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Africa, Islands & Beyond

Zimbabwe Bans Foreign Currency

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has made the Zimbabwean dollar the sole currency for legal tender purposes.

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Africa, Islands & Beyond

Botswana lifts hunting ban on elephants. How will this affect tourism?

Botswana lifts hunting ban on elephants, Will this have an affect on its tourism industry?

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First electric safari vehicle launches in the Timbavati

Makanyi Private Game Lodge has gone green and has become the first lodge in the Timbavati, part of the world famous Greater Kruger Park, to make use of an electric safari vehicle.

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Africa, Islands & Beyond

Escaped Karoo lion finally darted and captured. Sleeps it off in a police cell

After a month of exploring the countryside, stopping for 'padkos' along the way and generally keeping authorities on their feet, the lion missing from the Karoo National Park has been captured. Like any naughty outlaw, he was sleeping it all off in a police cell, sure to be affronted upon waking that his freedom had [...]
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Botswana to join Univisa countries Zimbabwe and Zambia

Botswana committed to joining Zimbabwe and Zambia by making use of the Univisa system…

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Africa, Islands & Beyond

BBC Dynasties – The Painted Wolves of Mana Pools National Park

BBC One released its fourth episode of their critically acclaimed series Dynasties last Sunday. Prepare yourself for the Painted Wolves of Mana Pools National Park

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Africa, Islands & Beyond

[Watch] Our Epic Expedition To The Okavango Delta

In late April we embarked on one of our annual exploratory trips to the Okavango Delta to visit some new, and well established, safari lodges and camps.

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Africa, Islands & Beyond

[Watch] Snowboarders Take On Matroosberg Outside Of Cape Town

Sounds unlikely right? A videographer takes 2 friends, a drone and snowboards into Matroosberg Nature Reserve to carve up the biggest dump of snowfall in South Africa in 10 years!

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Africa, Islands & Beyond

Eco-Scamming: Making A Killing On Kindness

While many good people and fine organisations raise public funds to support conservation, there are others who use conservation issues to raise money for themselves….

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