Zambia

PESA Editorial - Zambia - 3Q2018/19

History of Conflict and its Impact on Zambian Development

Zambia has been a relatively stable country since its independence in 1964. This is in contrast to several neighbouring countries, which have experienced civil war (Mozambique, Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola, and Zimbabwe). However, Zambia has had its fair share of conflict and instability, even though less violent conflict than its neighbours have.

PESA Editorial - Zambia - 2Q2018/19

Developmental Impact of Zambia-Sino Relations

Zambia’s relation with China can be traced back to 1949, before Zambia’s independence in 1964. Zambia was one of the African countries supporting the participation of China in the United Nations.

PESA Editorial - Zambia - 2Q2018/19

Developmental Impact of Zambia-Sino Relations

Zambia’s relation with China can be traced back to 1949, before Zambia’s independence in 1964[1]. Zambia was one of the African countries supporting the participation of China in the United Nations[2]. Despite various misunderstandings between the two countries, the Zambia-China Read More

A “round up” on the ending financial previous year

Zambian 2016 Political Economy Review

Zambia has faced its worst economic crisis in a decade on the back of lower than expected commodity prices in FY2015/16 which affected the country’s main exports, copper. As is the case in numerous other countries, global commodity prices had a negative on the economic growth of commodity-driven economies such as Zambia due to a decline in export revenues.