Many of the hills between the Kafue and Loangwa have their sides of the form seen in mud banks left by the tide.
In 1905 they also opened one at Nambala, about seventy-five miles north of the Kafue.
When beyond the Kafue the camp was attacked by the Mashukulumbwe, and Holub was obliged to retrace his steps.
In descending the Zambesi, we encounter the great river Kafue, which flows from the north.
The Kafue, hardly smaller than the Zambesi itself, comes into it from the north.
Near this place the brethren crossed the broad Kafue River and proceeded in a northwesternly direction toward the railroad.
I've seen you do it often enough when we hunted kudu on the Kafue.'
On the north we have mountains appearing above the horizon, which are said to be on the banks of the Kafue.
The party now directed their course to the Zambesi near its confluence with the Kafue.
His village is situated at the bottom of ranges through which the Kafue finds a passage, and close to the bank of that river.