BA, MBA Gift Harris Nachibanga
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Fondly known as Chipo, I was born in 1984 in Haambala a hamlet in Nachibanga, Choma District in Southern Zambia. My parents being both educationists, moved from school to school in their working life, and hence I did my primary education at various schools in Zambia namely Kacheta Primary School in Lusaka; Chabota Basics School in Mumbwa; St. Columbus School in Kabwe; Katondo Primary in Kabwe; and Nakatete Primary School in Kafue. I received my Secondary Education at Malundu School (where I became vice headboy) in Kafue and was the best graduating student of 2001. My most striking and indelible experience at primary school was my encounter with teacher Moffat Chibwe who always found time to talk about careers during or after lessons. Who kept reminding me that I could be whoever I wanted to be in future with the correct education. The School anthem at Malundu School titled "A will a way" left a positive and indelible impact on my life. Soon after Secondary School, I worked as a lawn and flower tender at a motel and then as a storekeeper in Kafue, Zambia. My first tertiary education experience was at Kitwe School of Nursing on the Copperbelt Province. Whilst here, I got a job with the Government of the Republic of Zambia as a Junior Executive in one of the security wings. I worked there for 9 years. My second and third tertiary education encounters were with the University of Zambia. Here I obtained Certificates in Law and the other in Human Resource Management. I later enrolled at the Copperbelt University (CBU) in Kitwe and earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Human Resource Management in 2010. In years 2012 to 2014 I went to CBU where I earned myself a generic Master of Business Administration degree. I am currently a Human Resources Advisor at one of the copper mining giants in Zambia called Mopani Copper Mines on the Copperbelt Province. My next move academically is to pursue a Doctoral Degree in Business Administration (DBA).
Master's Thesis 2014 171 PagesUS$ 37.99
Impact of HIV/Aids on the workplace. A case study on selected organisations in Ndola, Copperbelt ProvinceBachelor Thesis 2010 111 PagesUS$ 32.99