Best Uniforms in Zambia

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Ziwa Garments and Apparel

Great E, Lusaka, Zambia, Lusaka
At Ziwa Garments and Apparel, we specialize in custom T-Shirt Printing, Screen Printing, Embroidery Services, Direct-to-Garment & Quality Prints. Restaurant Uniforms , Hotel Uniforms, Kitchen Uniforms...
 Verified+8  Years with us

Mwangazi Enterprise

8036 Karachi street, Kamwala, Lusaka
We specialise in Industrial and domestic sewing Machines. Sewing machine spares. Fabrics for all occasions:Tent Fabric. Upholstery fabric. Rexine material. Velvet material. Uniform material. Decor fab...
 Verified+7  Years with us

Bestnet Limited

Plot number 10106 Off Mumbwa Rd, Chinika Industrail Area, LUSAKA, Lusaka
We are a proudly Zambian forward thinking company that has the prospects and vision of expanding and becoming a leading manufacturer and producer of quality clothing products in Zambia and the African...
 Verified+4  Years with us

Zampro Clothing Limited

P.O Box 31155 ,Plot 8357 Great North Road,at the Radian Mall-(opp the Chandwe Musonda Road junction) lusaka, Lusaka
We are authorised distributors of Paramount Garments of Zimbabwe dealing in protective clothing.i.e worksuits plain ,reflective, overralls plain and with reflective, ladies workdresses, maids uniforms...
 Verified+10  Years with us

Kashag Industries Limited

Plot 1080 Freedom Way Light Industrial Area, Mufulira
Kashag was established in July of 2019 and deals in different Engineering projects, as well as Manufacturing and supply of Work Attire such as Work suites, Overalls, Nurses Uniforms also Security unif...
 Verified  Updated

Aprons Zambia

Lumumba road, Lusaka
Consultation, printing, embroidering and manufacturing customized aprons, designed and handmade in Zambia.
 Verified+5  Years with us

Graphitto Print and supplies

27 republic road Bordeaux, Kitwe
Established in 2009,Graphitto print and suppliers ‘ focus is on quality and personal service of supplying safety and protective wear, while maintaining competitive pricing. The company was formed unde...
 Verified+9  Years with us


Plot no. 32025 Karachi Road, Kamwala or shop no. 11 Southgate Mall, Freedom Way, Lusaka, Lusaka
Prethel Decor Innovations is a Zambian Owned company specialized in home and event decor fabrics. In stock we have curtaining material, sheeting, upholstery, lining, jacquard, taffetas, canvas, voils,...
 Verified+8  Years with us


Ndola, Chifubu, Ndola
Standout Clothing Co., ltd was incorporated in order to provide businesses and Individual customers a one stop reliable local source for medium and high cost clothing solutions. The company Imports an...

Richmos Manufacturers Limited

Power Social Club, Near Arthur Davies Stadium, Kitwe
Manufacturers of Quality Clothing for:- Security Guards, Overalls of any type, Work suits of All Types, School Uniforms, Nurses Uniforms, Wedding Suits any Traditional Outfit, Tunic Suits and Protecti...
 Verified+11  Years with us
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Uniforms in Zambia are often seen as a symbol of unity and belonging, and they are typically required to be worn by students in most schools and by employees in many workplaces. Uniforms are often regulated by the school or employer, and they can help to create a professional and consistent look. In Zambia, uniforms often consist of a type of school-issued clothing such as a shirt, skirt or trousers, and a school hat. The colors of the uniform vary depending on the individual school, but they generally follow the traditional colors of Zambia, which are white, green and red. In addition to school uniforms, many companies and organizations require their employees to wear a uniform. These uniforms are usually a more professional-looking style of clothing, such as a blazer and trousers, often in black or navy blue.

Overall, uniforms in Zambia are seen as a sign of respect, solidarity and unity, and they often help to create a cohesive and professional environment.