It was on 18th August 2009, that Kafue River Cliff launched a luxury cruise boat known as Lady Betty.
The commissioning of the boat was bestowed in honour of Betty Kaunda, for her outstanding role in the country’s liberation struggle.
The occasion attracted dignitaries, such as Thandiwe Banda, the wife of the fourth Zambian president, Rupiah Bwezani Banda and Mama Chibesa Kankasa, including Dr Kaunda, the first Zambian president, diplomatic corps, and Government officials.
The Boat Cruise and the River Cliff are owned by Lawrence Sikutwa and Associates (LSA) and LSA group of companies chairperson, Lawrence Sikutwa said the introduction of Lady Betty was part of the first phase of a four-star $12 million hotel project the LSA group was putting up at the River Cliff.
Lady Betty is an 80 sitter houseboat. It was made in Zimbabwe at a cost of US$ 300,000. It is self-contained, has a kitchen, conference capacity dining lounge and a well-stocked bar.
The Bar for you to quench your thirst…
And of course the speed boats…
8 km from Kafue town as you drive towards Livingstone, the first left turn immediately after passing Chita Lodges and Resorts, down the road and at exactly 4 km you are there!
Commentary on the Zambian inflation. Check the yearly and monthly figures from 2008 to date!
Luanshya town was founded in the early part of the 20th century by an explorer/prospector, William Collier.
The August 2016 Zambia annual inflation rate decreased to 19.6 percent from 20.2 percent recorded the previous month. The decrease was as a result of the downward movements recorded in food prices.
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