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  • What Moody’s rating upgrade means for Zambia?

    by Malidi Msoni-Chatora Moody’s Investors Service on 26 January 2018, upgraded Zambia’s rating outlook from negative to stable. This is on the back of the country’s recent gradual progress with fiscal consolidation which has helped to cap borrowing needs and public debt accumulation, slowly restorin...
  • Gender imbalances in Zambia’s labour market: Why it matters

    by Tamara Billima-Mulenga The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Africa Human Development Report 2016 estimates that gender inequality is costing sub-Saharan Africa on average US$95 billion a year which is the equivalent of six percent of the regions Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Africa is...
  • 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...

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