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Could, Zambia be the most beautiful place on earth?

Watch : We love these two videos as they show off, Zambia and her beauty. Enjoy!

Testimonials - on why we all should buy Zambian

From our Facebook page
We asked our followers 'In your opinion, why is it important for you and I to buy Local?'
and this is what they had to say :- 

While on Twitter

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Bana Junior - 'Eating out at my local restaurant'

Blog post by Alick Nyirenda - Top Zed Brands - SMC It’s a Friday afternoon and the campus is buzzing because everyone is getting off early today. First thing that pops into their head is “where are we going to get lunch”. We go through the usual list. Someone suggests one of the fast foods at manda-hill. Another guy says Arcades, they have a cool café‼ But then one lady says there’s a place behind the railway tracks (PS: the railway tracks is the most desolate and obscure part of the school). Everyone has a brief laugh only to realise moments later she’s dead serious. We all weigh in and go back and forth but eventually its settled. Off we go to the “bush restaurant”. Jokingly I remember asking the waitress if we could have the menu. The look she gave me was priceless. The seating arrangement wasn’t ideal either. No booths like we were used to. It just had a few garden chairs and a couple of tables. Overall we all thought we're never coming here again. Well that was until we had th…

Buy Zambian - Campaign can create jobs.

It was so encouraging to hear President Edgar Lungu encourage citizens in the sub-region to establish and promote local manufacturing industries.

This was during the extraordinary Southern African Development Community (SADC) summit of heads of state and government in Harare, Zimbabwe, in April, 2015 at which the economic bloc’s industrialisation and roadmap were discussed.

This is something Zambia started under the leadership former President, Dr Kenneth Kaunda (KK), and UNIP.

I remember that under Dr Kaunda, for the good part of his leadership, we had the following industries; Zambia Cashew nut in Western Province, Mwinilunga Pineapple Cannery in North-Western Province, Zambia Metal Fabricators (ZAMEFA) in Luanshya, Kafironda Explosives in Mufulira, Serious International in Luanshya, Lyons Brooke Bond, Dunlop, Colgate Palmolive (to name but a few) on the Copperbelt.
Others were Kawambwa Tea Factory, Mununshi Banana Scheme and Mansa Batteries in Luapula Province, Luangwa Industries in Ea…