Specialising in the transportation of commodities via value-added services, an extensive fleet and expansive footprint, BHL Group is helping the SADEC region to blossom both socially and economically
In the grand scheme of history, the fact that many of us can say we have lived through two millennia is something of a sensation.
The Gregorian calendar ticking over into 2000 was met with spectacular celebrations the world over, marking more than just another year but a global chance to make a fresh start, leave behind the mistakes of the previous century, and transition into a world of universal progress, openness and prosperity.
In Southern Africa, this opportunity was wholeheartedly embraced.
Between 2000 and 2008, real GDP for the region rose by 4.9 percent annually – more than twice the yearly economic growth seen in the 1980s and 1990s as regional construction boomed, retail flourished, investment blossomed, and telecommunications and banking thrived.
In 2000, the GDP of Zambia was $3.6 billion. Yet, as of 2019, that figure has now risen to $32 billion.