric Vehicle Value Chain with the Democratic Republic of Congo following the recent visit too by the Congolese PresidentContinue reading “TANZANIA: Why Zambia needs to secure more Bilateral Ties with her.”

Go Back to the Land

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono On 10th September, 2021 President Hakainde Hichilema made his maiden speech to the National Assembly where he gave a number of Policy Directions for the next five years during his tenure as President of Zambia. Before this address, talk ha centred around his earlier statement that Zambia would push for aContinue reading “Go Back to the Land”


By Moono John As of Monday 28 December, 2020, the population of Africa stood at 1,356,137, 670 people according to the United Nations estimates. Apart from human resource Africa has another resource which is also more precious and in abundance to and that is land which can propel the Agriculture sector to greater heights. TheContinue reading “AGRICULTURE AND THE AfCFTA”