Ebola in Africa – should you panic? | Wild Wings Safaris BlogAugust, 12, 2014
Ebola in Africa - should you panic? | Wild Wings Safaris...READ MORE
Jan Braai vir Erfenis: 6 Desember 2013 foto’sJuly, 30, 2014
Jan en die span kuier in Sabi Sands, opsoek na die groot vyf. Hy wys jou ook hoe om 'n springbok fillet met 'n biltongsous op die kole voor te berei.
Arrival via private charter @ Ulusaba airstrip
Jan Braai vir Erfenis
Springbok fillet on grill
Springbok fillet with vegetable kebab
Keith Jenkinson - Inyati General Manager
Exciting game drive with Keith...READ MORE
Mating for Life Part 1: Monogamy in BirdsJuly, 30, 2014
Mating for Life Part 2: Monogamy in MammalsJuly, 30, 2014
Mating for Life Part 3: Monogamy in InsectsJuly, 30, 2014
Mating for Life Part 4: Why are Animals Monogamous?July, 30, 2014
Culinary safari @ InyatiJune, 20, 2014
The American chef and food writer James Beard described food as “our common ground, a universal experience”. Those who have been on an African bush holiday know that food around a campfire, combined with the back-to-nature experience, has the power of a common...READ MORE
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Rest, reward and relaxation by Justice MalalaJune, 13, 2014
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Rest, reward and relaxation
12 Jun 2014 | Justice Malala
After the stresses and strains of the election, a rest cure is just what the doctor ordered, whether in hospital or in a game reserve, writes Justice Malala
NO SOONER do you think the elections are over and the madness will finally subside, than along comes SACP chairman Senzeni Zokwana. Yes, this worker champion, who has...
Ranger Diaries – Khaki FeverJune, 03, 2014
Khimbini Hlongwane from Inyati Game Reserve in the Sabi Sand was captivated by animals from an early age.
“Growing up in a village in the eastern Transvaal (now Mpumalanga) got me exposed to wildlife from a young age and I was fascinated by the behaviours of various animals,” he says. “I loved being out there with brothers herding cattle and goats while interacting with wildlife. It was...READ MORE
25 Things You Might Not Know About RhinosMay, 22, 2014
25 Things You Might Not Know About Rhinos
1. The word rhinoceros is a combination of two Greek words – rhino (nose) and ceros (horn).
There are five living species of rhinoceros – white, black, greater one-horned, Javan and Sumatran. In addition, a number of other animals have rhinoceros as part of their names, including the rhinoceros auklet, rhinoceros beetle, rhinoceros chameleon,...