Zambia Mining Job Recruitment

Located in South-Central Africa, Zambia is a mineral-rich country with the highest-grade deposits of copper on Earth and is one of the largest global copper producers. With copper being the country’s top export followed by other minerals, the mining industry is thriving and there is high demand for qualified candidates for mining jobs in Zambia. With 15 years of mining recruitment experience in Zambia, CA Mining places skilled locals, expats, and diaspora in mining positions in the country and helps to provide critical skills to Zambia mines. View the job board at the bottom of the page to see the latest Zambia mining jobs on offer. 

Zambia is a mining nation, and in fact has the biggest Emerald mine on Earth. It also holds 10% of the world’s copper reserves. Along with this, it is one of the globe’s primary cobalt producers. 

Landlocked by seven countries, Zambia has a humid subtropical climate. 

Capital: Lusaka
Currency:
 Zambian Kwacha (ZMW)
Official language: English
Main export: Copper

Economy
60% of Zambia’s residents live below the poverty line. At the same time, the country is one of the most rapidly expanding economies in the world. In 2011, Zambia reached middle-income status. Zambia’s chief exports are copper, the largest export, as well as salt, sulphur, cement, stone, gems, precious metals, inorganic chemicals, sugar, and more.

Attractions in Zambia
Zambia has one of the highest waterfalls in the world, Kalambo Falls. These falls drop 221 metres down. Speaking of waterfalls, you’ll also find Victoria Falls in Zambia, although Zambia shares the falls with Zimbabwe. One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Vic Falls are a mile wide and drop into the Zambezi River.

The Zambezi River itself is one of the planet’s most pristine rivers, and the fourth-longest in Africa. It’s a popular destination for canoe safaris and white water rafting.

Lake Kariba and the Livingstone Memorial are just some of the many other draws of Zambia.