Synonyms for solwezi or Related words with solwezi
Examples of "solwezi"
Airport is an airport near the T5 motorway in
, Zambia .
The Roman Catholic Diocese of
() is a diocese located in
The district is accessible by a tarred road the M8 that stretches from
to Chavuma and it is about 365 km from
Airport is an airport near the T5 motorway.
is the capital of the North-Western Province of Zambia.
has approximately 65,000 inhabitants at an elevation of 1235 m above sea level. Kaonde is the largest tribe represented in
, in addition to large numbers of Lunda and Luvale speaking people.
Mutanda is a town in
District, North-Western Province, Zambia. It is approximately , by road, southwest of
, where the district headquarters are located. Mutanda is situated approximately , by road, northwest of Lusaka, the capital.
District is a district of Zambia, located in North-Western Province. The capital lies at
. As of the 2000 Zambian Census, the district had a population of 203,797 people.
The archdiocese is the metropolitan for the dioceses of Chipata, Kabwe, Livingstone, Mongu, Monze, Ndola, and
Kibombomene is a rural village located in the Northwestern Province of Zambia, about fifty kilometres east of
. Most villagers live just off of the
-Chingola highway, but others are scattered in small, unorganized regions to the north and south. The population is not officially determined.
Lumwana is a mining town located in Zambia's
District, North-Western Province. It is located approximately , by road, west of
and about , by road, east of Mwinilunga along the T5 Highway. This location lies approximately , by road, northwest of Lusaka, the capital of Zambia and the largest city in that country.
The main industry of
is copper mining at Kansanshi Mine (located about 10 km north) and Lumwana Mine (located about 65 km West), out of the town centre, run by First Quantum Minerals and Equinox Minerals, respectively. Kansanshi Mine exploits copper-gold ore from Kansanshi Anticlinal. The mining site has been running since the 19th century for copper and gold successively. Lumwana, on the other hand, was discovered in 1961, but no serious work was carried out there until Equinox Minerals Ltd became involved in 1999. Uranium is also mined in
at the Lumwana mine north of
There is much work investigating the possibility of nearby copper and uranium deposits. Such mines already exist in various location along the highway between
It has four manned points of presence (POPs) in Lusaka, Kitwe, Livingstone and
, virtual POPs in Ndola, Luanshya and Mazabuka, and a drop-off point in Kabwe.
Insakwa yaba Kaonde festival celebrated in
District by Kaonde tribe during May, Nsomo festival celebrated in Kasempa District by Kaonde tribe during June, Ntongo festival celebrated in Mufumbwe District by Kaonde tribe during June, Ukupupa festival celebrated in
District by Lamba tribe during July, Chivweka festival celebrated in Kabompo District by Luchazi tribe during July, Kunyata Ntanda festival celebrated in
District by Kaonde tribe during July, Likumbi Lya Mize festival celebrated in Zambezi District by Luvale tribe during August, Lunda Lubanza festival celebrated in Zambezi District by Lunda tribe during August, Lubinda Ntongo festival celebrated in
District by Kaonde tribe during August, Chisemwa Cha Lunda festival celebrated in Mwinilunga District by Lunda tribe during September, Makundu festival celebrated in Mufumbwe District by Kaonde tribe during September, Mbunda Liyoyelo festival celebrated in Kabompo District by Mbunda tribe during September, Kuvuluka Kishakulu festival celebrated in
District by Kaonde tribe during September, Lukwakwa festival celebrated in Kabompo District by Mbunda tribe during October, Chidika Cha Mvula festival celebrated in Mwinilunga District by Lunda tribe during October and Lwendela festival celebrated in Kasempa District by Kaonde tribe during October are the major festivals in the Province.
It was first described in 1973 for an occurrence in an oxidized uranium deposit near
, Zambia. It was named for Alan Roy Drysdall, the director of the Zambian geological survey.
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
In the Copperbelt, however, the road going west to
also used to be known as the Great West Road. At that time Copperbelt Province was, despite its central location, known as Western Province.
The village is populated mostly by subsistence farmers; some of the produce is sold. There are some small shops that cater primarily to the traffic running between
Some local labourers find occasional work within the village in construction of houses and huts, furniture and other supplies. Most supplies that cannot be made locally are purchased from
, upon arrangement with people travelling there.
Insakwa yaba Kaonde festival celebrated in
District by Kaonde tribe during May and Nsomo festival celebrated in Kasempa District by Kaonde tribe during June are the major festivals of the province.
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