Against Interference In Kruger And Our other Nature AssetsSeptember, 28, 2012
I am the convenor of the AIKONA GROUP (acronym for Against Interference In Kruger And Our other Nature Assets), we a group of nature lovers we are not SANParks bashers to the contrary we are great supporters of our National Parks but who are opposing the commercialization and exploitation of our National Parks.
Unfortunately certain people were excluded from our Parks before and that was...READ MORE
Selati male lionSeptember, 28, 2012
The Selati male made an attempt but the Buffalo where way too quick out of the...READ MORE
Mhawuri : August 2012 Wildlife JournalSeptember, 10, 2012
It appeared as if summer had arrived early, the cold weather has left us. As is often the case, August was a windy month with steady breezes cooling things down. The local tribe, Shangaans named the month of August “Mhawuri” – the month of strong winds. They also believe that if the wind doesn’t blow in August we will experience drought and if it blows strong and continuous it foretells...READ MORE
Ordinary people doing something extraordinary for South Africa’s rhinosSeptember, 07, 2012
StopRhinoPoaching.com is putting together a skydive team in support of this incredible initiative. Please click on the supporting information opposite for all the details and motivation you’ll need to sign up and join us! If you are keen to come jump, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to hearing from you!!
YOU DONT NEED TO JUMP OUT OF AN AEROPLANE TO GET...READ MORE
Avi Vince spends a fascinating 24 hours at Inyati Private LodgeSeptember, 04, 2012
After the 45-minute flight from Johannesburg, I am completely surrounded by the African bush.
The only manmade items are the runway and a little airport terminal which is a thatch roof hut. “Hi, I am
Richard, from Inyati, come with me.” Inyati Private Lodge is located in the Sabi Sand Reserve, one of the world’s largest private conservation areas on the North East tip of South Africa...READ MORE
Mawuwani : July 2012 Wildlife JournalAugust, 03, 2012
In July, we experienced typical lowveld (Mpumalanga) winter conditions. The mornings and evenings were chilly, averaging around 5° Celsius and then warming up to 30° Celsius by midday. The 'bush babies' or hot water bottles have remained popular with guests clutching onto them during the cold mornings. One of the highlights for the winter months is the amazing night skies experienced on most...READ MORE
Khotavuxika: June 2012 – Wildlife JournalJuly, 14, 2012
At the onset of June it seemed bit cooler than May but this did not last long and the temperatures rose quickly. Early morning temperatures have been a chilly 10-13°C but warming up during the day to a pleasant 25-27°C. We have also been having strong blistery winds around midday. The sightings have been great with guests retruning from drives with interesting tales.
The sunsets have been...READ MORE
Leave time just to do nothing – to enjoy the peace, sense of space, the colours – the very essence of Africa.June, 30, 2012
Mudyaxihi: May 2012 – Wildlife JournalJune, 13, 2012
The month of May was a successful one with great sightings and estatic guests, mornings and evenings were little chilly but the days were pleasant. Morning breaks with tea, coffee and hot chocolate are becoming more popular as we get into the winter season. Our dams and many of river systems are fill up we should have enough water to last us through dry winter this year. Surprisingly, Sand...READ MORE