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Friday, October 07, 2005

Now Britain Supports Zambia Safari

The British High Commissioner Alistair Harrison is impressed with Zambia’s huge potential especially in mining and tourism. He is of the view, and rightly so, that harnessed properly Zambia and its safari has the potential to contribute to the country’s economy.

He is optimistic that with Britain’s direct budget support and Zambia’s huge potential the country was headed for better times. Another potential Zambia has is its human resource and agriculture. Remember the great expanse of wilderness in pristine state.

Why was the eminent ambassador so taken in by Zambia?

Zambia safari is the kingpin of the country’s tourism. And so it is. The undeveloped tourism has kept Zambia’s landscape in prime pristine state. The small population has left the country’s landscape unspoiled. The wildlife continues to enjoy life like it always has since time immemorial. And the environment is ecstatic about it.

Harrison believes that developing the relationship between Zambia and Britain was his priority especially that the country has recently attained the Highly Indebted Poor Country (HIPC) completion point. Multilateral organisations have cancelled some debts and more debts are yet to be cancelled in the coming year. Isn’t that a recipe for secure investment?

…And the world’s largest waterfall, the mystic world heritage, the Victoria Falls on Africa’s fourth largest river, the Zambezi, awaits you…


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