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Copperbelt is a province in the northern part of Zambia. It is named after the copper reserves. It has an area of 31,328 km2. It occupies the upper portion of the Kafue river basin on the central plateau of southern Africa, 900 to 1,500 m above sea level.

It is one of the Zambia's ten provinces and the hub of the country.[1][2]

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  1. | BBC News - Digging for copper, dreaming of gold in Zambia
  2. Zambia poll: Riots in Kitwe and Ndola over slow results - BBC News