Zambezian

Zambezian

(zæmˈbiːzɪən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to the Zambezi River
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Archaeologists, museum scholars, and related researchers present research findings and theoretical arguments on the Southern Zambezian past.
Zambezian Rifts: Sediment Archives in Gondwana's Rift Valleys
After a magical day at Machangulo, you can have a delicious culinary experience in the care of Chef Haley Weston, who creates modern interpretations of traditional Mozambican cuisine such as Zambezian Style Chicken, with "matapa" (spinach cooked with coconut milk & peanut powder), butternut fritter, matchstick potatoes & caramelised onion puree.
After a magical day at Machangulo, you can tuck into a delicious culinary experience in the care of chef Haley Weston who creates modern interpretations of traditional Mozambican cuisine such as Zambezian Style Chicken with "matapa"(spinach cooked with coconut milk and peanut powder), butternut fritters, matchstick potatoes and caramelised onion puree.
Though we must also be careful of the flip side as a Zambezian vocational trainer mentioned: "I dislike my culture because in respecting our elders it has made it difficult to communicate with them on especially the most sensitive issues we are going through.
Kusimba (2008) 'Pathways to social complexity and state formation in the southern Zambezian region', African Archaeological Review 25 (3-4): 131-52.
Degreef J, Malaisse F, Rammeloo J and E Baudart Edible mushrooms of the Zambezian woodland area: A nutritional and ecological approach.
We predict that in the south the species inhabits Maputaland coastal forests into Mozambique, but that further north in tropical southern Africa, it continues inland into the adjacent ecoregion (the Zambezian and Mopane woodlands) as far north as Malawi.
The Zimbabwe Culture: Origins and Decline in Southern Zambezian States.