By GETHSEMANE MWIZABI –
THE Zambia International Trade Fair (ZITF) in the year of Jubilee means lots of entertainment line-up.
Ndola residents all those coming from across the country would be treated to a variety of entertainment like acrobatics, cultural music and so forth.
The entertainment begins today mostly in the main arena.
Some acts lined up for the show include, Kamfinsa Brass Band, Chamboli majorettes, Ninjutsu Martial arts, Angels acrobats , Police judo, Lobenzi of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Honda rider and so forth.
Other performances will come from choirs and musicians like Suwilanji, Afunika, Angoni Warriors, Kalela dancers, Liseli Sisters, Bethel Brass Band, Joel Mwansa, Big Boss, Real Masters and several more.
In all, the Zambia International Trade Fair, which opened its doors on Wednesday, would have plenty to offer right until Tuesday.
Zambia International Trade Fair is an industrial, commercial and agricultural exhibition. Through its long experience and respected status, ZITF has been contributing to the consolidation of the economic and cooperation ties between Zambia and the rest of the world. This has been done with and through collaboration with countries that participate in the annual event. The existence of the Trade Fair spans 50 years on 2nd July, 2014 making it a half Century since its inception in 1964. With the benefit of hindsight, insight and foresight, the Trade Fair performs supreme national function of spurring economic development through fostering international trade.
With no exaggeration, every Trade Fair draws increased convergence of indigenous and foreign merchants, buyers, wholesalers, importers and exporters matched against manufacturers, producers, industrial captains and entrepreneurs.