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Cabora Bassa

(kəˈbɔːrə ˈbæsə)
n
(Placename) the site on the Zambezi River in N Mozambique of the largest dam in southern Africa
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In addition to the signing of the MOU, Prospect continues to consider alternative secondary power supply options including purchase of power from the South African Power Pool, a power purchase agreement with the existing Cahora Bassa hydroelectric scheme or even the creation of a solar farm on site to ensure that it has the appropriate power solution with contingencies to support the development and operations of the Arcadia Mine.
South Africa, which imports roughly 1,000 MW of electricity daily from Mozambique's Cahora Bassa hydroelectric power plant, experienced severe elec- tricity shortages when the cyclone hit.
My daughter Devon (10 years old), is dying to get a photo in your magazine so I took a couple last holiday (April 2016) at Cahora Bassa, Mozambique, of her and a bream she caught.
ISAACMAN, Dams, Displacement, and the Delusion of Development: Cahora Bassa and its legacies in Mozambique, 1965-2007.
Paula Bernardo, district health director in Cahora Bassa told the broadcasting station that during that very same day, dozens of sick individuals complaining of body pains and diarrhea were also brought to the hospital.
Jochen and a 14 foot crocodile hunted in Cahora Bassa with PH Jannie Meyer, shot with a 375 Win Mag using 300 grain Federal Partition bullets
South Africa is extracting 415 megawatts of electricity from Mozambique through the Portuguese developed Cahora Bassa Dam, which has altered permanently the flow of the Zambezi River, resulting in severe flooding on a more frequent basis over the last years.
Dams, displacement, and the delusion of development; Cahora Bassa and its legacies in Mozambique, 1965-2007.
The Tete province is also home to southern Africa's largest source of hydro-electric power, the 2,075 megawatt Cahora Bassa dam.
Meanwhile, Cahora Bassa hydroelectric CEO Antonio Muxanga told reporters that transmission lines carrying electricity to South Africa were under threat and could collapse at any time.