Synonyms for chingola or Related words with chingola

luanshya              kitwe              chililabombwe              ndola              solwezi              kabwe              mutare              beitbridge              francistown              chipata              masvingo              hwange              mpika              molepolole              bindura              manicaland              mahalapye              mzuzu              mufulira              mkushi              palapye              copperbelt              gweru              marondera              chipinge              kapiri              chiredzi              shamva              ruiru              lilongwe              sesheke              mposhi              mongu              phikwe              lobatse              mchinji              zvishavane              kalomo              monze              nchanga              serowe              selibe              kitale              londiani              otjiwarongo              serenje              orapa              gwanda              maseru              chegutu             

Examples of "chingola"
Nchanga Rangers is a Zambian football club based in Chingola that plays in the MTN/FAZ Super Division. They play their home games at Nchanga Stadium in Chingola.
Kasompe Airport is an airport serving Chingola, a city in the Copperbelt Province in Zambia. The airport is in the suburb of Kasompe, southeast of Chingola.
Chingola is served by Kasompe Airport, IATA code CGJ.
Chingola District is a district of Zambia, located in Copperbelt Province. The capital lies at Chingola. As of the 2000 Zambian Census, the district had a population of 172,026 people.
Chingola is rated 5th on the most developed cities in Zambia.
Mwape fell sick and died on 8 April 1991 at Nchanga South Hospital in Chingola.
Konkola is an area of Zambia, near Chingola, on the border with Congo. It has large copper reserves.
The Nchanga mines are a group of copper mineing operations near the municipal town of Chingola in Zambia.
Elizet Banda (born 16 February 1988 in Chingola) is a Zambian runner who specializes in the 1500 metres.
Felix Mumba Sunzu (born 2 May 1989 in Chingola) is a Zambian football striker who currently plays for Simba in Tanzania.
It was reported in August 2015 that villagers in Chingola, Zambia can smell and taste toxic pollution/leaks from the largest copper mine in Africa owned by KCM.
Ruwe was born in Wusakili Hospital, Kitwe, Zambia, the son of Jeremiah Aaron Ruwe and Rachel Mbizi. He attended Maiteneke Primary School in Chingola. In 1968, he was moved to Chingola Primary School an all-white school. In 1969 he attended high school at Chikola Secondary School, Chingola, and later at Matero Boys' Secondary School in Lusaka where he repeated form V. He was a member of the Chikola Debate Club and the Boys' Brigade. He sang in the Chiwempala Church Choir and the St. Marks Church Choir.
McKelvey was born on 28 December 1968 in Chingola, Zambia. He went to Knox Academy in Haddington and played for the Scottish Schools under-15s in 1984.
It is linked by freight lines from Mufulira, Chingola, Kitwe and Chambishi Mine. The nearest passenger rail line is in Kitwe.
The Kitwe/Chingola Dual Carriage Way is the main highway that passes through Chambishi. Mufulira and Kalulushi link with Chambishi at Sabina.
Henry Nyambe Mulenga (born 27 August 1987 in Chingola) is a Zambian footballer who currently plays in defence for ZESCO United F.C. in the Zambian Premier League.
Toaster Nsabata (born January 4, 1990) is a footballer from Chingola, Zambia who currently plays at Zanaco F.C. in the Zambian Premier League.
The final of the tournament, between the winner of each zone, was played in Chingola, Zambia and was won by Cameroon.
He retired from the mines in May 2000 after 32 years service. He is currently working for Mining Haulage in Chingola as a mechanic.
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.