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Botswana’s Water Crisis

I’ve just left Botswana, a place that I visit once a year as part of our Supply Chain Masters programme. I inducted ten new students there, and kicked off their first module, on the subject of supply chain strategy. 1,186 more words


Beloved cheetah Legolas is killed by poachers in Botswana

A beloved cheetah that had been extensively studied by researchers has been killed in Botswana.

Legolas, named after the bow-wielding elf from Lord of the Rings, had been observed by researchers from Cheetah Conservation Botswana since 2014 – and weighed a whopping 68.5kg. 215 more words


Holiday Play For You and Your Little One

I wrote this post for the SensoBaby blog earlier this week so it’s a repost here for some weekend play ideas. Aanavi and I have been busy with a couple of these this week and hope to get up to even more magic and mischief this weekend. 831 more words


Prayer call

If the righteous do not arise and pray on behalf of the nation we shall perish indeed.Tomorrow morning we hit the streets of Gaborone and pray for our nation Botswana.As we make the countdown to our national vision 2016 and also 50 years of independence next year we ask God to forgive the sins of our fathers and ours also and heal our land.Unemployment,HIV/AIDS,lack of rain and lack of cooperation amongst Batswana in terms of businesses and many more issues are what I believe we will pray for.May God hear our cry and my prayer is that those that are ready to pray for the nation may God look into their lives and bless them for the love of their nation. 48 more words

Why science in Africa?

Since I started working in the USA many people have asked me about the state of science in Africa. Generally we don’t tend to think about the African continent as a producer of science. 610 more words

Complimentary photographic safaris in Botswana with andbeyond

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From January 2016, travellers staying at andBeyond Chobe Under Canvas in Botswana will be offered a complimentary photographic safari on the Chobe River under the supervision of an expert wildlife photographer. 196 more words

Hotels & Resorts

Hanging with the cousins & heading into the wild

(01/09/15 – 06/09/15)

We finished packing in Vic Falls before Maddy and Izzy came to meet us for breakfast at Shoestring before our pick up for our transfer to Kasane. 2,155 more words