Wanting to do something ‘worthwhile’ while procrastinating—no pun intended, I dug into the past six—1991, 1996, 2001, 2006, 2008 and 2011—Zambian presidential election results , collated the data and then mapped regional (district-level) results, just as I did in for the 2011 results . I thought it was funny that back in 1991, Kenneth Kaunda ONLY had majority votes in Eastern Province.
I have spent the last couple of weeks sieving through Zambia census data, as part of a personal project I am working on. With the looming presidential by-election, I decided to extend this analysis to include election results since democracy was re-introduced in 1991. I have spent the last few days compiling this information and will dedicate the next few posts to visualising this data—I hope someone out there finds this useful. Continue reading “Visualising the Zambia 2011 Presidential Election Results”
I left Cape Town on June 9 2013, after spending a total of 861 days. It feels good to be back home, however, I anticipate the road ahead will be long and hard… re-integration is already proving hard –day 7 in the small mining town of Mufulira, Zambia and bandwidth is already top on the list of things I’ve had to grapple with. It’s expensive and DAMN slow. I saw this coming though… Continue reading “I left Cape Town and have permanently relocated back to Zambia”
I got my hands on some really interest data a couple of weeks back and decided to compile the information and publish it, just in case someone out there finds it useful. And for the record NO! I am not planning to open a bank of my own –well, at least that thought hasn’t crossed my mind yet 😉 I have never quite been interested in the banking sector, not until more and more of them kept coming to Zambia. Continue reading “Banks Market Share in Zambia”
Update (August 8, 2019): (1) New NAPSA ceiling is ZMW 1073.80. (2) Tax bands remain unchanged (see ZRA 2019 Practice Notes).
There has been a lot of hype [1, 2, 3] about Zambia’s supposedly “Pro-Poor” 2012 budget… and rightfully so –it is perhaps the one most significant piece of evidence linking the Patriotic Front  to their Socialist agenda. The one thing everyone seems to be talking about though is the new PAYE Tax bands; and effective April 1, 2012 the new personal tax rates in Zambia be as depicted in table below. Continue reading “Pay as You Earn Calculator – Zambia”