Monthly Archives: November 2012

Sigodo School’s appreciation

‘’Dear African Insight, On behalf of Sigodo Primary School- the Governing Body, Educators and Learners, we would like to take this opportunity to thank Eastbourne College for their generous contribution to the School. The project went very well and we … Continue reading

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Ekuthuleni Authentic Cultural Home Stay & Volunteer Project

Realising the need for real cultural experiences Andrew Anderson (of African Insight) and Patrick Pakhati (a registered Zulu Cultural Site Guide) joined forces to establish an authentic Zulu cultural experience, which exposes visitors to authentic contemporary rural Zulu life. Planning … Continue reading

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Clouddog testimonial

clouddog™ believe that the right to care about the planet is a universal one, regardless of socio-economic background. Our aim is to help students from inner city backgrounds to develop self-esteem, focus and direction through targeted exposure to multicultural, environmental, … Continue reading

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South Africa’s Climate

South Africa is positioned between the 22nd and 34th degrees of latitude which lie within the Sub Tropics of the Southern Hemisphere. Because of relatively high altitude, it has a far greater variety of climatological changes than its Sub-Saharan neighbours. … Continue reading

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Mabanda Community Stay

In 2005 African Insight was personally invited by the local chief Nkosi Baleni and the Mabandla Community Trust to develop an authentic cultural experience within the Mabandla Community. This community falls within the Ngwagwane  Conservancy which forms part of the … Continue reading

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Wildlife – Threatened Species

Most people are aware of the threat to rhinos, but a couple of months ago, I attended a meeting where the guest speaker mentioned the plight of the Oribi. Oribi are small antelope with slender legs and long necks that … Continue reading

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Eastbourne on tour with African Insight (Oct 2012)

Eastbourne College from the UK came out to South Africa for their Zulu Culture experience, community project and Safari, for the fourth time in as many years. Their project at the Sigodo Primary school in the rural area near Eshowe … Continue reading

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