CHOBE

AcronymDefinition
CHOBECharterer's Option Both Ends (shipping)
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On other issues, the Chobe Legislator informed residents that the government had heeded their plea to increase silos in Pandamatenga, saying six more would be constructed as the current three silos were not enough for the farms' harvest.
Travel info: African Pride has a week's full-board at the Chobe Game Lodge for pounds 1,730, with flights to Harare and Victoria Falls, before 31 May; call 01904-541000.
Tourist numbers have been boosted by Air Botswana, which in 1996 increased its flights out of Johannesburg and Gaborone to Maun in the Okavango, Kasane in Chobe National Park, and Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.
Chobe prospective parliamentary candidate, Mr Machana Shamukuni, said this when the party launched him and prospective council candidates in Kasane on August 22.
The Burtons, divorced last year after 10 years of marriage, were reconciled in August and have been spending a 'second honeymoon' in Botswana's Chobe Game Park.
Visitors to the Okavango and Chobe with enough time can also visit several other wildlife centres.
The Chobe legislator said the shortage of laboratories had been addressed at both Liswaani and Chobe junior secondary schools, adding that six more additional classrooms had been built at Chobe junior.
The Chobe Park Management Plan aims to open up new areas of the Park for tourism camps with improvements to the road network.
The Chobe legislator encouraged residents to refrain from selling ploughing fields, addiong that they should take advantage of the new legislation to start businesses such as camp sites and horticulture.
Kgosi Gokgathang Moalosi concurred that the road was busy and needed to be repaired to enable tourists visiting Chobe and Moremi game reserves to utilise it.
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This followed an outcry that Chobe District, despite being the country's food basket, the farming community continued to be threatened by wildlife existence, particularly elephants.