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Mbita Opening Ceremony 29th July '18

Mbita opening ceremony

The day had finally arrived. All of our hard work had been leading up to this very moment. We were led single file up to the very front row, eager eyes staring at us expectantly. Music was blaring out from the speakers and the excited voices echoed around us as we took our seats under…read more…

Highlights of our Holiday with Walking Women, by Colleen Doggett 26th July '18

Walking Women holiday to Swaziland

‘Why do you love Africa?’ asked my friend. ‘It’s so beautiful.’ I said, reflecting on an infinite blue sky, rich red earth and a medley of green; a stream or water hole adding blue or pearly grey to large areas of plain and forest. I love the music, the women singing in harmony and the…read more…

UK’s Abbey Gate College donates E51000 kitchen to Mbita primary 26th July '18

Mbita opening ceremony

About 14 pupils from the United Kingdom’s Abbey Gate College have assisted in the construction of a new kitchen at Mbita Primary School, in the remote area of Mlindzini, Nhlangano. The pupils arrived in the country three weeks ago, courtesy of Sense Africa and the Eswatini Tourism Authority (STA). In an interview at the sidelines…read more…

Conservation project blog update by Molly 23rd July '18

Team Abbey Gate College arrived at Mbuluzi on Wednesday morning and drove through the game park to the campsite which is situated in the north section of Mbuluzi! Mbuluzi is a big game park with a north and south section and the animals are free to roam anywhere they want (meaning even the camp!!!). We…read more…

Conservation in Mbuluzi – Team Tukio 21st July '18

Mbuluzi

We pitched our tents again, and spent the afternoon exploring the reserve, and discovered the rapids and sat by the riverbank reading our books and catching up on our diary-writing. The cooking facilities at Mbuluzi made Hlane seem a lot more appealing, as all we had was a small portable gas stove and a fire…read more…

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