Serengeti Under Threat

The government of Tanzania has approved a major commercial truck highway across the Serengeti National Park, linking the Lake area Victoria with eastern Tanzania. Conservation organizations have warned that the highway would be destructive to the Serengeti ecosystem, as it will cut across the path of ancient wildlife migration routes. The Wildebeest Migration is widely regarded as the greatest wildlife spectacle on earth, and the Serengeti National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most popular tourist destinations in East Africa.

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Whales, wines and sustainability

Last weekend, Paul and I travelled to the Walker Bay area to see if the annual Southern Right Whales’ influx had started yet. However cliché it might sound, to me it is still one of the most magical and exciting experiences to witness these gentle giants resting and feeding in the sheltered waters of Walker & False Bay after an epic 2000 km long journey, pregnant mums waiting for their babies to be born in the next few months and adults waiting to find that perfect partner to mate with. The Cape is unbelievably privileged to have this take place on their doorstep every year. Read more

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20th Anniversary of Hostels to Homes Project

Dalukhanyo and several other pre-schools in Langa and Guguletu celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Hostels to Homes Pre-School Projects on Saturday 22nd May 2010 with a well deserved party. Read more

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