women entrepreneurs have been challenged to grow their businesses into multinational companies if economic growth is to be stimulated. Bank of Zambia (BoZ) deputy administration governor Tukiya Kankasa – Mabula said there was need for small and medium businesses to strengthen their business to enable them grow into conglomerates. Dr Kankasa-Mabula said it was important for women to use their expertise in mentorship and couching programmes to promote and support career development of young people…"Women Entrepreneurs Inspired to Grow"
The first Lady of Zambia, Christine Kaseba has said contributions women make to the economic sector of the country and Africa as a whole should be recognised. Dr Kaseba said women were making massive contributions to various sectors of the Zambian economy such as agriculture, but that their achievements had not been recognised. She said this at Government House in Lusaka yesterday during a fundraising luncheon for the Third African Women’s Economic Summit which Zambia…"Here’s a reason to Value Women’s Economic Input"