Border zones are fascinating places, and the area around the Zimbabwe-Zambia border at Victoria Falls is no exception. The two countries are connected by a 110 year-old bridge spanning a gorge over the Zambezi River, just downstream of the falls. Vehicle traffic lines up on either side of the border post: trucks carrying copper from the Democratic Republic of Congo to the South African port of Durban, and machinery and consumer goods northward.
In September 2014, I walked across the bridge with my video camera. This film shows some of what I saw, heard, and learned along the way.