Kitwe

Kitwe is the second largest city in terms of size and population in Zambia. With a population of 504,194 (2010 census provisional) Kitwe is one of the most developed commercial and industrial areas in the nation, alongside Ndola and Lusaka. It has a complex of mines on its north-western and western edges. Kitwe includes a number of townships and s...
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Kitwe

city, northern Zambia, southern Africa. It is the third largest city in Zambia and is the main industrial and commercial centre of the copper-belt ...
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Kitwe

Commercial centre for the Zambian copperbelt; population (2000) 363,700. It is the headquarters of the Zambia Chamber of Mines. Nkana township and copper mine is adjacent; to the south are Zambia's emerald mines. The local supplies of copper have helped the growth of an electrical equipment industry. Other industries include engineering...
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Kitwe

Kitwe (kē'twā) , city (1990 est. pop. 338,200), N central Zambia, near the Congo; founded 1936. It is the main commercial and industrial center of the Copperbelt. Copper is mined, and food products, clothing, and plastics are manufactured there. The Zambia Institute of Technology is ...
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