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Trade and Business in Zambia, Lusaka

Foreign Trade and Business in Zambia, Lusaka, Kitwe, Chipata, Ndola, Lundazi, Petauke

The Republic of Zambia is a Southern African landlocked country

  1. Lusaka is the administrative, economic and commercial capital of Zambia and the largest Zambian city
  2. Largest cities of Zambia: Lusaka, Kitwe, Chipata, Ndola, Lundazi, Petauke, Chibombo, Kalomo, Solwezi, Kapiri and Mposhi
  3. Other Zambian cities are Choma, Katete, Kasama, Mazabuka, Mansa, Kafue, Mumbwa, Chingola, and Mpika
  4. The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) is headquartered in Lusaka
  5. Lusaka and the Copperbelt province are the main economic centres of Zambia
  6. Zambia is an African Frontier Market
  7. Main Zambian economic activities: mining (copper, emeralds), agriculture, industry, energy, manufacturing and tourism
    1. Zambia is the largest cobalt and copper African exporter
    2. 20% of the world's emerald production
    3. Main crops: corn, mixed beans, rice, sorghum, soy, sunflower, sweet potato and wheat
    4. Zambia is one of the most urbanised countries in Sub-Saharan Africa
  8. Borders of Zambia: Angola (Benguela, 1,110 kilometres), Botswana (1 kilometre), the DR Congo (Lubumbashi, 1,930 kilometres), Namibia (233 kilometres), Malawi (Blantyre, Lilongwe, Mzuzu, 837 kilometres), Mozambique (419 kilometres), Tanzania (338 kilometres) and Zimbabwe (797 kilometres)

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

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Zambian population: 16.6 million inhabitants

  1. Population density of Zambia: 17.2 inhabitants / km²
  2. 1963: 3.5 million inhabitants
  3. 2000: 9.9 million inhabitants
  4. 2010: 13 million inhabitants

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  1. Climate of Zambia: tropical
  2. Area of Zambia: 752,618 km²
  3. Two large river basins:
    1. The Zambezi / Kafue basin in the centre, west and south (75% of Zambia)
    2. The Congo Basin in the north (20% of Zambia)

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  1. Zambia is a Republic
  2. Independence from the United Kingdom: 1964 (History of Zambia)
    1. 1911 - 1964: Northern Rhodesia
    2. Zambia = from Zambezi river
  3. Calling code of Zambia: 260
  4. Code top-level domain of Zambia: .zm
  5. Currency of Zambia: Zambian Kwacha (ZMW)

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The ten provinces of Zambia are:

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Province / capital / Area (km²) / population (million inhabitants):

  1. Central / Kabwe / 94,394 / 1.3
  2. Copperbelt / Ndola / 31,328 / 2
  3. Eastern / Chipata / 51,476 / 1.6
  4. Luapula / Mansa / 50,567 / 0.9
  5. Lusaka / Lusaka / 21,896 / 2
  6. Muchinga / Chinsali / 87,806 / 0.7
  7. North-Western / Solwezi / 125,826 / 0.7
  8. Northern / Kasama / 77,650 / 1.1
  9. Southern / Choma / 85,283 / 1.6
  10. Western / Mongu / 126,386 / 0.9

Zambia’s mining sector

Trade Organisations (Zambia)

  1. Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)
  2. U.S.-COMESA Agreement
  3. Southern African Development Community (SADC)
  4. COMESA-EAC-SADC Agreement
  5. SACU
  6. Conference on the Great Lakes Region
  7. Great Lakes Region
  8. Commonwealth

Southern African Development Community (SADC)

  1. African Development Bank
  2. African Union
  4. Economic Commission for Africa

Southern African Customs Union (SACU): Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa, and Eswatini

Zambian ethnicities:

The Zambian population is composed by 73 ethnic groups, most of them are Bantu.

90% of Zambians belong to nine main ethno-linguistic groups: Nyanja-Chewa, Bemba, Tonga, Nkoya, Lunda, Luvale, Kaonde, Tumbuka and Lozi.

Religions in Zambia

  1. Christianity (75% of the Zambian)
    1. Protestants
    2. Catholics
  2. Traditional African Religions

Zambia is officially a Christian nation according to the 1996 Constitution

Languages of Zambia

The official language of Zambia is English

  1. Bemba: 34% of the population
  2. Nyanja: 15% of the population

Main languages in:

  1. Lusaka: Nyanja and Bemba.
  2. Copperbelt: Bemba and Nyanja

Other Zambian languages are Tonga (12%), Lozi, Kaonde and Lunda

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