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Thamalakane River to start flowing next month.

Tourists in Daunara
Tourists in Daunara

“The river might dry before we enjoy it”-Maun poler

Ngamilanders have waited with bated breath for the Thamalakane River to start flowing again.

Last year, very little rainfall and drought caused the river which is a source of livelihood for Maun village to dry up.

For months on end villagers kept watch of the flow of the river all the way from Angola, through Namibia to the tributaries of the Okavango Delta where it is currently reported to be at.

Villagers and tourist 's excitement was however dampened by the announcement of a 28- day lockdown to fight corona virus Pandemic last...

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