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Economic Contribution

The economy of contribution takes place, in the manner of a general economy, alongside the market, public and gift economies: Through regulation by prices, public decision making and by the principle of reciprocity, the economy of contribution replaces regulation by the interactions of participation (both quantitative and qualitative) within an activity.

Making Zambia a more attractive destination for investment is the number one shared priority of Zambia’s brightest financial brains. Investment in the country’s mining sector, in particular, has the enormous potential of putting Zambia back on a growth trajectory,...
Enthusiasm was palpable during Friday’s reading of Zambia’s 2022 Budget by Minister of Finance, Hon. Mr. Situmbeko Musokotwane, who announced a wide range of intended measures to grow the economy and reign in overspending, several of which were met...
Ahead of the 2022 Budget announcement on 29 October 2021, Professor Saasa spoke to Mining For Zambia about how the establishment of “a formal dialogue architecture” could help Government realise its production goal of two million tonnes of copper...
Ahead of the 2022 Budget announcement by the Minister of Finance on 29 October 2021, Mining For Zambia spoke to celebrated Zambian economist, Professor Oliver Saasa, about what measures we can expect, and how they will enable the country...
The country’s national election is just days away, but regardless of one’s politics or confidence in a party’s campaign, one thing is certain: If Zambia follows a path that leads to long-term, sustainable economic recovery, each and every citizen...
The Zambian Government’s collection of ZMW 40.1 billion in revenue and grants between January and May 2021 has been welcomed by the Secretary to the Treasury, which noted last month that the sums collected are “an impressive 43 percent...
Following Zambia’s 29 April 2021 mining indaba, at which the promise of a review of mining tax policies renewed hopes that the country may be back in the running as a viable investment destination, an online conference on 26...
In some ways it’s difficult to believe that over a year has passed since COVID-19 turned our world upside down. Zambia has escaped the large-scale tragedy of many countries, with the virus spreading at a relatively slow pace by...
With the promise of a review of mining tax policies, there is a sense in the international mining world that Zambia may be back in the running as a viable investment destination. First Quantum Minerals (FQM) has announced record...
After decades of combined experience in Government and on the ground in the mining industry, Dr. Godwin Beene's appointment as President of the Chamber of Mines holds much promise. Mining For Zambia spoke to Dr. Beene to understand what it would...

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