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Thursday, August 6, 2020

The Story of Saw Millers in Zambia

Videos and Audios The Story of Saw Millers in Zambia


  1. This business in good one altho yalikwata ifiko but there is Money. I tried one time i invested 22 thousand and wen i came back from Lusaka i was with 51 thousand. It is true is you start it from saw miller not ……..cabe

  2. Very refreshing to see value addition at work. What a difference it makes. Also, it is nice and forward-looking to involve our Chiefs, who are expected to be above partisan politics., just as UN, SADIC and COMESA are above partisan politics.
    Their initiative to open up markets outside the Country for export is the way to go. But Point worth noting:- To maintain sustainability, they themselves have to double check and ensure that tree-regeneration program in place is effective in real terms, particularly for hardwood which takes a very long time to reach maturity. As the wise old adage goes ‘If it is to be, it is up to me’.

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