Mbujimayi


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Mbujimayi

(əmˈbuːdʒɪˌmaɪiː)
n
(Placename) a city in S Democratic Republic of Congo: diamond mining. Pop: 821 000 (2005 est)
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Geochemical and oxygen isotope signatures of mantle corundum megacrysts from the MbujiMayi kimberlite, Democratic Republic of Congo, and the Changle alkali basalt, China.
Projects such as the IGE Tshikapa project, the Longatshimo project, the Mbelenge project and the Lubembe project - located in the Kasai-Occidental province - and the Mbujimayi project - located in the Kasai-Oriental province - are key upcoming projects.
Center of the country, in the cities of Bwamanda (Bw) in the Province of Ecuador and MbujiMayi (Mb) in the province of Kasai Oriental, only group M variants circulating.
Ha publicado varios libros, ensena en el <<Philosophat>> del Seminario de Mbujimayi y desde 2006 es profesor visitante en el <<Theologat>> de Malole.
Ces conflits n'existent que dans de grands centres, Kinshasa, Lubumbashi, MbujiMayi .
LAC does not have its own aircraft and Air Zimbabwe will provide these for the routes, which include destinations such as Lumbumbashi, Mbujimayi, Kinshasa.
However, given the current war situation, MIBA and the city of MbujiMayi may as well abandon all thoughts of an improved electricity supply.
The UN plans to deploy the force in four key cities: Kindu and Kisangani in rebel-held territory and MbujiMayi and Mbandaka in government-held areas.
Zimbabwe troops do well from Congo diamond mines clustered around MbujiMayi, which remains the biggest challenge for rebels to take.
Among those who have taken it further are Alphonse Ngindu Muschete, Malula's right-hand man; Tharcisse Tschibangu, now bishop of Mbujimayi, Zaire, who will be at the synod; and Benezet Bujo, author of African Theology in its Historical Context, the first African to be professor in the Catholic University of Fribourg, Switzerland.
Foreign private investment is limited to minority shareholding in the industrial diamond mining operations at Mbujimayi and the decreasing tin-tungsten operations.