Mufulira


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Mufulira

(ˌmuːfuːˈlɪərə)
n
(Placename) a mining town in the Copper Belt of Zambia. Pop: 220 000 (2005 est)
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"So far this year, more than 1,000 girls and boys have taken part in the games across towns such as Livingstone, Lusaka, Kitwe, Ndola, Luanshya, Mufulira, Kabwe and Chililabombwe.
The hoists could help render the Deeps, as the 30-year-old Mindola and Mufulira copper mines are known, "feasible again," said Francois Koekemoer, mechanical design engineer, FLSmidth.
Zesco need a win against Mufulira Wanderers in their last game to win the title.
Maimbolwa, "Compliance with infection prevention guidelines by health care workers at ronald ross general hospital mufulira district," Medical Journal of Zambia, vol.
It will also reduce the impact of sulphur dioxide on soil quality and improve agricultural productivity, a move that was expected to benefit about 1,000 farmers in Mufulira town.
The Northern Rhodesian Copperbelt had grown up rapidly since the beginning of mining in the mid-1920s, leading to the growth of towns at Nkana (Kitwe), Mufulira and Luanshya, Ndola and Nchanga (Chingola).
Heavy Metal Contaminated Water, Soils and Crops in Peri Urban Wastewater Irrigation Farming in Mufulira and Kafue in Zambia.
Instead, he became one of six male students at the Mufulira School of Nursing, the school's first ever intake of male nursing students.
Even when he told the police the exact crash site, he said, "they still insisted on going around the Mufulira roads to reach the site.
In January 2008 acid waste from Chingola's mines reached the ground water at Mufulira, around 40 km away.