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- n. A person from Zambia or of Zambian descent.
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Zambia, the Zambian people or the Zambian language.
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- n. a native or inhabitant of Zambia
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of Zambia or its people
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To get ahead of the querying curve, I called the Zambian Embassy.
He said the presence of the four African presidents at the conference, namely Zambian President
Moroccan jazz, Tanzanian hip-hop, Senegalese breakbeats, Zambian guitar bands, Ethiopian dance-pop, and more are regularly posted there.
In one study, Serpell (l979) asked Zambian and English children to reproduce patterns in three different media: wire models, pencil and paper, or clay.
The Zambian children excelled in the wire medium to which they were most accustomed, while the English children were best with pencil and paper.
The Zambian government will approve Barrick Gold Corp.'s bid to take over the assets of Equinox Minerals Ltd. in the country because it believes in "a free market," the minister of mines and minerals development said Tuesday.
"We are just waiting for Equinox to apply for the transfer of its mining rights," he said by telephone from Lusaka, the Zambian capital.
Under Zambian law, the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission has up to 90 days to respond to Equinox's application but people familiar with the situation say the decision is expected to be made shortly to avoid delaying the completion of the deal.
A coalition of Zambian civil society groups has revealed a troubling intersection between the global trade hegemony and weak governance.
Their investigation of the industry harshly indicted the Chinese-run Chambishi mine for exploiting Zambian workers by paying poverty wages and employing many without a permanent contract.