When Mark Kakoma, a 10th grade student at Trident College Solwezi, first climbed into a rowing boat, he thought it would just be a bit of fun for him and his friends. A year later, the sport has taken him to competitions around southern AfricaContinue Reading
Dr Godwin Mooba Beene, Government Affairs Specialists at First Quantum Minerals Zambia (FQM), is a walking example of success and has proven that hard work, dedication, and the right attitude are key traits to achievement.Continue Reading
First Quantum Minerals’ (FQM) efforts to improve standards in education and advance literacy levels in communities around its mining operations stem from a broader vision of maximising impact.Continue Reading
Kansanshi Mine is probably one of the oldest mining sites in Africa, with direct copper smelting dating back to the 4th Century AD, according to carbon dating of charcoal found at ancient smelting sites.Continue Reading
First Quantum Minerals has engaged traditional leaders and parents in raising awareness among schoolgirls and boys on sexual reproductive health and helping girls to become independent and self-sufficient by avoiding teenage pregnancy and early marriage.Continue Reading
Quantum Minerals’ Kansanshi Foundation community nutrition assistant, Lingiwe Sibanda, a woman on a mission to help local farmers integrate nutrition for sustained improvements in food consumption and improved nutrition at the household level.Continue Reading
As the biggest mining company in Zambia, First Quantum Minerals (FQM) has prioritised healthcare as one of the key areas to foster human development. The mining company’s community development activities, particularly on healthcare services, are hinged on creating healthy and thriving communities.Continue Reading
Some compose songs that bring the world to tears; others give speeches that inspire multitudes to action; yet, there is Zambian man whose designs spark hope for a lifetime.
Although Richard Mulenga is neither a singer nor a speaker, he is a creative in his own right and a force to be reckoned with in Zambia’s shoe industry.