Zambia


Welcome to CIPS Zambia Branch.

    Branch Overview

    The objectives and vision is to provide a forum for the branch members in the country.

    • The branch strives to provide and represent the general membership with high professional standards.
    • Provide members with communication services to enable them to interact on professional matters.
    • Conduct workshops in various districts in order to enhance the performances of practitioners.
    • Provide study guides and other reference books to students and members.
    • Provide a platform for professional discussions from time to time.
    • To support the corporate vision of CIPS within the country.
    • To raise the profile of CPD amongst our members by initiating suitable events that will support development annually.

    Committee

    Branch Chair
    Mr Malambo Frederick MCIPS
    Email: zambia@cipsbranch.org

    Vice Chair/Treasurer
    Mr Winston Kanyanta MCIPS

    Secretary
    Mrs Jane M. Zingani-Kayesa MCIPS

    Education Officer
    Mr Bruce Mapalo Mofya

    Public Relations Officer
    Mr Christopher Imakando

    Membership Officer
    Mr Donald Phiri

    Student Representative
    Mr Calvin Karina Hakalima

    Events

    History

    The CIPS Zambia branch has been in existence since the seventies. The first branch committee was established in Luanshya, comprising expatriate staff from Roan Selection Trustee (RST). Among the first executive committee members was our current Chief Examiner at the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPS) UK, Professor David Jessop who began his procurement career in Zambia. The branch could not stand the taste of time because expatriates kept leaving the country each time their contracts ended. 

    It was until 1995 when Zambian professionals held a revival meeting at Masiye Motel in Kabwe where a first indigenous Executive Committee ushered in led by Jones J. Kalyongwe. From that time, the branch has held Annual General Meetings (AGMs).

    Contact

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