1976O. LevinsonStory of Namibia 64Kavango was the most fortunate of the homelands as far as water was concerned...Timber is a promising industry with the beautiful ‘dolf’ and ‘usivi’ (chivi) trees.
1979S. Afr. Digest 16 Nov. 3A sawmill at Rundu, built to help conserve indigenous trees and supply wood to the local carving industry...Only Dolf wood,..Rhodesian teak and usivi (guibortia coleosperma) are used.
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