The road to civil engineering in Zambia

[caption id="attachment_6995" align="alignnone" width="550" caption="Civil engineering work on Zambezi Road by Ng'andu Consulting with before and after pictures"][/caption] There's been a lot of talk about the improving African economies (See recent post, 'So, will Africa rise?'). Central to economy improvement is building and construction work. Ng'andu Consulting Ltd is an innovative team available to help satisfy the increasing demand for civil engineering services in Zambia. Ng'andu Consulting have considerable experience in the design and supervision of road and bridge infrastructure and provide a multi-disciplinary service through their dedicated specialist divisions — water, transport, structures, programme management and project management. Read More

Zambian copper and the London Stock Exchange

[caption id="attachment_6454" align="alignnone" width="550" caption="Copper ring. Image by Pomomama — http://www.flickr.com/photos/pomomama/"][/caption] Though over the years, Zambia has tried to move to a more agricultural and tourism centered economy, copper prices have remained the main determinants of its economic market. Zambia’s economy is still heavily dependent on copper prices and a rise in copper sales is always good news. Therefore, when Konkola Copper Mines (KCM), a mine based in the town of Chingola on Zambia’s Copperbelt province, recently announced plans to list the company on the London Stock Exchange, the news was met with all round approval. Read More