Zambia to diversify away from mining

By Liz Gyekye
Published: Wednesday, 16 December 2015

Falling copper prices and a continuing power crunch are forcing the African country to look for economic opportunities in other sectors and place less of a focus on its mining activities.

Zambia is planning to diversify away from a mining-heavy economic base in order to grow its economy, according to the country’s president of the Chamber of Mines, who said that diversification could be beneficial.

Speaking at a Zambian conference on mining, Nathan Chishimba said that "Zambia should not be relying...

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