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5 Things To Do In Mutare, Zimbabwe

Mutare sits in Zimbabwe’s Eastern Highlands in the province of Manicaland. On the doorstep of the Bvumba mountains, and Nyanga, known for waterfalls, streams, forests, and hiking, the city is often selected as a stopover by travellers

Lockdown Level 4 Devastating For Ashbourne House, Franschhoek

Lockdown Level 4 Devastating For Ashbourne House, Franschhoek

Lockdown Level 4 came into effect on June 28, 2021. In fact, the previous lockdowns really hurt the hospitality trade. Things just started looking up when South Africa briefly transitioned back to Level 1 in February this year. By then it was too late for many people in the hospitality trade. Now, with fast reversals […]

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Against The Grain Coffee In BoKaap Cape Town For Tasty Bagels

Against The Grain Coffee Co slams up against a lot of hot competition when it comes to popular coffee shops in Cape Town. However, it already made a name for itself with people who enjoy Halal food and Cape Malay cuisine. In fact, their bagels come highly recommended. Additionally, they were nominated for the Coffee […]

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7 Little Johnstons Exclusive: Trent Appears On First Class Fatherhood

7 Little Johnstons on TLC gathers viewers from all over the world, even from South Africa. The UK and Africa might trail by a season or so. The same goes for other shows like Little People, Big World, and 90 Day Fiance. But eventually, everyone who follows the show sees it play out on their […]

Travelling in Africa Recommended Books For Your Wilderness Trip

Travelling in Africa: Recommended Books For Your Wilderness Trip

Travelling in Africa seems like a dream for many people who live outside the continent. However, it’s a great destination for everyone to explore, including domestic explorers. While the coronavirus limits travel at moment, most people hope that one day soon, they can get out and about on adventures. Whether you visit Botswana, South Africa, […]

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Covid-19 Vaccinations: Are They Mandatory In South Africa Now?

Covid-19 vaccinations in South Africa begin phase 2 for people over 60 on May 17th, but is it mandatory? An email from a large medical aid company might confuse some of the elderly who received a notification about it. So, we looked into it to find out if it’s mandatory. Covid-19 vaccinations were once thought […]

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Should South Africa Be Renamed Soshanguve Or Kopanong?

South Africa experienced a rash of people banned or suspended from Twitter in February. However, enough people remain on the platform to make weekends or slow Mondays entertaining. Simply Vido, a fellow of the Africa Leadership Initiative and the Aspen Global Leadership Network threw out a question about changing the name of the country. The […]

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Ubuntu Wildlife Relocates To Mossel Bay Thanks To Generous Donor

Ubuntu Wildlife Sanctuary struggles with meeting their monthly budget to help safeguard their big cats during covid-19. Now, they relocate from the North West Province in South Africa to the Mossel Bay area in the Cape. Thanks to a generous donor, they now safeguard the future of the animals on their own land. However, transport […]

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Big Cats At Ubuntu Wildlife Sanctuary Need Help With Funding

Big cats find a home with Ubuntu Wildlife Sanctuary. However, the sanctuary relies totally on donations and their International Volunteer program for funding. Unfortunately, with the coronavirus pandemic restrictions, most of the volunteers fell away. So, the COVID-19 pandemic means the sanctuary takes a lot of strain with its budget. Many people don’t like the […]

Painted Dog Conservation Org Partners With Political Animal Lobby

Painted Dog Conservation Org Partners With Political Animal Lobby

The Painted Dog Conservation organization operates in Zimbabwe. They try saving the last remaining wild dogs in the region. Declining to about 6,500 left in the wild, the dogs face an uncertain future, especially those in Hwange National Park. Alarming numbers of snares in surrounding areas mean more animals become injured, or orphaned. So, Political […]


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