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The only African wildlife resources you will ever need

  While there are certainly other good online sources out there (feel free to share your favorites in the comments section), the following African wildlife list is a great starting point. It provides some of the most popular and trusted African wildlife resources currently available on the Internet! Enjoy and happy exploring! 😉 CAMERAS + […]

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Hercules the Elephant survives lion attack

Most spectacular African Wildlife videos

There’s a lot of great African wildlife videos out there, but the ones you’re about to see are nothing less than spectacular (definitely some of the best in the past few years)! Enjoy and feel free to add your selection to the list! 😉 1. Escape Plan The following has to be one of the […]

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Sinister side of SA’s tourism industry

Guest Post by Chris Mercer “A South African Tourist industry with a sinister side” – Clarissa Ward, presenter for CBS News respected TV show 60 Minutes. Watch this 14-minute segment to learn why lion cub petting is ‘sinister.’ As a travel agent/tour operator, you have a particular responsibility to promote responsible tourism. Promoting ethical tourism […]

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“Magic wand” question

Jambo rafiki! In today’s post I am asking for your “help”! Yes, you heard me right…though it will only take a few minutes of your time I promise! It’s very important: I need you to help me “help” YOU! Confused? Watch the following video and you should understand what I’m talking about… 😉 To recap, […]

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Work in progress

Work in progress

Jambo rafiki! If you’ve been on the website lately, you may have noticed that things don’t necessarily “look” as they should! Different colours, menus, fonts, unusual layouts, messy overall design, etc. “Chillax max”…work is in progress! 😉 We are currently testing some new layout designs to see which ones improve user experience and other metrics! […]

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Happy holidays to all “Africa Freaks”

Jambo rafiki! For this year’s Season’s Greetings I thought I’d do something a “little different”! 😉 Hope you enjoy the video and have a miraculous, eventful and joyous festive season filled with love, smiles and fun! See ya in 2015 for some great changes on Africa Freak (and you’ll be a big part of it)! […]

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Wouldn’t it be nice if…

Jambo rafiki! 😉 Wouldn’t it be nice if…you could customize Africa Freak Top to your liking (for those of you who don’t know what I’m talking about, you can find the details here)? In other words, imagine the following: – A website platform that collects, organizes and shares all the top news and stories from […]

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Top 5 reasons to use Africa Freak Top

Top 5 reasons to use Africa Freak Top

If you aren’t familiar with Africa Freak Top yet, you may be interested in my previous entry on how to keep up with what is happening in Africa. For those of you who might be wondering how to use Africa Freak Top, here’s 5 key reasons to get you started: 1. Enhanced Online Reading Experience […]

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Africa Freak Blog New Look - October 2014

Change is in the air

Jambo rafiki! As you may have noticed, change is in the air and the Africa Freak Blog is undergoing a little “facelift”! Hopefully the new homepage will provide a better navigation experience, especially if you are one of those mobile “freaks” as the blog design is now fully responsive (mobile-friendly). What do you think of […]

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SaveInongwe Campaign Acacia Africa Truck

Help us #SaveInongwe

Recently we celebrated World Rhino Day. An annual event held on 22 September, the date brings people together from across the globe in a bid to save these loveable members of the Big Five. Sadly, the facts speak for themselves: over 1,000 of South Africa’s rhinos killed by poachers in 2013. This year the story […]

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Mum and elephant calf by Les Churchman

How to reconnect with the African Elephant

Guest Post by Les Churchman It’s taken me a long time to understand elephants even a little! Like most people of my generation I grew up occasionally seeing them performing in a circus, zoo or wildlife park. I didn’t enjoy these sad spectacles so later in life I watched every documentary I could to learn […]

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