The Economics Association of Zambia (EAZ) and Lusaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) will be holding a Networking Business Forum on Wednesday, 9th December, 2015 at the Taj Pamodzi Hotel from 16:00hrs to 20:30hrs.
The event will be graced by Her Honour, the Vice President Hon. Inonge Wina who is also Minister of National Planning. Also in attendance as guest speaker will be the Bank of Zambia. The topic is, How Far can Monetary Policy Achieve in Zambia? Lessons from the World. Other panel discussants will be communicated to you later.
We therefore wish to invite our members and non-members to this important Networking Business Forum, so that both our individual and our corporate member’s employees and clients can engage in an informal but fruitful discussion. The tickets are going at K350 per person. You are most welcome to buy as many tickets as you wish.
We hope and trust that the event will create potential for providing a wonderful networking opportunity. The program will be availed soon. Tickets can be bought from EAZ/LCCI Secretariats or call 0955229501/0978980170/0977807517/0975154364/0211842088 and it will be brought to your door step.
The International Growth Centre (IGC) and the Economics Association of Zambia (EAZ) will be holding a public lecture on “The Challenges of Economic Reform in Complex Democracies” on Wednesday 25th November at 18:00hrs at the Taj Pamodzi Hotel in Lusaka. This lecture will be delivered by Prof. Alan Hisrch, the out-going Country Director for the International Growth Centre- Zambia Country Office who will co-lecture with Prof. Thandika Mkandawire, Chair of African Studies at the London School of Economics.
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Speakers will include:
1. Dr. Caleb Fundanga- Former Bank of Zambia Governor
2. Prof. Odd-Helge Fjeldstad- Economist public financial management CMI Norway
3. Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA)
4. Mr. Robert Liebenthal- Development Economist IGC Senior Country Advisor
Venue: Southern Sun Hotel, Ridgeway, Lusaka
Date: Thursday, 19th November, 2015
Time: 18:00 to 20:00
Entry: Free, free, free!!!
The general public and the media are all welcome.
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The application and annual membership fees of the Association have not been reviewed since 2010. As a result, the current fees, in many aspects, are too low and do not reflect reality, or the status of membership to the Association nor the trends among membership associations.
Given the foregoing, the EAZ Board deliberated on membership fees and resolved that they be revised upwards effective January 2016 as shown below:
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