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The dispossession of the Veekuhane


Chief Sinvula fears for his people as land dispute with settlers arise

Just a month since his coronation on the 11th of December, 2021, Veekuhane (Subiya) tribal leader, Munitenge Liswani Sinvula III is a worried man.

The former school teacher who took the reins from his father Munitenge Moffat Maiba Sinvula, ending his impressive 53-year reign says he's worried about the sale of land in his expansive territory.

Sinvula III rules over the four villages of Kavimba, Parakarungu, Mabele and Satau in the Chobe District.

In an exclusive interview with The Voice, the royal said that sale...

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