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Lusaka

Lusaka is the capital and largest city of Zambia. One of the fastest-developing cities in Southern Africa, Lusaka is located in the southern part of the central plateau at an elevation of about 1,300 metres (4,265 feet). As of 2010, the city's population is about 1.7 million. Lusaka is the centre of both commerce and government in Zambia and connects to the country's four main highways heading north, south, east and west. English is the official language of the city, but Nyanja, and Bemba are also common.

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Lusaka - Climate
... Primarily due to its high altitude, Lusaka features a humid subtropical climate ... Lusaka features a relatively warm climate, typically with warm (but not hot) summers and very mild “winters” ... Lusaka features a wet season and a dry season with the dry season predominating the year, lasting from October through April ...
Lusaka Accord
... The Lusaka Accord was signed in Lusaka (Zambia) on 7 September 1974, between the Front for the Liberation of Mozambique (FRELIMO) and the Portuguese government ...
Lusaka–Livingstone Road
... The Lusaka–Livingstone Road or Livingstone Road is the main highway of the Southern Province of Zambia from the capital, Lusaka, to the principal tourist destination, Livingstone, Southern Africa ... The highway starts 55 km south of Lusaka, just across the Kafue Bridge, turning off the Great North Road, historically once seen as part of a Cape to ...
List Of Swaminarayan Temples - Zambia
... Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Lusaka (SKSS) Location Primary Deity Constructed in Architecture Notes Lusaka – – – This Mandir comes under the ...
Lusaka Declaration
... The Lusaka Declaration on the Commonwealth on Racism and Racial Prejudice was a declaration of the Commonwealth of Nations on the issues of racism and egalitarianism ... It was agreed and issued on 7 August 1979 in Lusaka, Zambia, at the conclusion of the fifth Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) ... principles of racial equality, and so the Lusaka Declaration was made to further expound and clarify the Heads of Governments' position ...