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'What Zambian made products do you buy, use, like & why?'

In response to the question, 'What Zambian made products do you buy, use, like & why?' Ms Carol Bulaya, of Lusaka gave us this response & photos.
1. Boom scourer gets rid of scum & dirt especially on floors and in bathtub.
2. Ole cooking oil is light, no need to use much.
3. Boom washing powder,works well with laundry and lasts long.
4. Thirsty cordial is not too sweet and works as a mixer too.
5. Mealile maize meal is just the right texture for nshima.
6. Zambian honey is as organic as they come.
7. It's Wild Peanut butter is crunchy & nutty (great value for money too).
Check out our other list of Zambian products

Lungu Challenges 'LOCAL' Manufacturers

President Edgar Lungu has called on the local manufactures to improve the quality and presentation  of good and services of their products to install confidence in the consumers.

President Lungu  said it is important for the local manufactures to improve they quality of products to avoid the consumers opting to buy foreign products at the expense of local products.

He has since called on all Zambians to be patriotic and support local products to enhance  the country’s economic development.

The head of state said he is concerned with the levels at which Zambian people prefer to buy foreign goods.

President Lungu  has also called on Zambians to be patriotic and use the local currencies to in the business environment.

He added that it is also important for financial support to be translated in the country local currency.

And President Lungu  says he is disappointed that Zambians who are supposed to protect the country raw resources are participating in illegal activities.

President Lung…

Will Smith Visits Zambia

The Internet (in mostly Southern Africa) broke, when the following pictures (from many random twitter sources) of Hollywood actor Will Smith in and around Livingstone, Zambia. We are glad, Will (the coolest guy in Hollywood right now) visited Zambia & this fact made the news. Hopefully, the Zambia tourism authority can now start to properly market the Mosi-oa-Tunya  (or Mosi-o-Tunya). As a number of people pointed out, other countries, market the falls better than we (Zambians) do. We don't sell or market this destination like we ought to, locally or internationally.As you read this, can you say you have been to see the Mosi-oa-Tunya? If not book you trip via this app by Savannah Southern Safaris. Now enjoy these (Will Smith in Zambia) pics that the Internet has blessed us with😆