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Mapange Nsapato

Mapange Nsapato

Associate, Chibesakunda & Company

Mapange Nsapato is an Associate in the Litigation Department of Chibesakunda & Company. Mapange has wide-ranging experience in corporate and commercial litigation, corporate criminal litigation, insurance, intellectual property and competition law.

Experience has included advising:

  • Barclays Bank Zambia PLC, AB Bank Zambia, BancABC and Cavmont Bank Zambia in relation to employee actions, loan disputes and general contractual disputes
  • Reba Industrial Corporation Limited in relation to negligence and heavy equipment disputes
  • U & M Limited and other mining companies in relation to mining and contractual disputes 
  • A US based Non-Governmental Organization in relation to penalties imposed by Zambia Revenue Authority (“ZRA”) and the National Pension Scheme Authority (“NAPSA”), the Country’s Social Security
  • Various Zambian and International Companies in relation to penalties before ZRA and NAPSA.
  • Various NGOs including World Vison, FHI 360 Zambia on the operations of NGOs
  • Citibank Zambia Limited, Barclays Bank PLC, Cavmont Bank Zambia Limited on banking and regulatory statutes
  • Various companies in relation to statutory fines and penalties before the Courts of Zambia and Tribunals
  • Two large mining companies in relation a joint venture dispute
  • A large international company in an arbitral dispute with a subcontractor

Professional Qualifications

  • Advocate admitted to the Supreme Court of Zambia (2018)
  • Advocate admitted to the High Court of Zambia (2015) 

Education

  • Cornell University (USA) LL.M. (2018)
  • Zambia Institute of Advance Legal Education (ZIALE) (2015)
  • University of Zambia (Zambia) LL.B. (2012)

Memberships

  • Member of the Law Association of Zambia