Geography in Zambia

Geography in Zambia

Africa
Zambia borders the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the north and northwest, Angola to the west, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe to the south, and Mozambique, Malawi and Tanzania from southeast to northeast. According to ezinereligion, Zambia's 752,614 kmĀ² land area is mostly located on low relief plateaus between 1000 and 1400 meters above sea level. In the north of Zambia lies the Bangweulu basin on the floor of a huge, 1.8 billion year old volcanic crater. The plateau of the Copperbelt connects to the south, the Luapula valley to the west, and the Mporokosoberge to the north. In the east, the Bangweulu basin is bounded by the Muchinga Mountains, on which the Luangwa Valley stretches from north to south and is bounded in the east by the Mafinga Hills,…
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Zambia 2007

Zambia 2007

Africa
According to ezinereligion, in 2007, the population of Zambia was estimated to be 11 million people. The economy was largely based on mining and had a GDP of $11 billion. Foreign relations were mainly with its African neighbours such as Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana, as well as other developed countries around the world. In 2007, the country was led by President Levy Mwanawasa, who had been in power since 2001. Under his presidency, Mwanawasa sought to improve economic growth by introducing reforms such as increasing government spending on infrastructure projects and health initiatives. He also sought to strengthen ties with other African countries while maintaining strong ties with traditional allies such as the United States and European Union countries. Yearbook 2007 Zambia. Disagreement over a new constitution characterized the domestic…
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