My interest in the topic Zambia’s Poverty levels stems from both a practical and theoretical awareness that something has gone horribly wrong in the economic balance of our nation. Poverty is an adversary that strongly exists in Africa and if we are to bridge the excruciating gap between the rich and the poor in Zambia… Continue reading Poverty in Zambia
In most instances, consumers have received goods and services that they did not demand for. Some consumers have even ended up paying for such unsolicited goods and services mainly because they never understood their rights and obligations. Thus, there is need to understand what constitutes unsolicited goods and services. Unsolicited goods or services are therefore,… Continue reading Unsolicited Goods and Services
This article is also available on the Financial Insight Zambia website* The rhetoric for the 2018 budget is “Accelerating fiscal fitness for sustained inclusive growth, without leaving anyone behind”. The Minister of Finance stated that one of the key macro-economic objectives of 2018 amongst other things, include a GDP growth of 5%. Subsequent, the IMF… Continue reading Will we experience inclusive growth ?
*To start off, we thought it would be a good idea for you to get a better sense of what mentoring is and how it will help you. Below is a little something from one of our international correspondents based in Namibia.* Mentorship. Often we hear this word and use it. It is mostly related… Continue reading Mentorship: active or passive?
Before the semester officially starts, we'll be posting a few articles in between. This is not only a means of showing (bragging about!) how diverse we are in terms of research and thinking capability, but also to introduce to you some friends of the programme. If you like an article, please feel free to get… Continue reading Opening remarks