Tasila Lungu punches into HH’s Ten Points Plan

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Tasila Lungu (r) with PF Supporters during a match past

Tasila Lungu (r) with PF Supporters during a match past

Tasila Lungu, daughter to incumbent president Edgar Lungu has continued to challenge leader of the main opposition Hakainde Hichilema on his campaign messages ahead of the August elections.

Tasila is contesting as councilor in one of the wards in her father’s former constituency Chawama, in the Zambian capital. This time she has raised questions on Hichilema or HH’s 10 Point Plan where his campaign message for next month’s election is anchored.

“In his ten points he talks about creating opportunities. Again here he has chosen to remain vague about everything hoping Zambians will not ask questions. Let me explain to him what the PF government is doing,” Tasila says as she goes on to explain what his father’s government is doing.

HH

HH

On free education campaign message by HH, Tasila says; “If Mr. Hichilema was really serious with running for Presidency and offering free education, he should have invested in developing a paper which maps the education sector to determine: how many learners are in school, how many are not in schools, how many schools and universities we need to ensure everyone is in school, how many more teachers and lectures we need to employ in the current and new schools and universities, how many learning and teaching materials we need to ensure that all these schools and universities are fully equipped to provide high quality education, how much we need to give to the schools and universities in terms of grants to ensure students learn for free.
All these things have to be costed and then a clear strategy for raising funds developed. This is the easiest way to convince Zambians he really knows what he is talking about. Unfortunately, he doesn’t know a single thing about all these things I have listed. These are the questions I will ask him should he avail himself for our much publicized debate.”

HH has stated that among other things he will do to raise funds to finance free education is cutting on wasteful expenditure. He says education is not cost but an investment which government should spend money on.

President Lungu with his daughter Tasila

President Lungu with his daughter Tasila

Below is a full statement by Tasila Lungu:

Let me clarify that I am not challenging Mr. Hichilema for a live debate as a daughter to the President but I am doing so as a young, vibrant and focused politician. Age in politics is just a number. I am contesting this year’s election, hence it is my duty to challenge politicians who are deceiving Zambians regardless of their age.
As young people we have to rise and actively participate in the development of our nation. When we are discussing matters related to national development we don’t have to gross over them and trivialize them the way UPND and Mr. Hichilema have been doing. In this day and age we expect people who want to run the country to be very serious and provide detailed plans of what they want to do. This simplistic approach of wanting to run the country on the basis of ten vague and misconceived points is unfortunate.
Mr. Hichilema does not fully understand how an economy functions. His key campaign message is to offer free education from grade one to university and create opportunities for citizens. When you listen to him gross over issues you would understand that he doesn’t really know what he talks about. He says he wants to offer free education and yet he doesn’t even know what needs to be done to get to the point where people can access free education. He doesn’t know how much free education will cost. He thinks free education is simply announcing that all schools should stop charging fees.
He has been very loud in condemning the current government for investing heavily in constructing schools and universities. What he doesn’t understand is that when education is free no one should be denied of accessing it but virtue of distance or lack of student places. The first steps to making education accessible to all is to increase the current number of primary schools, secondary schools and universities. How do you say you want to make education accessible to all with only two public universities and condemn those increasing the number of universities as lacking priorities? How can you promise to pay for something whose cost you don’t even know?
If Mr. Hichilema was really serious with running for Presidency and offering free education, he should have invested in developing a paper which maps the education sector to determine: how many learners are in school, how many are not in schools, how many schools and universities we need to ensure everyone is in school, how many more teachers and lectures we need to employ in the current and new schools and universities, how many learning and teaching materials we need to ensure that all these schools and universities are fully equipped to provide high quality education, how much we need to give to the schools and universities in terms of grants to ensure students learn for free.
All these things have to be costed and then a clear strategy for raising funds developed. This is the easiest way to convince Zambians he really knows what he is talking about. Unfortunately, he doesn’t know a single thing about all these things I have listed. These are the questions I will ask him should he avail himself for our much publicized debate.
In his ten points he talks about creating opportunities. Again here he has chosen to remain vague about everything hoping Zambians will not ask questions. Let me explain to him what the PF government is doing. The structure of government is undergoing transformation to match the current needs of development. Most of the ministries and government departments we have were created after independence to address needs at that time.

Tasila Lungu

Tasila Lungu

Things have changed and we are changing and upgrading to suit the current needs. The PF government has done thorough consultations on the new composition of government ministries and departments. The ministry of education has been split because we want to align the ministry of higher education to addressing the needs of industry while general education will focus on building strong and solid foundations for leaners. The Ministry of Finance and National Planning has been split because we want to strengthen national planning, monitoring and evaluation. We want all programmes and projects being implemented in the country to feed into the short, medium and long term plans with clear and measurable results. The Central Statistics Office is being strengthened at national, provincial and district levels and will fall under the Ministry of National Planning to ensure that information being collected meets the minimum standards of – validity, accuracy, precision, completeness and timeliness – so that it can be used in development planning. This will include labour statistics and other new important performance indicators.
Most importantly, some ministries will be merged while one new key ministry will be created to give direction and focus in terms of creating opportunities for citizens. This will be called Ministry of Economic Empowerment and Entrepreneurial Development (MEEED). Zambia has a lot of isolated economic empowerment initiatives littered across ministries. These are so detached from each other posing a serious challenge in terms of exploiting benefits of integrated value chains development. All the empowerment funds and initiatives focusing on different targets groups will fall under this ministry to ensure that individuals at different levels of the value chain are supported. We are funding production of cotton seed, farmers growing cotton, companies selling chemicals required in cotton production, ginning plants buying cotton from farmers, factories and spinning companies creating fabrics using cotton from ginning plants, and companies producing clothes using fabrics from factories. Supporting all levels of the value chain will ensure ready market as a product at a lower level of the chain is used as an input at a higher level of the same chain. This will in turn improve loan repayment, create jobs and speed up economic diversification.
This done in 20 value chains will create both vertical and horizontal integration within and across value chains. This will significantly cut down on imports while boosting exports thereby tilting the balance of trade in our favour and bringing lasting stability to our currency. This is already happening. Investments are being made. Empowerment funds are being harmonised, new industries are being opened; except you can’t do all this today and expect results tomorrow like Mr. Hichilema puts it.
Bring him on for the debate. I cannot wait to face him. If it is possible, let us debate each sector thoroughly. He should also prepare documents to back his claims. We in the Patriotic Front are way above politics of rhetoric. Zambians deserve a better opposition. A strong opposition whose checks and balances are supported by well researched arguments is important for development. On the contrary, an opposition whose checks and balances are premised on lies aimed at wrestling power from the ruling party is retrogressive and detrimental for our development as a Nation.

43 Responses to Tasila Lungu punches into HH’s Ten Points Plan

  1. Waste no time on this ka chap. Someone is writing rubbish for her to get some political mileage. If you respond you give her the mileage she wants. So best is to be mute on her. Let her help her troubled father draw up a manifesto.

    Maliongo
    July 25, 2016 at 8:44 am
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    • Reading the comments made so far,one feels very sad.Tasila has raised some points which require intelligent comments.What has her personal standing got to do with the points she has raised.Just tabulate to her the full costing of educating a child from grade one to University and multiply this by the numbers of potential learners.Build into this teachers/Lecturers salaries,maintenance of buildings and equipment.The question Tasila is posing to HH is can Zambia afford this taking into account a million other needs,security,health,agriculture etc.

      Be Nice To People
      July 25, 2016 at 1:50 pm
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      • The problem with mediocre minds like Tasila’s mind is that even their expectations from our leaders is mediocre and it is very difficult to teach them and change their attitude. Mediocre mind = mediocre expectations. Amidst hunger and widespread mis-governance, they will still chant “PamaFi”. They also think good progress made by other nations is not possible in Zambia and that what they are seeing today is the best there can be. Very mediocre and it is this culture we want to throw away from Zambia. There’s a lot that the government can do for the poor especially that they are not doing because they are also like “We are Finished” (Tasila) – mediocre. Free education is very possible if for example the wastage of resources can be turned off, if corruption can be minimized, if efficiencies in running government are improved. There’s much more that can be done. Her father, Chagwa is spending millions of dollars on cadres (some in priestly robes, others with pangas) and running militias instead of investing that money into agriculture to lower food costs and even to provide free education. Does this girl know how much money his father is spending on this? Millions of dollars enough to pay for free education.

        Doug
        July 25, 2016 at 2:36 pm
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        • Doug.Talk from figures.Lets assume that out of the Zambian total budget of K46Billion,PF mismanages 10% which comes to K4.6Billion, is it your argument that the whole of this money added to the current allocation to Ministry of Education will be sufficient to give every school going child free education from Grade One to University taking into account other educational needs like teachers salaries,new school infrastructure,maintenance of current buildings,etc?

          Be Nice To People
          July 25, 2016 at 3:08 pm
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    • Tasila ‘Watermelon gum’ Lungu

      mmembe
      July 25, 2016 at 2:36 pm
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    July 25, 2016 at 9:03 am
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  3. Is she sick like her father? The young lady lacks discipline something she cultivated from her parents probably. She is running at councilor level and she wants to debate with someone who is running at presidential level, isn’ t that an insult ? If that’ s how big headed the first family has become, then we are in trouble as a country because we shall be insulted publicly as long as we don’ t belong to that family. That insult which seem to be directed at HH is actually directed to every Zambian who is not a son or daughter to President Lungu. Where does she get the courage to talk like that ? That’ s how people who hail from ruined backgrounds behave. But Lungu has barely been in government for less than 2 years and all these past years, Zambia has been moving on successfully as a nation. Is it Tasila and her father including the PF who have got a better plan for this nation whilst we see everything falling apart economically ?

    Terence Kaputa
    July 25, 2016 at 9:12 am
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  4. @ Maliongo ,u don’t understand

    unknown
    July 25, 2016 at 9:18 am
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  5. Let her continue with her garbage which is just alienating her father more. Any plan is batter than a leader who gathers over 100,000 of his citizens so that he can deliver a manifesto only to tell them that the manifesto hasn’t been printed and therefore people can just dance. But he could have read it for the masses. Isn’t that proof that the father has no vision up to now?

    James
    July 25, 2016 at 9:22 am
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  6. After August 11, you will never hear of her name anymore just like bene Castro Chiluba. Actually she will revert back to using her American names she had adopted because of hating her father Chagwa.

    James
    July 25, 2016 at 9:25 am
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  7. Them who like them can even allow Tasila in their sitting room and allow her do anything there without even showing her the toilet this is dengerously serious

    wheels
    July 25, 2016 at 9:26 am
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  8. Plese people don’t waste your time on this un cultured girl, she is just wasting our time. We know her very well and her father let’s focus on changing the government of her vision less father.

    chondoka
    July 25, 2016 at 9:41 am
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  9. Balemikolopa Nafuti Nafuti.

    Ingombe Iledee
    July 25, 2016 at 9:44 am
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  10. she has a point though

    grizzy the pf high IQ gee
    July 25, 2016 at 9:45 am
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  11. This girl is just demon possessed after taking so much jameson with the failure and now barking like she on heat trying to divert real issues of broken economy, inflation at 21% from 7%, corruption,violence/police state, high cost of living, miners job losses, loadsheding, poor kwacha … all in one year due to the visionless reign of her father.

    Kata
    July 25, 2016 at 9:54 am
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  12. We all know how schools are run in Zambia. Start with primary schools – why do we need Basic schools? A group of kids start school in the morning and when the bell goes another groups walks in to take those places… what the hell is that? If there are so many kids – why not build more schools? Tasila you know this and you do not need a scientific publication to do the numbers. UNZA only takes limited numbers on all their programmes and do you know why that is? Is lack of vision and lack of understanding – UNZA cancelled a huge number of their courses to the point whereby the UNZA degree has become of less value.

    WAKE UP AND SMELL THE ROSES

    Short Memory
    July 25, 2016 at 9:57 am
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  13. Can this ka thing really compare what HH has in terms of businesses as compared to Chagwas taverns ?
    That alone will tell you who uses brains.
    Thanks

    Kwa-Jeke
    July 25, 2016 at 10:10 am
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  14. What is her level of education? It is not her writing. Someone is using her name?

    Orange
    July 25, 2016 at 10:44 am
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  15. Tasila,kindly help us know your level of education it will help autheticate you publication. Now what is your position in PF or Government for you to know even the names ministries to be named

    Deco
    July 25, 2016 at 10:55 am
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  16. WHEN THE FATHER WAS IN CHAWAMA,SHE RAN RELOCATED TO AMERICA WITH MUM,WHEN THE FATHER IS IN STATE HOUSE SHE COMES BACK TO ZAMBIA.WHEN THE FATHER GOES BACK TO CHAWAMA SHE WILL GO BACK TO AMERICA!!!!I LOVE MY FATHER?

    MUZO
    July 25, 2016 at 11:11 am
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  17. Tasila I think you lacky vision or understanding,y?in every plain you have to think advantage and disadvantage coz in Zambia we have lots of resources that can be used to do all these things HH talked about by the way kaund gave free education,now young girl it doesn’t require to come with everything like first step one will be this from to,or there to were.we write shot,than come with a novels of plain OK.so think as you had on.they were old people knew what they’re talking about.

    true worshipper
    July 25, 2016 at 12:07 pm
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  18. Let her date me on this one

    Nevyson Kabbudula
    July 25, 2016 at 2:06 pm
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  19. those writing for this this girl are only exposing the lack of academic maturity their party possess. Tasila, have you ever heard of micro, miso and macro policies, if you have not heard them then request a lecture from Miyanda Hichilema. Your brain and that of your writers are too small to expose to the public, ok.

    ...
    July 25, 2016 at 2:32 pm
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  20. Tasila menomeno lungu, nakamwa evuta kuvala, chifukwa chameno yambili. Atasila munga tiuze chani emwe, mwaziba kusamba, mwaziba kukamba, simwezo simwezo samba e mwe. E ndani ku hospital. Bakachoseko meno yapakisa,chifukwa simu vala pakamwa. Tasila mu pf.

    dan
    July 25, 2016 at 3:23 pm
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  21. I was of the view that ECL’s lunacy and hallucinations come from too much whisky. Now I am beginning to think that it is also genetic.

    Mpongo Muleya
    July 25, 2016 at 3:39 pm
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  22. Tasila just tell us how much is the interest on the kaloba PF has accumulated in its 5 years

    Interest is now the single biggest expenditure item in the budget

    Can you share with us your planning and projections and show us your calculations as to how did PF intend paying the interest and $3bn Eurobonds ?

    Then we will come to HH and his economic calculations.

    Apathy
    July 25, 2016 at 5:15 pm
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  23. Horrible article. Of course she never wrote it, somebody else did. But was not a good job.Tasila studied history in the U.S, she has no clue about what HH`s Plan.

    Tasila should be ashamed that her dad can`t even come up with a basic plan for the country.

    Blago
    July 25, 2016 at 6:03 pm
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  24. Very good points Tasila. That is the HOW you talked about in your last posting. We need to ask all these questions to all the leaders. Instead of you debating with HH, let ECL and HH debate and let your father demonstrate the same level of understanding of Zambia’s needs as you are doing. You have obviously spent your time in government circles learning and understanding how government works. I am very pleased actually that you understand Zambia’s needs so well. Hopefully, these are discussions that you have with your father.

    In your next posting, perhaps you can explain how ECL acquired K13m in a year. And then ask HH to explain his source of wealth. We need honest leaders just as much as we need capable ones. We can not have a government being run by corrupt people because then all these good points you are raising will amount to nothing but research.

    MyZambia
    July 25, 2016 at 6:12 pm
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  25. Let her tell us her fathers manifesto, Chibwi no plan, no vision, clueless

    Kay
    July 25, 2016 at 7:13 pm
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  26. Can she also explain her father’s failed job creation? If she has brains why has she not helped her father and show the public what was involved in job creation of 500000 jobs?
    Can she tell or show us how many teachers are there, how much is needed for schools to run better?
    Why can’t she advise her father correctly on how much is needed for a farmer to grow maize on a farm profitably?
    Why can’t she advise her father on how much is needed to supply new curriculum books before the Grade 7s write their exams in November?
    Why can’t she advise her father correctly on economic affairs as to sustain their stay in power?
    Can she explain why she is so dull and always moving around aimlessly instead of going to some foreign countries abroad to further her education and do something meaningful like other presidents’ children?

    karaoke 🎤
    July 25, 2016 at 7:14 pm
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  27. country men the pess in which the first family is running on is too fast if we the Zambian citizen who are menger share holders want a live presidential debate know one should represent anyone nomater how intelligence madam tasila is she can’t debet she doesn’t qualify please tell her that she shouldn’t discrible her self in public I’ve never heard Obama’s kids uttering sach stupid things how does she think she is maybe she thinks Zambian are dull to have been elected his father as a president no no no NO NO please advise that little girl it’s not Zambia for lungu when Zambians needs her father to tell what he intends to do for the next term he should answer because it’s him who is a job seeker if he doesn’t have plans of how to create jobs.lower the cost of living & the economy then why should Zambians vote for her father ….please if she wants to debate she is well come in the ress of ward councillor not even Meyer kuli bone sha if your father never told you that he is a senior civil servant for Zambians please lean if your father did teach you then nurture should teach you

    Did
    July 25, 2016 at 7:52 pm
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  28. only to the under privileged people will be offered free education, don’t just read the first line and conclude, tasila go and read his plan again! do yr father hav a vision for this country which hav been messed up!

    without feva
    July 26, 2016 at 4:46 am
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  29. UPND have failed to respond to any of her points. This simply shows the 10 point plan us just an illusion that cannot be practically implemented. If you wrote this, then you are minister material. All UPND old do is insult her. What a bunch of hateful losers.

    Kalunga Fred
    July 26, 2016 at 5:02 am
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  30. FOOLISH PEOPLE DO NOT READ! FIRST READ WHAT TASILA IS TALKING ABOUT BE YOU START CONDEMNING HER. THE YOU GIRL HAS POINTS. THAT’S WHAT HAPPENED TO THOSE FOOLS THAT WENT TO JOIN THE UPND AFTER BEING TOLD THE CONSTITUTION IS NOT IN THEIR FAVOR. READ, READ, READ, THEN ANALYZE…. LET’S NOT BE LIKE LINDA KASONDE THE DULL LAW. BIG UP TASILA

    HABEENZU MATYOLA
    July 26, 2016 at 10:59 am
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  31. ANOTHER ONE FOR YOU! I HAVE BEEN READING THE TEN POINT PLAN JUST NOW. I HAVE LEARNT THAT IT IS USELESS. IT IS FULL OF “WE WILL STATEMENTS”. IT IS NOT EXPLAINING HOW AND BY……IT’S A SHAME! TASILA IS RIGHT

    HABEENZU MATYOLA
    July 26, 2016 at 11:06 am
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  32. BOTH PARTIES ARE USELESS. WE HAVE READ THE TEN POINT PLAN – AND IT IS NOT A WINNING PLAN, NOT FOR ME ANYWAY..! BUT TASILA KNOWS HERE FATHER IS TALKING RUBBISH AS WELL.
    NONE OF THE LEADERS HAVE AN IDEA OF SOLVING ZAMBIA’S PROBLEMS. THEY HAVE NOT COME UP WITH WINNING STRATEGIES.

    LUNG IS SAYING NOTHING

    HH IS SAYING NOTHING

    EDITH KAYA IS SAYING NOTHING

    GREEN PARTY ARE SAYING NOTHING

    RAINBOW PARTY ARE SAYING NOTHING

    EMPTY PROMISES

    Short Memory
    July 26, 2016 at 11:46 am
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  33. Can the internet reboot Africa? Article in the guardian:

    With smartphone use and web penetration soaring, Africa is set for a tech revolution – but only if its infrastructure can support it.
    There’s free Facebook, mobile banking, and the promise of cashless societies and digitised land records. And from Accra in the west to Kigali in the east, a spray of “tech hubs” talk about “leapfrogging” technology and incubating start-ups.

    Such are the giddy promises of Africa’s “fourth industrial revolution” – a giant step forward into the digital world which the Guardian is reporting on for the next two weeks. Some are salivating that it will amount to the renaissance of a marginalised continent, while others soberly warn of the hype.

    By 2020 there will be more than 700m smartphone connections in Africa – more than twice the projected number in North America and not far from the total in Europe, according to GSMA, an association of mobile phone operators. In Nigeria alone 16 smartphones are sold every minute, while mobile data traffic across Africa is set to increase 15-fold by 2020.
    Millions in Africa have simply bypassed traditional infrastructure stages such as landlines and branch banking, skipping straight to cellular telephony and mobile money. The potential for further great leaps forward in business, medicine, education and public administration is high.
    Africa’s top 10 tech pioneers: ‘We have become an internet-consuming culture’
    Read more

    In other respects however, it is clear that whole segments of the population are struggling to embrace the fourth industrial revolution, with many yet to see the benefits of the first three. Only about a third of people in sub-Saharan Africa have access to grid electricity, for example.

    “If you can’t have electricity you can’t drive any industrial development,” says Akinwumi Adesina, president of the African Development Bank. “Electricity drives everything, so until we fix that problem Africa faces huge challenges.” He told the Guardian that the bank is trying to leverage $150bn dollars over the next 10 years to connect another 130 million people.

    “It’s the most critical issue holding back Africa’s development.”

    But with a young population that is increasingly technology-aware, enthusiasm burns brightly even if the lights don’t always.

    “The phone has gone beyond being a luxury item,” says Bob Collymore, chief executive of mobile operator Safaricom, east Africa’s largest company. “In the UK if you forget your phone, you can always use a card, but here it’s an essential tool for generating income, finding jobs.”

    In 2013, McKinsey estimated that the internet’s contribution to Africa’s GDP was 1.1%, just over half the levels seen in other emerging markets. But the same report – taking into account the magnified impact of mobile in emerging economies – projects that the internet could potentially contribute 10% of GDP – $300bn – to the African economy by 2025.

    Digitisation efforts include bringing businesses of all sizes online, bringing government and its services online, public-private partnerships, and the development of enterprises that are pure internet players.

    “Those who are already online – whether in healthcare or agriculture, in services, in e-commerce – they have a faster uptake around technology adoption,” says Amrote Abdella, regional director of Microsoft4 Afrika, an initiative founded to help bring SMEs online.

    “What is still missing and this is what we are trying to understand, your average mom and pop shop that is completely invisible and is working and functioning in the informal market,” she adds. “How do we bring them to get online and how do we formally create the channel that allows them to access finance, to bring their business online, to access new markets?”
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    By 2012, investors, some of them overseas, were starting to take an interest in this economic potential. People like Mbwana Alliy, a Tanzanian who was working in Silicon Valley. He raised a small fund in 2012 to look at promising tech companies. And the spread of investment says something about where the promise lies.

    Of 22 companies that Alliy’s Savannah Fund invested in, 10 are in Kenya, four in Nigeria, three in South Africa, two in Ghana, two in Uganda and one in Zimbabwe. [Zambia not mentioned]

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jul/25/can-the-internet-reboot-africa

    Short Memory
    July 26, 2016 at 11:54 am
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  34. even in technology – Zambia is lagging behind

    Short Memory
    July 26, 2016 at 11:55 am
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  35. Namibia has free education from pre-primary up to secondary level, that of course excludes hostel fees. If Namibia can do it so can Zambia.

    Life experience
    July 26, 2016 at 12:09 pm
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  36. HH is talking strategy issues and yet this girl responds on operational issues. The 10 points plan contains policy directions which when U PHD comes into power will be operationalized. Go such your father’s toes girl

    PM
    July 26, 2016 at 2:27 pm
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  37. Meant UPND and suck

    PM
    July 26, 2016 at 2:28 pm
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  38. HH is talking strategy issues and yet this girl responds on operational issues. The 10 points plan contains policy directions which when UPND comes into power will be operationalized. Go sucK your father’s toes girl

    PM
    July 26, 2016 at 2:30 pm
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  39. That is the detail.
    It is not feasible to release the details of each of the 10 point plan.
    Each of the 10 points is a broad goal for which SMART objectives and strategies cannot be released to the public at a rally.
    Our sister is just being semantic. HH and anyone who has been in a business planning and management class understands what HH and UPND are talking about. Do not worry. Tasila has just exposed her motivation: campaign for dad. That is ok.

    Leadership is a serious matter
    July 28, 2016 at 7:17 am
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