Population: 504,194

Living in Kitwe, Zambia:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Kitwe, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Kitwe what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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The inhabitants are friendly and accommodating. Secondly, they should be cautious in terms of movements and keep safe because some areas may be dangerous at awkwardly late hours. In addition, the cost of living is slightly on the higher side. And finally, they should feel free and feel at home.

Clement, says: 2020

It is the second largest city in the country, home to wonderful scenery and mine thugs called “Jerabos”. Coming through into Kitwe just close to the train bridge is a large slug mountain of mineral waste that was given the nickname “Black mountain” by the locals. Anywho, despite the name it is a intriguing site and wonderful city altogether… Well except the mine thugs bit.

Marnie, says: 2020

Kitwe, a small affluent city, is the provincial capital of Copperbelt province, one of the eleven provinces of Zambia. In the central northern region of Zambia, it leads the country as one of the largest copper mining and processing regions. Home to the Kafue River, it borders next the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Tokozile, says: 2020

Kitwe is tranquil, a lot of harmonious and welcoming people. The town has a lot of mining activities with good investment opportunities. Is home to the second largest university in Zambia, which provides quality of education for both local and international students. there is a lot of camaraderie between the people the people so much so that anyone who visited would feel at home.

Natalie, says: 2020

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