Zambia is one of the most peaceful countries in Africa and takes its name from the Zambezi River, the fourth largest River in Africa and a great tourist attraction. The country is rich in mineral resources, particularly copper. Zambia has over 40% of Africas water and, with the vast tracts of fertile land, the country is said to be the future Bread Basket of Africa. The country produces maize, wheat, soya, beef, pork, poultry, dairy, coffee, cotton, tobacco, sugar and flowers. In addition, Zambia shares the Victoria Falls with Zimbabwe and has excellent national parks with great game viewing.