Luanshya


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Lu•an•shya

(luˈɑn ʃɑ, ˈlwɑn-)

n.
a town in central Zambia. 160,667.
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We report the results of a matched case-control study exploring whether HIV-1 is an important risk factor for severe malaria in adults living Luanshya, Zambia, an area of high malaria transmission (>200/cases/year).
Their names are Betty and Gerry Prendegast and they lived in Luanshya.
ZAMNET has Points of Presence (PoPs) in Lusaka, Kitwe, Livingstone, Ndola, Mazabuka, Solwezi and Luanshya.
Among the plantations currently producing and selling estate coffee of high and consistent quality are: Isanya Estates in the Northern province in the old town of Abercorn (now called Mbala), close to the Tanzania Southern Highlands; Mpongwe Estates situated in Luanshya in the Copperbelt province; Mutuwila Estates, in the Central province; Chamba Valley Estates on the plateau of the Lusaka province; Munali Coffee Estates, in the Southern province, named after and sharing a boundary with the hills discovered by David Livingstone; Terranova Estates in the Mazabuka Highlands in Southern province.
Although [Zambian] production was hampered by the mining accidents that occurred at KCM's Chingola open pit mine and the temporary closure of the Luanshya mine," the newsletter said, "Zambia's key economic indicators for last year faired relatively well against the target.
We would like to express our thanks to Darryll Holland, the veterinary staff and everyone who assisted our horse Luanshya at Newmarket on August 11.
But, breaking smartly, 13-2 shot Elegant Lady was produced to lead by Frankie Dettori inside the final furlong for a half-length call over Luanshya, with 4-1 favourite Ranaan third.
I AM organising a reunion for anyone who used to live or work in Luanshya, Zambia, from 1965 onwards.
In June 2009, China Nonferrous Metal Mining Corporation (CNMC) pledged to invest US$400mn in Luanshya Copper Mines, following its formal takeover of the mining company.
6 million contract aims at improving the water and wastewater services in Ndola, Luanshya and Masaiti urban areas and strengthening the capacity of KWSC to operate the facilities in an efficient and sustainable way.
Treadgold assumed the responsibility of Director of Metallurgy with BSG Resources responsible for the Luanshya and Chambeshi operations in Zambia and the development of KOV, at the time the largest copper and cobalt asset in the DRC.