The Kasai and its tributaries are navigable for over 1500 m. by steamer.
Somebody had told him at Kinshassa that the Kasai country teemed with cannibals.
There is but one opinion among the Balonda respecting the Kasai and Quango.
I am not exaggerating when I say that the Kasai in places is alive with them.
But one very important case, in addition to those given above and in the article on Kasai, remains for notice.
The Kasai, although 1,500 miles in length, is narrower and more pugnacious.
After spreading the gospel in China and elsewhere, they settled down in this lonely spot on the Kasai River.
It looked as though every animal in the Kasai had met there to hold a dance.
One was to go in an automobile through the jungle, and the other by boat down the Kasai.
The Kasai and its many tributaries cover a very large part of the Congo basin.