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Cabora Bassa & the struggle for Southern Africa.
World Council of Churches. Programme to Combat Racism.
1971 in [Geneva .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||TC558.M32 C38 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||78308244|
Cabora Bassa has a surface area of 1, sq. miles (2, sq. km., a maximum depth of ft. ( m.) and a mean depth of ft. ( m.). Like Kariba, Cabora Bassa is utilized as a source of water, for navigation and transportation, fishing and power generation. LUSAKA, Zambia — There are some who believe that the struggle for black rights in southern Africa will someday erupt into the nightmare of a full‐scale bloody race war. INVICTUS Energy, the Australian company that is scouring Zimbabwe's northeastern front for potentially lucrative oil or gas endowments, says it has inched closer to inking a crucial production. Latest news updates from Slugcatcher: the leading oil and gas column. Read insights into oil news and LNG surrounding Australia and g: Southern Africa.
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Programme to Combat Racism: Very Good Soft cover () | Joseph Burridge Books. Cabora Bassa & The Struggle for Southern Africa Author/Creator World Council of Churches (WCC) Publisher World Council of Churches Date Resource type Pamphlets Language English Subject Coverage (spatial) South Africa, Portugal, Mozambique, United Kingdom, Western Europe (region) Coverage (temporal) - Source AAM Archive.
Cabora Bassa & The Struggle for Southern Africa. Repository. Bodleian Library, University of Oxford. Collection. Anti-Apartheid Movement Collection.
Author. World Council of Churches (WCC) Analysis of significance of Cabora Bassa dam and campaign against British companies involved in its construction. Format extent (length/size) 44 pages.
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World Council of Churches. Programme to Combat Racism. title. Cabora Bassa & the struggle for Southern Africa. imprint [Geneva, ?] general note. Cover. World Council of Churches. Good with no dust jacket. Paperback. 32 pages + (8) contains photographs, references and maps, red covers with white lettering, some wear to corners and edges, pen mark in top right corner of front cover, some pages heav.
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Cabora Bassa book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Biblioteca / Gruppo Studi Bassa Modenese Published: () The spirit of Bandung and the struggle for freedom in South Africa Published: () Christian mission and the black struggle in South Africa: A missiological assessment by: Kgatla, Selaelo Thias ca.
/ Jh. The Cahora Bassa Dam is located in is one of the three major dams on the Zambezi river system, the others being the Kariba and the Itezhi-Tezhi, the latter on the Kafue River, a tributary of the dam was finished in December after much political debate.
This dam is used to convert the Zambezi River power into electricity by turning turbines. This book looks at Mozambique's Cabora Bassa dam "as a lens through which to see southern Africa's political and economic developments as a whole." This dam, in particular, was chosen because it "offered a marvellous range of questions: its status as a development project; the difficulties of engineering, climate, transport, geography, and the problems of men working in harsh conditions in an.
|a Cabora Bassa and the struggle for Southern Africa. |a [Geneva: |b World Council of Churches, |c ] |a 40p: |b ill., maps ; |c 23 cm |a "We wish to acknowledge the work of the Dambusters Mobilising Committee of London, for its help in the preparation of this document." |a.
The Cahora Bassa lake—in the Portuguese colonial era (until ) known as Cabora Bassa, from Nyungwe Kahoura-Bassa, meaning "finish the job"—is Africa's fourth-largest artificial lake, situated in the Tete Province in Africa, only Lake Volta in Ghana, Lake Kariba, on the Zambezi upstream of Cahora Bassa, and Egypt's Lake Nasser are bigger in terms of surface water.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : WORLD COUNCIL OF CHURCHES PROGRAMME TO COMBAT RACISM. As used here, the term «Cahora Bassa» refers to the dam and the hydroelectric project, as well as the associated and complex trilateral politics and diplomacy involving Mozambique, South Africa and Portugal through the s, s and s.
Press coverage of these different aspects of the project has always been extensive. To this day the Cahora Bassa dam supplies Eskom with electricity and, which in turn, a portion of which South Africa sells back to Mozambique and other neighbouring countries.
Quick Fact: The Cahora Bassa Dam was also the first high voltage direct current transmission system operational in Africa, and the first anywhere in the world to operate.
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South Africa’s influence on the Cahora Bassa hydroelectric project was ubiquitous. In fact, without its intervention, there arguably would never have been a dam there. Pretoria provided critical start-up capital, and South African investors were instrumental in putting together ZAMCO, the consortium that funded and built the dam.
Southern African governments were also involved in an agreement stating that Portugal would build and operate a hydroelectric generating station at Cahora Bassa together with the high-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission system required to bring electricity to the border of South Africa.
South Africa, on the other hand, undertook to build and operate the Apollo converter station and part of the transmission system required to bring the electricity from the South African.
Mozambique has further cut electricity supplies to South Africa after a fault at the Cahora Bassa hydropower dam, the sub-Saharan region’s biggest.
Anonymous review of Keith Middlemas, Cabora Bassa: engineering and politics in southern Africa (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, ). Click here to view or download a PDF, size 76 kb. 26 September Cabora Bassa. Marchés Tropicaux et Méditerranéens [Paris], 26 September On the setting up of Hidroeléctrica de Cahora Bassa (HCB).
Cabora Bassa: Engineering and Politics in Southern Africa: Middlemas, Keith: : BooksAuthor: Keith Middlemas. nationalism and the desire for freedom. Wiriyamu is close by Cabora Bassa: the two names together aptly symbolize the whole struggle for southern Africa: not Portugal alone with its antiquated myth of imperial grandeur but Rhodesia.
South Africa and the mighty world. Inthe Swedish parliament endorsed a policy of direct assistance to the liberation movements in Southern Africa.
Sweden thus became the first Western country to enter into a relationship with organizations that elsewhere in the West were shunned as 'Communist' or 'terrorist'. This book traces the background to the relationship.
Presenting the actors and the factors behind the support to. Cabora Bassa: Engineering and Politics in Southern Africa: Books - Skip to main Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Account Returns & Orders.
Try. Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Hello Select your address Format: Hardcover. THE BOOKS COVERING THE ISOLATE SOUTH AFRICA COMMITTEE, THE AFRICA GROUPS OF SWEDEN, THE LABOUR MOVEMENT, THE CHURCHES AND PRACTICAL SOLIDARITY Swedish Solidarity with the Struggle for Freedom in Southern Africa.
BERNT JONSSON has worked as a journalist at newspapers, radio, Cabora Bassa – political dynamite Sweden’s two faces. The pamphlet says it is designed to be read in conjunction with Race to Power: the Struggle for Southern Africa, a book which analyzes the white power structure in Southern Africa and its bases of support among the Western powers.
Contents: Preface • Chapter One • Prelude to Armed Struggle • I. Background to Organization: Resistance • II. The Need for Organization • II. IVZ's Cabora Bassa Project. For years the Cabora Bassa Project, which comprisesacres in the most prospective part of the Cabora Bassa Basin, remained untouched and overlooked and Mobil's.
Southern Africa, southernmost region of the African continent, comprising the countries of Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
The island nation of Madagascar is excluded because of its distinct language and cultural heritage. Cabora Bassa and the Struggle for Southern Africa The huge Cabora Bassa dam project in Mozambique was a collaboration between South Africa, Rhodesia and Portugal.
The project was intended to supply electricity to South Africa. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
Cabora Bassa; engineering and politics in Southern Africa in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. The Main Karoo basin constitutes a retro-arc foreland basin, while the rest are intracratonic sag basins or rift basins. Pre-erosion thicknesses of the sedimentary succession range from o m in the southern foredeep part of the Main Karoo basin and the Cabora Bassa rift basin, to less than m in most of the subsidiary basins.
In the Cabora Bassa basin, similar gas-prone source rocks occur in the Upper Karoo (Angwa Alternations Member). These kerogen type III source rocks are widespread and predominantly immature to moderately mature.
In the southern basins, the Lower Karoo source rocks are gas-prone; in addition some have a small condensate potential. The Cahora Bassa dam was originally built to store water and control flooding but was later extended to include a hydroelectric power station which sells excess power to South Africa.
The lagoon created by the dam supports some semi-industrial fishing and a relaxing excursion for tourists travelling overland. have also received combat assistance from South African (three batallions of which are based near the proposed Cabora Bassa hydroelectric scheme) and Rhodesian troops This revolutionary struggle, which commenced on Sept.
25,takes on added significance because Southern Africa is the last bastion of. Cabora-Bassa (also spelled Cahora Bassa) is the name for an HVDC power transmission system between the Cahora Bassa Hydroelectric Generation Station in Mozambique, and Johannesberg, South bipolar HVDC power line can transmit megawatts at a voltage level of +/ kilovolts and amperes.
Thyristor valves are used, which unlike other HVDC schemes are mounted. Cabora Bassa, which was built under Portuguese colonial rule, has the potential of supplying South Africa with two million watts of electricity a day - one-tenth of the nation's demand.
alliance between Portugal, South Africa and Rhodesia was thought to be advisable. The (imputed) strategy was to erect a "white" southern African barrier against the black African liberation forces. The former President of South Africa, Verwoerd, pointed out similar conceptions.
The Cabora Bassa project was assumed to be an excellent instrument to.The violent decolonization of Portugal’s colonial empire in Africa was not fought on the battlefields of Angola, Mozambique and Guinea-Bissau alone. An important part of the African liberation movements’ struggle was the search for political and material support, which they received from independent African countries, socialist states and numerous non-state actors in the West.Cabora Bassa Definition: the site on the Zambezi River in N Mozambique of the largest dam in southern Africa | Bedeutung, Aussprache, Übersetzungen und Beispiele.