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Manchester Students Join Mlambe Project to build Schools in Malawi, Africa

10/05/2015 – 19:45
Mlambe School building

By Dom Grocott
A group of students from the University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University have joined forces with The Mlambe Project to assist the charity with its vision to provide low-cost high-quality schools for …

On Safari in Malawi, the Warm Heart of Africa

14/12/2012 – 13:53

By Rupert Parker
Malawi is one of the smallest countries in sub-equatorial Africa, and its good roads and excellent public transport make it the ideal “Africa for Beginners” destination. As I exit the plane at Lilongwe …

Johannesburg, South Africa. On its journey of reinvention

13/11/2012 – 18:02

By Peter Rosenfeld
Johannesburg, or ‘Jozi’ to the locals, with its 3 million inhabitants (10 million if you include the broader metropolitan area) still has a mountain to climb in distancing itself from a long-established reputation …

Go wild in the bush. On safari in Laikipia, Kenya, Africa

18/09/2012 – 16:10
Annabelle and Steve

By Kiki Case
As we weave our way through coarse grass and scrub, Joseph, a Samburu Masai sits atop the Toyota Land Cruiser, using his bird’s eye perspective to give Steve, our guide, directions towards the …

Mauritius – the perfect Wedding or Honeymoon at Heritage Le Telfair Golf & Spa Resort.

19/08/2012 – 09:58

By Rupert Parker
Relatively undeveloped, the south of Mauritius is home to some of the country’s most wonderful scenery and wildest landscapes.  It’s fitting, therefore, that the Domaine de Bel Ombre, an old sugar plantation, contains …

Casablanca and Rabat, Morocco – More Than Just an Old Movie

06/07/2012 – 08:02

By Rupert Parker
Casablanca is the kingdom’s largest city and Rabat is the capital – both make ideal weekend breaks to discover the modern Morocco
The 40’s movie of the same name immortalised Casablanca but, of course, …

Sustainable and Responsible Tourism in South Africa – Safari Plus in KwaZulu-Natal

22/05/2012 – 17:39

By Rupert Parker
South Africa has long been the Brit’s favourite place for safari, but now it’s not only offering top of the market products, but also focusing on responsible and sustainable tourism. It’s the first …

Robertson’s 2012 food and wine events in South Africa

06/10/2011 – 12:14

By Beate Pechmann
Cape Winelands, South Africa: Visitors to Cape Town looking to experience local culture should take a two-hour drive to the Robertson Wine Valley in the Cape Winelands, South Africa’s hottest new gastronomic destination. …