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According to wholevehicles, Zambia is a landlocked country in southern Africa with a total area of 752,614 km2 and a population of approximately 17. 2 million people. It borders eight countries: Angola, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, Malawi, Mozambique, Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe. It has an equatorial climate with hot summers and mild winters. The highest point in Zambia is Mafinga Central which stands at 2,339 meters above sea level. Zambia also boasts an extensive river system including the Zambezi River which flows through the country from north to south. Higher education in Zambia is provided by universities and higher education institutions offering courses from undergraduate to doctoral levels. The oldest university in the country is University of Zambia which was established in 1966 as an independent institution offering higher education to citizens of the country and those from other countries who wish to pursue studies related to Zambian culture, history and literature. Other public universities include Copperbelt University; Mulungushi University; Natural Resources Development College among others. In addition to this, there are several private universities such as Cavendish University; Lusaka Apex Medical University; Zambian Open University among others which offer courses in various disciplines from undergraduate to postgraduate levels. Check andyeducation for Zambia School and Education.

Victoria Falls, Zambia

Victoria Falls, Zambia Weather and Climate

General and geographic location Short for VFA by abbreviationfinder, the Victoria Falls are one of the seven natural wonders of our earth and are considered the “largest curtain of water” in the world. The...


Zambia Weather and Climate

General & Geography According to COUNTRYAAH, the Republic of Zambia is a former colony of Great Britain in southern Africa. The landlocked country has been independent since 1964, predominantly Christian and is now home...