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Kariba

Lake
a lake on the Zambia-Zimbabwe border, created by the building of the Kariba Dam across the Zambezi for hydroelectric power. Length: 282 km (175 miles)
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In Kariba, poachers laced oranges with cyanide, she said, while in Hwange the poison was put on salt licks.
At the usually reliable Kariba power station, generation was recently reduced from 700 MW by about 300 MW following the reduction of water levels in the lake blamed on drought.
African Business spoke to a number of engineers involved in the dam project, who were unanimous in their opinion that without quick action, Kariba will fail.
A man in the same suburb of Kariba was mauled to death a week ago, police said.
The 42-year-old, a managing partner at the Donegal Animal Hospital in Letterkenny, first became involved with the Kariba Crocodile Farm last year after they approached him.
Nearly 50 years on from the flooding of the Zambezi Valley by the then colonial Northern and Southern Rhodesian governments, through the Kariba dam hydroelectric power project, and contemporary conservationists' predictions of ecological disaster have at least partially come to pass.
Kariba was bought for Emma by her dad eight years ago.
development of the Kariba Amethyst Mine and the Jagoda Pink Tourmaline Mine.
The pounds 30million cargo of BMWs, Saabs and Volvos were lost after Norwegian car- carrier the Tricolor collided with container ship the Kariba 30 miles east of Ramsgate.
The Tricolor collided with the container ship Kariba 30 miles east of Ramsgate.
The Tricolor - which had picked up its cargo in Zeebrugge - hit the Bahamas-registered container ship Kariba which was taking containers from Antwerp to Le Havre in France.
Initially operating between Johannesburg, Harare and Bulawayo, the airline will commence domestic services between Harare, Bulawayo, Kariba and Victoria Falls in early 2002.