Population: 528,330

Living in Ndola, Zambia:
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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Ndola, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Ndola 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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It is an industrial city and the headquarters of the provincial administration of the Copperbelt. The city is a gateway into the richest region of Zambia and so you can expect a lot of business opportunities. The city also has the second biggest stadium in the country. We also have cultural sites such as the “Slave Tree” and the Copperbelt museum and an International Airport. One will be happy to note that it has one of the lowest crime rates in the country.

Natalie, says: 2020

Aside from being the provincial headquarters of the Copperbelt province of Zambia, Ndola is also the home of Zambia’s Dag Hammarskjold memorial site. Ndola is also a friendly city with amazing infrastructural developments and hosts the country’s second biggest stadium, the Levy Mwanawasa stadium named after the country’s third republican president.

Blessed, says: 2020

Ndola is a vibrant city in the Copperbelt Province of the Republic of Zambia. Ndola is almost always warm and sunny. It is as well home to the indigenous Lamba people but infiltrated by almost all Zambian tribes. Although now almost all the industry’s have been closed down it is still known as the breadbasket and brain of the nation.

Kitanzi, says: 2020

It’s a peaceful and welcoming city. People around are friendly and welcoming as well. It’s a clean city where everything is a place. It’s a not an over crowded city and has a favorable employment rate. People around are mostly civil servants, like doctors nurses, teachers etc. The city also has a very good and big town center where you can find anything you would like to buy.

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