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Zambia Economic Outlook: Recent macroeconomic and financial developments

The economy of Zambia fell into a deep recession due the adverse impact of the COVID–19 pandemic. Real GDP contracted by an estimated 4.9% in 2020, after growing by 4.0% in 2018 and 1.9% in 2019. The output contraction is the result of an unprecedented deterioration in all the key sectors of the economy. ManufacturingContinue reading “Zambia Economic Outlook: Recent macroeconomic and financial developments”

Tourism Combo- Lochinvar National Park

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono Zambia’s Tourism Combo has been dominated by the Let us Explore anthem centering on the Mosi oo Tunya or the Shungu Namutitima which translates as the “Smoke that Thunders.” The advertisement that the Most oo Tunya receives has eclipsed some of the Tourists Destination which the country has. Zambia is aContinue reading “Tourism Combo- Lochinvar National Park”

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.”

Welcome to Oromia

A land with diverse opportunities. The majestic natural beauties and wonders of the land, the range of fauna and flora, the wild animals, the multifarious cultural colors and the history of the Oromo people, their wisdom, tolerance and hospitality that made the Oromia breathtakingly beautiful. Moreover, one of the world’s biggest and marvelous caves SofContinue reading “Welcome to Oromia”

Northern Corridor Tourism Capacity

Yohane Mbeeya Moono Approximately 50% of the country’s water bodies are found in the Northern Region of Zambia. The Region is blessed with a number of waterfalls due to the mountainous nature of the region. There is little known Lwitikila Falls in Mpika, Chipoma Falls in Chinsali, Kalambo Falls in Mbala, Chishimba Falls in Kasama,Continue reading “Northern Corridor Tourism Capacity”

MBALA: the Home of World War One History

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono Mbala is located in the North-East of Modern day Zambia. The town which is about 167 Kilometers North of the Provincial Capital Kasama will forever be etched in the history of Zambia and the World at large in the context of the 20th Century global catastrophe the First World War. FromContinue reading “MBALA: the Home of World War One History”


By Masauso Mkwayaya Lumangwe Falls which spills from the Kalungwishi River into a 30 to 40 meters deep gorge located between Kawambwa and Mporokoso Districts are the largest falls wholly within Zambia . The Lumangwe are a site to behold. The falls are a block of a curtain of water spanning 160 meters wide. LumangweContinue reading “LUMANGWE FALLS; ZAMBIA’S LARGEST WATERFALLS”

MUCHINGA PROVINCE: A place of natural abundance

By Moono John 24th October, 1964 will always be in the memory of many people who emanate from the borders of Zambia as it is the day that gave birth to the great nation now known to the world as Zambia. Formerly known as Northern Rhodesia, was a protectorate of the British government when theContinue reading “MUCHINGA PROVINCE: A place of natural abundance”