Lusaka - the capital and largest city of Zambia – is one of the fastest developing cities in the world.
It is the centre of both commerce and government in Zambia.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed finance journalist Nikiwe Bikitsha, currently on a fact-finding mission in Zambia.
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Mining is still the backbone of the economy.— Nikiwe Bikitsha
Black market exports of copper is a huge problem.— Nikiwe Bikitsha
… they’ve brought in international franchises such as Mugg & Bean and Pizza Hut…— Nikiwe Bikitsha
Making her way through Kampala for Africa Connected, Nikiwe Bikitsha stopped by the offices of Stanbic Bank to chat to CEO Patrick Mweheire.
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