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De Hoop Dam 等几个南非的地名,有人知道么,谢谢 [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2008-3-17 20:25:34 |Display all floors
The plant would go online on completion of the R9-billion De Hoop Dam, presently being constructed at Ga-Magolego village near Burgersfort.

这里有三个地名,我对南非实在不熟悉,哪位知识渊博的大虾能够告诉我一下这几个地名的译名么?万分感谢!

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Post time 2008-3-17 20:31:36 |Display all floors
Originally posted by taro520 at 2008-3-17 20:25
The plant would go online on completion of the R9-billion De Hoop Dam, presently being constructed at Ga-Magolego village near Burgersfort.

这里有三个地名,我对南非实在不熟悉,哪位知识渊博的大虾 ...


兄弟,如果GOOGLE找不到,就您不要浪费您的时间了。我打赌9毛钱,没有人会知道的。
Talk in English rather than talking about English.

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Post time 2008-3-18 07:57:11 |Display all floors
Burgersfort:伯格斯福特

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Post time 2008-3-18 09:17:47 |Display all floors
Burgersfort:伯格斯福特

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Post time 2008-3-18 09:24:29 |Display all floors
De Hoop Dam:De Hoop坝
当然,如果你非要译成中文,不妨处理成:德胡普坝

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Post time 2008-3-18 09:25:58 |Display all floors
Nod for Limpopo's De Hoop dam

11 June 2004

The government has approved the construction of the second phase of the Olifants River Water Project, which includes a large dam at De Hoop on the Steelpoort river in Limpopo province.

The project, which will cost over R3-billion, will also involve construction of extensive bulk water distribution infrastructure, in the form of pipelines and pump stations, and the raising of the Flag Boshielo Dam wall on the Olifants River near Marble Hall by five metres.

Construction on the De Hoop dam is due to start in late 2005, subject to the necessary environmental approvals. The dam is expected to start supplying water by 2009, with the full yield by 2011.

The project, to be carried out by the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, will supply water for social and economic development in large parts of the Olifants and Mogalakwena/Sand Catchments of the Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces.

"People in these areas will benefit directly through employment opportunities in mining and associated developments, and also in the availability of water for domestic purposes", said Water Affairs and Forestry Minister Buyelwa Sonjica.

The project also includes pipelines and associated pump stations from the dam site at De Hoop to mining developments as well as to the existing Olifants/Sand Transfer Scheme, which supplies water to Polokwane. A branch pipeline to Jane Furse and the Nebo Plateau is also being planned.

The project will create extensive employment opportunities during the construction period, which is expected to last about five years.

Sonjica described the project as "an excellent example of cooperative governance", saying her department and the Limpopo and Mpumalanga provincial governments, in consultation with local communities and private sector companies, had investigated numerous options for making more water available in the area before recommending the dam at De Hoop.

The minister said the construction costs would in part be covered through contributions from economic water users, while the government would fund the planning, initial design and water for social needs.

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Post time 2008-3-19 12:14:32 |Display all floors
3x a lot!
you are very nice.

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