Zambezi River brings floods and fish

Zambezi River brings floods and fish

Flooding of the Zambezi River has now crossed the Bukalo Bridge and is well on its way to Lake Liambezi, as the Zambezi continues to overflow its banks.
The Zambezi river originates from the swampy wetlands in Angola , the river flows 2 736 kilometres across the continent to the Indian Ocean.
Namibia benefits from the river in the Zambezi Region where it forms the border between Namibia and Zambia.
Although the flooded Zambezi river has devastating effects, such as displacing already destitute rural communities and schools, it also brings more fish and an increased water supply.