Kabwe


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Kab•we

(ˈkɑb weɪ)

n.
a city in central Zambia: old mining town. 190,752. Formerly, Broken Hill.
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I am so honoured myself and the Catwalk to Kabwe team will be busking with Keywest today from noon to 2pm on Grafton Street in aid of Zamda Ireland.
The first lot stretched from Livingstone to Kasawasa, the second from Kabwe to Kaniki and the third from Kitwe to Chingola.
Following the success of creating the first class for children with Asperger's, Pat opened the Sables centre in Kabwe, Zambia, to care for kids living on the streets.
Mahnaz Afkhami, 140-9 (Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Press, 1994); Desire Kazadi Wa Kabwe and Aurelia Segatti, "Paradoxical Expressions of a Return to the Homeland: Music and Literature among the Congolese (Zairean) Diaspora," in New African Diasporas, ed.
Its Sable Zinc Kabwe subsidiary has halted operations.
In August 1997 he was nearly killed when police opened fire and a bullet hit his head at an opposition rally he was due to address in the town of Kabwe, north of the capital, Lusaka.
8:00 ASSESSING THE LEVELS OF LEAD CONTAMINATION IN KABWE AND THE POTENTIAL FOR PHYTOREMEDIATION IN REMOVING LEAD FROM HEAVILY CONTAMINATED SOILS", Megan Corley, Samuel Mutiti.
Several toxic industrial areas in the former Soviet Union, including the site of the devastating 1986 nuclear disaster in Chernobyl, Ukraine, were carried over from the last list, as was Zambia's lead-mining city Kabwe.
com)-- CONTESA the UK registered charity which is devoted to supporting AIDS orphans and vulnerable children in Zambia announced that Berkeley Mineral Resources Plc (BMR), the UK listed AIM company which is currently principally engaged in the extraction of zinc and lead from tailings dumps at the world-famed Kabwe mine in Zambia had donated all the computers and supporting equipment urgently needed for the IT training workshop at the CONTESA Vocational and Skills Training Centre (VSTC) at Kabwe.
For example, tens of thousands of people have been affected by lead poisoning at Kabwe, Zambia, which resulted from artisanal re-mining of and exposures to wastes from historical lead-zinc mining and smelting (Branan 2008).
Dorothy Eriksson and her husband Rolf have been co-owners of the Chankwakwa farm in Kabwe, Zambia, for 40 years.
But claims have emerged that he may still be well short of Zambia legend Chitalu, who netted 107 times -- 49 in league matches for Kabwe Warriors and 58 in cup and internationals -- between January 23 and December 10, 1972.