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The Importance of the Family

The Importance of the Family

After watching an interview with J K Rowling on CNN, Zimbabwe’s Eddie Cross notes how fascinating her reasons are for spending her very considerable fortune on trying to rid the globe of institutions for children and the importance of giving children a stable home environment.

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Mud “bath time” for two baby elephants

Mud “bath time” for two baby elephants

Mud “bath time” for two baby elephants in Hluhluwe Game Reserve, South Africa

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Waiting for the river to subside

Waiting for the river to subside

Remember the days when the car slowly, cautiously approached the flooded bridge and then came to a stop? The days when the adults would get out and long discussions followed: was it going to be safe to drive across or not?

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Parable of the 17 Camels – the Will and the wise solution

Parable of the 17 Camels – the Will and the wise solution

A father left 17 camels as an asset for his three sons. When the father passed away, his sons opened up the Will. The Will of the father stated that the eldest son should get half of 17 camels while the middle son should be given 1/3rd (one-third). The youngest son should be given 1/9th (one-ninth) of the 17 camels.

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Taking a stand:  open letter to young Zimbabweans

Taking a stand: open letter to young Zimbabweans

Young people should be accountable, action-driven and pursue the greater good despite the cost. We must be the kind of people we feel are missing in our socio-economic landscape

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Sir Seretse & Ruth Khama – book & film

Sir Seretse & Ruth Khama – book & film

Dear Family and Friends, We’re delighted to announce a number of exciting developments concerning one of the world’s greatest love stories – Seretse and Ruth Khama. Sir Seretse Khama was an Oxford-educated African king who became independent Botswana’s first president in 1965. Ruth Williams was a white Englishwoman working as a clerk at Lloyd’s of London and their marriage in 1948 created a scandal.

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Africa Geographic Photo Contest 2016

Africa Geographic Photo Contest 2016

View a series of stunning photographs that capture the magic and mystique of Africa

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A father's letter to his son's teacher

A father's letter to his son's teacher

(My son) will have to learn that all men are not true, but teach him, however, that for every scoundrel there is a hero; that for every selfish politician, there is a dedicated leader

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The Elephants that came to dinner

The Elephants that came to dinner

Why go on a safari when you can watch wildlife right from the comfort of your hotel?

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Spectacular lightning

Spectacular lightning

Watch an amazing time-lapse of twenty spectacular cloud-to-ground lightning strikes that took place during two afternoon thunderstorms in Mutare, Zimbabwe

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