Synonyms for kazungula or Related words with kazungula

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Examples of "kazungula"
Kazungula is the site of border crossings to the town in Zambia, also called Kazungula, across the Zambezi by the Kazungula Ferry, and to Zimbabwe at the Kazungula Road crossing.
The border post between Zimbabwe and Botswana, (by road) south-east of the Kazungula Ferry, is also called Kazungula.
Kazungula Bridge is a road and rail bridge under construction over the Zambezi River between the countries of Zambia and Botswana at Kazungula.
Kazungula is home to the Kazungula Ferry across the wide river to Kazungula in Botswana, east of the town of Kasane, one of the largest ferries in the region with a capacity of . A bridge is to replace it; the ground-breaking ceremony was held on 12 September 2014.
The Kazungula Ferry is a pontoon ferry across the wide Zambezi River between Botswana and Zambia. It is one of the largest ferries in south-central Africa, having a capacity of . The service is provided by two motorised pontoons and operates between border posts at Kazungula, Zambia and Kazungula, Botswana.
Kazungula is a small border post settlement in Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe close to Botswana, Namibia and Zambia. Just to the west is the Botswana border village of Kazungula, from where there is a ferry service for vehicles across the Zambezi River to the town in Zambia also called Kazungula.
Kazungula District is a district of Zambia, located in Southern Province. The capital lies at Kazungula. As of the 2000 Zambian Census, the district had a population of 68,265 people.
The Chobe River, which divides Namibia and Botswana, enters the Zambezi near Kazungula.
Kazungula is linked by a tarred road to Victoria Falls, 70 km east.
Kazungula may refer to one of several adjacent places on the Zambezi River in central Africa:
Kazungula is also headquarters of a district of Zambia of the same name.
Zimbabwe already has a bridge into Zambia at Victoria Falls, from Kazungula.
Kazungula lies just from the Livingstone-Sesheke road which connects to the Katima Mulilo Bridge linking Zambia and Namibia.
Victoria Falls is 105 km from Hwange and about 3 km from the border with Zambia where the A8 Highway ends. The P14 Highway to Kazungula runs west for 69 km to the Border Post with Botswana and Namibia. At Kazungula transit vehicles from Botswana and Namibia into Zambia are transported by a ferry across the Zambezi River.
Chobe Crocodile Farm is a great tourist attraction located approximately to the east of Kasane, in the small village of Kazungula.
The town lies on the south bank of the wide Chobe River which forms the border with the extreme tip of Namibia's Caprivi Strip. The Namibian island of Impalila lies opposite the town on the north bank of the river, and there is a border crossing by passenger ferry to Namibia. About to the east of Kasane is the village of Kazungula, where Botswana has of frontage to the Zambezi river immediately below its confluence with the Chobe River. Here the Kazungula border post serves the Kazungula Ferry crossing to Kazungula in Zambia on the north bank of the Zambezi. Nearby a second border post serves the road into Zimbabwe which runs east to Victoria Falls.
The long by wide bridge links the town of Kazungula in Zambia with Botswana and is curved to avoid the nearby borders of Zimbabwe and Namibia.
Kazungula is a small border town in the Southern Province of Zambia, lying on the north bank of the Zambezi River about west of Livingstone.
In 2011 a cluster of modern new buildings for the Lupani community school were opened in Kazungula, built by the AWF at a cost of US$250,000.
Harry Susman worked as a peddler for a few years in Cape Town, South Africa, before crossing the Zambezi (at Kazungula) with Elia to buy cattle from King Lewanika of Barotseland in 1901.