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(ˈkɑb weɪ)

a city in central Zambia: old mining town. 190,752. Formerly, Broken Hill.
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The arbitrary detention and torture of prisoners continued throughout the 1980s, even after Tambo had personally visited Quatro in 1987.(46) The findings of the Stuart Commission appear never to have been formally tabled before the full National Executive Committee of the ANC or presented to the ANC consultative conference at Kabwe in 1985, and the Stuart report was effectively buried until 1993.
LUSAKA, Zambia -- The Bhubesi Pride Foundation has concluded a successful 2019 tour of Kabwe in Zambia.
The exploration company said it has exercised its right to buy Kabwe Residual Rights, including the Kashitu Zinc willemite exploration prospect and the remaining 15% shares in Enviro Zambia Ltd from BMR Group PLC.
Meanwhile, Tusker has roped in Tanzanian David Tevelu from Kabwe Warriors in the Zambian league.
Eight years ago he went to Kabwe, Zambia, on what he thought would be a junket.
Heather Winder took Therese Kabwe under her wing after the mum-of-two fled her homeland to escape war.
To accelerate measles control, SVAs were conducted in four urban districts (Kabwe, Kitwe, Lusaka, and Ndola) that comprised approximately one fourth of the Zambian population.
LUSAKA, Zambia -- The Bhubesi Pride Foundation volunteers are in Kabwe, Zambia to continue conducting their youth rugby developmental work in selected Schools and Communities.