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Female cheetah released at Mabula

A female cheetah was released at Mabula Private Game Reserve in the Waterberg during December. This follows the successful release of two male cheetahs into the reserve early in 2012. The two brothers have been studied extensively to determine whether they would adapt to their new home and to what extent they were impacting on…

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Nigeria to Learn from Kenya’s Cultural Tourism Experience

Cultural tourism in Kenya is one of the most wonderful and most wanted by many tourists. Among the top cultural site in Kenya include Lwanda Magere stone, Ramogi Hills, Kit mikaye, Crying stones, Bullfighting in Kakamega among others. Nigeria is set to Benchmark with Kenya on cultural tourism and handicrafts to boost her tourism numbers….

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South Africa: Euthanasia Decision Made Carefully – Sanparks

The decision to euthanize an elephant that flipped over a vehicle at the Kruger National Park was not taken lightly, the South African National Parks (SANParks) said on Thursday. SANParks was responding to a public outcry regarding its decision following the 30 December 2013 incident in which the animal flipped a visiting British couple’s car….

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Tourists Stranded in Taru after the train got a hitch, Kenya

It was unfortunate that many passengers including tourists got stark after the train they were to travel in got a hitch at Mackinnon road in Taru. The Rift valley passengers train did not reach Mombasa after another cargo train derailed near Mackinnon blocking the main Mombasa-Nairobi railway line. It is disappointing that, railway transport in…

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Addis Ababa, a must visit in 2014, Ethiopia

The capital city of Ethiopia was listed among 52 places to be visited in 2014. This is according to the New York Times. The travel section of one of the biggest daily newspapers in the US labeled Addis Ababa as an ambitious art scene that is heading toward the international stage. Building on a strong…

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Genocide memorial walk to take place in 15 Nations

The all-world is giving negative comments to the genocide acts as it leads to the loss of lives of innocent people. That is why in countries where this has happened, most of the affected strongly condemn and vow to fight against it never to happen again. As Rwanda marks the 20th anniversary of the 1994…

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Ngamba Chimpanzee Sanctuary Ranked best in Africa

More confirmation that Uganda is the of Africa came after the rank of Ngamba Chimpanzee Sanctuary Island by Jane Goodall which is the United Nations ambassador of peace. A powerhouse primatologist, ethologist, and anthropologist, Goodall is also the founder of the Jane Goodall Institute. She says she based her ranking on the kind of attention…

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A Tourist Disappeared from Mount Nyangani in Zimbabwe

The western routes, which almost everyone uses, are through pleasant grassland and light mountain scrub. Yet straying from the path can be dangerous. The tourist path up the western side of the mountain follows the Nyamuziwa River, and is a very attractive walk, with the little river and its waterfalls to the north of the…

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