Ghana, Mali, Songhai
Thé three large african kingdoms in Southampton of Sahara is Ghana, Mali, ans songhay
Apart from what it has always provided, it supplies a large amount of hydro-electricity.
Yes. Many African nations have become industrialised over the past century and most, if not all African countries have electricity. Of course, large uninhabited or extremely rural areas of Africa would not have electricity. South Africa is the country in Africa that produces and consumes the most electricity.
Ghana is 238,535 km2
The Niagara River supplies the Northeast with a large amount of power supply for electricity.
The harmful brine can get into the precious chicken supplies and therefore harm a large majority of the african people.
A large plant eating African mammal is the African Elephant
What artery supplies the distal area of the large intestine? Inferior Mesenteric
Ghana, Mali, and Sohgai.
Southern African Large Telescope was created in 2005.
Nyala is a large African antelope that begins with an 'N.'
Elephants are large animals and they are found in the South African Rain Forests
The capital city of Ghana is Accra. Accra is a large city with a population around 2.269 million with a population density of 24,836 residents square mile.== ==Accra
how did ghana kings govern such a large empire? Whoever posted that, is INCORRECT! The correct answer would be: They allowed people in other territories to choose their own leaders. HOPE I HELPED. :) ~Bethany Gladish:)
Electricity will probably be knocked out across a large area when a hurricane hits.
no..silican cannot produce electricity in large quantity's because of the material its made up off
It's the: Lake Volta
is south African government abnormally large or its role should be increased
All large plant-eating African mammals eat plants.
One may purchase ostomy supplies at Walgreens. Walgreens has a large selection of ostomy supplies at fair prices. Also, Walgreens are usually in a close proximity of people in need of ostomy supplies.
Electricity produced from water is also known as Hydro electricity. In this form of electricity production large turbines are run with the force of water to produce electricity.
No, most electricity comes from hydro-- e.g. from water held in large dams.