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Chobe’s land dilemma

CONCERNED: Chobe Land Board Chairperson Chenjekwe

*Over 4, 098ha needed for residential plots

*Over 24 000 people on the waiting list

Chobe Land Board has found itself caught between a rock and a hard place in its attempt to address a daunting task of allocation of plots.

With a waiting list that currently stands at 24 388, and the ever shrinking space and a need to balance coexistence of humans and animals, the board now has tough decisions to make.

Chobe District is made up of eight villages of Pandamatenga, Lesoma, Kazungula in the East and Mabele, Kavimba, Kachikau, Satau and Parakarungu in the west and Kasane as the Rural Ad...

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