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Benguela, Kitwe, Ndola, radio receivers, Lusaka

Zambia has 1,273 km (791 mi) of railroads. A railroad from Zimbabwe runs to Livingstone, Lusaka, and Ndola, connecting with the DRC system, and then to Benguela on the Atlantic coast of Angola. The Tanzania-Zambia Railroad (Tazara) connects Lusaka with the port of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. Some 66,781 km (41,496 mi) of roads connect the towns of Zambia. Lusaka is served by an international airport. The government operates radio and television stations at Lusaka and Kitwe. In 1997 there were 120 radio receivers and 32 television sets in use for every 1,000 inhabitants.



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Benguela, Kitwe, Ndola, radio receivers, Lusaka, television sets, international airport, railroads, Zimbabwe, Livingstone, television stations, inhabitants, government, use, Tazara

 
 

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