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Tea Drinking Affected by Weather

By Leonie Joubert Heavy rains hit Murang’a county in south-west Rwanda in December 2015, causing landslides that took out over 2 000 tea bushes. Flooding also…

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Crashing Crowns

The Crested Crane has inhabited Uganda’s swamps and fields long before the coming of tribes in its territory. To the different tribes of Africa, the call…

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In Winter’s Trail – Part One

This morning, there are more dazzling heaps of feathers, outside my window – sparrow hawk hunts, fast and clean with a maximum scattering of feathers, almost…

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AFRICA ALOFT

“We fly, but we have not ‘conquered’ the air. Nature presides in all her dignity.” Beryl Markham West With the Night Imagine yourself in a copter…

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Wildlife Have Right Of Way

Make the most of your game drive by following a few simple rules. You can’t expect to become an expert on wildlife behavior overnight, but park…

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THE YAAKU CULTURE

“I want the language to continue and also for generations after me to still speak it fluently as myself,” cries 80 year old Leituko. I had…

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