The Republic of Zambia is a presidential democracy located in Southern Africa. The capital city is Lusaka, and the country is divided into ten provinces and has over 100 districts. Zambia’s official language is English, and its currency is the kwacha (ZMW).
Zambia’s largest economic sector is mining, principally copper extraction. Other significant sectors include agriculture and tourism. Over the last decade, Zambia sustained a favourable rate of economic growth, which averaged 7.4% between 2005 and 2014. Economic growth is expected to be between 2% and 3% in 2019.
Zambia is a member of a number of international organisations, including the United Nations (UN), the African Union, the South African Development Community (SADC), the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), and the Commonwealth of Nations.
PwC Zambia has over 150 professional staff working in the assurance, advisory, and tax lines of service. The tax practice offers a full range of tax services covering all Zambian taxes, with particular focus on inbound investment, including in the mining, banking, consumer and industrial products, and services sectors.