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Investing in our communities

We invest in education, health, sport and recreation, environmental stewardship, infrastructure development and young people – all causes and projects that make a difference to the people of Zambia. We recognise and support the passion and drive of our employees to be valued participants in their communities, providing volunteering opportunities.

Education is a key focus, as we believe that improving education opportunities for an individual is a catalyst for a better life for themselves and their families, communities and society. It is also vital to the future of our industry as the young people we support today are potential employees of tomorrow. We support different types of schools – from community to public schools – through the construction of school infrastructure and provision of learning and teaching materials. In higher education, CEC provides funding to promote innovation, creativity and practical learning in the fields of science and engineering. We work closely with tertiary institutions to equip learners with the knowledge and skills required in modern engineering, and to help prepare them for industry.

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CEC employees raising funds through a marathon to help the community

Join the CEC employees in an endeavour to raise funds through a marathon to help the community under the theme “Run for Charity”. The CEC Mutende Community Service Group Charity Fun Run will be held on 12 August 2017 at the CEC Ravens Country Club, Nkana East in Kitwe from

August 8th, 2017|

CEC’s environmental stewardship awarded

CEC has won the 2017 Environmental Award by the Zambia Environment Management Agency (ZEMA) in recognition of its overall contribution to sound environmental management practices in industry for its consistency in compliance to environmental impact assessment regulation demonstrated through among other things, subjection of proposed developments to the Environmental Impact

June 30th, 2017|

CEC powers digital literacy at St. Francis Community School

Moving from sharing a single computer among 350 pupils to owning 10 machines was cause for jubilation for St. Francis Community School. CEC was promoted to give 10 computers worth K35,000 to the school which was in dire need of practical ICT learning necessitated by the introduction of ICT studies

June 23rd, 2017|
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