Synonyms for chililabombwe or Related words with chililabombwe

chingola              kitwe              luanshya              nchanga              kabwe              mufulira              ndola              hwange              solwezi              beitbridge              orapa              tarkwa              shamva              kalomo              lobatse              nkana              kapiri              bindura              maseru              zvishavane              molepolole              palapye              manicaland              francistown              obuasi              chipata              phikwe              ngezi              sesheke              mposhi              mutare              masvingo              lioli              tsumeb              mzuzu              mkushi              monze              chambishi              jwaneng              mhangura              letlhakane              ruiru              chiredzi              limbe              mpika              postmasburg              luveve              bibiani              germiston              serenje             

Examples of "chililabombwe"
Konkola Mine Police is a Zambian football club based in Chililabombwe that plays in the MTN/FAZ Super Division. They play their home games at Konkola Stadium in Chililabombwe.
Konkola Blades is a Zambian football club based in Chililabombwe that plays in the Zambian Premier League. They play their home games at the 15,000-capacity Konkola Stadium in Chililabombwe.
Melu was born in Chililabombwe on 6 JUne 1957 and attended Chililabombwe Secondary School and turned out for the Konkola Blades before moving to the Mufulira Wanderers in the late 1970s.
Chililabombwe District is a district of Zambia, located in Copperbelt Province. The capital lies at Chililabombwe. As of the 2000 Zambian Census, the district had a population of 67,533 people.
Billy Mwanza (born January 21, 1983 in Chililabombwe, Zambia) is a Zambian footballer. He currently plays as a defender.
Chililabombwe (formerly named "Bancroft") is a small town located on the Congo Border in Zambia's Copperbelt Province. The name means 'place of the croaking frog'.
In Chingola, the main road to Lubumbashi in DR Congo via Chililabombwe and Konkola branches off the main Copperbelt highway running south-east from Kitwe going north-west to Solwezi.
Konkola Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Chililabombwe, Zambia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and serves as the home for Konkola Blades Football Club and Konkola Mine Police. The stadium holds 20,000 people.
In February 1988, he travelled to Zambia to visit friends and relatives and on the morning of 26 February 1988, Mwikuta was at his brother's house in Chililabombwe when he collapsed and died of a heart attack.
A recently erected steel headgear in the Zambian copper belt town of Chililabombwe at the Konkola number 4 shaft has a total height of 81 metres to the top of the maintenance crane rail, with the centre-line of the head sheaves at 71 metres above the collar, making it the highest steel headgear in Africa.
A new mine was started at Chililabombwe in October 2010; it is a joint venture between Vale and African Rainbow Minerals. Production is expected to reach 45000 tons of copper concentrate per year. Vale expects to export copper by rail through Mozambique.
The main cities of the Copperbelt are Kitwe, Ndola, Mufulira, Luanshya, Chingola and Chililabombwe. Roads and rail links extend north into the Congo to Lubumbashi, but the Second Congo War brought economic contact between the two countries to a standstill, now recovering.
Donashano Malama (born 1 September 1991 in Chililabombwe) is a Zambian association football defender. He played for Nkana F.C. and the Zambia national football team. He was part of the Zambia squad for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, and played in the final group match against Cape Verde as a substitute.
The main highway through the Copperbelt runs south-east to north-west through the city, to Ndola (as a freeway) in the south-east, and to Nchanga, Chingola and Chililabombwe in the north-west. A laterite road goes west to Kasempa.
In November 1981, Chola was among 8 national team players who were injured when the bus in which they were travelling ploughed into a tree 15 km from Chingola, on their way from a practice match in Chililabombwe. Chola sustained shin and knee injuries and was out of action for a month but was fit enough for the CAN in Libya.
This prompted well financed concerns with technical expertise to come on board. Alfred Chester Beatty, a London based mining financier whose holding company, Selection Trust Limited (Roan Antelope Mine, Chambishi, Mufulira and Bwana Mkubwa) provided some funds in 1920; and Sir Ernest Oppenheimer, founder of Anglo American Corporation (Nchanga, Nkana, Bankroft- Chililabombwe Mines), joined forces in 1924.
Born in Chililabombwe, near the Congolese border, Katebe began his career with Afrisports FC. As a youth player he was groomed by the Afrisports coaches who had previously had success with youth players such as Stoppila Sunzu and Rainford Kalaba. He soon found his way into Coach Honour Janza's 2010 COSAFA U-20 side. Zambia won the 2010 COSAFA U-20 Cup, and he soon caught the eye of scouts throughout Southern Africa.
Before the river reaches the Copperbelt towns, however, it loses its wide floodplain, the channel narrows to 30–40 m and it meanders less, in a shallow valley only 40 m or so lower than the surrounding plateau. It flows close to the Copperbelt towns of Chililabombwe, Chingola and Mufulira, and through the outskirts of Nchanga and Kitwe. The popular picnic spot the Hippo Pool north of Chingola is protected as a national monument.
In February 2014, former Zambian international defender Manfred Chabinga was named coach and tasked with returning Wanderers to the top league. He achieved this when Wanderers won promotion with a game to spare after coming from behind to draw with Grinaker in Chililabombwe and end a nine-year hiatus from the Zambian Premier League. Wanderers went on to lose the final league match 1–0 to Ndola United at Shinde to end the season in second place with 64 points, one behind champions Forest Rangers and a point ahead of Kalulushi Modern Stars.
Akakpo has represented the Togo national football team since 2008, becoming captain on numerous occasions. He played his first international game for Togo, on 10 September 2008, against Zambia in Chililabombwe. Before representing Togo, he played for France at U17 and U19 level and also played one match for the Benin B national team. In January 2010, Akakpo was one of the players involved when the Togo national team's bus came under a gunfire attack on the way to the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations in Angola.