Zambezi (disambiguation)

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The Zambezi (sometimes spelt Zambesi) is the fourth largest river in Africa, and the largest to flow into the Indian Ocean. Zambezi or Zambesi may also refer to;

In geography
In transport
  • Air Zambezi, an airline in Zimbabwe
  • Zambezi Airlines, a privately owned airline based in Lusaka, Zambia
  • Mulobezi Railway (once known as the Zambezi Sawmills Railway) was constructed to carry timber from Mulobezi to Livingstone in the Southern Province of Zambia, when the country was Northern Rhodesia
In wildlife
In racing
  • Zambezi Sun, a Thoroughbred racehorse who competes in France
In music
In electronics
  • Zambezi, the code name of an AMD microprocessor architecture for the desktop market
In media
  • Zambezi FM Radio is a commercial radio station located in the tourist capital of Zambia Livingstone
Other uses
  • Zambezi is Zimbabwe's national beer, see beer in Africa
  • Zambezi is the name of a fictional country in the 1991 comedy film King Ralph