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Mozambique Part 1 of 3

Hanging out at Fatima’s Place, a great hostel in Maputo!

My travels through Mozambique lasted around two weeks. This has been one of my favorite trips due to the sheer adventure of traveling through this country. 408 more words


Bigotry, Ignorance & Disinformation

You know when you meet someone who tell you something that is not true, or when you read a view that is historically untrue, but of which a horde of people somehow seems to subscribe to? 425 more words

Let's Talk About Mr.Rhodes

By now, I’m sure most of you have heard about the protests at University of Cape Town, and followed #RhodesSoWhite and #RhodesMustFall.  Yes, the age-old problem of colonial legacy and heritage has reared its controversial head again.   814 more words


Etosha National Park: millions of animals, surreal sunsets, and a huge empty lake

The next proper stop on the trip through Namibia was the incredible Etosha National Park. We entered through the Anderson Gate and begun our two days here with a (very long) game drive throughout the park. 439 more words


Call for Proposals Energy & Environment in Southern and Eastern Africa

EEP-S&EA (Energy and Environment Partnership Programme with Southern and East Africa) is a fund that finances renewable energy and energy efficiency projects, as well as clean technology investments in the following African countries: Botswana, Burundi, Kenya, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia, aiming at 117 more words


Spicy Chicken Billionaire Springs From South Africa With Nando’s

It’s lunchtime in Cape Town, and a stream of customers are lining up at the Nando’s restaurant on Long Street. A cashier, Zimktha Loza, tries to take phone orders over the din of Portuguese-inspired music.

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