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An Undignified Loo Stop 31st October '18

I like to think that I have a cast-iron constitution; I have eaten goat’s head, fruit bat and mopane worms, nothing has ever really bothered my system.  However, there was always going to be the day when I got caught short in the bush, and this time it proved to be rather eventful. I’m not…read more…

Kruger’s Carnivores 16th October '18

I had decided to treat myself to 3 nights of luxury stay in Kruger National Park.  I had been to Camp Shawu before, a wonderful five tented camp in the Shishangeni concession area near Crocodile Bridge.  All the tents overlook this incredible view of a wide expanse of water where hippo gently honk all day…read more…

A Fairy Tale about an Abbey Gate College Quest to Swaziland 27th September '18

A Fairy Tale about Abbey Gate Colleges Quest in Swaziland by “Wicked Stepmother Karen Jackson.” Are you sitting comfortably?  Let’s begin… Once upon a time there were 14 Abbey Gate students who had a dream – to travel across the world to Africa, to a tiny little landlocked country and make a difference to a…read more…

St Helen & St Katherine pupils, Sense Africa finish construction of Tambankhulu elderly home – Team Ndlovu 14th August '18

St Helen & St Katherine pupils, Sense Africa finish construction of Tambankhulu elderly home Story by Observer Reporter TAMBANKHULU – Sense Africa, an international tour operator from the United Kingdom (UK) which works with the Eswatini Tourism Authority (STA) has officially launched the first phase of the Section 19, Tambankhulu Home for the Elderly following…read more…

UK’s St Helen and St Katharine pupils support Mhlumeni dream – Team Tukio 14th August '18

UK’s St Helen and St Katharine pupils support Mhlumeni dreamStory by Observer ReporterIt has taken a group of about 16 pupils from St Helen and St Katharine High School of the United Kingdom (UK) to shine the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel for hundreds of emaSwati children and young people who reside…read more…

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