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A Royal Celebration

It was a family reunion... A coming together of all the faces that make up our extended Zambian tribe. A reunion not only to celebrate our new journey, but to reconnect with each other. Because, as much as there is a time for action and ...

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The Mothers of Mushekwa

We were proud to have had our inspiring mothers of Mushekwa featured on Relais & Chateâux Africa's blog and wanted to share it with you here. Take a look at Africa Live's "In The Company of Cheerful Ladies" article for yourself and m...

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The Cry of the Fish Eagle

The African fish eagle, one of the most recognisable birds in sub-Saharan Africa and its haunting cry is one of the most evocative sounds of the African bush. Like many raptors, fish eagles are monogamous and are believed to mate for ...

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The Manketti – Zambia’s most useful tree

The Manketti tree is a large tree, 7 – 20 metres in height, the diameter up to 60 cm. It gets its leaves in mid to end October, flowers and begin to bear fruits end October towards beginning of November. The fruit ripens from February to...

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