With an estimated population of 14 million (2015), Zambia is a country at peace with itself and its neighbours with 73 different ethnic tribes (speaking as many languages), living in harmony since time in memorial.

“Zambia is the birthplace of the Great Zambezi River (Kalene Hills), Africa’s fourth largest, whose 2,700-kilometre journey gives life to the mighty Victoria Falls in Livingstone, Lake Kariba in Siavonga and Cahora Bassa Dam in Mozambique, meandering in a total of 6 countries before forming a delta and releasing into the Indian Ocean.”

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