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  • Among the mines closed are Bwana Mkubwa mine in Ndola, which is owned by First Quantum Mining and Operations Limited (FQMO) a unit of Toronto-listed First Quantum Minerals Limited, and Luanshya Copper Mines (LCM), a joint venture of the Swiss-based International Mineral Resources and Bein Stein Group Resources of Israel.

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  • African carriers are now expanding links to secondary cities such as Ndola, Zambia, and Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, whose only air connections have long been either on unreliable local operators or via convoluted routings through Europe.

    Airlines Swoop In on Growing African Market

  • African carriers are now expanding links to secondary cities such as Ndola, Zambia, and Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, whose only air connections have long been either on unreliable local operators or via convoluted routings through Europe.

    Airlines Swoop In on Growing African Market

  • African carriers are now expanding links to secondary cities such as Ndola, Zambia, and Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, whose only air connections have long been either on unreliable local operators or via convoluted routings through Europe.

    Airlines Swoop In on Growing African Market

  • Police were deployed to quell riots in the Zambian copper mining cities of Kitwe and Ndola, according to Martin Malama, a local police chief.

    Zambia Challenger Wins

  • Currently, ZCCM-IH only operates the Ndola Lime Company, a major supplier of lime to copper and cobalt mines in the copperbelt.

    Zambia Seeks Greater Mining Profits

  • While many Zambians will point accusing fingers at Ndola High Registrar.

    Global Voices in English » Zambia: Reactions to Chiluba’s acquittal

  • We left on the 17 February in two DC30s and flew to Ndola in Zambia.

    We were betrayed, claim mercenaries jailed after ex-SAS man's failed coup

  • Dag Hammarskjöld, secretarygeneral of the United Nations, dies in a plane crash near Ndola, in what is now Zambia, on Sept. 18, 1961, while on a peace mission in the Congolese province of Katanga.

    Warsaw Mourns Its Fallen Leaders

  • Dag Hammarskjöld, secretarygeneral of the United Nations, dies in a plane crash near Ndola, in what is now Zambia, on Sept. 18, 1961, while on a peace mission in the Congolese province of Katanga.

    Warsaw Mourns Its Fallen Leaders

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