Livingstone, an economic hub

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Livingstone City

Livingstone is the Tourist Capital of Zambia located in Central Africa, a must visit Destination City.

It is endowed with diversity in culture, its strategic location between 4 Nations, 5 minutes into Victoria Falls town Zimbabwe, 15 minutes into Kasani Botswana, 35 minutes into Namibia and the same time into Angola creates a huge opportunity to develop into a ultramodern City.

This should be a hub of Investments, tourism and Zambia’s entertainment center.

The Rainbow Safaris describes Livingstone and the Victoria Falls area as most certainly the adrenaline capital of Africa – if not the world!

By Masheke Akashambatwa

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6 Responses to Livingstone, an economic hub

  1. Our beautiful Town deserve up grading.

    Proud Aushi Musamba Mumba
    November 18, 2012 at 11:20 pm
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    • been here about 4 years back….its a nice place for an outing.

      nicholas
      November 19, 2012 at 9:56 am
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  2. You just cross the river into sanctions-battered Victoria Falls and you are in a different world, and a new universe in neat Kasane. I hear even war-ravaged Lubumbashi is now paradise compared with any Copper-belt town.There must be something seriously wrong with us. RT: Peter Mpande

    Proud Aushi Musamba Mumba
    November 18, 2012 at 11:43 pm
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  3. Livingstone is so backwards with ancient vintage buildings. as Vinatage as Zambis leadership of Sata & KK.

    Mpangula Mputyu
    November 19, 2012 at 5:29 am
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  4. Livingstone, my proud Ushi, can be transformed if there forward thinking citizens of the calibre of AKA and Miss Mumba, with whom u can reason and explain.Could u imagime, the road called the Royal mile , The road that takes all the tourist to boat cruises and holtels, was neglected for the last twenty years.Look at Zim side as they really look after their side. I know the commitee there, and they r switched on. We have some very very inteligent chaps on our side, like the owner of Rivver club, and lodges who come up with fatantic suggestions to improve our side, but to no avail. The people in charge are just not intrested. APATHY.In short, Livingstone can be transformed in a month, if the people in charge, listen. Shall i say Ruth Henson is another person who should be given the task of the Tourism Section, she is switched on.

    Hatembo
    November 19, 2012 at 8:24 pm
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  5. Aka please get your facts correct. Vic falls is 13km or so and two borders so takes between 30 mins and two hours to get to depending which nationality you are and whether you take a vehicle.
    Kasani is about an hours drive, two borders and a pontoon. Two hours if you are very lucky.
    Namibia is at least 2 hours drive. And the borders again.
    How you get to Angola from Livingstone I have no idea but its a long way.
    These links could be drastically improved by streamlining payments and paperwork and reducing or removing fees. Until government understands how it is killing tourism it won’t happen though.

    R. Henson
    November 24, 2012 at 1:27 pm
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