Tuliswayo Muteba from Zambia studies environmental management in Livingstone. Born close to Victoria Falls, she sees daily how the forests close to the World Natural Heritage site are damaged and cut down.
An overly inquisitive baboon has triggered a power cut in a Zambian town near Victoria Falls. The animal suffered an electric shock, but survived the incident that experts say would have killed a human.
Victoria Falls – or Mosi-oa-Tunya, meaning “smoke that thunders” – is over 100 meters high and generates electricity for Zimbabwe and Zambia. But in recent years drought has reduced its incredible power.
Born in the mist of the Victoria Falls, Tuliswayo Muteba sees how the forests close to the World Natural Heritage site are damaged. With great passion, the 26-year-old teaches the youth about the value of nature.
Born in the mist of the Victoria Falls, Tuliswayo Muteba has witnessed the destruction of nearby forests. With great passion she teaches the younger generation about the value of nature.
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