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The Embassy of Zambia in Brussels is accredited to Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg (The Benelux Countries).

The Embassy also represents Zambia at the following International Organizations; the European Union (EU), the African Carribean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States, the International Criminal Court (ICC), the International Court of Justice (ICJ), The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA), The Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH), The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), and The World Customs Union (WCO) in Brussels.

                

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  • Zambia, will give you plenty of opportunities to see amazing natural beauty, go on thrilling safaris, and experience Africa’s unique culture.

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  • Long overlooked in favor of more established safari destinations like South Africa and Tanzania, Zambia remains one of Africa’s unsung treasures. But as I discovered on a visit last January, it’s bound to become one of the continent’s shining stars

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  • When I am asked “is Zambia safe?” my inclination is to say yes, of cause. I stayed at a hostel in Lusaka (Backpackers), I never had a problem.

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    honor of visiting over 80 countries.
  • There’s no shortage of hotels and lodges, ranging from the economical to the extravagant.

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  • Abseil down the Batoka Gorge and enjoy an action packed adventure coupled with amazing views of the surrounding scenery.

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  • South Luangwa National Park: Life in this world-famous park revolves around the Luangwa River, it provides an invaluable source of water for countless wildlife.

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  • 2017, Zambia was awarded – “Best Stand for Doing Business” at the World Travel Market in Cape Town – South Africa. #WTMA18

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The Zambian economy has been transformed into a free market devoid of price, exchange and interest controls. Zambia’s investment climate today is characterized by a stable macroeconomic environment, democratic political system, excellent laws and government’s good policies.

  • Therefore, Zambia is stable and open for investment.

  • Zambia has eliminated import controls, so has fostered an open trade-Regime.

  • We hope that, you find this website useful and we urge you to explore Zambia.

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She represent Zambia in  ACP sub-committee on Political, Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Affairs. She is also responsible for multilateral issues.

Ms. Bertha CHILESHE

Counselor (Political & Consular Services)
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She represent Zambia in  ACP sub-committee on Political, Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Affairs. She is also responsible for multilateral issues.

Ms. Phyllis CHILEKWA

First Secretary (Press & Public Relations)
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He is responsible for matters of Finance & Development and Intra-ACP Programming, Promotion of Investment and Private Sector Development.

Mr. Musenge MUKUMA

First Secretary (Economic Affairs)
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She is responsible for Programming, Promotion of Investment and Private Sector Development.

Mrs. Delphine M. L. MUNDIA

Second Secretary (Personal Secretary to the Ambassador)
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She is responsible for Programming, Promotion of Investment and Private Sector Development.

Mrs. Bwalya A. YOMBWE

First Secretary (Trade & Investment)
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THE COPPERBELT INVESTMENT EXPO

THE COPPERBELT INVESTMENT EXPO

In a continued effort to diversify the country’s economy, enhance partnerships and linkaages with local entrepreneurs through joint ventures as well as provide an avenue for skills transfer...

President Edgar Chagwa Lungu during the Commissioning of the Edgar Chagwa Lungu Technical School in Petauke on Friday March 22, 2019- Pictures by Smart Eagles and Eddie Mwanaleza ...

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu flags off the distribution of relief food in Sinda District, Eastern Province on Thursday. Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse 21-03-2019 ...

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First Lady Esther Lungu during the Habitat for Humanity Zambia Women Build programme in Lusaka's Bauleni Compound on Friday, March 22,2019 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA ...

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu with Labour minister Joyce Nonde (3rd from R) and Presidential affairs Minister Freedom Sikazwe (Last Row-R) during a meeting with a delegation from the Zambia Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) at State House on Wednesday,March 20,2019- Picture by THOMAS NSAMA ...

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu with Labour minister Joyce Nonde (3rd from R) and Presidential affairs Minister Freedom Sikazwe (Last Row-R) during a meeting with a delegation from the Zambia Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) at State House on Wednesday,March 20,2019- Picture by THOMAS NSAMA ...

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First Lady Esther Lungu with Global Industries Limited Chief Executive Officer and Director Malolan Sampath (L), Global Industries Executive Director Aubrey Chibumba (second from right) and the company consultant Kennedy Matashi (R) at State House where the Company donated assorted food staffs and Laundry products to the Esther Lungu Foundation Trust in Lusaka on Wednesday, March 20,2019 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA ...

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Brenda Muntemba, 02.07.1970 - 19.03.2019, MHSRIP
Brenda Muntemba (born July 2, 1970) was a Zambian diplomat who had been serving as the High Commissioner from Zambia to Kenya.
Previously, she was the Commissioner of Police, Southern Province and Chief Program Officer at UNESCO in Zambia.
She had been a school teacher between 1993 and 1995 at Leopards Hill High School and was also a part-time radio presenter for Radio Phoenix and Christian Voice.
Muntemba has authored and published four motivational books this far, under Langmead and Baker; OFF DUTY (2011) In Retrospect (2013), Secrets Unveiled (2015) and The Architect (2018).
Education:
Owing to the fact that her father, Bradley Chesters Muntemba was a police officer, Muntemba and her two sisters, Hazel and Priscilla, attended many primary schools around Zambia, i.e., Northrise in Ndola, Lotus and Northmead and Jacaranda in Lusaka, Hillside in Chipata, and Livingstone Primary in Livingstone.
She, however, attended Roma Girls Secondary School, between 1982-1987 and then proceeded to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts (French major & Economics minor) from The University of Zambia in July 1993.
She then proceeded to obtain a specialised Masters in translation (French into English) from Marc Bloch University, Strasbourg, France in 2001.
Muntemba also undertook leadership training under the United States government ‘Leadership Exchange Programme,’ and the British Council ‘Making a difference Leadership Programme,’ offered to government leaders.
She also held a certificate in Copyright and Related rights under the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO).
Career:
When President Michael Sata, Zambia’s 5th Republican President, was elected into office, he took great steps in putting women in positions of authority.
Therefore, Muntemba was appointed Police Commissioner, Southern Province in 2011 alongside five other senior police women commissioners.
In 2012, Ms. Muntemba went back to police headquarters as Commissioner Operationers. Her stay as Commissioner Operations was short-lived, as she was transferred to Cabinet Office.
During this time, the Cabinet Office assigned her to the Ministry of Education as Zambia’s Chief Programmes Officer for UNESCO (July 2013 - Feb 2015), a position that constantly took her back to her country of language training, France.
On 2 February 2015, His Excellency President Edgar Chagwa Lungu appointed her into foreign service, subsequently retiring her from the Zambia Police Service.
Muntemba took her oath of office for the role on 22nd April 2015, as President Lungu inducted her as the High Commissioner to Kenya. Her first oath was taken in August 1996 as Assistant Supertintendent, the second in October 2011, as Commissioner of Police, and now the third as High Commissioner.
Personal Life:
Muntemba was born in Kitwe, to parents Bradley Chesters Muntemba and Hilary Mulenga. Bradley was an officer in the Zambia Police Service, having joined as a direct-entry cadet sub inspector in 1967, and died as assistant commissioner of police, commanding officer, central province of Zambia at the age of 48 years old.
Hillary is active and serves the community in various capacities. She has twice served the Republic of Zambia as a Constitution Review Commissioner during the Mung’omba and Mwanakatwe Constitution Review Commissions, was one of the founding members of the Women’s Lobby Group in Zambia, as well as the Business and Professional Women’s Association.
Muntemba married Reverend Sulanji Andrew Sichilembe on 27 October 2006, at Lusaka’s Anglican Cathedral of the Holy Cross. She was later ordained as a pastor on 30 December 2012, by Apostle Gift Ntitima at the under Jesus is Life Church, Lusaka. They have a daughter, Lukundo Mirriam Nachilembe.
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High Commissioner Muntemba was on February 26, 2019 involved in a head on collision road traffic accident in Machakos near Nairobi in Kenya.
She was later admitted into hospital and was operated on to stem internal bleeding before being evacuated to a hospital in Nairobi where she was admitted in Intensive Care Unit until her death.
May High Commissioner Brenda Muntemba's Soul Rest in Eternal Peace. SMART EAGLES
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President Edgar Lungu poses for a picture with members of the Federation of Egyptian Industries at State House on Monday, 18th March , 2019-Picture by EDDIE MWANALEZA ...

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President Edgar Lungu poses for a picture with members of the Federation of Egyptian Industries at State House on Monday, 18th March , 2019-Picture by EDDIE MWANALEZA ...

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ZAMBIA SCORES IN THE INTERNATIONAL STAR AWARD
Monday, 18th March, 2019 ---- ZAMBIA has been awarded the International Star for Leadership Award in the Gold Category at a prestigious event held in Paris, France.
The International Star for Leadership Award was bestowed on Kafubu Water and Sewerage Company for outstanding achievements, perseverance and Leadership in Excellence and quality in accordance with the World Quality Commitment criteria.
The World Quality Commitment Award recognizes and promotes companies, organisations and institutions that understand the dedication, continuous improvement, innovation and relentless pursuit of productivity that leads to excellence.
Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Water Development, Sanitation and Environmental Protection, Bishop Dr. Edward Chomba, representing the Government, Zambia’s Ambassador to France, Dr. Christine Kaseba-Sata, Board Chairperson, Engineer Yamfwa Mukanga and his delegation from Kafubu Water and Sewerage Company received the Award on behalf of the water utility company.
And Bishop Dr. Chomba said it was most gratifying for Zambia to be recognised through Kafubu Water and Sewerage Company in the Gold Category at International level.
Dr. Chomba said Government was making strides in fulling strategic goals such as sustainable development goal number six (SDG-6) which targets ensuring availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.
The Permanent Secretary noted therefore that his Ministry, working in collaboration with the Ministry of Heath had since achieved what they were calling Zero occurrence of cholera.
“We are working towards ensuring that our people have access to clean water and sanitation as it is their basic human right. This is in line with the Seventh National Development Plan for Zambia which His Excellency President Edgar Chagwa Lungu has been championing through the make Zambia clean, green and healthy campaign,” Dr. Chomba said.
Furthermore, Dr. Chomba noted that his sector was also working towards implementing the Agenda 2030 so as to ensure that all households had access to tap water around that period.
Earlier, Zambia’s Ambassador to France, Dr. Christine Kaseba-Sata reiterated that the International Star for Leadership Award was a clear indication that Government’s efforts in not only improving the country’s business environment but also quality and productivity was being recognised and thus attracting the international community’s attention.
“This achievement goes a long way to speak about the great strides for Zambia and in particular Kafubu Water and Sewerage Company,” Ambassador Kaseba-Sata added.
And Kafubu Water and Sewerage Company Board Chairperson Engineer Yamfwa Mukanga thanked the organisers of the World Quality Commitment Award Convention, Paris 2019, BID Group One and Business Initiative Directions (BID) for recognising Zambia.
“We are truly thankful for this Award because we never expected to win but because of our operations and the support from the Government of Zambia our work has being recognised internationally.” said Engineer Mukanga.
And Engineer Athanasius Mwaba, Kafubu Water and Sewerage Company Managing Director hailed the employees and customers who he said had contributed so much in getting the company where it was.
“Having been given this award in the Gold category which falls within our slogan, that of providing good service with commitment and efficiency, coupled with the levels in which this award has been given is being correlated to innovation which we have strived to achieve with exemplary leadership,”Engineer Athanasius Mwaba added.
Kafubu Water and Sewerage Company (KWSC) is one of the 11 water and sewerage utility companies in Zambia whose operations commenced in the year 2000 as a result of Water Sector Reform Programme (WSRP) embarked on by the Government of Zambia.
The Establishment of these commercial utilities is to provide water and sewerage services in all urban areas of Zambia and was pronounced in the National Water Policy (NWP) document of 1994 in accordance with the Water Supply and Sanitation Act Number 28 of 1997.
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Yande Musonda (Ms.)
First Secretary - PRESS
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THE COPPERBELT INVESTMENT EXPO

In a continued effort to diversify the country’s economy, enhance partnerships and linkaages with local entrepreneurs through joint ventures as well as provide an avenue for skills transfer through Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), Zambia will be hosting yet another investment expo from the 24th to 29th June 2019.

The recently launched Copperbelt Investments Expo (CIEX), will be held in Ndola under the theme Broaden the Copperbelt Economy through diversified investment.

We therefore wish to extend our invitation to both the private and public sectors to take part in the investment expo.

Further information and registration for participation is accessible on www.cbt.gov.zm OR contact the Embassy of Zambia on Phone: +32 (0)2 343 56 49 and info@zebru.org