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The unfortunate reality of the fast-paced world in which we live, is that we often lose sight of what we are passionate about in life. Few people are able to describe what their passion in [...]

Guided by Goodman: Savuti’s Stellar Storyteller

To find a person with intimate knowledge, endless respect and profound love for our environment is quite unique. I had the privilege of meeting such a fella last week…

The link between Alcohol and Mental health in Malawi

Sometimes you get a feeling that Malawi is a country in a permanent state of socio-political and economic crisis; from newspaper headlines, political speeches to random chats on social media [...]

African American and African Children Should Be Blogging

The inclusion of technology especially the explosion of wireless technologies provide African American and African children a great opportunity to share their voices. No time in human history has the human voice been [...]

Video: Protecting Maasai cattle

The importance of the Maasai’s livestock is mirrored in the way their homestead is constructed, with the cattle enclosure positioned in the centre of it.

Southern African Wildlife College Learner Certification Ceremony

Lisa Witherden attended this year’s Learner Certification Ceremony in Hoedspruit where Children in the Wilderness students were awarded for their course work at the Southern African Wildlife College.

Benny the elephant and Mike – a touching African story

When the dry season sets in and water is scarce, barriers blur and relationships are forged out of necessity. One such relationship is that of Benny the elephant and Mike [...]

“Fake News” and Internet Shutdowns in Africa – What is to be Done?

In 2016 after attending my first Re:publica, a techie conference in Berlin, I wrote of a need for Africa to have what I called a “collective thinking space” where like-minded [...]

Branding Techniques for African University Students

“By the time the fool has learned the game, the players have dispersed.” Ashanti proverb Competition is tough, the fields of study in higher education need to be mapped out because competition [...]

Video: Maasai warriors water their cattle – their wealth

For the Maasai, cattle is considered extremely valuable and form an intrinsic part of their daily lives. Their cattle are at the centre of everything, providing food and materials, as [...]

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Himba: Photographing from the shadows

In 2014, I visited a Himba group in the Kunene region in Namibia as a run-of-the-mill tourist with a guide, bringing gifts to the chief to be allowed into his [...]

Sharing is caring. “We bring travellers together on safari”.

In today’s Q&A session, it’s a privilege to welcome Elisa Droll, CEO of a fabulous new venture called Safarisharing. Jambo Elisa, habari gani? It’s lovely to connect. 🙂 Before getting [...]

A love story made in Tanzania

I dreamt of him, and of what would await me at his home, his boma, where he lived with his entire family. Nerve-wracking enough to visit your boyfriend’s home for [...]

A tribute to our co-founder John Parkin, a gifted teacher and pioneer in community-based conservation

The African Conservation Foundation lost a dear friend and colleague recently as our co-founder John Parkin sadly suddenly passed away, aged 72. John Parkin was a gifted teacher and after [...]

Live Guided: A Hunger for Life

Innocent is an inspiration to the world. You’re about to find out how – like him – you can “live guided” and become whatever it is that you want. « The [...]

African court’s landmark ruling gives hope to rural people across the continent

The still new African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights has issued a landmark judgement for marginalised communities across Africa. It ruled that the Kenyan government violated the rights of [...]

Dynamic African Stories Are Relevant

Based on the presentation of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (Nigerian author) through TED Talks, “The Danger of a Single Story.” African children, each child has a story, a story that defines [...]

Dynamic African Stories Are Relevant

Based on the presentation of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (Nigerian author) through TED Talks, “The Danger of a Single Story.” African children, each child has a story, a story that defines [...]

Dynamic African Stories Are Relevant

Based on the presentation of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (Nigerian author) through TED Talks, “The Danger of a Single Story.” African children, each child has a story, a story that defines [...]



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