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We offer Adobe courses in Lusaka. Full time classes available. Hands on, instructor led courses, to learn to use Adobe products.

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2KO Zambia offers IT training in Zambia, providing the very best in technical Human Capital Development together with International IT Certification to Lusaka and the rest of Zambia. We offer courses in Cisco, Microsoft, Linux, Oracle, CompTIA, Sun and much more.  There is now a standard of excellence in Africa. 2KO International delivers consulting services, in the IT and Business space, as well as being a training provider for IT certification and user level courses. Training can be any blend of bespoke, classroom and online learning, to ensure students have access to the best IT courses in Zambia. Our online learning is now live!  A range of IT courses for groups is available at your centre in Lusaka, Kitwe, Ndola, Kabwe and Chingola. Contact us if you have a group.

Tech News Zambia

President Yoweri Museveni has called for greater adoption of technology to boost tax collection across the continent. He said technology can help tax bodies like the Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) improve their records, and therefore know who and how much to tax."For URA, I encourage you to use technology to help map property so that you have proper records, know which are commercial and which are residential. You can then accurately levy and collect property tax, which people have been evading," Museveni said as he opened the 4th International Conference on Tax in Africa at Serena Conference Centre under the theme, "Innovation - Digitalization and Harnessing Technology to Improve Tax Systems".

He added that, "the same technology should be used to monitor what factories are producing in terms of volumes and products, and also check the imports at border points. With over 40 entry points into the country, the 17 scanners are not sufficient. URA must acquire more gadgets." He told the thousands of delegates from across the continent that his advice has always been to discourage tax on production in order to help African economies to grow.

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