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          Ongoing waterproofing for Innovation Hub campus      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Speciality chemicals manufacturer a.b.e. Construction Chemicals continues to provide large volumes of polyurea coating for the waterproofing of an expansive roof of one of the Innovation Hub campus’ new buildings in Gaborone, Botswana. The project is expected to be completed by the end of the year, says a.b.e. Voelkel Industrie Produkte (VIP) high performance coatings national sales manager Noel Abendroth. The Botswana Innovation Hub is a science and technology park which aims to create an environment that supports start-ups and existing local companies as well as attract international companies and institutions to develop and grow competitive technology-driven and knowledge-based businesses. a.b.e. – which is part of cementitious product manufacturer Chryso Southern Africa Group – is the licensed South African distributor of the VIP range of protective coatings and joint fillers.
          Botswana (W) - Chinese Taipei (W)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Softball. Women. World Championship
          8/9/2018: SPORTS: Canada routs Botswana at worlds      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
ICHIHARA, Japan — Canada locked up third place in Group B with a 22-0 win over Botswana on Wednesday at the women’s softball world championship. The game ended after three innings because of the run rule. Karissa Hovinga held Botswana (0-7) to one...
          Mark Your Calendars for the SF Green Film Festival      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Earth Island Journal is proud to be a media partner of the annual San Francisco Green Film Festival, scheduled for September 6 to 14. This year's lineup includes a powerful film about threats to Botswana's Okavango Delta; a documentary about the Indigenous movement for climate justice; and an inspiring film about the first solar-powered flight around the world. On September 9, Earth Island Journal Editor Maureen Nandini Mitra will host a conversation following the world premiere of STROOP: Journey into the Rhino Horn War — a hair-raising documentary that takes viewers to the front-lines of the war against poaching — at the Cowell Theater at Fort Mason Center in San Francisco. View the full screening calendar and get your tickets today.


          Animal Planet estreia a série inédita Perdido na África      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Série inédita segue os passos de pesquisador lendário na busca por mamíferos africanos.
Série inédita segue os passos de pesquisador lendário na busca por mamíferos africanos. (Imagem/Divulgação Animal Planet)
Frank Cuesta já foi tenista, mas deixou as quadras e hoje se dedica a outro tipo de ranking: na nova série PERDIDO NA ÁFRICA (Wild Frank in Africa), ele viaja pela savana em busca de cinco animais que são símbolos do continente africano, na intenção de registrá-los em seu habitat natural.

Com estreia na segunda-feira, 13 de agosto, às 22h20, a produção visita o coração da África selvagem enquanto Frank refaz os passos do pesquisador David Livingstone, à procura por encontros impressionantes com mamíferos emblemáticos, conhecidos como os grandes representantes da fauna local: leão, leopardo, elefante, rinoceronte e búfalo

Predadores majestosos ou herbívoros gigantes e temperamentais, estes animais são normalmente filmados com ajuda de lentes especiais de longo alcance, equipamentos que mantêm seus operadores longe dos perigos que a savana selvagem representa.

Frank, no entanto, está obstinado a registrar uma aventura ao estilo do lendário Livingstone, que em suas expedições realizadas ainda no século XIX desbravou o interior do continente africano, mostrando pela primeira vez para a comunidade científica o deserto do Kalahari – um entre os inúmeros feitos que lhe renderam títulos e as experiências que relata no livro Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa (1857).

Livingstone atravessou a África meridional com a ajuda de tribos locais e das escassas ferramentas tecnológicas disponíveis à época – recriando seus passos, Frank espera documentar de perto as belezas da natureza intocada e das culturas ancestrais que encontrará pelo caminho. Registrar a beleza arrebatadora da natureza selvagem africana tem seus preço e Frank será exposto a riscos cada vez maiores ao longo do caminho.

Namíbia, Zâmbia, Botswana e Zimbabwe estão no roteiro da viagem de 30 mil quilômetros. O ponto de partida é a Abadia de Westminster, em Londres, onde está o jazigo com os restos mortais de David Livingstone, de onde Frank parte rumo a Chitambo, Zâmbia, lar para o coração e alma do lendário pesquisador. Durante a jornada, Frank conhecerá as tribos por onde Livingstone passou, suas culturas e rituais que perduram diante dos séculos.

Mais de 50 espécies serão documentadas pelas câmaras de Frank, em uma aventura que faz reverência a Linvingstone, bem como a história, cultura e natureza africanas.

          Botswana: the only real democracy in Africa      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
What they have done has certainly paid off: GDP per capita is about $US7000 per annum and on a PPP basis is about $US 17000 per annum.
          Seed Co’s BSE listing to increase visibility: Nzwere      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Regional seed manufacturer, Seed Co Limited says listing of its regional operations on the Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE) will be concluded in a month’s time, after shareholders approved the proposal yesterday.
          8/9/2018: SPORTS: CANADA tops Botswana At softball worlds      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Canada locked up third place in Group B with a 22-0 win over Botswana on Wednesday at the women’s softball world championship. The game ended after three innings because of the run rule. Karissa Hovinga held Botswana (0-7) to one hit while striking out...
          8/9/2018: SPORTS: Canada tops Botswana at softball worlds      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Canada locked up third place in Group B with a 22-0 win over Botswana on Wednesday at the women’s softball world championship. The game ended after three innings because of the run rule. Karissa Hovinga held Botswana (0-7) to one hit while striking out...
          Comment on Tendai Biti gets $5000 bail – PICTURES by Make Zimbabwe Great      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
And these are the guys, ana Biti, we expect to deliver a Utopia to Zimbabwe? Utterly devoid of vision or strategy. How can a person in their right mind try and seek political asylum from the Zambian authorities. By his own understanding of democracy as forced down his throat during years and years of studying Western text books did Mbiti and his advisors see democracy - as programmed into him by the West - being practised. Hadn't he heard of the so called arbitrary arrests and persecution allegedly perpetrated by the Zambian government on Zambian opposition? If South Africa itself supposed to be a shining beacon of democracy and economic wellness (the West loves to link the two whilst conveniently ignoring China) gives judgments from their own courts the middle finger and allow what the West calls a dictator due for appearance at the ICC to safely leave South African soil how much less are lesser Africans likely to adhere to Western fallacies of what they call the rule of law. Had he any ounce of vision he would have disguised himself, bought himself a ticket pa-roadport headed for South Africa. Paid his R2 000 rand kuD*C buses kuti vamuyambutse Limpopo and they would have waited for him and others paBaobab. Couldn't even learn how the great hero Joshua Nkomo did it on his way to Botswana in the '80s.
          Botswana:Govt to Create Market for Fish Farming Projects      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Botswana Daily News] Samochima -The Samochima inland fish farming syndicate in Okavango has been promised assistance with access to the market for their produce.
          Funny pics show lioness snatch photographer's camera      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Barbara Vorster, 57, was taking pictures in a game reserve in Botswana when the equipment fell to the ground

The post Funny pics show lioness snatch photographer's camera appeared first on The London Economic.


          Botswana:Giants Clash in Charity Cup      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -The mouth-watering cash prizes and bragging rights will be enough motivation for the big guns in the BTC Charity Cup at the National Stadium on August 11.
          Botswana:Former Sankoyo Assistant Coach Cries Foul      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Botswana Daily News] Maun -Sankoyo Bush Bucks former assistant coach, Tiiso Gadimang has expressed disappointment over the delay by the club to pay the P300 000 it owes him for the past four seasons.
          Lioness snatches photographer's camera      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Bush explorer Barbara Jensen Vorster, 57, was taking pictures of the pride from a 4x4 in the Mashatu Game Reserve in Botswana in July when the equipment fell to the ground. Hearing the thud, a protective lioness jumped up and moved towards the vehicle, causing the exploration party to retreat. The incredible footage shows the mum picking up the camera in her mouth by its lens and prowling off - before giving it to some little cubs to play with.
          Botswana:Govt to Create Market for Fish Farming Projects      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Botswana Daily News] Samochima -The Samochima inland fish farming syndicate in Okavango has been promised assistance with access to the market for their produce. Reported by allAfrica.com 54 minutes ago.
          Spectacular Black Arabian Colt      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
 Love is an absolutely gorgeous yearling registered Arabian colt with a very dished head. He has been with a trainer for basic handling work, leads, loads, ties, was wormed, has had a bath, and was just trimmed by the farrier. Fantastic pedigree. Great personality. He is ready to go to his forever home. See photos of him and link to video on our Stormy Acres Arabians facebook page. Son of Beyond Bey x Madrigall Rose (Botswana). Can access more of pedigree at allbreedpedigree.com His price will go up in the spring when he sheds out and I get new pictures. height and weight just wild guesses, much growth going on at this age, won't let me complete ad without putting something in

          MOD adjusts T3 feasibility       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Copper developer MOD Resources has incorporated a lager process plant for its T3 resource, in Botswana, into the project’s feasibility study, following a 44% increase in the project’s resource estimate. The feasibility study will now be based on a plant throughput rate of 3-million tonnes a year, up from the previously planned 2.5-million tonnes a year, with allowanced for staged future expansion.
          Re: Gay Botswana      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hey, add some links to gay friendly ventures in Botswana... I'll make appropriate category and move stuff there later on.

gay411.org × Africa × Botswana
          Lovely Victoria Falls...      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I have had an opportunity to work in Kasana in Botswana with a regional office in Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) and I travelled between the 2 towns regulalrly.

I found Victoria Falls to more outgoing and the guys were more switched-on in-terms of Gay sex. They understood the language of gay and never made a big fuss about being asked out for sex. Kasane on the other hand was a very different and reserved town with everybody pretenting they had no clue what happens when 2 men get into bed.

It did however take a few dollars to get a guy to bed and few did manage to run-off before they gave me their ass. I ended up with a guy who was not gay but always knew who I should talk to and I paid him a small fee if the sex went well and a bit more it the sex was GOOD!!! Very few of these guys were really gay so they really just wanted the money and I really just wanted the sex. A few did show some affection and joy in the act and it's those where I always came back to.
          Looking for Men in Gaborone, Botswana      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Missing some real man2man action here in Botswana. Where are you? I'm in Gaborone aND ALL THE GOOD MEN ARE HIDING BEHIND SKIRTS BECAUSE THEY DON'T WANT TO BE SEEN AS gAY. I'm doing the same but the starvation is so bad, I'm going to do it with a dog or donkey one of these days.

Lepakor
          Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe 3dicks in 1 day      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
"You've always wanted to travel to Africa where nature has remained unchanged for your sake. The Okavango delta, Victoria falls, Katima Mulilo, The Savuti channel, Chobe Park with over 100,000 elephants. Now there's more: I'm dedicated to giving you authentic man2man pleasure to spice your trip. I'm as dark as Africa made me, 1.7m tall, 56kg, hung (10""), uncut and waiting to please you. I do NO BAREBACK, NO DRUGS! E-mail me at thabang69er@yahoo.co.uk or check my profile at http://uk.profiles.yahoo.com/thabang69er I also offer 3-4some with fellow kinky black friends, equally well hung and versatile."
          Gay Experince in Botswana      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Was travelling to the north (from south, Mahalapye) when I had to overnight in Palapye. Booked into a Cresta Hotel there (can't remember the name) This guy came over saying he had been asked to repair a wall socket. He moved the table... and ended up bendingover, revealing his torn trousers and his hairy balls hanging through the torn holes. I knew I'd have to call him back after he fixes the socket to come and fix me... Other than that the country is devoid of m2m experiences. It's all chance, hit&miss. Who wants to miss and end up with his dick up in a policeman's ass. Anyway - There's more ass at prisons in Botswana than at night clubs
          Zimbabwe's New Currency: What you Should know      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
ZIMBABWE’S NEW 'CURRENCY': WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT BOND NOTES

BY CONOR GAFFEY ON 11/28/16 AT 12:40 PM



A Zimbabwean woman shows off a new bond note outside a bank in the country's capital Harare, November 28. The Zimbabwean government has introduced bond notes in a bid to solve the national cash shortage. PHILIMON BULAWAYO/REUTERS

Zimbabwe has a new currency. Well...sort of.

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe released the first tranche of notes for a new pseudo-currency called bond notes on Monday. A $10 million batch of two and five dollar bond notes are now legal tender within the Southern African country, which has been hit by a crippling cash shortage that has seen long queues form outside banks.

For many Zimbabweans, however, the printing of new money brings back harrowing memories of the country’s hyperinflationary era of 2008-09, when inflation reached more than 200 million percent and the Zimbabwean dollar became worthless.

What are bond notes?

Bond notes are a parallel currency that Zimbabwe’s government, led by veteran president Robert Mugabe, has introduced to deal with a cash shortage and boost exports. According to the reserve bank, bond notes have an official exchange rate of 1:1 with the U.S. dollar, which has been the main currency used in Zimbabwe since 2009. The country already has several million U.S. dollars’ worth of bond coins, to which the notes will be added.

What currency does Zimbabwe use?

Following the collapse of the Zimbabwean dollar, which was abandoned in 2009, the country switched to a multi-currency system. At least nine currencies are now legal tender in Zimbabwe: the U.S. dollar, the South African rand, the euro, the British pound, the Australian dollar, the Botswana pula, the Japanese yen, the Indian rupee and the Chinese yuan. Not all are accepted by Zimbabwean traders, however, with the U.S. dollar being the most widely-used currency. Bond notes are now being added to this confusing mix.

Why is the government introducing bond notes?

Zimbabwe is a net importer of goods—the country exported $2.5 billion worth of goods in 2014 and imported $6.25 billion, resulting in a negative trade balance of $3.4 billion. Consequently, U.S. dollars have been leaving the country at a greater rate than they’ve been coming in, resulting in a cash shortage. Zimbabwe cannot address the deficit by requesting a loan from international lenders, such as the World Bank or International Monetary Fund—both institutions have suspended their lending plans to the country due to its failure to implement economic reforms aimed at clearing arrears.

The reserve bank is hoping to boost exports by offering a bonus of $5 in bond notes per $100 of exports. It is also limiting withdrawals to $50 per day and $150 per week in a bid to stop the pseudo-currency losing its purported 1:1 value with the U.S. dollar.



A man holds up a 100 trillion Zimbabwean dollar note, in Zimbabwe's capital Harare, June 12, 2015. Opposition groups are concerned that the government's introduction of bond notes could herald a return to the failed Zimbabwean dollar.PHILIMON BULAWAYO/FILE PHOTO/REUTERS

What happened to the Zimbabwean dollar?

The introduction of bond notes has raised the specter of hyperinflation among many Zimbabweans, for whom the memory of the collapse of the Zimbabwean dollar is still fresh. The currency collapsed in the mid-2000s after decades of economic mismanagement under Mugabe, whose policies including the forced redistribution of land from white farmers to black Zimbabweans with little agricultural training.

Inflation reportedly peaked at around 90 sextillion percent—or nine followed by 22 zeros—and the government redenominated the currency three times, lopping zeros off the end in a vain bid to stabilize the skyrocketing inflation. The price of daily essentials, such as a single egg or a loaf of bread, was north of 1 billion Zimbabwean dollars. Eventually, the government abandoned the currency in 2009, switching to the current multi-currency basket.

How have Zimbabweans reacted?

Some business groups in Zimbabwe have been positive about a new form of liquidity being introduced to the financial system. But opposition parties and civil society groups have loudly denounced the new pseudo-currency and are planning further protests against the new legal tender. Veteran opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai wrote in Newsweek in October that Mugabe’s government was exacerbating Zimbabwe’s economic crisis by printing bond notes, which were being “rejected by the people.”

Source: News Week
          Botswana:'Donate Blood, Save Lives'      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Botswana Daily News] Francistown -Chief Registered Nurse at Northern Blood Transfusion Centre, Mr Joseph Moatshe has urged Batswana to donate blood in large numbers and on regular basis in order to save lives.
          Botswana:Lack of Physiotherapist Costs Team Medal      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -The importance of physiotherapists in sport cannot be overemphasised, and www.focusphysiotherapy.com, says "they can bring dynamics to the warming up, conditioning, muscle activation as well as the recovery of players."
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          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
           Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
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The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
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The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
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The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
          Prince Harry's secret trip to Botswana revealed      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex managed to fly under the radar earlier this week, making a private visit...
          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
          Re: Gay Botswana      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hey, add some links to gay friendly ventures in Botswana... I'll make appropriate category and move stuff there later on.

gay411.org × Africa × Botswana
          Lovely Victoria Falls...      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I have had an opportunity to work in Kasana in Botswana with a regional office in Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) and I travelled between the 2 towns regulalrly.

I found Victoria Falls to more outgoing and the guys were more switched-on in-terms of Gay sex. They understood the language of gay and never made a big fuss about being asked out for sex. Kasane on the other hand was a very different and reserved town with everybody pretenting they had no clue what happens when 2 men get into bed.

It did however take a few dollars to get a guy to bed and few did manage to run-off before they gave me their ass. I ended up with a guy who was not gay but always knew who I should talk to and I paid him a small fee if the sex went well and a bit more it the sex was GOOD!!! Very few of these guys were really gay so they really just wanted the money and I really just wanted the sex. A few did show some affection and joy in the act and it's those where I always came back to.
          Looking for Men in Gaborone, Botswana      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Missing some real man2man action here in Botswana. Where are you? I'm in Gaborone aND ALL THE GOOD MEN ARE HIDING BEHIND SKIRTS BECAUSE THEY DON'T WANT TO BE SEEN AS gAY. I'm doing the same but the starvation is so bad, I'm going to do it with a dog or donkey one of these days.

Lepakor
          Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe 3dicks in 1 day      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
"You've always wanted to travel to Africa where nature has remained unchanged for your sake. The Okavango delta, Victoria falls, Katima Mulilo, The Savuti channel, Chobe Park with over 100,000 elephants. Now there's more: I'm dedicated to giving you authentic man2man pleasure to spice your trip. I'm as dark as Africa made me, 1.7m tall, 56kg, hung (10""), uncut and waiting to please you. I do NO BAREBACK, NO DRUGS! E-mail me at thabang69er@yahoo.co.uk or check my profile at http://uk.profiles.yahoo.com/thabang69er I also offer 3-4some with fellow kinky black friends, equally well hung and versatile."
          Gay Experince in Botswana      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Was travelling to the north (from south, Mahalapye) when I had to overnight in Palapye. Booked into a Cresta Hotel there (can't remember the name) This guy came over saying he had been asked to repair a wall socket. He moved the table... and ended up bendingover, revealing his torn trousers and his hairy balls hanging through the torn holes. I knew I'd have to call him back after he fixes the socket to come and fix me... Other than that the country is devoid of m2m experiences. It's all chance, hit&miss. Who wants to miss and end up with his dick up in a policeman's ass. Anyway - There's more ass at prisons in Botswana than at night clubs
          Botswana: Giants Clash in Charity Cup - AllAfrica.com      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Botswana: Giants Clash in Charity Cup
AllAfrica.com
Gaborone — The mouth-watering cash prizes and bragging rights will be enough motivation for the big guns in the BTC Charity Cup at the National Stadium on August 11. Although the competition is primarily for charity, teams would no doubt be buoyed by ...

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          Lucara recovers 253 special diamonds at Karowe in Q2      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TSX-listed Lucara Diamonds’ Karowe mine, in Botswana, delivered 253 diamonds larger than 10.8 ct during the second quarter, ended June 30, representing 10.5% of the total recovered carats. This is also the highest number of specials recovered, by quarter, since production started at Karowe.
          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
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          Poachers kill 40 elephants in Botswana      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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By Southern Times — Aug10,2018 — 0 Comments Gaongalelwe Dinale Poachers have broken into Botswana’s prime tourism concession, killing more than 40 elephants. Michael Chase, Founder of Elephants without Borders (EWB),…
          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
           Video: Incredible moment lioness snatched £2,000 photographer's camera       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This the incredible moment a lioness and her cubs snatched a £2,000 camera of a photographer who dropped in Mashatu Game Reserve in Botswana.
          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
          Harry visits Botswana in support of rhino charity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
          An African safari in Botswana and Victoria Falls      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

by Pat Levy Aeroplane food, cramped feet, bad movies, wandering the sterile walkways of Johannesburg Airport while waiting for a connecting flight…why put up with all this?  Answer: the hauntingly beautiful and supremely unspoiled Okavango delta in Botswana. Arriving at the country’s Maun airport, ferrying point for adventurers heading deep into the delta, you are...

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The Duke of Sussex is making his second visit to Africa this year.
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          Prince Harry Heads Back to Botswana Without Wife Meghan Markle      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Two years after he first met Meghan Markle and shortly after jetted off with her to Botswana, Prince Harry has returned to their special place solo. As a Kensington Palace spokesperson...


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