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  • Towards Better Social Protection Coordination: The Role of the Single Registry

    By Felix Mwenge The Zambian Government has in recent years increased budgetary allocation to social protection leading to unprecedented scale up of various programs. Nonetheless, until the launch of the 2014 National Social Protection policy, social protection interventions were being implemented wi...
  • Getting a Piece of the Pie: the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative

    by Nakubyana Mungomba During the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party held in October, China added the Belt and Road Initiative into its Constitution. This Initiative represents China’s latest great ambition to build a global economic empire. If executed successfully, it would be Chinese Pr...
  • Poor Saving Culture or Poor Incentives to Save in Zambia?

    by Chama Bowa-Mundia and Caesar Cheelo On Tuesday (31st October 2017), the Bankers Association of Zambia (BAZ) and the Bank of Zambia (BOZ) 2017 commemorated World Savings Day by hosting a savings culture promotional event in Lusaka.
  • Unplanned spending threaten fiscal fitness

    By Shebo Nalishebo The fiscal consolidation measures put in place in the 2018 Budget are likely to pay dividends if the Government sticks to the set plans. Subsidy cuts on agriculture, fuel and electricity are some of the many factors that will help bring the fiscal deficit on a commitment basis to...

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