About us


Dr. Linda Moono Kazabu Hamweemba is the Head of Accounting, Banking and Finance under the Business Studies Division at NIPA. Dr. Hamweemba has a tremendous wealth of industry experience acquired through working for manufacturing/ mining organisations for over twenty years, where she developed varied accounting and finance, customer service and communication skills which are now useful to the classroom experience for her students.

In the 10 years she spent at Swansea University, she developed very good qualitative research and theory building skills as well as teaching skills.

Dr Hamweemba possesses excellent administrative, verbal and written communication and presentation skills, has outstanding financial analytical and numerical skills, is a natural leader and is highly motivated.

Benefits for students     

Her offering for potential students is her in-depth knowledge in the subjects she teaches; her ability to supervise research; and her passion for creating a meaningful and relevant experience for students in her classes using current, innovative and interactive ways that allow students to develop higher order learning outcomes and enhanced transferable and lifelong learning skills.


  • Ph.D. in Business Studies, Swansea University.
  • MBA in Business Administration, Swansea University
  • BSc Business Management (Finance), Swansea University
  • College Certificate in Accountancy, Chingola School of Accounts.
  • Part Qualified CIMA.

Courses Taught

  1. Financial Accounting
  2. Cost and management Accounting
  3. Financial and Management Accounting
  4. Research Methods
  5. International Human Resource Management
  6. Human Resource Management
  7. Financial Markets and Institutions
  8. Project Finance
  9. Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
  10. Public Enterprises Management

Research Interests

Dr Hamweemba’s doctoral research at Swansea University was on Performance Management in Zambian National Healthcare Organisations and was supervised by Professor Nick Rich who is a leading expert in Lean Socio-Technical Systems research. She is particularly interested in research designs that look at what factors influence employee engagement, quality and efficiency in healthcare organisations (but is neither restricted to the healthcare sector nor the country Zambia) to result in low and high performance through HRM practices such as Performance Management and resultantly, contribute to evidence based policy making that improves healthcare services.

Her interests include performance management, quality management, healthcare management, people and learning. As a socio-technical systems researcher (meaning that she argues that an optimal blend between technology, processes and people results in higher performance), she is fascinated by case study research of Low and High-Performance organisations and what underlying mechanisms, relationships and processes cause the variations in performance.


Student Consultation Hours

Mondays and Tuesdays:         11:00hrs to 13:00hrs                         

Venue:                                         Library building Back Offices


Mobile Number:    +260 964850735

Office Tel. No.:     +260 211 228802-4

Email:                      moonoham@gmail.com;


Students can follow Dr Hamweemba on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/linda-hamweemba-24947b35.


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