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August is Women’s Month in South Africa. It is a time when we honour and celebrate the countless women who sacrificed their lives for the freedom and equality of others. Today we take a look at some of the iconic female freedom fighters and political activists that were instrumental in fighting for South Africa’s liberation.
On the 9th of August, South Africans celebrate National Women’s Day to commemorate the Women’s March of 1956. Read about the history of National Women’s Day and find out how you can celebrate this year.
From incredible landscapes to spectacular wildlife encounters, read our Destination Guide on one of Africa’s top safari destinations, the beautiful country of Zambia.
Are you an avid bird watcher? Plan a trip to South Africa and visit the Kruger National Park for a birding safari of a lifetime! Read our guide and learn more about bird watching in the Kruger National Park.
Mandela Day is an international day of honour, servitude and remembrance, celebrated each year on the 18th of June, on Nelson Mandela’s birthday. This year, 2018, marks the Centenary Celebration. Find out how you can get involved in the 2018 Centenary Celebration of Mandela Day.
The Lion King returns! Get ready to watch the 2019 remake of the classic film. Learn more about the main characters and where you can see The Lion King animals on safari in Africa!
A matriarchal social structure, an unmistakable laugh and more, find out more about Africa’s most misunderstood Apex predator, the hyena.
View these stunning pictures of Cape Town and see why this city is at the top of so many people’s bucket lists. Contact us to book a trip to Cape Town!
Discover why meerkats are one of the most fascinating small mammal species in the whole of Africa.
Learn more about Africa’s favourite wild pig, read our collection of interesting warthog facts. Contact us to book your African safari!
Discover the story of the infamous Mopogo Coalition, a notorious band of six lion brothers that went on a vicious quest to dominate and rule the Sabi Sands region of South Africa.
On June 16 each year, South Africans celebrate Youth Day. Youth Day commemorates the Soweto Uprising, which took place on 16 June 1976, where thousands of students were ambushed by the apartheid regime. Learn more about Youth Day and its history.
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