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Centre 4 Zero Waste
Environment
Workshops & In-house training
+2
Serenje
A non-profit organisation that has been actively engaging the general public, the private sector, organisations, policy makers and local government in sustainable zero waste strategies and climate solutions, urgently addressing the challenges that waste management systems in Africa face. Since its establishment, The Centre for Zero Waste and Development in Africa (CZWDA) has so far trained more than 1000 teachers, local governments, parliamentarians and community leaders in zero waste solutions and climate change. The organisation has further engaged about 120,000 pupils and students to be active environmental agents in their communities.
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Alliance Truck Parts Zambia Ltd
Truck & Bus parts
Light commercial vehicle parts
Lusaka
Established in 2011, Alliance Truck Parts Zambia Ltd is a supplier of quality truck spares and tyres to their chosen segment that include construction and mining industries, companies and NGOs as well as private individuals. This company is a well managed and growth oriented firm that utilizes the latest technology to provide value-added services, analysis and solutions for clients. Their goal is to exceed customer expectations and ensure that all parts sold meet customer needs at competitive prices.
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International School of Lusaka
Primary schools
Secondary schools
Pre-schools
Lusaka
Founded in 1963, the well-established International School of Lusaka is one of the oldest international schools on the African continent, and is currently the third largest school in the Association of International Schools in Africa. ISL is accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS) and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). ISL is also a member of the Association of International Schools in Africa (AISA) as well as the Independent Schools Association of Zambia (ISAZ).
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Trident College Solwezi
Secondary schools
Solwezi
Established in 2014, Trident College Solwezi has been set up in North Western Zambia to provide outstanding holistic education to young people. The school offers the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) curriculum from year 7 to year 13 (A-levels). The students develop self-discipline, self-esteem, intellectual endeavour, teamwork, a sense of adventure and adaptability. Academic achievement is central in a rounded educational experience that includes sport, music, drama, art and outdoor pursuits.
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NAC2000 Corporation Ltd
VIP travel
Ground handling
Freight & Forwarding
Lusaka
NAC2000 Corporation offers a full range of air travel and transport services. These cover ground handling, freight forwarding, warehousing, cold room storage and customs clearance. The company also has a presence at Zambia's main border posts and provides an efficient customs clearance service for road freight to and from Zambia. Incorporated in the year 2000, this company has developed well established global and local networks.
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Umoyo Natural Health
Non-alcoholic drinks
Beauty Skincare & Cosmetics
+5
Lusaka
+10 locations
Umoyo Natural Health was established in 2007 and has grown into a well-known and highly regarded supplier of natural health products in Zambia. The company sources high quality health products from all over the world, offering them for sale at their many Health Shops around Zambia. Staff undergo regular product training sessions enabling them to respond to clients' questions and recommend suitable products. Umoyo is passionate about health and looks forward to serving you!
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Bookworld
Printing & Stationery
Books or Magazines
eShopping
Lusaka
+11 locations
Bookworld, Zambia's biggest book, and stationery store offer a wide choice of books and stationery at a great value, together with expert advice from a passionate team. No two Bookworld shops are the same, sophisticated stock management systems ensure each bookshop has its own unique profile and space. The company has 11 stores across the country and an eStore with a user-friendly e-commerce system. An extensive selection of books and stationery is also available to online shoppers.
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Saro Agro Industrial
Small holder equipment
Trailers
+5
Lusaka
+2 locations
Established in 1986, Saro Agro offers an extensive range of reliable tractors and implements for farmers throughout the region. For all of the products it markets, the company has developed a complete maintenance package at its various workshops. Visit any of their outlets in Lusaka, Mkushi or Kitwe, for water pumps, irrigation systems, trailers, generator sets, solar panels and more.
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Davis and Shirtliff
Pumps & equipment
Power generation
+3
Kitwe
+6 locations
Davis & Shirtliff offers a full range of products and services related to water and energy solutions, with branches in Lusaka, Kitwe, Ndola, Solwezi, Chipata and Livingstone. It is the leading supplier of water and energy solutions in East, Central and Southern Africa. Davis and Shirtliff’s main focus areas are water pumps, borehole pumps, water treatment, swimming pools, solar, generators and irrigation.
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Steel Lines Zambia
Agricultural fencing
Building materials
Lusaka
With a fully capable manufacturing operation in Zambia, this company specialises in the production of Conforce, Brickforce, game fencing, and hard drawn wire. The company primarily serves the agriculture and mining sectors, as well as the construction industry and currently has two production plants in Lusaka. Steel Lines yields an impressive excess of 2,000 metric tonnes of wire per month along with production to specification. From planning, to human resources, through to manufacturing and processing, this company holds the highest standards of quality.
Covers everything from plush hotel, smart apartment and city lodge through to safari campsite.
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Lusaka is the capital and largest city of Zambia. One of the fastest developing cities in southern Africa, 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.
Kitwe is the second largest city in Zambia. It is principally a mining city, with mines to the west and north-west. Due to its favourable location, it has attracted several other industries including the production of furniture, consumer goods, asbestos and cement. It has the usual amenities associated with a growing city - hotels, shopping malls and three hospitals. Kitwe was originally called Nkana after Chief Nkana, the local chief. But back in the 1930s, an elephant skull (icitwe chansofu) found alongside copper ore deposits gave rise to a new name 'Icitwe'. Foreign settlers mistakenly pronounced it “Kitwe”, which was subsequently adopted in all languages.
Southern Province
With a population of over 400,000, Ndola is the third largest city in Zambia and the capital of Copperbelt Province. It has an international airport, one of three in Zambia (the others being Lusaka and Livingstone). Starting off ignominiously as a slave traders' settlement, Ndola became the centre of mining in Northern Rhodesia (pre-independent Zambia). It has since established itself as a prominent commercial and light industrial centre. Ndola lies just 10 km south-east of the DR Congo border.
Solwezi in Zambia might be perceived as a dusty little town but it is most definitely on the rise. It is one of seven districts in North Western Province and the provincial capital.Solwezi is attracting international interest mainly for its mining opportunities. Fueled by the international interest, there is of course serious local interest! People are attracted to the growing town of Solwezi for employment and business opportunities. There is an extensive range of construction work taking place, mainly catering to the business travel sector, with many hotels, lodges and guest houses springing up.
The provincial capital of Central Province
Chipata, with a population around more than 300,000 is the capital of the Eastern Province of Zambia. Having a boma, local markets, a hospital, a shopping centre and a number of schools, Chipata is the business and administrative hub that serves the region. The town is home to the Protea Hotel Chipata, a four star hotel, a golf course, an airport and a mosque. The town is the regional head of the Ngoni of Zambia. Ngoni is the primary language, although Nyanja and English are widely spoken, plus some Indian languages, as a large number of Zambian Indians live in the town. Chipata is located near the border with Malawi, and lies on the Great East Road which connects the capitals Lilongwe 130 km east and Lusaka 550 km west. The town is a popular access point for the South Luangwa National Park.
Chingola is home to the deep-shaft Nchanga Copper Mine, and two open pit operations, Chingola Open Pit and Nchanga Open Pit. The latter is the second largest open cast mine in the world, 400m in depth and covering nearly 30 sq km. The Championship Nchanga Golf course in Chingola is said to be one of the best courses in Africa. Chimfunshi Chimpanzee Sanctuary is also found here. Chingola has high rainfall, manifested in a profusion of trees and flowers.
The Lower Zambezi National Park was declared a national park in 1983, it lies opposite the famous Mana Pools Reserve in Zimbabwe. A world heritage site that attracts herds of elephants and has a lot of other wildlife. It offers walking safaris, canoe safaris, boat trips and some of the best tiger fishing in the world. This is Zambia’s newest national park and it is still relatively undeveloped. There are no fences between the park and the game management area so wildlife and people are free to roam across the whole area.
Mazabuka is a town in the Southern Province of Zambia, lying south west of Lusaka, on the Lusaka-Livingstone Road and the railway to Livingstone. The town lies on the south east edge of the Kafue Flats wetland.
Kafue is a town in the Lusaka Province of Zambia and it lies on the north bank of the Kafue River, after which it is named. Kafue has a total population of 219,000 people.
This is Zambia’s oldest park and by far the largest. It was established as a game reserve in 1924 and became an official national park in 1950. The park offers african wilderness with exciting wildlife safaris, incredible birding and fishing opportunities. It is home to over 55 different species of animals and over 400 species of birds. Ranging from established lodges which offer luxury to budget safari accommodation.
Western Province
Luanshya is a town in Zambia, in the Copperbelt Province near Ndola.
Chongwe is a small town situated in the Lusaka Province of Zambia. It has a total population of approximately 7 000 residents.
Kasama is a city in the Northern Province of Zambia. It serves as the provincial capital and the headquarters of Kasama District.
Central Province
Copperbelt Province
Monze is a small town in the Southern Province of Zambia and is about 180 km south-west of Lusaka. It is the administrative centre of Monze District. The town is named after Chief Monze, widely acknowledged as the spiritual leader of the Tonga people who inhabit the district.
Muchinga Province
Luapula Province
Mufulira is a town in the Copperbelt Province of Zambia. It was established in the 1930s around the site of the Mufulira Copper Mine on its north-western edge. The town is 16 km from the border of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and is the start of the Congo Pedicle road connecting the Copperbelt to the Luapula Province, making that province Mufulira's commercial hinterland.
It is a small mining town in the remote North-Western province, and most of its 5 000-plus inhabitants work for Sentinel copper mine – but it already sees a future beyond mining.
Central Province
Southern Province
Central Province
Nyimba is the capital of Nyimba District of Zambia, located in the Eastern Province.
Kasumbalesa is the border town between Zambia and DRC. This is a one-stop border post and is one of the busiest borders with commercial vehicles cleared at the border.
Katete is a small town in the Eastern Province of Zambia, and is headquarters of Katete District. The town is at the foot of rocky hills which lie to its east, including Mpangwe Hill and Kangarema Hill, which rise to 1600 m and are surrounded by cultivated fields.
A valuable conservation area protecting Zambian wildlife such as the sitatunga, many species of birds and the millions of migratory fruit bats. Kasanka National Park supports an enormous diversity in habitats including rainforest, papyrus swamp, wet grassland, plains, forested rivers and miombo woodland. The park is in Central Province, south of the Bangweulu Wetlands. The park is under the private management of Kasanka Trust registered in Zambia in 1987 and in the United Kingdom in 1989.
Southern Province
Mpulungu is a town in the Northern Province of Zambia, at the southern tip of Lake Tanganyika. From Mpulungu, boats reach DR Congo, Tanzania and Burundi.
Eastern Province
Copperbelt Province
Kaoma is a town in Zambia. It is the headquarters of Kaoma District in the Western Province.
North-Western Province
Itezhi-Tezhi is a small town in the south west section of the Southern Province of Zambia. It is the seat of the Itezhi-Tezhi District. It lies west of the town of Namwala on the border of the Kafue National Park.
Mbala is Zambia’s most northerly large town and seat of Mbala District, occupying a strategic location close to the border with Tanzania and controlling the southern approaches to Lake Tanganyika, 40 km by road to the north-west, where the port of Mpulungu is located.
Muchinga Province
North-Western Province
Serenje is a town of Serenje District, Zambia, lying just off the Great North Road and TAZARA Railway. Serenje has a railway station on the TAZARA railway. Serenje is approximately 191 km from Kapiri Mposhi on the Great North Road. Mkushi is the district west of Serenje. The Mulembo Falls lie near the town.