Kalemie


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Ka•le•mie

(kəˈleɪ mi)

n.
a city in the E Democratic Republic of the Congo, on Lake Tanganyika. 172,297. Formerly, Albertville.
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Hot spot health zones constituting the lakeside cities of Goma (North Kivu) and Kalemie (Tanganyika) were first to report increasing case numbers, followed by adjacent non-hot spot health zones.
For two cities Fizi and Kalemie, schools and churches are being built thanks to support from Korean churches and other donators.
Casa is a private Mauritian registered company that is the 71.25% owner and operator of the Misisi Gold Project located in South Kivu, eastern DRC, approximately 350km south of Bukavu and 180km north of Kalemie.
In a separate exchange, further south in Northern Katanga, in Kalemie, a regional leader of the Kitawalist church, Kabanga Kamalondo, explained the significance of women in the history of the church as follows:
The accident took place Thursday night in the north of Katanga province, between the towns of Moba and Kalemie. Strong winds Officials said strong winds and overloading caused the M/V Mutambala, which was bound for Uvira further north in South Kivu province, to capsize.
Under the Inga I refurbishment framework, the SNEL also recently bought 24 electrical transfbrmers from Zimbabwe, varying in capacity between 500 and 630 kVA, to improve electricity supply in Katanga, mainly in Lubumbashi, Likasi, Kolwezi and Kalemie. A purchase of 25 other electrical transformers is also on the cards.
Between 1998 and 2005, 41,225 acts of sexual assaults against women were reported in South Kivu, Maniema, Goma, and Kalemie (World Health Organization, 2005).
Towns slip by in a sometimes disjointed blur of postcolonial decay--Kabambarre, Kalemie, Kasongo, Kisangani--as Butcher downs antimalarial pills and hopes he has enough boiled water to get him through the next leg of the journey.
Jean-Donne Owali told The Associated Press by telephone that two people died from quake injuries in his clinic in lakeside Kalemie, 55 kilometers from the epicenter.