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  • noun Plural form of Zambian.


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  • In addition, various sensitisation programmes including clubs in schools are contributing to building a strong anti-corruption culture among Zambians which is the most effective bulwark against the vice.

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  • Zambians enthusiastically welcomed investment in 1998, when the China Non-Ferrous Metal Mining Company bought a mothballed copper mine at Chambishi, near the Congo border, for $20 million and promptly invested $100 million in its rehabilitation.

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  • Meanwhile, Zambia's opposition politicians have accused China of taking away jobs from Zambians and subjecting their country to a new form of colonization.

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  • Zambians dismiss empty talk as more of the same "jaw-jaw."

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  • Lungu said there are indications that Zambians are disappointed that President Banda seemed not to be doing enough to fight corruption.

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  • In 2005, more than 50 Zambians were killed in an accidental blast at an explosives factory that served the mine; witnesses said that Chinese staff members had fled the scene moments before the explosion, failing to warn the African employees.

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  • Zambians rioted after at least 11 miners were shot, allegedly by Chinese bosses.


  • Obviously, while many Zambians are very passionate about issues regarding the origins and parentage of our president, they are questioning why the PF did not do this in 2008.

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  • Few Zambians have been lifted into the middle class by Chinese mining activity, and today, Sata remains unrelenting in his criticisms of China.

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  • Lee Habasonda, executive director for the Southern African Center for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes, said Zambians do not think the judiciary is “totally” independent of the executive.

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