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A river rising along the border of Zambia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo and meandering about 965 km (600 mi) through central Zambia to the Zambezi River.


(kəˈfu eɪ, kɑ-)

a river in Zambia, flows into the Zambezi River above Kariba Lake. ab. 600 mi. (965 km) long.
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Sterling and Wilson has said the solar farm will be located in the Kafue district of Zambia, some 20 km southeast of the countrys capital, Lusaka.
In forestry, the government of Zambia is looking for an equity partner for establishing 100 000 ha of exotic plantations and a strategic equity financing partner, with management rights, in Luangwa and Kafue national parks (Zambia Development Agency 2017).
Caption: China Henan International Cooperation Group built a bridge over the River Kafue at Chiawa in Zambia, with the aid of African workers
These methods were used in agricultural inventory studies in the central highlands, Sidamo and Shoa regions in Ethiopia, the Kafue flats of Zambia, the Quiche area of Guatemala, Owamboland of Namibia, the Boke district of Guinea and the Nouhao Valley of Burkina Faso.
Clarke Energy are silver sponsors and BG, Goltens, EDF, Kafue Gorge, KMPG, Powersys, STEG- IS, Voith Hydro and Wartsila are bronze sponsors.
As is often the case in Zambia, detailed information on locations and routes to various parts of the Kafue are scarce and sketchy at best.
The company's Block 34 is located in the Kafue Trough in southwestern Zambia, covering an area of approximately 6,427 square kilometers.
The role of Brucella infection in abortions among traditional cattle reared in proximity to wildlife on the Kafue flats of Zambia.
Of course, in select locations such as the Kafue Flats in Zambia or the Mountains of the Cape, the range might be substantially longer since the shots taken by clients at game in these areas may very well be longer.
Mining-related contamination of surface water and sediments of the Kafue River drainage system in the Copperbelt district, Zambia: an example of a high neutralization capacity system.
Almost all of this will be provided by the 750 MW Kafue Gorge Lower Hydro Project, which is being developed by China's Sino Hydro and Zambia's Zesco, and which is scheduled to come on stream in 2018.