Saturday, 23 June 2012

The Suitor, the Kenge and the Chief…an African Folktale


Once upon a time, there was a chief who had a fine-looking daughter and he watched over her very carefully. One day, a young man arrived at the village and asked the chief for her hand...

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Nile Monitor Lizard


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Saturday, 16 June 2012

See Spot Hide… Stealth in Action


Today, I want to tell you about the shy and reclusive small leopards of the Cape Mountain Fold Belt...

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Spotted Through the Undergrowth

 

Friday, 8 June 2012

Inyama Yegusha and Umnqusho (Mutton Casserole with Samp and Beans)


Today’s traditional African recipe comes from the Xhosa people of the Eastern Cape Province; by tradition, an area from the foothills of the Drakensberg to the shores of the Wild Coast. Today, many Xhosa live in homesteads, grouped in villages, along the east coast of South Africa.

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Traditional Cooking





Sunday, 3 June 2012

Animals Missing in Africa 4… The Cape Porcupine

Has anyone else noticed? I should have called this series “Seen from a Moving Vehicle”. This is the third shy, nocturnal animal in the “Animals Missing in Africa” stories that I first saw while traveling home, late one night. We were heading back to the bush after a weekend in the big smoke. A porcupine, spectacular and showy in its prickly, rattle-y splendor, casting caution to the wind, took off across the dark, empty highway, straight into the path of the Toyota 4 x 4! 


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Check that Quiff


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