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Foreign Trade and Business in Lusaka, Zambia (Southern Africa)

Lusaka is the administrative, economic and commercial capital of Zambia (Southern Africa)

  1. Population of Lusaka: 1.7 million inhabitants
    1. Lusaka (Agglomeration): 2,5 million inhabitants
    2. Lusaka is the largest Zambian city
  2. The headquarters of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) are in Lusaka
  3. Lusaka is one of the most Southern African dynamic cities
  4. Shopping centres boom (Embassy Mall, East Park Mall, Cosmopolitan Mall)
Lusaka is the Zambian Logistics hub (Transport and Logistics in Zambia)
  1. Lusaka connects the four main Zambian Roads to the north, south, east and west directions
  2. Distances from Lusaka to Kitwe: 286 kilometres
  3. Distances from Lusaka to Chipata: 550 kilometres
  4. Kenneth Kaunda International Airport
  5. Livingstone-Kitwe Railway
  6. Distance from Lusaka to the Port of Beira (Mozambique): 1,054 kilometres
    1. Beira Corridor
  7. Distance from Lusaka to the Port of Durban (South Africa): 2,165 kilometres
  8. Access to the Cairo-Gaborone corridor
  9. Asia-Africa Growth Corridor

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  1. Masters: Business in Africa, Transport in Africa, International Business, Foreign Trade
  2. Doctorates: African Business, Global Logistics, World Trade

Zambian Students from Lusaka

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  1. Zambian District: Lusaka (capital)
  2. Lusaka is in the southern part of the central Zambian Plateau, near the border with Zimbabwe
  3. Main languages in Lusaka: English, Nyanja (CiNyanja, provincial lingua franca) and Bemba
  4. Elevation of Lusaka: 1.279 metres
  5. Humid subtropical climate
  6. Lusaka National Museum
  7. Political Museum
  8. Zintu Community Museum
  9. Bas-Zambezi National Park
  10. Headquarters of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Lusaka

COMESA Custom Union

Zambian Province: Lusaka
  1. The capital of the Lusaka province is Lusaka
  2. Area of the Lusaka province: 21,896 km².
  3. Borders of the Lusaka province: Zimbabwe and Mozambique
  4. Mayor ethnic group: Bemba (20% of the population).
  5. Other ethnic groups: Nyanja (Chewa, Nsenga, Chikunda, Kunda, Ngoni)

Higher Education in Lusaka - Zambia

  1. University of Zambia (UNZA)
  2. University of Lusaka (UNILUS)
  3. Medical University of Lusaka apex (LAMU)
  4. Open University of Zambia (ZOU)

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History of Zambia - Lusaka
  1. 1905: foundation of Lusaka by the British
  2. 1935: Lusaka replaces Livingstone as the capital of Northern Rhodesia (British colony)
  3. 1974: Lusaka agreements (Portugal recognises the right to self-determination of Mozambique)

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