Zimbabwe’s worst drought for 100 years slows Victoria Falls to a trickle

The Telegraph | Dec 7, 2019 at 3:12 PM
  • For decades Victoria Falls, where southern Africa’s Zambezi river cascade down 100 metres into a gash in the earth, have drawn millions of holidaymakers to Zimbabwe and Zambia for their stunning views.
  • Water flow is low in others.
  • Richard Beilfuss, head of the International Crane Foundation, who has studied the Zambezi for the past three decades, thinks climate change is delaying the monsoon, “concentrating rain in bigger events which are then much harder to store, and a much longer, excruciating dry season”.