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August 3, 2017

This is why Tanzania has been voted the best safari destination in Africa

Africa is not shy when it comes to excellent safari destinations to pick from. Then again what makes travel experts and seasoned tourists alike choose Tanzania over the eco-estates of Botswana, Zimbabwe and its majestic Victoria Falls, the luxury boutique hotels of South Africa or the world renowned bird life of Zambia? It is simply the thunder like sound of millions of wildebeest migrating across the Serengeti. It is the total abundance of wildlife and astounding natural beauty Tanzania has to offer. It is the various add-ons that Tanzania offers its safari tourists, such as spending extra days after their safari trips on the idyllic and historical island of Zanzibar, soaking up the [...]

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May 24, 2015

Lifestyle in Oxford University

Today am having a conflict of ideas. Am torn between two forces and I don’t know the one to write about first. Should I talk about a certain course that many people are unaware of its existence in the as I like to call it world class university or should I take this opportunity to take you way back to behind the walls of Oxford University. And by so doing, I will take you way beyond the four walls of a classroom to another side of Oxford that you totally know nothing about. Or should I expound a certain career field that most of you never thought was offered in Oxford. Ok, I think I will settle for lifestyle in Oxford University.

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May 24, 2015

10 most dangerous roads in the world

Roads were first introduced to aid n the movement of people and goods from one location to another. However, different modes of construction were available and the roads were located in exclusively different regions. Since the sole purpose of the roads was to enable access to many interior areas that were previously inaccessible, they ended up being located on many unexpected locations. Consequently, the issue of risky as well as dangerous roads emerged that needed the driver to pay close attention to them when using them. The roads that are found on risky areas are the primary causes of many accidents worldwide. There are known spots on these roads that [...]

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February 18, 2015

The rise of the Zulu State

The Zulu ethnic group was created by Tshaka at the beginning of the 19th century. What existed before him was an insignificant Zulu clan which was part of the Nguni tribal complex in Northern Natal. But as a result of the resourcefulness of Tshaka, the little Zulu clan swallowed up all major Nguni people in the area and became the strongest. Those that it did not swallow up ran away beyond the reach of the Zulu army. The political and military father of Tshaka was Dingiswayo, the chief of the Mthethwa ethnic group in Northern Natal. The Tsonga near Delagoa Bay established trading links with the Portuguese operating through the port of Maputo. These Portuguese traders wre interested [...]

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