Wild Zambezi – The battle for our world’s last nature strongholds has begun

                       Watch trailer HERE

June is Environmental Month and one way to celebrate is by watching the 4-part docu-series Wild Zambezi at select Ster Kinekor Cinemas. It will be screened on Sundays and Tuesdays from June 9th through July 2nd,and narrated by Dr John Kani, ahead of the public screenings beginning the Sunday thereafter. I m also giving away double tickets to the premiere on June 5th at Cinema nouveau- just email me. 

The documentary focuses on protecting the Lower Zambezi National Park in Zambia, one of Africa’s most pristine wilderness areas. However, it faces threats from a proposed copper mine within its boundaries. This mine endangers the park’s wildlife, tourism, and the Zambezi River. It also threatens neighboring protected areas.

For over a decade, Zambian ecologist David Ngwenyama has fought the mine legally, highlighting the urgent need to safeguard Zambia’s natural heritage. The documentary raises important questions about protecting Africa’s national parks and wildlife for future generations.

 

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