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ECONOMIC FIXATION: Requires a Disciplined Approach

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono In November of 2020, President Edgar Chagwa Lungu launched the economic recovery plan which spelt out the country would catapult herself out of the debt mountain it had acquired. However, the August, 12 2021 elections saw a change of government which ushered in the United Party for National Development government underContinue reading “ECONOMIC FIXATION: Requires a Disciplined Approach”

A Breathe of Fresh Air

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono Zambia is a nation endowed with a lot of natural resources and chief among them is that the Country is rich in Mineral Resources. The mining sector has long cede the claim as the major economic contributor to the Gross Domestic Product value of Zambia. The Country has identified sectors suchContinue reading “A Breathe of Fresh Air”

PAN-AFRICAN DIARIES: Zambia -Democratic Republic of Congo Battery Electric Vehicle Value Chain Agreement

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono Former Congolese Prime Minister and Freedom Fighter Patrice Lumumba once retorted that “Political Independence has no meaning if it is not accompanied by Economic and Social Development.” This statement resonates with the plight of many African communities that have yearned to see the full scale benefits of Political Sovereignty. The concernContinue reading “PAN-AFRICAN DIARIES: Zambia -Democratic Republic of Congo Battery Electric Vehicle Value Chain Agreement”

Electric Mobility: A project with a past and a future

Around 1900, electric motors and internal-combustion engines were still equally popular in automobiles. Particularly in the United States, the smooth electric powertrain was more prevalent in urban traffic, while the internal-combustion engine was the preferred choice in rural areas thanks to its greater range. An electrically powered vehicle was also the first to break theContinue reading “Electric Mobility: A project with a past and a future”


By Alexander Nkosi Zambia and DRC are among the most resource-endowed countries in Africa. Strengthening trade and investment between the two countries can be a real economic game changer. According to the global press journal, DRC spends over $1.5 billion on food imports every year. The World Food Programme estimates that in some years, foodContinue reading “ZAMBIA AND DRC DISCUSS INCREASED TRADE AND COPPER AND COBALT VALUE ADDITION!”