- for the article about the river in Angola see Kafufu River (Angola)
The Kafufu or Kavu is a river of southwestern Tanzania. It flows through the Rukwa Valley, flowing between Lake Chada and emptying into Lake Rukwa. The river is deep and has a rapid flow. The Kafufu valley has significant reserves of iron and coal.
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