Religion in Zambia. Zambia is officially Christian nation according to the 1996 constitution, but a wide variety of religious traditions exist. Traditional religious thought blends easily with Christian beliefs in many of the country's synthetic churches.
the official language of zambia is english
Zambezi River and Victoria Falls. Lake Tanganyika is the longest lake in the world, while Lake Kariba is Africa's largest man made dam and rapidly becoming Zambia's very own French Riviera.
The food of North Africa has been heavily influenced over the centuries by the ingredients brought by traders, invaders and migrants.
The Arabs introduced spices such as saffron, nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger and cloves. Sweet pastries and other baked foods were brought by the Ottoman Turks.
Wheat and its by-product, semolina, were introduced early on. The nomadic Berbers adapted semolina into couscous, one of the main staples of the region.
education is a privilege there not many kids get to experience it cause it is a very poor country
they have car rentals in zambia and they planes that help you travel a long distance
allot of these people live in clay and stick huts
the zambia have a air force and a military ground force