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Bridging Waters 2: Shifting Borders (Zambezi)

Created on 28 January 2015
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What would you do if you woke up one morning and discovered that the borders have changed?

In the northern reaches of Southern Africa’s biggest river basin, the Zambezi River Basin, lies the Songwe River, which forms the border between Tanzania and Malawi.

This meandering river shifts its course with the annual floods, leaving some residents without land and the international border having shifted. For Hosea, this has resulted in an identity crisis. Join him as he sets off to answer the age old question; ‘Who am I?’

More info: www.bridgingwaters.com
Produced by: FOP films for SADC
Language: English subtitles
Year: 2014
Region: Southern Africa



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