According to the World Bank

Knowledge and Culture in Zambia

Zambia’s school system is divided into three levels. The Primary School is from first to seventh grade, while secondary is divided into Junior Secondary (eighth and ninth grade) and Upper Secondary (tenth to twelfth grade). The school is free for the first seven years. The majority of students do not go further. The country has […]

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Burundi Defense

Burundi Defense

The total force figures for Burundi’s armed forces are 30,050 active personnel (2018, IISS). In addition, there are 21,000 semi-military personnel, of which about 20,000 are in local militias. Burundi does not have its own air force, but the army has a small air component. Army The army has a workforce of 30,000 active personnel. […]

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Panthera pardus

Geography of Zambia

Most of Zambia is a hilly plateau landscape, 900-1500 meters above sea level. The landscape is relatively monotonous; the flat, marshy lowers and deep-cut river valleys alternate with elongated, slender ridges. The highest parts are in the north with the Muchinga Mountains and the Mbala Plateau, in the northeast Mufinga Heights. To the north, near […]

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The civil war

History of Burundi Part II

Independence from 1962 By independence July 1, 1962, Rwanda-Urundi was divided into today’s two states: the Republic of Rwanda in the north and the kingdom (since the 1966 Republic) of Burundi in the south. Burundi’s head of state became mwami Mwambutsa 4. The monarchy played an important unifying role. The king sought a balance between […]

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Knowledge and Culture in Tunisia

Tunisia is part of the Arab cultural circle, while the country has cultural roots rooted in and under the influence of several periods of immigration. These include notably the country’s Berber culture and Arab influence, including from Islam, including the large Moorish population that settled in Tunisia after being banished from Spain in the 1400s. […]

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Kenneth Kaunda

History of Zambia

The Rift Valley, which is considered the hotbed of modern man, traverses Zambia, and several of the human ancestors lived in Zambia. Primitive stone tools have been found for early hominids, which are around two million years old. Up to 400,000 year old pigments, which may have been used for body painting or cave paintings, […]

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Kilimanjaro

Geography of Tanzania

Geologically, Tanzania is mainly made up of Precambrian volcanoes, granites and gneisses that form large plateau masses 800–1500 meters above sea level. The highest areas consist of younger volcanic material. The highland plateau is bounded on the east by the coastal plain, on the west and north by the large East African search group ( […]

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Most of the country's electrical power

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe, Republic of Africa, inland state bordering South Africa in the south, Botswana in the southwest, Zambia in the northwest and Mozambique in the north and east. The population is predominantly Bantu people. The largest group of people is shona. The second largest is ndebele, who are descendants of Zulus from South Africa. Agriculture employs […]

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Copper production

Zambia

Zambia is a republic in southern Africa. Zambia is an inland state bordering Angola in the west, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Tanzania in the north, Malawi in the east and Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Namibia in the south. For geographic map of Zambia, check digopaul.com. In recent years, Zambia has experienced relatively high economic […]

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