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What is STEM and Why African Parents Should Care

The world is changing on the continent of Africa, the incorporation of technology will not stop, the integration of technology in homes is changing how people communicate on dynamic African [...]

The Sea Gypsy Restaurant Mossel Bay (Garden Route, South Africa)

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Naiobi Loses An EYE Part 2 | The Lion Whisperer

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Safari service with a smile!

Nestled in the northern end of Maputaland, lies Tembe Elephant Park, a unique community run safari lodge co-owned and managed by the Tembe Tribal community. Read more › The post [...]

Gorge Cottage, Augrabies: best view in South Africa

​By Roxanne Reid. If you want to stay in a cottage with one of the best views in South Africa, head for Oranjekom viewpoint in the Augrabies Falls National Park in [...]

Leopard Learns Lesson From 2 Porcupines

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Video: elephant gets a second chance at life

Elephants in Laikipia have come into the firing line on many occasions with over 20 killed in recent months and many more injured. Many do not make it, but sometimes [...]

Afrophobia in South Africa: It doesn’t matter if you’re a citizen

Now more than ever, Africans across the continent have labelled South Africa as an afrophobic country. The 2010, 2015 and recent 2017 xenophobic attacks, primarily carried out on African foreign [...]

5 Places to Experience Cape Town without Breaking the Bank

Traveling to Cape Town is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Explore regions that not many people have access to, and dive into one of the world’s most beautiful and [...]

Six Swahili food dishes you won’t want to miss!

Swahili cuisine is tasty, filling and plentiful. Here are six Swahili dishes you won’t want to miss on your travels in Tanzania. Read more › The post Six Swahili food [...]

Lone buffalo bull enjoys a soothing mud bath

Preferring dense habitat, such as reeds and thickets, buffalos are rarely seen in the open woodland. Fortunately, luck was on their side when guests had a fantastic sighting while out [...]

The top ten must-see primates of Uganda

Did you know that while on a safari in Uganda, every day is a primate day? Find out why Uganda is arguably the primate capital of the world. Read more [...]

360 Video of close encounter with 7 Rhino’s – Photos of Africa

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Naiobi Needs Eye SURGERY! Part 1 | The Lion Whisperer

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Rare sighting: hyena cubs spotted on game drive

Each one of the Greater Kruger National Park’s remarkable animals has a set of unique characteristics and hyena are no different. At Senalala Luxury Safari Camp we were fortunate enough [...]

94 on Rodger Guest House Accommodation (Mossel Bay, South Africa)

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10 Questions with Jacqui Sebageni of Thousand Hills Africa, Rwanda

When you first meet Kigali-based Jacqui Sebageni you are immediately stuck by her elegance and how tall she is. Dig a bit deeper though and you’ll discover that she’s also [...]

Why Ruaha?

A trip to the Ruaha National Park is an exhilarating adventure into the unknown.  Very few other wildernesses in Africa can convey the sheer isolation and expanse of land that [...]

15 things to do at Mokala National Park

By Roxanne Reid. Mokala is a malaria-free park that lies off the N12 about 75 kilometres southwest of Kimberley – a perfect stopover between Cape Town and Johannesburg. But don’t [...]