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Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Zambian-South Africa Business Council formed

Economy Zambian-South Africa Business Council formed

Emmanuel Mwamba with members of their steering committee
Emmanuel Mwamba with members of their steering committee

Zambia’s High Commissioner Designate to South Africa Emmanuel Mwamba has disclosed that a Zambian-South Africa Business Council has been formed that will bring together South African business entities and persons that have invested in Zambia and Zambians that have invested in South Africa as entrepreneurs and professionals.

The Council held its inaugural meeting yesterday to spearhead the launch and a Business Forum that will be held after the launch.

Mr Mwamba said, to help with the process, a steering committee is being set up that include Mr. Charles Kalima, Mrs. Lucy Zulu-Simuzingili, Mr. Timothy Simelani representing the Mail Guardian and Augustine Chisembele.

He said the team is tasked with the initiative of putting together a steering committee comprising Zambians and South Africans that should ensure that the launch planned for October 2015 is successful.

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