A delegation of South African business people has arrived in Zambia to explore business and investment opportunities on the Copperbelt and North Western Provinces.
The aim of the Trade and Investment Mission is to promote bilateral trade, enhance regional and international trade and explore investment opportunities in the two provinces.
The mission assists companies that wish to expand their market share into the country through business to business (B2B) meetings and connect them to potential partners in Zambia.
The delegation comprised 14 companies which arrived in Kitwe yesterday includes companies from Energy, Engineering, Construction, Mining, Logistics, and the Finance sectors.
The delegation also included a Zimbabwean company, Batiman World Limited that is seeking to expand its operations in the country.
Evance Chanda the co-facilitator from Southern Africa Zambia Chambers of Commerce and Industry (SAZACCI) said “Our aim is to market Zambia’s economic potential to investors across the world, as a private organisation working closely with Zambia Development Agency and it’s stakeholders.”
SAZCCI has partnered with Africa Project Access (APA) to host the business delegation and to disseminate accurate and up to date information on current investment opportunities in the country to the business community.