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Possible 3000-year-old skeleton found in Melkbos

Archaeologists in Cape Town are on high alert following the discovery of human remains on a building site in the coastal suburb of Melkbosstrand.

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A sports academy for Zambia’s orphans

The Nomad Sports Academy is the only sports academy for orphans and underprivileged children in Zambia, offering these children not only a place to sleep and eat, but a chance to do something amazing with their lives.

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Because we’re not animals

Anton visits the Mfuwe Secondary School and visits the children and the community who have spend their time there.

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5 santas in Africa

Here in Africa we do Christmas a little differently and our Santa tends to come in all shapes, sizes and forms. Here are 5 very merry Santas we found around Africa!

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Meeting the Malawians!

Patrick and Chloe cross into Malawi and have friendly interactions with strangers on a daily basis, confirming that Malawi is not called the ‘warm heart of Africa’ for nothing.

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Meet the guides at Robin Pope Safaris

What’s the wildest career path out there? A safari guide tops our list… naturally. Being a safari guide could just be the best job in the world. We chat to the guides at Robin Pope Safaris about their jobs.

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Meet the rangers of Rhulani

We meet the special team of rangers at Rhulani Safari Lodge who share with us their burning passion for their work.

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What’s a camel worth?

Interview with the Maasai and Samburu tribes to determine their views on owning cows vs. camels accordingly to practicality and tradition.

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The Maasai community in Selenkay Conservancy

Join us on a tour to the the Maasai community in the Selenkay Conservancy in Kenya.

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The sand men of Mali

Bamako, the capital of Mali, is the one of the world’s fastest growing cities. With concrete forming the basis of most buildings in Bamako, the city has an insatiable hunger for cement and sand. Enter the sand men…

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