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Tricky terrain for elephants | Weekend Argus

Tricky terrain for elephants | Weekend Argus

Cape Town – There will be those who throw up their hands in horror at the idea of elephants roaming the precious wetlands of the Western Cape. These giants of the wilderness might have existed hundr of years ago in the southern tip of Africa, but those days are long ...

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The top 10 things to do in Johannesburg | Travel

1 Try braai It’s not so much a dish as a way of life: South Africans take their barbecued meat very seriously, and you haven’t done it properly until you’ve bagged an invite to a Sunday backyard session with a local. Do brush up on your Springbok knowledge (that’s the ...

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The Best River Cruises in Africa and the Americas for 2019

The Best River Cruises in Africa and the Americas for 2019

by Jane Archer, The Telegraph, February 19, 2019 If you’d like a mix adventure and wildlife from a river cruise, a sail along the Nile or a safari cruise on Lake Kariba could be the answer. Alternatively, there are many voyages in the Americas taking in culture, natural wonders, wildlife and ...

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It’s Meghan v Kate at Chelsea Flower Show

It is a problem many gardeners would recognise: your prize bloom takes pride of place until, out of nowhere, an unexpected interloper appears, thrives and overshadows it. Until this weekend the highlight of the Chelsea flower show was expected to be a family-friendly classic English garden co-designed by the Duchess ...

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Africa Top10 Lifestyle & Travel

Africa Top10 Lifestyle & Travel

Mama Rocks was started by two Kenyan-Nigerian sisters, Samantha and Natalie, who have given the ‘Gourmet Burger’ an authentic, African twist. Pioneering the food truck scene wasn’t easy, though, as Nairobi was on the cusp of regulating the innovative sector, but today their truck roams between the buzzing Alchemist Bar ...

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Botswana: The best kept African secret

Botswana: The best kept African secret

Just remember there are no fences” was the brief one-line warning given to us by Johnny Ramsden, our companion, proprietor of Royale Wilderness Safaris and our guide for 13 days during our Botswana trip. This was our first camping experience in the wild. Unlike safari lodges, which have fences at ...

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World wide web at 30: What’s next for the web?

World wide web at 30: What's next for the web?

This week, the world wide web turned 30. It may be hard for many of us to imagine a time when you couldn’t just log on to the internet and search the web. It is how many of us stay in touch, make friends, talk, search and information. But 30 years ...

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