The Zambezi River, then comes Lake Canba then channel
There are three seasons, cool and dry from May to August, hot anddry from September to November and warm and wet December to April.
Zambia is almost in the centre of Africa, just south of Congo and north of the Zambesi River.
Zambia has DR Congo to the north, Tanzania and Malawi to the east, Mozambique to the south east, Zimbabwe and Botswana to the south and Namibia to south west, and finally Angola on a long western border.
No we don't. I'm Zambian and iIlive in a two story flat in Monguwestern Zambia. 66% of our country is rural and poverty levels arerelatively high but only a slight percentage of our people stilllive in mud huts.
Yes, Zambia has lots of electricity in the towns. There are at least 3 large hydro-electric systems and many smaller ones. Some smaller towns have diesel generators.
There is electricity in much of the urban areas of Zambia. Hydro power is provided from the power stations at Kariba North, Victoria Falls and Kafue. Many rural parts of the country run on diesel power stations and many are now coming onto solar power.
Roughly 80% of Zambians consider themselves Christian, making it the largest religion. However, many of these Christians mix indigenous beliefs and practices, such as the belief in witchcraft, with their Christian beliefs.
Zambia is a country in the continent of Africa . The Republicof Zambia was formerly known as Northern Rhodesia. It is locatedin South Central Africa. It is landlocked.
Zambia has a weak and mixed economy. Copper is a main product.
Many cattle and goats, very few sheep.
No, Bryanston is a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa.
nsima (corn meal) cooked into a thick paste which you then mold into a ball in the palm of your hand, with a vegetable, chicken either fried or stewed or baked roasted etc or with meat can be beef or pork or maybe even goat. Beef is usually bought from the butchers store by the kilogram, or u can go...
This is one of the remotest places in Zambia, in the south west, straddling the Angola border. At the western end of Rd. 462, it is so small I'm not sure it could even be called a town.
They are the group that makes and enacts laws.
Zambia has copper mining, emerald mining, and manufacturing of foodand beverages.
From about 1890 to 1924 when it officially became a Protectorate of Great Britain.
Buildings in Zambia look much like they do in any other country, but not many sky scrapers.
In Nyanja you would say Usiku Wabwino
Zambia was found by a Scottish explorer, Doctor David Livingstone, while he was searching for the source of the Nile in 1855.
Lusaka International Airport is the countries most important airport. It serves the capitol of Zambia, Lusaka.
Unfortunately the Zambian government is not dealing well with AIDS which is now at about 17 % . Lack of information and counselling services are not helpful.
There is no actual desert in Zambia.
Zambia is immediately south of DR Congo, between Angola on the west and Mozambique on the east.
Nobody 'found ' the country of Zambia. David Livingstone was the first white man to find and explore the area in the 1850's. It was not yet a recognised country then.
In 1895, Cecil Rhodes created Rhodesia. It essentially was his owncountry run for his profit.
There is no mountain range on Zambia's northern border.
Not beaches like on a sea, there are muddy stretches on the shores of Lake Malawi.
It was established on 2nd or 3rd of June 1966. In 2006 it celebrated its 40th annivesary. all past students were invited as they will be again when it celebrates its 50th year in 2016. lets hope the current headmaster (2007 up to ...) does not undo anything as he has done since taking the top job.
Copper, dolomite, coal, limestone and gold in small quantities.
The population of Zambia is 12,620,219 in 2008.
Zambia is famous for Victoria Falls, Kariba Dam and for copper and emeralds.
Zambia was formerly known as Northern Rhodesia , as a British colony.
Maize, cassava, sorghum, millet, peanuts, lupine, and sweetpotatoes are grown in Zambia
Nichani is a word in nyanja language of Zambia. It means"what". Nichani icho? means "what is that"
It is immediately south of DR Congo, and north of Zimbabwe.
Kwacha is the main currency used in Zambia.
You say "Wakadini zvako? "
One Zambian Kwatcha is equal to 0.0002089USD
Capital and largest city is Lusaka
Zambia has not been involved in any wars.
Zambia's rainfall varies from 30 inches in the Livingstone area to 53 inches in Mwinilunga. The climate from December to April is warm and wet with frequent heavy showers and thunderstorms
Possibly the most significant man made structure in Zambia is the huge Kariba Dam. In the Copperbelt there are many large mining 'headgear' towers to lower and raise the huge cages holding the miners, and also raise giant bins full of copper ore.
Zambia is landlocked, so no seas or oceans touch it. The Zambeziriver and Lake Kariba, Lake Nyasa, Lake Mweru and Lake Tanganyikaare some of the main bodies of water around its borders.
"Urare zvakanaka" is how you say goodnight in shona.
Zambia. Zambia is a country. It was previously a British colony known as Northern Rhodesia.
Starting in thg 18th Century, Zambia became, by agreement with the local chiefs the British Protectorate of Northern Rhodesia. In 1888 a British company obtained mineral rights in the country and later major copper deposits were discovered. Now, as a British colony the official language was English...
Zambia was founded in October 1964.
Livingstone is not the capital of Zambia. Lusaka has been thecapital of Zambia since 1935. Livingstone itself was named afterDavid Livingstone, who was a British explorer that explored partsof Africa.
Zambia's largest rivers are the Zambesi, the Kafue and the Mkushi. They all cross Zambia in different places/
It is in the southern hemisphere.
You must mean the Zambesi, and it flows to Lake Cahora Bassa in Mozambique
There are three seasnons, Cool and dry from May to August, hot and dry from September to November and warm and wet from December to April
Zambia and Malawi were never colonies of France.
Zambia and Malawi were once part of the Federation Of Rhodesia and Nyasaland.
Lesotho is a small country in southern Africa.
Bantu translates to "The people". They migrated from Nigeriabetween 3000 B.C. until the 4th century A.D. At least 120 millionBantu. There are two linguistic branches of the Bantu. Eastern andWestern. Bantu were subject to Apartheid in South Africa.
No. Lusaka, not Lusak, is the capital of Zambia.
Look almost in the centre of southern Africa, just south of Congo, that is Zambia
I believe it is about 48 years.
The 39th biggest country is Zambia.
English is the official language because Britain ruled the colony for many years, and so many Africans migrated there that many different Bantu tongues are spoken. Many native peoples could not speak to each other except for English and possibly 'Chikabanga'
They eat lions'waterbuck'cape buffolo and jackal that's all I know.
Being under strict supervision, or confined to a specific area... E.g Goats are tied to a tree and can only eat the grass around it, the extent of the rope's length. Thus literally meaning eating whilst tied.
What you can do in Zambia varies. Many people fish, farm, and even see each lake, river, or waterfall to view the beautiful sights.
The items below are some of the contributing factors to the environmental problems in Sub-Saharan Africa. 1. Deforestation...use of wood as fuel 2. Unregulated logging 3.Mining...unregulated use of chemicals in the processing of ores such as arsenic, lead and zinc processing. The water...
Zambezi River, Luangwa River, Victoria Falls, Muchinga Mountains.
Kariba Dam, a man made dam, the wall built between Zimbabwe and Zambia by the Italians and completed in 1957. Operation Noah was carried out by Rupert Fothergill to save the animals from drowning during the damming of the Zambezi River to create Kariba Dam.
Victoria Falls and Kariba Dam
Dr.Martin Malama is the current inspector general.
The most well known would be the Zambesi River and the Congo river. Other than the Zambesi and the Congo , there are 17 other smaller rivers in the country
Zambia became a British protectorate in 1924 (Zambia was originallynamed Northern Rhodesia)
Estimates for the ratio of men to women, aged 15 or more, in 2014 in Zambia is 0.99 to 1.
The post of Prime Minister was abolished in in Zambia in 1991. Now there is a president and a vice-president. The last prime minister of Zambia was Malimba Masheke from 1989 March 15 to 1991 August 31.
All countries are significant and therefore all African countries are significant. Zambia is wonerfull country with significant mineral resources, a warm, peaceful and welcoming people and has a great future.
As of today, 2 March 2013, 20 Zambian Kwacha is equal to USD 3.74.
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discuss why the present Education system is failing to meet demandsand needs of labour market in Zambia?
Sometime prior to 300AD by the Khosian hunter gatherers.
Lusaka, Ndola and Kitwe are the most important.
Zambian currency is called Kwacha . . (Kwa-Cha) Its current rate as of 23rd January 2012 is as follows: $1.00 US Dollar = K5 120.00 Zambian Kwacha (aka get your rat oot)
Zuva rako ranga riri sei?
There are no significant mountains in Zambia.