Pangani


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Pangani

 

a river in Tanzania, in East Africa. It is 400 km long. Originating on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro, it flows into the Indian Ocean. The Pangani has many rapids. Freshets occur during the summer rainy season, which lasts from November through April. The river is navigable to a distance of 40 km from the mouth, near which the city of Pangani is located.

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She was humiliated and angry--it was long before she would admit it, that she, who prided herself upon her woodcraft, was lost in this little patch of country between the Pangani and the Tanga railway.
Later she had been warned from this road by word that a strong British patrol had come down the west bank of the Pangani, effected a crossing south of her, and was even then marching on the railway at Tonda.
It is at the banks of Nairobi River in Pangani where Maina used to bathe, wash his only trouser and shirt before putting them on again.
The girls' category staged low scoring matches with Pangani beating St.
I visited Pangani with its Arabic and German colonial buildings.
Managing Basin Interdependencies in a Heterogeneous, Highly Utilized and Data Scarce River Basin in Semi-Arid Africa: The Case of the Pangani River Basin, Eastern Africa
Water from the mountain feeds one of Tanzania's largest rivers, the Pangani, providing food, fuel and building materials to much of East Africa.
Calmer than the Magic Kingdom, it offers both experiences for animal watching (the gorillas on the Pangani Forest Exploration Trail were a highlight) and thrills and chills (Expedition Everest is a gasp-inducing roller coaster).
Each man was witness to the War's effects in the lower Pangani River Valley in the northeastern corner of the colony.
Luzango Pangani Mfupe earned his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Electrical Engineering at T shwane University of T echnology in Pretoria, South Africa.
Furthermore, historical accounts from Pumwani and Pangani (other African settlements in the Nairobi area) indicate that transactional sex was common in other settlements prior to the 1930s (Bujra, 1975; White, 1986).