Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A river flowing about 805 km (500 mi) through northeast South Africa, northern Swaziland, and southern Mozambique to an inlet of the Indian Ocean.

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Examples

  • Badplaas in Mpumalanga and then wends its way through the three countries in an area known as the Komati river basin, irrigating fields and providing water for households along the way until it finally runs into the Indian Ocean in Mozambique, also taking with it traces of the Sabie and Crocodile rivers.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • R64,4-billion for five years for major refurbishing at for example power stations such as Komati and Camden, as well as refurbishing transmission lines and distribution lines.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Komati says although school officials do face legal charges, many of the students were the target of U.S. immigration agents.

    Some Indian Students Caught in Middle of US Immigration Dispute

  • Hezbollah politburo member Mahmoud Komati gave the figure of 250 in an interview with The Associated Press published on December 15, 2006.

    A Privilege to Die

  • The return-to-service of previously mothballed power-stations, Camden, Grootvlei and Komati, will add a combined 3 677MW of generating capacity by 2011 and other smaller projects will produce about 2 000 MW.

    Budget Speech 2008 by the Minister of Finance, Trevor A Manuel

  • The older power stations like Camden, Grootvlei and Komati were mothballed and others like Ngagane were closed.

    ANC Today

  • The Komati and Lomati systems, in the north of the country, both originate in South Africa and flow out of Swaziland back into South Africa, before entering Mozambique;

    Water profile of Swaziland

  • Grootvlei and Komati were mothballed and others like Ngagane were closed.

    ANC Today

  • The empire grew over time to a stage where at the zenith of its success it covered the area between the Lekwe (Vaal) and the Lebepe (Limpopo) rivers, in the south and north, and the Komati river and the Kgalagadi, in the East and in the West respectively (Magubane, 1998: p127).

    A tribute to King Sekhukhune

  • Additional units from the three mothballed power stations being returned to service, Camden, Grootvlei, and Komati, will provide

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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