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Zambia to Consider Moving its Capital to Rural Ngabwe District

Zambia is considering a proposal to move its capital from congested Lusaka to a nearly uninhabited marshland district in the centre of the country.

Zambia to Consider Moving its Capital to Rural Ngabwe District
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