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Lubambe Copper Mine Limited is the Best Labour Compliant Company and Most Awarding Employer of the year 2022 in Chililabombwe District.

The two awards were presented to the mining firm by the area Member of Parliament, Hon. Paul Kabuswe, MP, at an event held at Konkola Stadium meant to mark this year’s Labour Day celebrations.

At the same function, 20 Lubambe employees were honoured for extraordinary work done in their various roles.


As a token of appreciation, the employees each received certificates and cash prizes worth K3, 000.

Speaking at the event, Guest of Honour and Chililabombwe Member of Parliament, Hon. Paul C. Kabuswe, MP, who is also Minister of Mines and Minerals Development, said that in order for Zambia’s struggling economy to be revived, the New Dawn Government will concentrate more on programmes and projects that will have a significant impact on the lives of the people, hence, making smart judgments while working with little resources is key to a prosperous transformation.

He said the New Dawn Government has identified developing more effective industrialisation strategies as one of the many essential methods for unlocking social and economic progress of the country by emphasizing on industrial development in specific industries and sectors where there is latent comparative advantage, such as the availability of raw materials.

And the Zambia Federation of Employers Representative Future Muzungaire, who is also Lubambe’s Human Resources Manager commended the New Dawn Government for launching the Public Private Dialogue Forum (PPDF) with the aim of accelerating economic growth and job creation.

Mr. Muzungaire said that the Federation strongly believes that through this forum, a number of issues will be discussed regarding public private partnerships in investment opportunities.

Meanwhile, Zambia Congress of Trade Unions Representative Sifuniso Nyumbu appealed to the Government to address the escalating cost of living in the country.

This year’s commemoration was held under the theme: Accelerating Socio - Economic Transformation through Sustainable and Decent Job creation Amidst COVID -19.”


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Fifteen Lubambe Copper Mine Limited employees have graduated from the University of Zambia at a colourful graduation ceremony held at the National Heroes Stadium on 26 April, 2022 in Lusaka.

The fifteen, who graduated from Zambia’s highest learning institution were fully sponsored by the Mine. Seven obtained certificates in Mining Engineering, while eight obtained Certificates in Metallurgical Engineering.

The graduates are now fully qualified technicians who will now be accredited by the Engineering Institute of Zambia as professionals in their various fields.

One of the Lubambe graduating students, Metallurgical Accounting Administrator, Jonathan Mtawale has expressed gratitude to management for sponsoring him and the other employees to study at the University of Zambia.

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Mr. Mtawale said the knowledge obtained at the university will allow all graduates to do more in their departments and contribute positively to the running of the mine.

The 51st graduation ceremony was graced by Education Minister Douglas Syakalima. In a speech read on his behalf by Ministry of Education Permanent Secretary for Technical Services, Joel Kamoko, the Minister said the success of the nation is determined by the intellectual capital from higher learning institutions, urging the university to do its best to maintain its status as one of the best universities in the world.

He added that government is committed to providing access to funds through student loans and bursaries so that more people can have access to education.

Mr. Syakalima called for Public Private Partnerships (PPP) in the education sector so that challenges can be addressed.

University of Zambia Vice Chancellor Professor Luke Mumba congratulated the graduates on their well-deserved graduation.

He advised all graduates to take advantage of what the qualification obtained will offer them, further urging them to be good ambassadors of the University.

Lubambe management was represented by General Manager Support Services Daniel Chihili, External Relations Director Ikayi Mushinge and Learning and Development Superintendent Rodgers Kayombo.

The ceremony was held under the theme: “Academic Excellence that Celebrates Resilience in the Era of the Pandemic.”