Mulungushi River

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The Mulungushi River in central Zambia is a tributary of the Lunsemfwa River and the Luangwa River, and a part of the Zambezi River basin. It rises on the plateau north-west of Kabwe and flows south-east into the Luangwa Rift Valley where it joins the Lunsemfwa.

The river is the site of the Mulungushi Dam, and its name has become a symbol of Zambia's independence through the Mulungushi Rock.