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Will Zambian Airways directors face the music?
www.lusakatimes.com, $reference.date [cached]
Currently we have a number of great entrepreneurs in the country who are doing fine and leading private lives like MR DAVID NAMA of DANA HOLDINGS.
The problem we have in Zambia is that anyone who feels he's made bit of money they want their muscles to be felt by going into politics so that they could win contracts and other favors.
The other weekend as I was ...
www.chibambakanyama.com, 6 Jan 2010 [cached]
The other weekend as I was preparing to go to bed, David Nama, Chairman and CEO of Dana Holdings asked me to stand in for him at a function the following day:
'My brother,' he called over the phone, 'I am at the airport.
I have an urgent business trip to Johannesburg which I did not anticipate and I need you to help me address a meeting tomorrow morning.'
This is the life of Nama.
One moment he is phoning you from Mazabuka and four hours later, he is meeting mining executives on the Copperbelt.
Before you realize it, he is in South Africa signing a contract.
He has such tremendous energy that if time could be sold, I would trade in with him for a few dollars (as I have plenty of it and do not know what to do with it!)!
Times of Zambia
www.times.co.zm, 17 May 2005 [cached]
Speaking during the Galamukani Consult-organised motivational evening for business executives, Dana Holdings chief executive David Nama, said Zambian entrepreneurs were only engaging in small businesses to make money.He
said the business culture among Zambians was primitive, saying foreign investors coming into the country had taken advantage of the situation to maximise the business opportunities.
"When the foreign investors come into the country they look at what we are doing, they come and do the same.
When they find us renovating houses and turning them into companies, they also buy houses and make them offices instead of putting up infrastructure," he
, who owns eight companies in Dana Services Limited, Proxy IT company, Danatrac, Dana Investments, Goshechem, Terotech Construction, Danachem SA and Lodge Serenity
, said Zambians had a lot of good business ideas but these did not develop into business plans and products.
Jerome C Kawesha's Website
www.jerome.2itb.com, 8 April 2003 [cached]
Behind is David Nama, Chairman of Dana Holdings Ltd.
DANA Holdings Limited has ...
www.daily-mail.co.zm, 23 Dec 2010 [cached]
DANA Holdings Limited has plans to list on the Lusaka Stock Exchange (LuSE) by 2015 according to company chief executive officer David Nama.
said listing of the company on the stock exchange is part of the legacy he
will leave for Zambia.
said many successful businesses first start as family enterprises and later grow into limited companies.
said this is the path local, small and medium-sized enterprises should take if they are to add value to the economy.
said the company employs 700 people and has seven subsidiaries which include David Nama Enterprises, Dana Services Limited, Dana Oil Corporation, Terotech, Serenity Lodge, Prox Ltd and Goshe Chem.
challenged MSMEs to take advantage of the economic growth the country has posted recently to grow their businesses.